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Spotlight on Oracle 10.5 - Release Notes

Cache Writes Alarm

This alarm is activated when the level of Cache Writes exceeds a threshold.

High cache writes usually mean one of the following:

  • There is a lot of updating occurring in memory pages.
  • An application is requesting to write information directly to disk.

When this alarm is current you should look at the Processes tab on the Processes drilldown to see which applications are busy. Look at page faults delta and CPU time. These columns will show which applications are causing the high level of cache writes.


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