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Administration Assistant - redo-log size

dojabergen

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Hi,
we are working with implementing the Administration Assistant performance utility in our SAP R3 Oracle environment.
However, we miss information about the meaning of some columns.
For example; what does the column with the title REDO-LOG-SIZE in the main meny 'Operations Monitor represents?
Some databases have XX MB and other XX GB og size
What do these numbers really stand for? Can we influence them?

Thank your for your feedback!
 

dojabergen

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Hi, thank you for your fast feedback!
Reading the link you attached, I conclude that the column is a point-on-time size of the redolog size of the oraSID since the last full backup.
Again, thank you!
 

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