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The persistent memory filestore is a new 20c feature intended the greatly expand the ability of the Oracle Database to operate as an in-memory database with its associated performance without losing the security
associated with persisting transactions on non-volatile storage.
The Persistent Memory Database accomplishes this by ....
SYSDBA is required to create, alter or drop a Persistent Memory Database
Default: <none defined>
Specifies the Persistent Memory Filestore that mounted automatically at instance startup
Syntax: pmem_filestore=('mount_point', 'backing_file' [,'mount_point', 'backing_file', ....]}
ALTER SYSTEM SET pmem_filestore=('/u03/oracle/pmemfs/perfile1','/u04oracle/pmembf/bakfile1')
SCOPE = spfile;
Create (new 20c)
Create a Persistent Memory Database
CREATE PMEM FILESTORE <filestore_name>
BACKINGFILE '<path_and_backing_file_name>' [REUSE]
SIZE <integer> <M | G | T>
BLOCK SIZE <2 | 4 | 8 | 16 | 32>K
AUTOEXTEND ON NEXT <integer> <K | M | G | T>
MAXSIZE <integer> <K | M | G | T>;
SQL> conn / as sysdba
SQL> show con_id
SQL> show con_name
CREATE PMEM FILESTORE uw_pmfs
BLOCK SIZE 8K
AUTOEXTEND ON NEXT 25G