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    Tuning of gc current block 3-way wait in RAC Oracle Database

    Hi Friends,

    What is the gc current block 3-way wait or gc current block 2-way wait event? The following article is explaining the more detail of gc current block 3-way wait secret with performance tuning of wait event in RAC Oracle Database.

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    So many times oracle rac database wait event gc current block 3-way wait logs in statspack reports and awr reports. What is the gc current block 3-way wait? This is the main query in every oracle rac dba expert’s mind. We found this wait event so many times in our remote database services. Here you can find out description & Tuning of gc current block 3-way wait event analysis in Rac Oracle database.

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    1. Very efficiently written article. It will be supportive to anybody who usess it, as well as yours truly . Keep doing what you are doing – for sure i will check out more posts.

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