Which background process does Automatic Shared Memory Management use to coordinate the sizing of memory compon

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Which background process does Automatic Shared Memory Management use to coordinate the sizing of memory components?

A.
PMON

B.
SMON

C.
MMNL

D.
MMAN

E.
MMON

Explanation:
The Automatic Shared Memory Management feature uses a new background process named Memory Manager (MMAN). MMAN serves as the SGA Memory Broker and coordinates the sizing of the memory components. The SGA Memory Broker keeps track of the sizes of the components and pending resize operations REF.: Metalink Note:268197.1: New Background Processes In 10g

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