ORA-10284: simulate zero/infinite asynch I/O buffering

Cause : Used ni KCF,l evel= 1out o fspace( red),l evel= 2infintie (green)

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update : 29-04-2017

ORA-10284 - simulate zero/infinite asynch I/O buffering
ORA-10284 - simulate zero/infinite asynch I/O buffering

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