Optically reconfigurable gate arrays (ORGAs) have been developed to realize a large virtual gate count by adding a holographic memory onto a programmable gate array VLSI. Up to now, dynamic optically reconfigurable architecture has been proposed to increase the gate count of the ORGA-VLSI part, which uses photodiodes as dynamic memory to store a configuration context and perfectly removes static configuration memories. Consequently, extremely high gate count ORGAs have been realized. However, in this architecture, since background diffraction light of configuration contexts reduces the retention time of circuit information stored in junction capacitances of photodiodes, it has remained a concern that under multiconfiguration, an optical configuration can reduce the retention time of other circuits that have already been programmed before the configuration and are functioning on a gate array. This paper clarifies that the dynamic optically reconfigurable architecture is effective even under multi-configuration.