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ALL_PART_TABLES

ALL_PART_TABLES displays the object-level partitioning information for the partitioned tables accessible to the current user.

Related Views

Column Datatype NULL Description
OWNER VARCHAR2(30)   Owner of the partitioned table
TABLE_NAME VARCHAR2(30)   Name of the partitioned table
PARTITIONING_TYPE VARCHAR2(9)   Type of the partitioning method:
  • UNKNOWN - Not specified

    See Also: the *_TABLES view

  • RANGE

  • HASH

  • SYSTEM

  • LIST

  • REFERENCE

SUBPARTITIONING_TYPE VARCHAR2(9)   Type of the composite partitioning method:
  • NONE - Not subpartitioned

    See Also: the *_TABLES view

  • RANGE

  • HASH

  • SYSTEM

  • LIST

  • REFERENCE

PARTITION_COUNT NUMBER   Number of partitions in the table. For interval partitioned tables, the value of this column is always 1048575.
DEF_SUBPARTITION_COUNT NUMBER   For a composite-partitioned table, the default number of subpartitions, if specified
PARTITIONING_KEY_COUNT NUMBER   Number of columns in the partitioning key
SUBPARTITIONING_KEY_COUNT NUMBER   For a composite-partitioned table, the number of columns in the subpartitioning key
STATUS VARCHAR2(8)   If a previous DROP TABLE operation failed, indicates whether the table is unusable (UNUSABLE) or valid (VALID)
DEF_TABLESPACE_NAME VARCHAR2(30)   Default tablespace to be used when adding a partition
DEF_PCT_FREE NUMBER   Default value of PCTFREE to be used when adding a partition
DEF_PCT_USED NUMBER   Default value of PCTUSED to be used when adding a partition
DEF_INI_TRANS NUMBER   Default value of INITRANS to be used when adding a partition
DEF_MAX_TRANS NUMBER   Default value of MAXTRANS to be used when adding a partition
DEF_INITIAL_EXTENT VARCHAR2(40)   Default value of INITIAL (in Oracle blocks) to be used when adding a partition, or DEFAULT if no INITIAL value was specified
DEF_NEXT_EXTENT VARCHAR2(40)   Default value of NEXT (in Oracle blocks) to be used when adding a partition, or DEFAULT if no NEXT value was specified
DEF_MIN_EXTENTS VARCHAR2(40)   Default value of MINEXTENTS to be used when adding a partition, or DEFAULT if no MINEXTENTS value was specified
DEF_MAX_EXTENTS VARCHAR2(40)   Default value of MAXEXTENTS to be used when adding a partition, or DEFAULT if no MAXEXTENTS value was specified
DEF_MAX_SIZE VARCHAR2(40)   Default value of MAXSIZE to be used when adding a partition, or DEFAULT if no MAXSIZE value was specified
DEF_PCT_INCREASE VARCHAR2(40)   Default value of PCTINCREASE to be used when adding a partition, or DEFAULT if no PCTINCREASE value was specified
DEF_FREELISTS NUMBER   Default value of FREELISTS to be used when adding a partition
DEF_FREELIST_GROUPS NUMBER   Default value of FREELIST GROUPS to be used when adding a partition
DEF_LOGGING VARCHAR2(7)   Default LOGGING attribute to be used when adding a partition:
  • NONE - Not specified

    See Also: the *_TABLES view

  • YES

  • NO

DEF_COMPRESSION VARCHAR2(8)   Default compression to be used when adding a partition:
  • NONE - Not specified

    See Also: the *_TABLES view

  • ENABLED

  • DISABLED

DEF_COMPRESS_FOR VARCHAR2(12)   Default compression for what kind of operations to be used when adding a partition:
DEF_BUFFER_POOL VARCHAR2(7)   Default buffer pool to be used when adding a partition:
  • DEFAULT

  • KEEP

  • RECYCLE

  • NULL

DEF_FLASH_CACHE VARCHAR2(7)   Default Database Smart Flash Cache hint to be used when adding a partition:
  • DEFAULT

  • KEEP

  • NONE

Solaris and Oracle Linux functionality only.

DEF_CELL_FLASH_CACHE VARCHAR2(7)   Default cell flash cache hint to be used when adding a partition:
  • DEFAULT

  • KEEP

  • NONE

See Also: Oracle Exadata Storage Server Software documentation for more information

REF_PTN_CONSTRAINT_NAME VARCHAR2(30)   Name of the partitioning referential constraint for reference-partitioned tables
INTERVAL VARCHAR2(1000)   String of the interval value
IS_NESTED VARCHAR2(3)   Indicates whether the partitioned table is a nested table (YES) or not (NO)

See Also: the *_NESTED_TABLES view for the parent table name/column

DEF_SEGMENT_CREATIONFoot 2  VARCHAR2(4)   Indicates whether a table partition segment has been created (YES) or not (NO). N/A indicates that this table is subpartitioned and no segment exists at the partition level

Footnote 1 Hybrid Columnar Compression is a feature of the Enterprise Edition of Oracle Database that is dependent on the underlying storage system. See Oracle Database Concepts for more information.

Footnote 2 This column is available starting with Oracle Database 11g Release 2 (11.2.0.2).