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Creating a Tablespace Group → You create a tablespace group implicitly when you include the TABLESPACE GROUP clause in the CREATE … TEMPORARY TABLESPACE or ALTER TABLESPACE statement and the specified tablespace group does not … those groups, each of which has only the specified tablespace as a member: CREATE TEMPORARY
Dropping an Undo Tablespace → Use the DROP TABLESPACE statement to drop an undo tablespace. The following example drops the undo … tablespace undotbs_01: DROP TABLESPACE undotbs_01; An undo tablespace can only be dropped if it is … not currently used by any instance. If the undo tablespace contains any outstanding
CREATE UNDO TABLESPACE: Example → The following example creates an undo tablespace named undotbs_1 with a datafile in the directory … /u01/oradata. The datafile for the undo tablespace is 100 MB and is autoextensible with an unlimited … UNDO TABLESPACE undotbs_1; See Also: Oracle Database SQL Language Reference for a description of the CREATE UNDO TABLESPACE
ALTER TABLESPACE: Example → This example adds an Oracle-managed autoextensible datafile to the tbs_1 tablespace. The datafile … statement is entered at the SQL prompt: SQL> ALTER TABLESPACE tbs_1 ADD DATAFILE AUTOEXTEND ON MAXSIZE 800M … ; See Also: Oracle Database SQL Language Reference for a description of the ALTER TABLESPACE statement
Altering an Undo Tablespace → Undo tablespaces are altered using the ALTER TABLESPACE statement. However, since most aspects of … attributes you are permitted to alter. If an undo tablespace runs out of space, or you want to prevent … adds another datafile to undo tablespace undotbs_01: ALTER TABLESPACE undotbs_01 ADD DATAFILE '/u01 … Database
Creating an Undo Tablespace → Although Database Configuration Assistant (DBCA) automatically creates an undo tablespace for new … create an undo tablespace. There are two methods of creating an undo tablespace. The first method creates … the undo tablespace when the CREATE DATABASE statement is issued. This occurs when you are creating … =
About the SYSAUX Tablespace → The SYSAUX tablespace is always created at database creation. The SYSAUX tablespace serves as an … auxiliary tablespace to the SYSTEM tablespace. Because it is the default tablespace for many Oracle … of tablespaces required by the database. It also reduces the load on the SYSTEM tablespace.
CREATE TEMPORARY TABLESPACE: Example → creates a tablespace named temptbs_1 with a tempfile in that location. The tempfile is 100 MB and is … /oradata'; SQL> CREATE TEMPORARY TABLESPACE temptbs_1; See Also: Oracle Database SQL Language Reference for a description of the CREATE TABLESPACE statement
Identifying a Bigfile Tablespace → The following views contain a BIGFILE column that identifies a tablespace as a bigfile tablespace … : DBA_TABLESPACES USER_TABLESPACES V$TABLESPACE You can also identify a bigfile tablespace by the
CREATE TABLESPACE: Examples → Database SQL Language Reference for a description of the CREATE TABLESPACE statement CREATE … TABLESPACE: Example 1 The following example sets the default location for datafile creations to /u01 … /oradata and then creates a tablespace tbs_1 with a datafile in that location. The datafile is 100 MB and … /oradata'; SQL> CREATE
Migrating the SYSTEM Tablespace to a Locally Managed Tablespace → Use the DBMS_SPACE_ADMIN package to migrate the SYSTEM tablespace from dictionary-managed to … : The database has a default temporary tablespace that is not SYSTEM. There are no rollback segments in … the dictionary-managed tablespace. There is at least one online rollback segment in a locally … managed tablespace,
Assigning a Tablespace Group as the Default Temporary Tablespace → Use the ALTER DATABASE...DEFAULT TEMPORARY TABLESPACE statement to assign a tablespace group as the … default temporary tablespace for the database. For example: ALTER DATABASE sample DEFAULT TEMPORARY … TABLESPACE group2; Any user who has not explicitly been assigned a temporary tablespace will now
Specifying the Default Tablespace Type → The SET DEFAULT...TABLESPACE clause of the CREATE DATABASE statement to determines the default type … of tablespace for this database in subsequent CREATE TABLESPACE statements. Specify either SET … DEFAULT BIGFILE TABLESPACE or SET DEFAULT SMALLFILE TABLESPACE. If you omit this clause, the default is
Overriding the Default Tablespace Type → The SYSTEM and SYSAUX tablespaces are always created with the default tablespace type. However, you … can explicitly override the default tablespace type for the UNDO and DEFAULT TEMPORARY tablespace … during the CREATE DATABASE operation. For example, you can create a bigfile UNDO tablespace in a … database with
Limitations on Transportable Tablespace Use → tablespace to a target database in which a tablespace with the same name already exists. However, you can … rename either the tablespace to be transported or the destination tablespace before the transport … tablespace set. Encrypted tablespaces have the following the limitations: Before transporting
Creating a Bigfile Temporary Tablespace → the CREATE BIGFILE TEMPORARY TABLESPACE statement to create a single-tempfile tablespace. See the … sections \"Creating a Bigfile Tablespace\" and \"Altering a Bigfile Tablespace\" for information about
Making a Tablespace Read-Only → TABLESPACE statement to change a tablespace to read-only. You must have the ALTER TABLESPACE or MANAGE … TABLESPACE system privilege. Before you can make a tablespace read-only, the following conditions must be … met. The tablespace must be online. This is necessary to ensure that there
Assigning Tablespace Quotas to Users → objects the privilege to create the object and a quota (space allowance or limit) in the tablespace … intended to hold the object segment. See Also: Oracle Database Security Guide for information about creating users and assigning tablespace quotas.
Creating a Default Temporary Tablespace → The DEFAULT TEMPORARY TABLESPACE clause of the CREATE DATABASE statement creates a default … temporary tablespace for the database. Oracle Database assigns this tablespace as the temporary tablespace … for users who are not explicitly assigned a temporary tablespace. You can explicitly assign a
Creating a Locally Managed Tablespace → Create a locally managed tablespace by specifying LOCAL in the EXTENT MANAGEMENT clause of the … CREATE TABLESPACE statement. This is the default for new permanent tablespaces, but you must specify the … (the default), or you can specify that the tablespace is managed with uniform extents of a specific … size ( UNIFORM ). If you