0 (equivalent to the maximum size of 16 terabytes)
Specifies the maximum size of each dump file. If the size is reached for any member of the dump file set, then that file is closed and an attempt is made to create a new file, if the file specification contains a substitution variable or if additional dump files have been added to the job.
Syntax and Description
FILESIZE=integer[B | KB | MB | GB | TB]
integer can be immediately followed (do not insert a space) by
TB (indicating bytes, kilobytes, megabytes, gigabytes, and terabytes respectively). Bytes is the default. The actual size of the resulting file may be rounded down slightly to match the size of the internal blocks used in dump files.
The minimum size for a file is ten times the default Data Pump block size, which is 4 kilobytes.
The maximum size for a file is 16 terabytes.
The following shows an example in which the size of the dump file is set to 3 megabytes:
> expdp hr DIRECTORY=dpump_dir1 DUMPFILE=hr_3m.dmp FILESIZE=3MB
If 3 megabytes had not been sufficient to hold all the exported data, then the following error would have been displayed and the job would have stopped:
ORA-39095: Dump file space has been exhausted: Unable to allocate 217088 bytes
The actual number of bytes that could not be allocated may vary. Also, this number does not represent the amount of space needed to complete the entire export operation. It indicates only the size of the current object that was being exported when the job ran out of dump file space.This situation can be corrected by first attaching to the stopped job, adding one or more files using the
ADD_FILE command, and then restarting the operation.