Server Administration :: Convert Dictionary Managed Tablespace To Locally Managed Tablespace?
Jan 6, 2012
I have one database which is recently upgraded from oracle 8.1.5 to oracle 10.2.0.4.The database is having around 300 tablespace and total size of the database is 1.5 TB.
The database was created in oracle 8i and all the teblespace were DMT(Dictionary Managed Tablespace) .Usually after up gradation all the tablespace are in DMT mode. Now my requirement is to convert all the tablespace into LMT (Locally Managed Tablespace) so that I can AVAIL ALL THE FEATURES OF LMT.
This database is a mission critical database and very less downtime can be allowed.
I've got one database which was Initially upgraded from Oracle 8i to 10.2.04 running on windows. Most of the tabespaces are Dictionary managed. Do you think moving them to locally managed tablespace would give me better performance?
if Yes, what approach I should apply to move them to locally managed? I would like to do this with minimum/no downtime.
i have a tablespace which contains 121 datafile(max limit reached) as a dba what we have to do?
creating a new tablespace with a datafile and assign the users to the current tablespace which i created now.iif the above process is correct,after some time the tablespace which was filled up got freed up.now can i give the access to the users previous (i.e. freed up tablespace) and current tablespaces
Oracle Database 11g Enterprise Edition Release 22.214.171.124.0 - 64bit Production PL/SQL Release 126.96.36.199.0 - Production CORE 188.8.131.52.0 Production TNS for Linux: Version 184.108.40.206.0 - Production NLSRTL Version 220.127.116.11.0 - Production
My os version is
Linux damdat01 2.6.18-128.7.1.el5 #1 SMP Wed Aug 19 04:00:49 EDT 2009 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux
My database is OLP system.
My question is what are the advantages and disadvantages having one single tablespace versus multiple tablespace?
Easy to maintain when you have single tablespace. but hard to track the IO issues if you have one single tablespace.
How to import dump into specific tablespace instead of default tablespace users.
I want to import my dump file to newly created tablespace ,so how can i do that . I have created new user called cvm and while creating it i mentioned default tablespace to newly created tablespace . But when i try to import my dumo file it goes to users tablespace .
I can see that some failover events etc aren't supported (Differences between the ODP.NET Managed Driver and Unmanaged Driver), but is failover supported at all? I don't need to get notified, just to get the failover (clustered node switching) working. Is it supported in the managed driver?
My standby database was working fine which was running in maximum performance mode .Suddenly i found that logs are not being applied though archived logs are received from primary database.i issued the command in mount mode: alter database recover managed standby database disconnect from session;
altered database this command runs successfully. but MRP process in not initiated which i confirmed with the query (select process,status from v$managed_standby;)
Problem Description: There are five range partitioned tables which are partitioned by date,designed by previous DBA.Four tables are in one tablespace and one more table is in another tablespace.For every three months there are two tablespaces are created autamatically in new names for future dates.There is no scheduled job for this.How they are created?.This is our question.
In my database ,the size of the system tablespace is 1024M.now i found its free space is 477.875M.
SQL> SELECT TABLESPACE_NAME,SUM(BYTES)/1024/1024 M FROM DBA_FREE_SPACE where tablespace_name = 'SYSTEM' GROUP BY TABLESPACE_NAME ; TABLESPACE_NAME M --------------- ------- SYSTEM 477.875
In system tablespace ,the max size segment is IDL_UB1$,it is 167M
SQL> SELECT SEGMENT_NAME, SX || 'M' "Size" FROM (SELECT SEGMENT_NAME,SUM(BYTES)/1024/1024 SX FROM DBA_SEGMENTS WHERE TABLESPACE_NAME = 'SYSTEM' GROUP BY SEGMENT_NAME) WHERE SX > 100 ORDER BY SX DESC; SEGMENT_NAME Size ------------- ----- IDL_UB1$ 167M
My tablespace contains two datafiles dfile1.dbf and dfile2.dbf on D drive of my filesystem. Now i copied these dbf files on pasted it on a location in E drive. Now i want my tablespace to use dbf files pasted in new location.
Will i have to Alter Tablespace Add Datafile with Reuse clause
In My database rollback segment space is not releasing space even though, there is no transaction is using RBS. RBS tablespace size is around 70GB. Unfortunately still our environment is running in 9i due to application code
SQL> show parameter undo
NAME TYPE VALUE ------------------------------------ ----------- ------------------------------ undo_management string MANUAL undo_retention integer 1800 undo_suppress_errors boolean FALSE undo_tablespace
As the undo segments are used in round robin fashion, Is it possible that with varying load (concurrent users, size and number of transactions), the size of Undo tablespace on a particular day is less than the Undo tablespace size few days back, by any chance?
As a basic understanding I know that Undo is preserved for read consistency and transaction, instance recovery So if there are lot of transaction on a database on 05 Feb and before that, but there aren't any transactions on 6,7,8,9, then on 10th Feb can we see the Undo tablespace size is less than that of 05 Feb?
In the following case when data belonging to table is not required for any queries, transactions, even then the undo size is not restored upon dropping the table.
As such for large operations and batch processes shall we keep undo tablespace with files as 'Autoextend' with 'Maxsize' as 'Unlimited'?
I want to increase the size of the tablespace but when i login as sysdba or admin user i can just see the 21 tables in the dba_tablespaces or user_tablespaces. I want to see the tablespaces related to the application.
i want to create tablespace in raw partion on windows.I have added a hard disk and added extended partition to it. Then created 4 logical partitions of 256 MB with diskpart.exe.I have assigned a drive letter to one of them as X:
However, I am having trouble in creating tablespace on it. I referred to [URL]... I get following error,
C:UsersAdministrator>sqlplus SQL*Plus: Release 18.104.22.168.0 Production on Fri Aug 17 15:32:17 2012 Copyright (c) 1982, 2010, Oracle. All rights reserved. Enter user-name: SYSTEM Enter password:
Connected to: Oracle Database 11g Enterprise Edition Release 22.214.171.124.0 - Production With the Partitioning, OLAP, Data Mining and Real Application Testing opti
We have a database running with Oracle 10.2.0.4 on Solaris 5.10 [SUN SPARC v240] where the assigned TEMP tablespace size looks to be quite huge ( = 8GB!). There are not much SQL queries being run on the database, but what can I do/find/investigate to be sure of how much TEMP space is 'actually' required for the application to run OK?
Note. I have seen the previous DBA's have marked AUTOEXTEND = ON for the TEMP datafiles as well.
Separate query (but linked to TEMP tablespace):
Even if the TEMP datafiles are created with AUTOEXTEND = ON, sometimes I am seeing 'ORA-01652: unable to extend temp segment by 128'.