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Step 6 - Modifying a Tablespace

Learn Oracle - Modifying a Tablespace

With Enterprise Manager, Oracle DBA can modify a tablespace, such as extend it, set it to automatically extend, change its space thresholds, or change its status to offline. tablespace might need extending when Oracle DBA get a critical and warning alert. Oracle DBA might need to offline a tablespace to perform recovery operations on it.

This section shows you how to set a tablespace to automatically extend when it reaches its limit. To enable autoextend tablespace, do the following:

1. From the Administration page, click Tablespaces under Storage. This takes Oracle DBA to the Tablespaces page.





2. Select a tablespace to autoextend, such as USERS, and click Edit. The Edit Tablespace:USERS General property page appears.

3. Select the datafile associated with the tablespace, and click Edit. The Edit Datafile page appears.

4. Check Automatically extend datafile when full (AUTOEXTEND). Set a suitable increment, such as 1 M. Oracle DBA can optionally set a maximum file size or set file size to unlimited depending on your resources.

You can add datafiles and associate them with a tablespace with SQL statements. You can either specify the file specifications for the datafiles being created, or Oracle DBA can use the Oracle Managed Files feature to create files that are created and managed by the database server.

You can also use SQL statements to manually resize a datafile. This lets you add space to your database without adding datafiles, if you are concerned about reaching the maximum number of datafiles allowed in your database. Manually reducing the sizes of datafiles lets Oracle DBA reclaim unused space in the database. This is useful for correcting errors in estimates of space requirements.

5. Click Continue. This brings you back to the Edit Tablespace page. Click Apply. A confirmation message should appear.

Similarly, you can change tablespace thresholds by selecting a tablespace on the Tablespaces page and navigating to the Threshold property page. Here you can alter your space thresholds that generate the warning and critical alerts.

To offline a tablespace, on the Edit Tablespace page, under Status, select Offline and click Apply.
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STEP 6 - Next Topics
This Step discusses management of the database's storage structure. Click on Oracle tuorial links below:
The Control FileControl file
Redo Log FilesRedo log file
Archive Log FilesArchive log file
TablespacesTablespaces
DatafilesDatafiles
Initialization Parameter FileParameter file
Password FilePassword file
Backup FilesBackup file
Viewing Tablespaces in your DatabaseTablespace
Creating a tablespacecreating tablespace
Modifying a TablespaceModifying tablespace
Dropping a Tablespace
Managing Undo for Your Database
ORACLE DBA - DISCUSSION FORUMS
Oracle Database - PODCASTS
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