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DBAs - OEM

 

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Lesson 05

"Men have become the tools of their tools." - Henry David Thoreau (1817-1862)

 

Read first then play the video:

   OEM-VIDEO -Managing Tablespaces and Datafiles

   

Managing Tablespaces and Datafiles using OEM

 

Introduction

As a DBA, you are responsible for managing Oracle tablespaces and datafiles. The following is a summary of your task:

Covers:

Selecting a target database

Creating a tablespace

Creating a datafile

Changing the block size of a tablespace

Using the Locally Managed option

Adding an additional datafile to a tablespace

Using the automatically extend option

Obtaining a SQL statement syntax

Removing a tablespace

 

Hands-on

Expand the Database item.

Expand the DBS4RMAN database.

Expand the Storage item.

Expand the Tablespaces item.

Highlight the "Tablespaces" item, right click and select "Create."

Enter a new tablespace name, such as DATA.

Change the datafile name, if it is needed.

Change the File directory or the datafile size if it is needed.

Leave the tablespace status and type just as it is.

On the Storage tab, use the Locally Managed option with an automatic allocation.

Notice that the block size can be changed. Click "Create."

The tablespace was created.

Expand the datafile of the DATA tablespace.

Notice that the datafile size is 10 megabytes.

Let's add one more datafile to the DATA tablespace. Highlight Datafiles and create a new datafile.

Change the datafile name.

Change the datafile size to 10 megabytes.

In the Storage tab, select "Automatically extend datafile when is full" with 1 Megabyte of extend and not to exceed more than 10 Megabytes.

Click on "Show SQL" and browse through the SQL statement. Then click "Create."

The datafile was created. Notice that you now have two datafiles within the DATA tablespace.

Highlight "Tablespaces," and notice that the data tablespace size changed to 20 megabytes.

Highlight the Data tablespace, right click and remove the DATA tablespace.

Verify the remove request.

The data tablespace was removed.