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RE: [Q] undo tablespace did not release space?? (less quoting)

Paul Drake

2004-03-26

Replies:

> From: dba1 mcc [mailto:mccdba1@(protected)]
> Subject: [Q] undo tablespace did not release space??
>
> We have ORACLE 9ir2 running on LINUX server. I
> check
> Tablespace and found undo tablespace almost full for
> long time. It did NOT release space. The undo
> tablespace setup are undo_management=AUTO
> undo_retention=900. Does anyone know why it don't
> release space?
>
> Thanks.

I've seen the same issue, when running batch loads.
I had even set the undo_retention time to 300 seconds.
RHEL 3.0 ES, Oracle 9.2.0.4 STD Ed.
blew thru 4.0 GB of UNDO in a insert append of 600 MB
of data into an IOT. It was just a test case for iot
compression, so no big deal.
Just went back to running it from sqlloader into the
new structure instead.

After attending Dan's presentation at RMOUG, I'm
thinking of reverting to rollback segments for loading
situations (if not entirely).

Then again, there is that 9.2.0.5 patchet out there
...

Pd

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