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Oracle 11g r2: Cannot create partition on timestamp field

I have data with a timestamp field of the form '2014-01-01 00:00:00.99' in one of the columns. I want to create a new partition for the table every month. For this I did something like this. CREATE ...
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Oracle estimate cardinality on partitioned table

How does Oracle estimate cardinality on a partitioned table if the query gets the list of partitions from a subquery or a join? For example, if I have a query like this select * from ...
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Performance degradation after partioning tables using DBMS_REDEFINITION package

We have created partitions on per-existing tables in my application using DBMS_REDEFINITION package. just for the sake of improving performance. Now , We are facing an issue in the performance ...
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Oracle Partition Table Space Issue

I have a table with list partitions on it. When i insert data i see that all the partitions have default initial size of 8 MB and I also noticed that when i truncate full table and check size it still ...
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1answer
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Oracle DB - Is it possible to distribute data of a table onto multiple servers?

BigTable[1]-like systems (HBase[2] for instance) allows a table to be distributed transparently accross multiple servers. This works as follows: Each server perform the read/writes operations on ...
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Oracle tables partition related

Here is my doubt. Is it possible to apply a partition to one table depending in the partitions values of another one? Why I am asking? I have one table where information headers are persisted, and ...
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Logically Horizontale-Partitioned Tables

I have two legacy tables, lets call them TableA and TableB. Both of them fall under the same schema design with identical columns, in other words you can union them directly as one table. The only ...
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1answer
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Does Oracle Partition by Reference optimizes join queries

Oracle 11g has a new feature in partitioning tables called partition by reference. I want to know whether Oracle joins (nested-loop-joins or hash-join or ...) rows from proper partitions when joining ...
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Proper drive partitioning in Linux for Oracle

I have a current production physical server running on RHEL and I'm going to be building a new Oracle Linux VM to take it's place. Below is a listing of the existing physical drive partitions. Can ...
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Oracle partition by interval using persian calendar

Oracle supports Persian (Jalali) calendar in DDL queries, I can easily say: select to_char(register_date, 'YYYY-MM-DD', 'nls_calendar=persian') from my_table; I created a table as: create ...
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Oracle: adding subpartitions to existing partitioned table

In Oracle 11g, is there a way to introduce subpartitions into an existing partitioned table? I cannot seem to find a combination of EXCHANGE and SPLIT partition that does the right thing. SPLIT will ...
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Should I group by and then join, or join and then group by?

(oracle's optimizer does the same thing for both approaches when just two tables are involved, thus my question involves three tables) Assume three tables t1, t2 and t3 with a pairwise 1:n ...
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Mysql, sql server, oracle tables get too large [closed]

I hear a lot about things that, it is a lot cheaper to buy new harddisk than pay staff to come up with genius ideas how to save resources. But what I don't understand, is how these databases handle a ...
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How can I find out which tables use reference partitioning from the Oracle data dictionary?

I'm writing a generic drop-all-objects script for our Oracle databases. It generates drop table TABLE_NAME cascade constraints purge lines for all tables, amongst other object types, by looping ...
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How to partition an Oracle table with 65 million rows?

The table that needs partitioning contains a list of Components and their Values. So one table is tblComponents. Another is tblFields. Then this table, tblValues, contains the values of the ...
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1answer
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Monitor Oracle query plans for PARTITION LIST (ALL)

Is there any way I can monitor all the queries running on an Oracle instance and report which queries are using PARTITION LIST (ALL)? What I'm essentially asking for is a way to automatically ...
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1answer
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Partitioning vs Indexes

I'm very new to databases, so I apologize if my question is very basic... Anyways, I'm creating a table with what seems like alot of data (500 million rows right now, and potentially twice as much in ...
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1answer
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Does SQL Server have a reference partitioning equivalent?

Oracle 11g has introduced a new feature that is called Reference Partition. Using reference partitioning, a child table can inherit the partitioning characteristics from a parent table. ...
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Does 'update global indexes' not work if the index is already unusable?

I have a partitioned table in Oracle 11g with a PK (global index). If I truncate one of the partitions with ALTER TABLE tbl1 TRUNCATE PARTITION p1; the global index has the status UNUSABLE. If I ...
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When is data moved during an Oracle partition split?

I need to split an Oracle partition, and I'm confused about whether or not Oracle is going to physically relocate the data when I execute the split. Here's what I intend to do: alter table ...
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conversion of high_value to date datatype

I need to comparte the high_value which is of LONG datatype to sysdate which is of DATE datatype. I need to fetch the partition names of all the partitions which is 90 days old. The code is some what ...
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Does UPDATE INDEXES work for local indexes?

I have two tables in Oracle 11.2. First is partitioned and has local index (non-prefixed): CREATE TABLE table1 (col1 INT, col2 INT) PARTITION BY LIST(col1) ( PARTITION p1 VALUES(1), PARTITION ...
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Is it worth partitioning a Table by single value in Oracle?

Normally, if you have a column you frequently query a table by, you ought to stick an index on it. But is it worth also partitioning a table by this column, if all possible values are known in ...
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Why won't Oracle alter the size of a column that is used for sub partitioning?

I am trying to resize a varchar2 column, when I get an ORA-14265 error: ORA-14265: data type or length of a table subpartitioning column may not be changed With Oracle providing the unhelpful: ...
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Troubleshooting Oracle ORA-08103 - object no longer exists

I am getting this error from Oracle intermittently. A trigger is truncating a partition from a partitioned table while a long-running query is running against it. Since I'm truncating a different ...
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Oracle: Interval partitioning and dependant tables

I'm not a DBA, but I've been asked to look at a database which is expected to handle up to 80M records in one of it's tables. This table also has two tables linking to it via foreign keys with up to ...
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Making the Oracle optimizer use a virtual column to find out about a partition

I have a large table that has three columns like this: "START_DATE" DATE, "START_VALUE" NUMBER(10,7) "START_DATE_VALUE" NUMBER(18,7) GENERATED ALWAYS AS ( (extract(YEAR FROM START_DATE) * ...
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Is it possible to virtually vertical partition and oracle database table?

Just like the question asks; is it possible to transparently partition a table vertically, by using virtual partitions? I'd imagine if it was possible, that columns would just be stored in separate ...
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Rank Partition?

I have a table which holds customer information with an Account state (working or Deactivated) for every single day. I'm trying to reduce this information by showing start and end dates for the ...
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shall I use multiple separete tables or one table with multiple partition on oracle

I have an entity lets call it Response, and another entity called ResponseType, Response entity contains the ResponseType; so when I am building the physical model I confused with how to implement it; ...
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oracle global index vs local index on a partitioned table

I have a table that has range partition by month on a date column (created_time). I was wondering what is more efficient of creating a global index on this column or creating a local index on this ...
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Reasons against using local indexes

For Oracle 10g and above: except in cases where a local index cannot be used and a global index is needed (e.g. unique constraint), is there any reason to favor a global index over a local index?
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DROP PARTITION strategy using LIST-REF composite partitioning

We have a large Oracle 11gR2 instance with some tables that have recently become an annoyance when deleting data. This database powers a large optimization cluster that takes input metadata from the ...
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How do I horizontally partition an oracle database table, and should I?

We have a tenanted data warehouse that we are doing reporting on. Queries are beginning to take a long time, and we're looking at options to reduce this. There are two thoughts at the moment. Create ...