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UPDATE: What Worked... So after reading the link from @Raj and reading @ora-600's answer I tried to validate the database with the RMAN command backup check logical validate database;. While this worked fine, it was also clear that it was not looking at everything that the ANALYZE INDEX command would. After trying many different variations, I finally ...


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You can try: shutdown immediate startup mount alter database datafile '/u02/oradata/hfd1/index/index17.dbf' offline drop; alter database open


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I think the article Raj quoted (https://www.pythian.com/blog/analyze-index-validate-structure-dark-side/) describes this pretty well. "clustering factor" was also my first guess while reading the description of your problem. I also prefer to use RMAN to check for corruption. RMAN> backup check logical validate database; Afterwards you can query ...



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