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RE: RE: exp73 dumpparam for unlimited extents?

From: Deshpande, Kirti <kirti.deshpande_at_verizon.com>
Date: Sun, 30 Jun 2002 22:41:23 -0800
Message-ID: <F001.0048C63C.20020630224123@fatcity.com>


And how will it be of help in this export/import issue ? Sorry, I did not follow what you mentioned.

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Sent: Sunday, June 30, 2002 10:48 PM
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Deshpande, Kirti£¨

   hi, check oracle undocumented parameter: _system_trigger_enabled=false. If this is set, then all database event trigger will be disabled.

        Good luck

Good luck!

            chaos
            chaospku_at_163.net

zhu chao
DBA of Eachnet.com
86-021-32174588-667

‘ŕ 2002-06-30 11:58:00 You wrote:
>No, you do not have to wait for 8i or 9i....
>You are almost there to get what you want.
>What you need to do prior to import is build all the tables without any
>storage cluase in the CREATE TABLLE|INDEX syntax. It will default to the
>tablespace settings. And them import with IGNORE=Y option (since tables are
>already there). By default, Oracle will use the storage clause from the
>import file. You can not tell Oracle to not have it created while
exporting.
>Pre-building the tables is the only choice.
>
>In your quick test, you did not specify the storage clause, so it worked!
>
>You can use the indexfile=<filename> option of the import utility, to build
>a script to create tables, indexes. Edit the script for storage clauses
>(i.e. remove them), and build the tables first.
>
>
>HTH,
>
>- Kirti
>
>-----Original Message-----
>Sent: Saturday, June 29, 2002 11:53 PM
>To: Multiple recipients of list ORACLE-L
>
>
>Hello,
>
>Running Oracle 7.3.4.4 on Win2k.
>Trying to implement unlimited extents of the same size. (Same size works
>for us).
>Set the tablespace defaults
>Dumped the users
>Dropped the users
>Imported the users
>
>Tables still had the same mish-mash of extents and max extents 121
>
>Here are my dump params
>USERID = system/************@******
>FILE = c:\dumps\test.dmp
>LOG = c:\dumps\test.log
>FULL = Y
>buffer=1000000
>consistent=y
>compress=n
>
>That did not work so I tried dumping an individual user
>USERID = system/*****@*******
>FILE = c:\dumps\test.dmp
>LOG = c:\dumps\test.log
>FULL = N
>COMPRESS = N
>owner=restek
>
>Still get mish-mash extents on import.
>
>The load was always:
>USERID = system/******@*****
>FILE = c:\dumps\test.dmp
>LOG = c:\dumps\test.dmprs.implog
>FROMUSER = restek
>TOUSER = restek
>
>My quick test of create table tmp_xyz as select * from xyz gives me the
>result I want.
>
>Any suggestions? Do I have to wait until I upgrade to 8i or 9i?
>
>TIA
>

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