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Re: Error "max extend table reached"

From: DBA Infopower Support <>
Date: Fri, 6 Feb 2004 21:26:15 -0800
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Hello Daniel,

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"Daniel Morgan" <> wrote in message news:1076096845.404380_at_yasure...
> DBA Infopower Support wrote:
> > Dear Sybrand,
> >
> > If you had a chance to visit our site you'll find out that we do not
> > tools to defragment tablespaces.
> >
> > if DBA is using same size extents across the tablespace objects then
> > there is no need for such a tool.
> >
> > In previous case our goal was to help user to restore services as
soon as
> > possible. SQL provided was an example. not a recommendation to run in
> > production.
> >
> > Regards,
> >
> > Support
> >
> > DBA Infopower
> I think yo could go a long way to defuse the appearance that you are
> doing nothing but pushing your product if you would sign your name
> rather than hiding behind 'Support'. Presumably you do have a name
> ... why not use it.
> No one is going to complain that you post a return link to where you
> work or an email address where you are employed. But your signature
> begs the question of whether your intention is to be helpful or to spam.
> And reasonable people could easily assume the later.
> So emulate how Jonathan Lewis, Howard Rogers, Mark Townsend, and I
> interact on this forum: Sign with your real name.
> --
> Daniel Morgan
> (replace 'x' with a 'u' to reply)
Received on Fri Feb 06 2004 - 23:26:15 CST

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