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Re: Never rebuild Indexes?

From: Oradba Linux <oradba_linux_at_verizon.net>
Date: Sun, 04 Feb 2007 14:11:16 GMT
Message-ID: <8Qlxh.12727$VY5.10039@trnddc08>


Frank van Bortel wrote:

> Oradba Linux schreef:

>> We are running a 4 node RAC on RHEL 3.0. We have a table with 300mil
>> rows that has an pk index upto 12Gb and we rebuilt it it came down to
>> 6g. The data into this table was loaded with concurrent inserts from
>> different sessions. This table is on ASSM tablespace. Same thing with
>> many other indexes.

> Just wait a couple of weeks...
>
oh boy... You sound like a mystery novel.

Do you feel it will bloat back up to 12G again. I am sure it will increase but by how much is the question. I will not have any deletes to this table. Many concurrent inserts from data loads. Received on Sun Feb 04 2007 - 08:11:16 CST

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