|Subject:||Question: Safest way to 'recreate' a tablespace|
|Posted by:||BD (bobby_dre…@hotmail.com)|
|Date:||26 Oct 2005|
I have a situation where a file was added to a tablepace incorrectly.
(126.96.36.199 on AIX 5.2)
For the purposes of tidiness, I want to remove it. I gather that this
will generally mean either shrinking the unwanted file down to a tiny
size so it will have no effect on the space usage, or re-creating the
I have read options in the group about moving segments, and also about
exporting and importing.
Assuming I want to keep the same tablespace name, I'm kind of thinking
that the best process would be:
-Delete unwanted files
-Create tablespace with the correct file allocation
Is this still the best/safest route to take?