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Tablespace Autoextend

Hi

In our R/3 landscape, the status of some of the tablespaces is "autoextend On" and some are "autoextend off" mode. We would like to turn the autoextnd mode OFF from ON.

What is the best way to turn the autoextend mode OFF. As per my understanding, if we turn off all the datafiles of the tablespace using SQLPLUS , it will automatically change the status of the autoextend mode from ON to OFF.

Pls confirm or suggest any other method to turn tablespace autoextend mode OFF.

Regards

Amar

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    Posted on Jul 11, 2006 at 06:09 PM

    Depending on your version of SAP and SAPDBA and database. That is the a way it can be done with Oracle 8 and onwards, but SAPDBA can also be used. See Notes, 64335, 139467, 693725

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    Posted on Jul 11, 2006 at 07:47 PM

    We have autoextend turned off on all our data files for more control of space.

    You can use the Oracle command:

    alter tablespace ... autoextend off

    Or

    Oracle Enterprise Manager

    Or

    Brtools /BrGui

    Space Mangement - Alter Data File - Alter Data File Action - auoext

    Turn off autoextend

    • You should get used to using brtools/brgui

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