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May 06, 2010 at 10:43 AM

Shrinking / Reorganizing database size using (Max-DB)

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Dear Community,

we are running an ECC 6.0 on Max-DB, which was delivered to us as all-for-one solution by SAP a few years ago.

According to TA DB50 the database size is 100 GB, 78% used. Well, this is a little confusing, because even the sum of the 1.000 biggest table sizes converge at approx. 50 GB, so there is no way all table sizes could have a size of 100 GB. All other databases in our landscapes occupy 50GB - 60GB.

We deleted the following things:

- four whole clients via TA SCC5

- job-logs,

- shortdumps,

- spool-lists,

- temse-objects.

We can also verify all those actions mentioned above worked out properly and neither job-logs, shortdumps, spool-lists, nor temse-objects occupies much space in db.

We are aware of the fact that the new space after a client deletion only gets freed after a reorganizing the database, but we don't know how to do that in max-db and all information we find is: u201CMax-DB

does not need a manual reorganization.u201D

We're wondering where those 50 GB u201Chidden spaceu201D could have been left over. As we were unable to find a manual way to reorganize the max-db database, we'd appreciate if you gave as a clue how to shrink the database from 100 GB to approx. 50 GB or 60 GB, as we believe there are at least 40 GB which are not used.

Greetings

Danny

Edited by: dwinn5 on May 6, 2010 12:44 PM