Re: Self-Healing ORA-01578's

> Did you perhaps run dbverify while the database was up?
>
> Because if you did, the results are not necessarily trustworthy.

I think in 9i dbv is able to re-read the block if it's header & tail don't
match, thus not reporting false-corruptions anymore.
Also, if a block's header & tail don't match even on re-reads, but the block
keeps changing, the block is reported as being in flux, not corrupt...

Tanel.


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