RE: Stop defragmenting and start ...

Robyn
   I'm not sure what you are asking, so I may not be responding to your
question. I don't recall the "Stop Defragmenting . . ." paper recommended
anything other than LMT. After reading that paper, I was wondering which
variety of LMT to use and I found a page on Oracle's Web site that stated
that Oracle recommended LMT with uniform extents. Probably long disappeared.

Dennis Williams
DBA
Lifetouch, Inc.
dwilliams@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 

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Hello,

Can someone tell me when uniform extent sizing became a recommended
practice?  The 'Stop defragmenting and Start Living' paper has a copyright
date of 1998, and I remember implementing it on some databases back in
1999, but I was wondering if it there were earlier references to this
approach.

Robyn

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