Re: file size

Try to think of a crash where data file goes.
If u have multiple small DFs on different disks, it will be easy for
1. Restoring in case of crash.
2. Backup of course
3. i/o performance
4. Managing DFs.

I think this will be enough. Now depends how do u explain them?

 - Chirag 
SUN Microsystems Inc.

On Thu, 27 Jan 2005 13:16:18 -0600, Roger Xu <roger_xu@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> datafile backup is one of them
> -----Original Message-----
> From: oracle-l-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
> [ mailto:oracle-l-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx]On Behalf Of Greg Faktor
> Sent: Thursday, January 27, 2005 12:54 PM
> To: <oracle-l
> Subject: file size
> Hi All!
> What is disadvantage to have one 25-30 GB datafile on Win 2000 and
> Oracle 9i instead of 7x4GB? I have one application where if they're more
> then 1 datafile then app manager can't see tablespace free space. Do not
> ask why, this is the way application is designed. I don't want app
> people to connect to the database using anything but application. Now I
> need to make strong point to convince then that having one big file is
> not good idea. Any suggestions?
> Thanks.
> Greg
> --
> For technical support please email tech_support@xxxxxxxxxxx or you can
> call (972)721-8257.
> This email has been scanned for all viruses by the MessageLabs Email Security 
> System.
> This e-mail is intended solely for the person or entity to which it is 
> addressed and may contain confidential and/or privileged information. Any 
> review, dissemination, copying, printing or other use of this e-mail by 
> persons or entities other than the addressee is prohibited. If you have 
> received this e-mail in error, please contact the sender immediately and 
> delete the material.
> ____________________________________________________________________
> This email has been scanned for all viruses by the MessageLabs Email Security 
> System. Any questions please call 972-721-8257 or email your request to 
> tech_support@xxxxxxxxxxxx
> --

Other related posts: