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The DUMPFILE parameter provides the name (or list) of the dump file(s) to which the export dump should be written. The DUMPFILE parameter replaces the FILE parameter in the old export utility. You can provide multiple dump filenames in several ways: Create multiple dump files by specifying the %U substitution variable. The substitution variable will start at 01 and can go up to 99. For example, a specification like exp%U.dmp can be expanded into filenames such as exp01.dmp, exp02.dmp, exp03.dmp, and so on. Provide multiple files in a comma-separated list. Specify the DUMPFILE parameter multiple times for a single export job.
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If you specify the %U notation to indicate multiple dump files, the number of files you can create is equal to the value of the PARALLEL parameter.
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If you don t specify the DUMPFILE parameter, Oracle will use the default name expdat.dmp for the export dump file, just as it did with the traditional export utility.
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The FILESIZE parameter is purely optional, and it specifies the size of the dump file in bytes by default. You may use bytes, kilobytes, megabytes, and gigabytes to specify the FILESIZE parameter. If you don t specify this parameter, the dump file has no limits on its size. If you use the FILESIZE parameter by specifying, say 10MB, as the maximum dump file size, your export will stop if your dump file reaches its size limit, and you can restart it after correcting the problem.
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The PARFILE parameter stands for the same thing it did in traditional export utility: the parameter file. As explained earlier in this chapter, you can specify export parameters in a parameter file, instead of entering them directly from the command line.
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LOGFILE and NOLOGFILE
You can use the LOGFILE parameter to specify a log file for your export jobs. Here s what you need to remember regarding this parameter: If you just specify the LOGFILE parameter without the DIRECTORY parameter, Oracle automatically creates the log file in the location you specified for the DIRECTORY parameter. If you don t specify this parameter, Oracle creates a log file named export.log. If you specify the parameter NOLOGFILE, Oracle does not create its log file (export.log). You still see the progress of the export job on the screen, but Oracle suppresses the writing of a separate log file for the job.
COMPRESSION
By default, all metadata is compressed before it s written out to an export dump file. You can disable compression by specifying a value of NONE for the COMPRESSION parameter, as shown here: $ expdp hr/hr DIRECTORY=dpump_dir1 DUMPFILE=hr_comp.dmp COMPRESSION=NONE The COMPRESSION parameter can take one of two values: METADATA_ONLY or NONE. There is no way for you to specify the compression of the actual export data itself.
Export Mode-Related Parameters
The export mode-related parameters are FULL, SCHEMAS, TABLES, TABLESPACES, TRANSPORT_TABLESPACES, and TRANSPORT_FULL_CHECK. You ve already seen all these parameters except the last one, TRANSPORT_ FULL_CHECK, in the Data Pump Export Modes section earlier in this chapter. The TRANSPORT_FULL_CHECK parameter checks to make sure that the tablespaces you are trying to transport meet all the conditions to qualify for the transportable tablespaces job. Using this parameter, you can specify whether to check for dependencies between objects inside the transportable set and the other objects in the database. For example, an index is entirely dependent on the table, since it doesn t have any meaning without the table. However, a table isn t dependent on an index, since the table can exist without an index. You can set the TRANSPORT_FULL_CHECK parameter to a value of Y or N. If you set TRANSPORT_FULL_ CHECK=Y, the Data Pump Export job will check for two-way dependencies. If you have a table in the transportable tablespace but not its indexes, or your tablespace contains indexes without their tables, the export job will fail. If you set TRANSPORT_FULL_CHECK=N, the Data Pump Export job will check for one-way dependencies. If your transportable tablespace set contains tables without their indexes, the export will succeed. However, if the set contains indexes without their tables, the
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