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You use the TEMPFILE clause, not the DATAFILE clause, when you allocate space to a temporary tablespace.
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It s common to create a single temporary tablespace (usually named Temp) for each database, but you can have multiple temporary tablespaces, which are part of a temporary tablespace group, if your database needs them to support heavy sorting operations. In order to drop a default temporary tablespace, you must first use the ALTER TABLESPACE command to create a new default tablespace for the database. You can then drop the previous default temporary tablespace like any other tablespace.
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Oracle recommends that you use a locally managed temporary tablespace with a 1MB uniform extent size as your default temporary tablespace.
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You can issue the ALTER TEMPORARY TABLESPACE statement to perform various temporary tablespace management tasks, including adding a tempfile to grow a temporary tablespace. Here s an example showing how you can make the temporary tablespace larger: SQL> ALTER TABLESPACE temp ADD TEMPFILE '/u01/app/oracle/tempfile/tempo3.dbf' size 1000M reuse; You can similarly use the following ALTER TABLESPACE command to resize a tempfile: SQL> ALTER DATABASE TEMPFILE '/u01/app/oracle/tempfile/temp03.dbf' RESIZE 200M; And you can use the following statement to drop a tempfile and remove the operating system file: SQL> ALTER DATABASE TEMPFILE '/u01/app/oracle/tempfile/temp03.dbf' DROP INCLUDING DATAFILES; When you drop a tempfile belonging to a temporary tablespace, the tablespace itself will remain in use. You can shrink a temporary tablespace, just as you can a normal tablespace. The following example shows how to issue the ALTER TABLESPACE statement to shrink a temporary tablespace: SQL> ALTER TABLESPACE temp SHRINK SPACE KEEP 500m;
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You may have to increase the size of a temporary tablespace to accommodate an unusually large job that makes use of the temporary tablespace. After the completion of the job, you can shrink the temporary tablespace using the clause SHRINK SPACE in an ALTER TABLESPACE statement. Here s an example: SQL> ALTER TABLESPACE temp SHRINK SPACE; Tablespace altered. SQL> The SHRINK SPACE clause will shrink all tempfiles to a minimum size, which is about 1MB. You can employ the KEEP clause to specify a minimum size for the tempfiles, as shown here: SQL> ALTER tablespace temp SHRINK SPACE KEEP 250m; Oracle uses a peculiar logic when shrinking tempfiles in a temporary tablespace. Let s say you have a temporary tablespace that contains two 1GB tempfiles. You issue a command to shrink the tablespace to 1GB, a shown here: SQL> ALTER TABLESPACE temp SHRINK SPACE KEEP 1000M; Tablespace altered. SQL> If you query the V$TEMPFILE view, you ll see this:
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SQL> SELECT file#, name, bytes/1024/1024 mb FROM v$tempfile; FILE# ----1 2 NAME -----------------------------------/u01/app/oracle/tempfile/temp01.dbf /u01/app/oracle/tempfile/temp02.dbf' MB --------999.9375 1.0625
The database shrinks one of the two tempfiles all the way down to 1MB and the other only by 1MB, leaving 999MB of space intact in that tempfile. If your goal is to shrink a particular tempfile down to a certain minimum, you can do so by specifying the name of the particular tempfile you want to shrink, as shown here: SQL> ALTER TABLESPACE temp SHRINK SPACE TEMPFILE tempfile '/u01/app/oracle/oradata/prod1/temp02.dbf' KEEP 100m; Tablespace altered. SQL> The ALTER TABLESPACE statement shown here shrinks just the tempfile you list by the amount you specify with the KEEP clause. It leaves the other tempfiles in the TEMP tablespace alone. The KEEP clause in the previous statement ensures that the tempfile I specify retains 500MB of space. The following example shows how to shrink a single tempfile without any specific retained space: SQL> ALTER TABLESPACE temp SHRINK tempfile '/u01/app/oracle/tempfile/temp03.dbf'; Since I didn t specify the KEEP clause in the previous statement, the database shrinks the tempfile I specified to the minimum possible size, which is about 1MB.
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