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You can also create a temporary tablespace group by specifying the same TABLESPACE GROUP clause in an ALTER TABLESPACE command, as shown here: SQL> ALTER TABLESPACE temp02 TABLESPACE GROUP tmpgrp1 Tablespace altered. SQL> The preceding statement will cause Oracle to create a new group named tmpgrp1, since there wasn t a prior temporary tablespace group with that name. If you specify a pair of quotes ('') for the tablespace group name, you are implicitly telling Oracle not to allocate that temporary tablespace to a tablespace group. Here s an example: SQL> CREATE TEMPORARY TABLESPACE temp02 TEMPFILE '/u01/oracle/oradata/temp02_01.dbf' TABLESPACE GROUP ''; SIZE 500M
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The preceding statement creates a temporary tablespace called temp02, which is a regular temporary tablespace and doesn t belong to a temporary tablespace group. If you completely omit the TABLESPACE GROUP clause, you ll create a regular temporary tablespace, which is not part of any temporary tablespace group: SQL> CREATE TEMPORARY TABLESPACE temp03 TEMPFILE '/u01/oracle/oradata/temp03_01.dbf' SIZE 500M; Tablespace created. SQL>
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As shown in the preceding section, you can add a temporary tablespace to a group by using the ALTER TABLESPACE command. You can also change which group a temporary tablespace belongs to by using the ALTER TABLESPACE command. For example, you can specify that the tablespace temp02 belongs to the tmpgrp2 group by issuing the following statement: SQL> ALTER TABLESPACE temp02 TABLESPACE GROUP tmpgrp2; The database will create a new group with the name tmpgrp2 if there is no such group already.
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You can use a temporary tablespace group as your default temporary tablespace for the database. If you issue the following statement, all users without a default tablespace can use any temporary tablespace in the tmpgrp1 group as their default temporary tablespaces: SQL> ALTER DATABASE DEFAULT TEMPORARY TABLESPACE tmpgrp1; The preceding ALTER DATABASE statement assigns all the tablespaces in tmpgrp1 as the default temporary tablespaces for the database.
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When you create new users, you can assign them to a temporary tablespace group instead of to the usual single temporary tablespace. Here s an example: SQL> CREATE USER salapati IDENTIFIED BY sammyy1 DEFAULT TABLESPACE users TEMPORARY TABLESPACE tmpgrp1; User created.
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SQL> Once you create a user, you can also use the ALTER USER statement to change the temporary tablespace group of the user. Here s a SQL statement that does this: SQL> ALTER USER salapati TEMPORARY TABLESPACE tmpgrp2;
Viewing Temporary Tablespace Group Information
You can use the new DBA_TABLESPACE_GROUPS data dictionary view to manage the temporary tablespace groups in your database. Here is a simple query on the view that shows the names of all tablespace groups: SQL> SELECT group_name, tablespace_name FROM dba_tablespace_groups; GROUP_NAME ---------TMPGRP1 SQL> TABLESPACE_NAME --------------TEMP01
You can also use the DBA_USERS view to find out which temporary tablespaces or temporary tablespace groups are assigned to each user. Here s an example: SQL> SELECT username, temporary_tablespace FROM dba_users; USERNAME -------SYS SYSTEM SAM SCOTT . . . SQL> TEMPORARY_TABLESPACE --------------------TEMP TEMP TMPGRP1 TEMP
Default Permanent Tablespaces
Prior to the Oracle Database 10g release, the System tablespace was the default permanent tablespace for any users you created if you neglected to assign the user to a default tablespace. As of Oracle Database 10g, you can create a default permanent tablespace to which a new user will be assigned if you don t assign a specific default tablespace when you create the user.
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You can t drop a default permanent tablespace without first creating and assigning another tablespace as the new default tablespace.
To find out what the current permanent tablespace for your database is, use the following query: SQL> SELECT property_value FROM database_properties WHERE property_name='DEFAULT_PERMANENT_TABLESPACE'; PROPERTY_VALUE --------------
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USERS SQL> You can create a default permanent tablespace when you first create a database, as shown here: CREATE DATABASE DATAFILE '/u01/app/oracle/test/system01.dbf' SIZE 500M SYSAUX DATAFILE '/u01/app/oracle/syaux01.dbf' SIZE 500M DEFAULT TABLESPACE users DATAFILE '/u01/app/oracle/users01.dbf' SIZE 250M . . . The previous CREATE DATABASE statement results in the creation of a default permanent tablespace named users, created by using the DEFAULT TABLESPACE clause (shown in the last two lines of the statement).
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