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Figure 15 28: Menu for moving or renaming the data files of a tablespace. Because the file allocation is stored in the database file scheme (the control files), moving or renaming data files is considered a structural change; therefore, a backup of at least the related tablespace is necessary after performing this operation. In this menu, select the tablespace from which you want to move the data files using option a Tablespace. Enter s for starting the operation; this will guide you through the whole reorganization process. It will show warnings if it detects any problems. The logs for this operation carry the rmv extension. The system will perform the following functions: In the preparatory phase, the new data files are defined using the user supplied parameters for the new data file paths. It generates the SQL and shell scripts plus the restart file. It will also make a check to see whether there is sufficient storage space for the data files in the chosen paths. To perform this operation, the database must not be open. Therefore, the first thing the program performs in the main phase is to try to put the database into a mount stage. To do that, it will issue a shutdown immediate command to stop the database and then a startup mount. Then, it will create the new data files and directories as well as delete the old files as well as directories if they do not contain any other files. If necessary, it will perform the renaming of files. Finally, it will save the old and new control files and open the database.
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You might need to restart a reorganization, either because a simple error occurred or you decided to perform the reorganization at a later time. Sometime it might be useful to perform reorganizations up to the preparation phase, where all the scripts have been generated and then perform all reorganizations in a row at a more convenient time. However, in serious error situations, it is better to repeat the whole process instead of restarting it. If an error has occurred, you have to solve the problem before restarting the reorganization. Depending on what the error situation is and at what point of the reorganization the error happened, if the error is serious, you would do better to reset the database to its initial status before the reorganization. If the error happened in the preparation phase when generating the scripts, nothing has really been altered in the database, so you can solve the problem and start over. Here, restart is not possible because some scripts might be missing. 560
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Restarting a Reorganization However, if the error took place after the export phase and the process already has dropped (deleted) database objects (tables, indexes, tablespaces, etc.), you cannot repeat the process from the beginning. Instead, you have to solve the problem and perform the restart process. Remember that if the problem seems serious (refer to your Oracle error reference guide and SAPnet notes), you would do well to reset the database to its initial status by recovering from a backup or from a consistent export file. Then report your problem to SAP. Before restarting a reorganization, look up the log file generated for the reorganization operation. The log files have the name <timestamp>.<ext>, where <timestamp> is the date and time the operation was performed and <ext> is the extension for the type of reorganization. Look up possible extensions in Table 15 2. You can find log files either from the Show / Cleanup function within sapdba or by manually searching for the file in the sapreorg/<timestamp> directory. Check these files for warnings or error messages. If there are any, you should analyze them and solve the problems before proceeding. After the log has been checked, you can restart a reorganization by selecting option r from the main reorganization menu within sapdba. Figure 15 29 shows the restart menu.
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Figure 15 29: The restart reorganization menu. As a default, option b Restart subdirectory includes the <timestamp> directory corresponding to the last reorganization operation performed, if it finds one. When this occurs, it also shows a short description in an additional function line. If this is not the function you want, select option b and enter your reorganization subdirectory. You can then show the functions to be performed with the restart file by selecting option p Show restart plan. The system will display the scripts to be executed. If you agree with the plan, you can proceed by selecting s Restart or t Restart in batch. The system will then proceed as in the main phase of the particular reorganization type. Restart files have the format restart.<ext>, where the file extension <ext> indicates the function and reorganization type of the scripts. For the list of possible functions during the reorganization, refer to Table 15 2. The restart files contain the right ordered scripts that are required for performing the reorganization, as well as some script indicators that indicate if the scripts have already been successfully processed or not. Note that you should not change the order of the scripts, since it will alter the whole reorganization flow. The possible script indicators are as follows: 561
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Exporting and Importing Database Objects Y. The script has been processed successfully. N. The script has not yet been processed or has failed. This is the normal indicator when reorganization has not been started. S. This indicator might appear only for import scripts, which have been started but could not be successfully processed by sapdba due to an unexpected error. This is an intermediate stage when processing import scripts. When a reorganization takes places, at its main phase, all the scripts that have the N indicator are processed. When they are successfully finished, its status is changed to Y. For import phases, the system sets the intermediate S indicator until the import is completely and successfully finished. If the import did not run successfully and sapdba finds the S indicator, then it will delete the contents of all the tables that were already imported and resets the indicator to N so it can be processed again after solving the problem that caused the error. Restart options are also available for the export/import procedures in another sapdba menu.
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