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Posted Jul 31, 2006

Recreate Temp File Automatically

By DatabaseJournal.com Staff



>>Script Language and Platform: Oracle 9i
This script is designed with an intention of recreating the temp files automatically. This script will first create a temp file of its own, then it will drop the existing overloaded tempfile. After that it will recreate a new fresh tempfile in the same location with the same name of the datafile and even with same name of temp tablespace. It doesn't matter if there is more than one tempfile; in that case it will consider only the tempfile with max size. Now a condition is given in the code that it will recreate the tempfile only if it has already grown up to or more than three GB. If You wish to recreate a temp file with any size, then use a different version of the code.

Author: Anirban Dey


Download Script:
auto_temp.sql


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