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Oracle Tutorials - Relation between Database and Tablespaces
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How a Database Is Related to Tablespaces?
A database's data is collectively stored in the datafiles that constitute each
tablespace of the database. For example, the simplest Oracle database would have
one tablespace and one datafile. Another database can have three tablespaces, each
consisting of two datafiles (for a total of six datafiles).
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- What Is an Oracle Tablespace?
- What Is an Oracle Data File?
- How a Tablespace Is Related to Data Files?
- How a Database Is Related to Tablespaces?
- How To View Tablespaces in the Current Database?
- What Are the Predefined Tablespaces in a Database?
- How To View Data Files in the Current Database?
- How To Create a New Oracle Data File?
- How To Create a New Tablespace?
- How To Rename a Tablespace?
- How To Drop a Tablespace?
- What Happens to Data Files If a Tablespace Is Dropped?
- How To Create a Table in a Specific Tablespace?
- How To See Free Space of Each Tablespace?
- How To Bring a Tablespace Offline?
- How To Bring a Tablespace Online?
- How To Add Another Datafile to a Tablespace?
- What Happens If You Lost a Data File?
- How Remove Data Files before Opening a Database?