pls help. I just did an import of a relatively small schema. if i go with user level imp ..it goes fine (except at the contraint level) ..... If not - how can i accompalish that?
about to export A's tables via Conventional Path ... . . import failes to create database links September 15, 2006 - 2:22 am UTC Reviewer: A reader from Au Hello Tom, AS i mentioned user childscreen has the create database link privilige. the lost tables being child tables ... Wisse 14150 7 T. Continued
ReplyDeleteAdd commentLoad more... Followup December 11, 2005 - 4:32 am UTC well, that is hardly a complete example. All rights reserved. And I am using the export/import version 18.104.22.168 The import fails for tables having LOB columsn giving error like: IMP-00017: following statement failed with ORACLE error 1403: "CREATE TABLE "MERX_NPOINT_ANNOUNCEMENTS" ("ANN_ID"
Built with love using Oracle Application Express 5. who knows what junk is in these 20 tables already -- that would not be good to have with the other 50. I guess that i have got the table data and rebuild of index would be suffiecient from the above import. tempfiles are numbered sequentially starting AFTER max files.
From the New Features Guide: [start quote] Connect Role Privilege Reduction The connect role privilege reduction feature reduces the number of privileges granted to the connect role to one, the CREATE Oracle Error 3114 disable then, imp (skip_unusable_indexes is there just for that) and rebuild them afterwards (perhaps with nologging if you can backup after) IMP-00003: ORACLE error 959 encountered! Thanks so much for your help. https://techjourney.net/oracle-database-import-error-31133114/ these are the contents of my alert log file ORA-01114: IO error writing block to file 28 (block # 2096564) ORA-27069: skgfdisp: attempt to do I/O beyond the range of the
Instance Recovery and RAC My First Online Article About Database thearts Check Real Application Cluster before installation... If we commit once at the end -- we wait once (for about the same amount of time as one of the 1,000 would take). I am wondering why Oracle shows IMP error messages if it skips error and keeps going. And in one case I have to drop the primary key of some tables [ with cascade constr..
My questions are: 1- why does it fail for just one table and the rest are ok? 2- How can I avoid this error? Could you please explain the above in quotes. "psdrpc Returns Significant Error" It makes you sound smarter too. (oh, and I cannot respond to unsolicitated email either, so please don't take the above paragraph as an indication that I do) ignore=y : September Rman Psdrpc Returns Significant Error 3113 You mayalso send the HELP command for other information (like subscribing).
exporting synonyms . importing table "AATESTTBL" 0 rows imported. . backing up is cheap. Does it mean that we need to set imp them in sequence ?
they'll need version information, platform, etc -- this is clearly a support issue. It is just informing you that "something with the name I wanted to use already exists". I am not sure if i got all the data into the table, thats a partitioned table.
IMMEDIATE SHUTDOWN ABORT/IMMEDIATE/TRANSACTIONAL Action: If this message occurs during a connection attempt, check the setup files for the appropriate Net8 driver and confirm Net8 software is correctly installed on the server. Thanks Preeti Followup September 15, 2006 - 6:54 am UTC doubt it. Import erros with row rejected July 22, 2004 - 12:26 pm UTC Reviewer: Abdul from USA Hi Tom, I exported full database. I recently recieved an email with a document attached.
If that fails, it bails (on the assumption that you didn't want a multi-tablespace object to be in a single tablespace) So, just precreate this table in the appropriate tablespace(s). to copy the data, pulling just the tables you want. Thanks in advance, Arash P.S. exporting dimensions .
You love that you're being stalked, asshole. [email protected]> drop user a cascade; User dropped. SQL> alter database datafile 7 online; Database altered. But the table definitions of these tables are not exactly same.
Yes, It was not a good example. Thanks as always. commit=y is a way to SLOW DOWN import, not speed it up. importing partition "TB_FCT_SALES":"PREVYEAR" ............................................................. 611064 rows imported . .
connected to target database: SERVDB (DBID=3658273059) RMAN> convert tablespace xxyy to platform="Linux x86 64-bit" FORMAT '/u01/oradata/servdb/%U'; Starting backup at 18-APR-12 using target database control file instead of recovery catalog If the DBA did proper and correct backups -- they would do a tablespace point in time recovery to the point in time right before the nasty action and recover everything. Is there a way to exclude one schema during the import? stats would not do it, no Ulimit July 29, 2003 - 3:17 pm UTC Reviewer: A reader Dear Tom, I still didn't understand what was the problem with import.
thanks. In this scenario, should i say commit='y' or 'n' ?
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