|Partitioning an Existing Table using DBMS_REDEFINITION - This article presents a simple method for partitioning an existing table using the DBMS_REDEFINITION package.|
Daniel said...Just to say hellow!
Shahid Farooq said...It is good article, I suggest to complete this article by adding other features like split, merge and delete partitions examples.
Rakesh Verma said...Good article
JB said...excellent article, now i have to try on the real table
Derek said...Thanks for this, exactly what I'm needing to do for our prod databases. Very useful!
I can say only one word " WOW"
Thanks a lot ..
Jeff said...Exactly what I was looking for. Complete and concise. Thanks.
Manjit Kumar said...Precise & to the point writing
Peter said...One quirk - you need to recompile all objects referencing 'BIG_TABLE', e.g. with utl_recomp
Aryan said...One query - Can the dbms_redefinition package be used for tables having no Primary Keys.
What will happen to the db_links do we need to create them.If Yes then at what point?
(Provided I'm using Oracle 9i Database)
Adarsh Kumar DBA said...Nice Article , I think Adding Index before the synch is good idea because if you synch before and Add index later the Index may take longer time to build and table will again be out of synch
Mike Alex, said...very Nice article
Tim... said...Building an index on a full table is usually quicker than doing index maintenance while building a table.
Each to their own. :)
Debbie Sams said...It's a great article but I don't know if I can use the info since it doesn't reference a particular Oracle version and it isn't even dated, nor are the comments ????
This method has been available since Oracle 9i. Of course, the simple solution to your question would have been to run the same code. It would have taken you 2 minutes.
DO NOT ask technical questions here, that's what my forum is for!
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