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Oracle and UNIX don't agree on file size [message #97019] Tue, 23 October 2001 15:15 Go to next message
Dan Beeler
Messages: 1
Registered: October 2001
Junior Member
I need some help. I have a database running Oracle database and we changed some unused data files from 2 GB to 500 MB. The only problem is that the OS still shows them as taking up 2 GB. Can someone help? I listed the specifics as well as the output from the UNIX server.

Oracle version: 7.3.4
Operating System: Solaris 2.6
Hardware: Clustered E3500s
Cluster Software: Veritas
File system: UFS
Volume Manager: Veritas 3.4

Server output:

According to oracle, the following datafile is allocated at 488M:
-rw-r----- 1 oracle dba 2097160192 Oct 21 18:37 .sf2kdata1_1.dbf

So is it oracle or operating system? One of them doesn't want to give it up!

Thanks for you help!

Dan Beeler

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Re: Oracle and UNIX don't agree on file size [message #97022 is a reply to message #97019] Wed, 24 October 2001 06:16 Go to previous message
Ben
Messages: 48
Registered: January 2000
Member
Dan,

Oracle doesn't give up. The resolution is to reboot your database.

Ben

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