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Partitioning in Oracle. What? Why? When? Who? Where? How?


Pavi has produced an article for Oracle DBAs interested in finding ways of partitioning the tables as well showing a new form of partitioning using Oracle 9i.

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By: Pavi Agrawal
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June 05, 2003
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  1. · Partitioning in Oracle. What? Why? When? Who? Where? How?
  2. · Partitioning in Oracle
  3. · Conclusion

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Partitioning greatly enhances the performance, manageability and availability of most databases. Partitioning can be applied to any databases and software shops using such a great option, have greatly improved the user satisfaction for there business applications.

I hope this overview of partitioning will provide some answers to What? When? Who? Where ? Why and How? of partitioning in Oracle. 

For detailed syntax and documentation refer to Oracle documentation. This article does not claim to provide a full understanding or the partitioning feature in oracle. Oracle has been modifying this feature with new releases. So lot more to come. Watch out.


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