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Tempspace UDB V8 FP 10

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How large should tempspace be relative to the largest table in a
database to do reorgs? Does tempspace have to be at least twice the
size of the table being reorged. Assuming nothing is using tempspace at
the time other than a reorg on 1 table. It appears when the total of
used pages on that table is more than half the size of the Tempspace
file system, we get the disk full error. Has anyone else experienced
this? Table to reorg is DMS. Tempspace is SMS. With nothing running
execept the reorg, we've watch the file system used for tempspace grow
to 100% and fail with disk full error. We've even tried dropping all,
but 1 index on the table prior to reorging and still get the same

reorg table table index index allow read access use TEMPSPACE

Apr 24 '06 #1
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