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AUTOEXTEND

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Sorry to post the same question again .. last time when I sent I =
received a couple of mails with some error messages .. so, not sure if =
my question was posted ...
Here we go again ..

Hi,=20

I have a couple of questions, and really appreciate your help ...

How can I find out if a data file is set to auto-extend without looking =
in my.cnf file? i.e... is there any variable that stores this =
information inside a database that I can query?
I need the table_name & table_type of all the tables in a instance (to =
run check table). Is there a way I can get that info from a single =
query? If not, what's the best way to get that info?

Thankx in advance,
SB

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