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Is Storage Capacity Planner available inOracle 10g?

Hello,

I am using Oracle 10g and have configured OEM grid control. I am
searching for some tool like Capacity Planner which was present in
Oracle 9i OEM as a part of Oracle EM9i Management Packs.
Somewhere I read on metalink, that the package is not yet supported
(available) in 10g and will be introduced later. Is this true? If its
not supported are there any other tools or facilities available for
STORAGE CAPACITY PLANNING?

Thanks and Regards,
Shailesh
Jul 19 '05 #1
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