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Oracle 10g Capacity Limits

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hi,

can someone please provide the maximum capacity specifications for Oracle 10g please. eg. max file size, max number of objects in the DB.

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See this link for 10g Release 2

https://dpt-info.u-strasbg.fr/doc/oracle/server.102/b14237/limits.htm#i287876

Often when talking of limits - Oracle will refer to an Operating System limit rather than specifying a limit in their product.

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JJ



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