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How to move oracle 10g database to other location/partiton in in windows 2003 server?

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How to move oracle 10g database to other location/partiton in in windows 2003 server?

we have dbf file in d: partition that has no enough space, is there any way to relocate this dbf file to other partiton?

Please advise.

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Sure.  Bring the db down cleanly; copy the dbf's to your new target; mount the instance; alter the database by moving the datafiles to their new location; bounce the database.  Do you need specifics or do you have access to the syntax?
 
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I am preety new to oracl; can you provide me the procedure?

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