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Help to Move Oracle Database files to another Drive

Posted on 2008-10-29
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I have an Oracle 10g (10.1.0.2.0) database with all database files on the d drive which is now becoming full, I want to move the DBF files to the e drive which as more free space.

I only have basic knowledge on Oracle and do not know where to start with this one.

Any help is appreciated.
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What about moving the CTL and LOG files would this be done in the sme way?
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Hi Brum07, the answer is found in the second hyperlink from Angel Eyes.
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Excellent, Thanks
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Thanks dvz, missed that.
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