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Unable to export schema fue to ORA 00092 get schema size info

Posted on 2011-03-21
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Hello Experts,

I am trying to export a DB schema but I am receiving ORA 00942 "get schema size info".

I need to backup a copy of a schema before reinstalling the HW. I have performed a cold backup but would still like to have a schema export done.

Google gives some ambigous explanation for this error and very little help on the steps to actually fix it.

Any help will be appreciated.

Regards


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by:Aaron Shilo
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hi

you LARGE_POOL_SIZE must be greater than LARGE_POOL_MIN_ALLOC

check the size of the  LARGE_POOL_MIN_ALLOC and set the  LARGE_POOL_SIZE
toa higher value.
 
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by:FABRICIO76
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Hello Ashilo,

I am increasing the memory setting and testing immediately.

Thanks

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by:FABRICIO76
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Hello Ashilo,

We are still seeing the same error, even after increasing the memory from a small sized template to a large.

Any further ideas?

Thanks
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by:Aaron Shilo
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hi

the error you display in the screenshot is an error
regarding the actual exsistance of the table .

1. are you using the owner of the table ?
2. use fully qualified names schemaname.objectname
3. make sure you have privileges to access the table.
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by:schwertner
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This means that the schema or the table doesn't exist in the database.
As mentioned over this could be typo, lack of privilige to access the schema/table, or even wrong database.
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gopisera earned 167 total points
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Yeah, Hoping this problem exists due to the privilege issue mainly.

Or run as an root user and check.
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by:FABRICIO76
ID: 35187457
Hello Experts,

Thank you for your help.

Indeed it was lack of privileges, I applied the following scripts and re tested succesfully.

I am splitting the points since all pin pointed that this could be privileges.

grant exp_full_database to myuser;
grant imp_full_database to myuser;
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