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ORA-39171: Job is experiencing a resumable wait.

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Hi,
Please suggest me on this error.I am getting this error while importing the table from one database to another database.
Import sytax is this
*************************************************************************************************
impdp test/******* tables=audit_lo
gs directory=datapump_test dumpfile=audit_logs_test.dmp logfile=audit_logs_test.log
 remap_schema=audit_logs:report_audits table_exists_action=append
remap_tablespace=master_data:audit_rpt_data
*******************************************************************************************************



ORA-39171: Job is experiencing a resumable wait.
ORA-01653: unable to extend table REPORT_AUDITS.AUDIT_LOGS by 8192 in tablespace AUDIT_RPT_DATA
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Most likely your AUDIT_RPT_DATA tablespace is full.

You will either need to set autoextend on for a file or files, add a file, or extend an existing file.
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I already added the datafiles to audit_rpt_data but still i am getting this error
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After adding datafiles, it the processes getting further before it gets the error, or does it get the error immediately every time.
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every time i am getting same type error .After starting the import
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What is the result of these queries:

select file_id, blocks, autoextensible, maxblocks from dba_data_files where tablespace_name = 'AUDIT_RPT_DATA';

select file_id, sum(blocks) from dba_free_space where tablespace_name = 'AUDIT_RPT_DATA' group by file_id;


How large is the table that you are trying to import?
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hi

you should check the MAXEXTENTS parameter for the tablespace and table it seems that you reached the maximum.
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I do not believe this has to do with exceeding MAXEXTENTS.  If that were the case you should get ORA-01631.
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