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I was trying to create a database using dbca
I am seeing an error like this How can I fix this....
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by:slightwv (䄆 Netminder)
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Error seems self-explanatory.  You are trying to create larger datafiles than you have free space on disk.

To fix this, reduce the size of some or all of your datafiles so they fit in the amount of free disk space you have.
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Alternatively, find and use another file system that has enough free capacity.
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run

df -g

and take a look at hom much free space /u10 has

then check what files can be removed to free up the space
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by:slightwv (䄆 Netminder)
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>>take a look at hom much free space /u10 has

*typo, /u01*

The message shows how much free space it has:  487424 KB.
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fine
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