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How to Alter Oracle SYSTEM Tablespace max_size

Posted on 2013-06-12
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Hi Experts,
I am not DBA that's why please help me.

When I executed the following command, I am getting (NULL) value on MAX_SIZE for SYSTEM (Tablepace_name) and Manual entry on Segment_space_management column.

Could you please help me how to increase the Max_size for system and change Auto for Segment_space_management columns.


"Select * from DBA_TABLESPACE;

This is my SYSTEM DATAFILE  D:\ORACLE\ORADATA\CISDW\SYSTEM01.DBF

Thanks.
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You cannot set AUTO for segment_space_management for the system tablespace.

To change the size:
alter tablespace SYSTEM default STORAGE(maxsize unlimited);
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Thanks for your quick reply.
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