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How will find the space occupied by individual schema in a database........
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by:sdstuber
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select sum(bytes) from  dba_segments where owner = 'YOUR_SCHEMA'
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by:tonydba
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I want to list out everything in one query.........
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sdstuber earned 2000 total points
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I have no idea what you mean by that, but here are some guesses.

SELECT segment_name, bytes, segment_type
  FROM dba_segments
 WHERE owner = 'YOUR_SCHEMA';

if you want multiple schemas

SELECT owner, segment_name, bytes, segment_type
  FROM dba_segments
ORDER BY owner;

you can also sum by schema

  SELECT owner,SUM(bytes)
    FROM dba_segments
GROUP BY owner;

or sum by schema and type

  SELECT owner, segment_type, SUM(bytes)
    FROM dba_segments
GROUP BY owner, segment_type
ORDER BY owner, segment_type;
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by:tonydba
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Thank you for your support.
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