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how we will know the size of archivelog destination..

if it is full what we will do ...?

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Wasim Akram Shaik earned 500 total points
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you can actually free up some space in the mount point if its full.

you can check the mountpoint size by using the command

df -h /mnt/u01/

where /mnt/u01 is the mount point in the file system..

if there is no space available in the mount point and if you dont have any provision to add any additional chunks, then you can change your archive log destination

how to change is shown in the  below link(both temporary and permanent)

http://shaharear.blogspot.in/2008/04/changing-archive-log-destination.html

alternatively you can take up back up of the existing archive log at some other place and can free up those which are older than a certain interval of time..
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Yes, it is found out,,
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