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How will we find out freespace required from threshold and available space.
What is the formula for that? in a Aix Sunsolaris environment.
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I'm afraid we cannot answer this based on what you provided.

How do you define freespace?

If could mean free space on a mounted file system.
It could mean unallocated space on a disk volume.

Since most of your questions are Oracle related:
It could mean free space in an Oracle tablespace.
   --sub category: unallocated space versus allocated but unused extents?


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