move DB objects from one table space to the other in multiple schemes improve performance

Hi,

Need your help.

Planning to move DB Objects from one table space to the other.  This table space is being used across different schemas in the same Oracledatabase.
How do I move DB objects.

This is a high priority issue.

Please help me
d27m11yAsked:
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slightwv (䄆 Netminder) Commented:
What object types?

If tables, pretty simple:
alter table some_table move tablespace new_tablespace;

Indexes, rebuild online in new tablespace.

As far as performance goes, what makes the new tablespace perform better?
d27m11yAuthor Commented:
How about CLOb and BLob
slightwv (䄆 Netminder) Commented:
Same alter table with a small syntax change.

alter table some_table move lob(lob_column) store as (tablespace new_tablespace);

This moves both the lob segment and lob index.

There is an example in the documentation:
http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E11882_01/server.112/e25494/tables.htm#ADMIN11003
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d27m11yAuthor Commented:
do we have to consider iot_type is null and iot_type not null  with partitioned = 'NO' when we select tables. Please advise
slightwv (䄆 Netminder) Commented:
null and not null are constraints.  They shouldn't be affected by tablespaces.

I don't know what partitioned='NO' means but I'm guessing it means the table is not partitioned.  If it isn't, then no need to worry about it.

If it is partitioned and each partition has it's own tablespace then the move commands will likely have no effect on the location of the actual data.

You will just have to set up a test on your development server and try it.
d27m11yAuthor Commented:
Am a bit confused here. If each partition is in a different table space, I have to write separate scripts for the tables that are partitioned in different tablespaces. Is that right ?
slightwv (䄆 Netminder) Commented:
I've not done much with partitioning.  

I know that you can set up a different tablespace per partition.
I know you can tell a CLOB to be stored in a specific tablespace.

How that is handled when you combine the two, I have no idea.

I would suggest setting up a quick and simple test case and see.

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d27m11yAuthor Commented:
Thank you !
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