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What need to be done if the sysaux tablespace is 98% full.
How they will impact the performance .
Is there any other bad impact.
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Yes, in MANY of your other questions from your MANY previous accounts, I have suggested you refer to the documentation.

99% of the time, that is what you need to get the answer.

>>What need to be done if the sysaux tablespace is 98% full.

Is autoextend turned on?  If so, do nothing.

If not, what is the "bad impact" of a tablespace filling up?

Before you ask, finding out if autoextend is turned on can be found in the docs.
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Good comment
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