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How To Extend Table space on oracle

How To Extend Table space on oracle on Linux

Table of Contents

  1. Check the table space before extend
  2. Using SAP GUI
  3. Check Using SQL on OS and select the datafiles of tablespaces.
  4. Extend Table space on oracle.
  5. Login in to the console from <orasid> user.
  6. Run brtools with following options.
  7. Verify the extended table-space.
  8. Though SAP GUI
  9. Check Using SQL on OS and select the datafiles of tablespaces.

Summary

The purpose is this document is to show how to extend a database table space using BRTOOLS in LINUX environment and then verify whether the in the new data file has been added correctly or not. The

The Document will guide to use: Commands and GUI usage for particular task.

Applies to SAP Netweaver R/3 System

Author:                Priyashantha Fernando

Company:           CPSTL – Sri Lanka

Created on:        26 June 2012

Check the table space before extend Using SAP GUI

Use TCODE DB02 and check the database size. [The Total size is 293.97 GB]

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Use tcode DB02 select the tablespace which is intend to extend. Eg: PSAPSR3

[= PSAPSR3]

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It shows the last datafile as the sr3.data18.

Check Using SQL on OS and select the datafiles of tablespaces.

Login to SQL from the user <oraSID>

Erppi1# su orapi1

erppi1:orapi1 54>

erppi1:orapi1 53> sqlplus / as sysdba

SQL>

SQL> select file_name from dba_data_files;

Then It will display datafiles till the last.

Eg : /oracle/PI1/sapdata4/sr3_18/sr3.data18

Extend Table space on oracle Login in to the console from <orasid> user

Log in to the operating system with a user who has authorize for Oracle DBA and then run the command BRTOOLS.

Erppi1# su orapi1

erppi1:orapi1 54>

Run brtools with following options

Run brtools and then follow the following steps.

erppi1:orapi1 54> brtools

BR0651I BRTOOLS 7.00 (32)

BR0280I BRTOOLS time stamp: 2012-06-26 09.51.52

BR0656I Choice menu 1 – please make a selection

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BR*Tools main menu

1 = Instance management

2 – Space management

3 – Segment management

4 – Backup and database copy

5 – Restore and recovery

6 – Check and verification

7 – Database statistics

8 – Additional functions

9 – Exit program

Standard keys: c – cont, b – back, s – stop, r – refr, h – help

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BR0662I Enter your choice:

2

BR0280I BRTOOLS time stamp: 2012-06-26 09.51.56

BR0663I Your choice: ‘2’

BR0280I BRTOOLS time stamp: 2012-06-26 09.51.56

BR0656I Choice menu 5 – please make a selection

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Database space management

1 = Extend tablespace

2 – Create tablespace

3 – Drop tablespace

4 – Alter tablespace

5 – Alter data file

6 – Move data file

7 – Additional space functions

8 – Reset program status

Standard keys: c – cont, b – back, s – stop, r – refr, h – help

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BR0662I Enter your choice:

1

BR0280I BRTOOLS time stamp: 2012-06-26 09.51.56

BR0663I Your choice: ‘1’

BR0280I BRTOOLS time stamp: 2012-06-26 09.51.56

BR0657I Input menu 81 – please check/enter input values

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BRSPACE options for tablespace extension

1 – BRSPACE profile (profile) …… [initPI1.sap]

2 – Database user/password (user) .. [/]

3 ~ Tablespace name (tablespace) … []

4 – Confirmation mode (confirm) …. [yes]

5 – Scrolling line count (scroll) .. [20]

6 – Message language (language) …. [E]

7 – BRSPACE command line (command) . [-p initPI1.sap -s 20 -l E -f tsextend]

Standard keys: c – cont, b – back, s – stop, r – refr, h – help

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BR0662I Enter your choice:

c

BR0280I BRTOOLS time stamp: 2012-06-26 09.52.04

BR0663I Your choice: ‘c’

BR0259I Program execution will be continued…

BR0291I BRSPACE will be started with options ‘-p initPI1.sap -s 20 -l E -f tsextend’

BR0280I BRTOOLS time stamp: 2012-06-26 09.52.04

BR0670I Enter ‘c[ont]’ to continue, ‘b[ack]’ to go back, ‘s[top]’ to abort:

c

BR0280I BRTOOLS time stamp: 2012-06-26 09.52.11

BR0257I Your reply: ‘c’

BR0259I Program execution will be continued…

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BR1001I BRSPACE 7.00 (32)

BR1002I Start of BRSPACE processing: seivvhdr.tse 2012-06-26 09.52.11

BR0484I BRSPACE log file: /oracle/PI1/sapreorg/seivvhdr.tse

BR0280I BRSPACE time stamp: 2012-06-26 09.52.11

BR1009I Name of database instance: PI1

BR1010I BRSPACE action ID: seivvhdr

BR1011I BRSPACE function ID: tse

BR1012I BRSPACE function: tsextend

BR0280I BRSPACE time stamp: 2012-06-26 09.52.11

BR0656I Choice menu 301 – please make a selection

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Tablespace extension main menu

1 = Extend tablespace

2 – Show tablespaces

3 – Show data files

4 – Show disk volumes

5 * Exit program

6 – Reset program status

Standard keys: c – cont, b – back, s – stop, r – refr, h – help

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BR0662I Enter your choice:

c

BR0280I BRSPACE time stamp: 2012-06-26 09.52.23

BR0663I Your choice: ‘c’

BR0259I Program execution will be continued…

BR0280I BRSPACE time stamp: 2012-06-26 09.52.24

BR0658I List menu 302 – please select one entry

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List of tablespaces for extension

  1. Pos. Tablespace    Files/AuExt.   Total[KB] Used[%]    Free[KB]  MaxSize[KB]

  1 – PSAPSR3          18/18      175484928     96.07 6901376    176291840

  2 – PSAPSR3700        9/9        88948736     87.78 10866112     88948736

  3 – PSAPSR3USR        1/1          389120     95.82 16256     10240000

  4 – PSAPTEMP          1/0         2048000      0.00 2048000      2048000

  5 – PSAPUNDO          1/1         7987200      0.00 7987136     10240000

  6 – SYSAUX            1/1          634880     89.99 63552     10240000

  7 – SYSTEM            1/1          921600     98.41 14656     10240000

Standard keys: c – cont, b – back, s – stop, r – refr, h – help

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BR0662I Enter your selection:

1

BR0280I BRSPACE time stamp: 2012-06-26 09.52.27

BR0663I Your selection: ‘1’

BR0280I BRSPACE time stamp: 2012-06-26 09.52.27

BR0657I Input menu 303 – please check/enter input values

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Options for extension of tablespace PSAPSR3 (1. file)

1 * Last added file name (lastfile) ……. [/oracle/PI1/sapdata4/sr3_18/sr3.data18]

2 * Last added file size in MB (lastsize) . [9216]

3 – New file to be added (file) ……….. [/oracle/PI1/sapdata4/sr3_19/sr3.data19]

4 ~ Raw disk / link target (rawlink) …… []

5 – Size of the new file in MB (size) ….. [9216]

6 – File autoextend mode (autoextend) ….. [yes]

7 ? Maximum file size in MB (maxsize) ….. []

8 – File increment size in MB (incrsize) .. [20]

9 – SQL command (command) …………….. [alter tablespace PSAPSR3 add datafile ‘/oracle/PI1/sapdata4/sr3_19/sr3.data19’ size 9216M autoextend on next 20M maxsize M]

Standard keys: c – cont, b – back, s – stop, r – refr, h – help

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BR0662I Enter your choice:

5

BR0280I BRSPACE time stamp: 2012-06-26 09.57.52

BR0663I Your choice: ‘5’

BR0280I BRSPACE time stamp: 2012-06-26 09.57.52

BR0682I Enter integer value for “size” (1-32767) [9216]:

9216

BR0280I BRSPACE time stamp: 2012-06-26 09.57.59

BR0683I New value for “size”: ‘9216’

BR0280I BRSPACE time stamp: 2012-06-26 09.57.59

BR0657I Input menu 303 – please check/enter input values

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Options for extension of tablespace PSAPSR3 (1. file)

1 * Last added file name (lastfile) ……. [/oracle/PI1/sapdata4/sr3_18/sr3.data18]

2 * Last added file size in MB (lastsize) . [9216]

3 – New file to be added (file) ……….. [/oracle/PI1/sapdata4/sr3_19/sr3.data19]

4 ~ Raw disk / link target (rawlink) …… []

5 – Size of the new file in MB (size) ….. [9216]

6 – File autoextend mode (autoextend) ….. [yes]

7 ? Maximum file size in MB (maxsize) ….. []

8 – File increment size in MB (incrsize) .. [20]

9 – SQL command (command) …………….. [alter tablespace PSAPSR3 add datafile ‘/oracle/PI1/sapdata4/sr3_19/sr3.data19’ size 9216M autoextend on next 20M maxsize M]

Standard keys: c – cont, b – back, s – stop, r – refr, h – help

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BR0662I Enter your choice:

7

BR0280I BRSPACE time stamp: 2012-06-26 09.58.19

BR0663I Your choice: ‘7’

BR0280I BRSPACE time stamp: 2012-06-26 09.58.19

BR0682I Enter integer value for “maxsize” (0-32767) []:

9216

BR0280I BRSPACE time stamp: 2012-06-26 09.58.24

BR0683I New value for “maxsize”: ‘9216’

BR0280I BRSPACE time stamp: 2012-06-26 09.58.24

BR0657I Input menu 303 – please check/enter input values

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Options for extension of tablespace PSAPSR3 (1. file)

1 * Last added file name (lastfile) ……. [/oracle/PI1/sapdata4/sr3_18/sr3.data18]

2 * Last added file size in MB (lastsize) . [9216]

3 – New file to be added (file) ……….. [/oracle/PI1/sapdata4/sr3_19/sr3.data19]

4 ~ Raw disk / link target (rawlink) …… []

5 – Size of the new file in MB (size) ….. [9216]

6 – File autoextend mode (autoextend) ….. [yes]

7 – Maximum file size in MB (maxsize) ….. [9216]

8 – File increment size in MB (incrsize) .. [20]

9 – SQL command (command) …………….. [alter tablespace PSAPSR3 add datafile ‘/oracle/PI1/sapdata4/sr3_19/sr3.data19’ size 9216M autoextend on next 20M maxsize 9216M]

Standard keys: c – cont, b – back, s – stop, r – refr, h – help

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BR0662I Enter your choice:

c

BR0280I BRSPACE time stamp: 2012-06-26 09.58.30

BR0663I Your choice: ‘c’

BR0259I Program execution will be continued…

BR0280I BRSPACE time stamp: 2012-06-26 09.58.30

BR1091I Next data file can be specified now

BR0675I Do you want to perform this action?

BR0676I Enter ‘y[es]’ to perform the action, ‘n[o]/c[ont]’ to skip it, ‘s[top]’ to abort:

c

BR0280I BRSPACE time stamp: 2012-06-26 09.59.30

BR0257I Your reply: ‘c’

BR0678I The action will be skipped…

BR0259I Program execution will be continued…

BR0280I BRSPACE time stamp: 2012-06-26 09.59.30

BR0370I Directory /oracle/PI1/sapreorg/seivvhdr created

BR0280I BRSPACE time stamp: 2012-06-26 09.59.33

BR0319I Control file copy created: /oracle/PI1/sapreorg/seivvhdr/cntrlPI1.old 31211520

BR0280I BRSPACE time stamp: 2012-06-26 09.59.33

BR0370I Directory /oracle/PI1/sapdata4/sr3_19 created

BR0280I BRSPACE time stamp: 2012-06-26 09.59.33

BR1088I Extending tablespace PSAPSR3…

Verify the extended table-space

Though SAP GUI

Use DB02 and then refresh to get oracle space statistics.

Then select OK to confirm the action.

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Then Check the status thorugh the DB02 and database size.

[New Size is 302.97 GB]

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Then check the extended tablespace and added datafile.

[= PSAPSR3] Then

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[New datafile has been added as sr3.data19 ]

Check Using SQL on OS and select the datafiles of tablespaces.

Login to SQL from the user <oraSID>

Check Using SQL on OS and select the datafiles of tablespaces.

Login to SQL from the user <oraSID>

Erppi1# su orapi1

erppi1:orapi1 54>

erppi1:orapi1 53> sqlplus / as sysdba

SQL>

SQL> select file_name from dba_data_files;

Then It will display datafiles till the last.

Eg : /oracle/PI1/sapdata4/sr3_18/sr3.data18

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