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Oracle database growth size

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  1. Niall Litchfield says:

    I can see that that might well be an appropriate query for an Amazon database – assuming that you use fixed datafile sizes for ease of allocation/automation etc (and if you are that controlled I’d probably be recording growth in a management system elsewhere anyway ). But in general that gives you the “current” size in GB of datafiles added in each of those months. As soon as you allow datafiles to autoextend then the result of that query isn’t really meaningful as a measure of monthly database growth.

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