José Luis Matute. Running onstat -t this corresponds to the second to last row output. I think in total I had allocated no more than 75 extents. It's basically an SQL interface for the partition headers in the instance.In version 11.50 this slot should occupy 100 bytes. weblink
It would vary with the table structure for example. Also, make sure you tune the BUFFERPOOL parameter for the new dbspace page size. Then reload the data into the table. Uma coisa que preocupa qualquer DBA Informix Ã© o nÃºmero de extents das suas tabelas. http://www-01.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=swg21395852
minos1 View Public Profile Find all posts by minos1 Sponsored Links #2 30th January 2004, 21:43 Brendan Shine Senior Member Join Date: Oct 2001 Location: Washington Posts: 129 There are two indices defined for the > table. This will allow your table to keep growing.
However, smart large objects are handled differently than simple large objects in the application development. There is a special partition in every dbspace (tablespace tablespace) that holds every partition headers from that dbspace. Re-create the table, specifying a first-extent size sufficient to hold all its current data and a next-extent size between one-fourth and one-sixteenth its current size. The question was how many rows can we insert?
However, should these values not be close to 16,777,215 then it's likely that the table has already allocated a high number of smaller extents (logical grouping of data or index pages). The most likely root cause will be that one or both these values have been realized. Running onstat -t this corresponds to the > second to last row output. > > Tblspaces > n address flgs ucnt tblnum physaddr npages nused npdata > nrows nextns resident > i thought about this each extent around 999880 pages.
Indeed, this is what happened. have a peek at these guys Forum New Posts Today's Posts FAQ Calendar Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Quick Links View Site Leaders dBforums Database Server Software Informix Error: 136 No more extents If this is your Use the chunk number from step 2 and the ON-Monitor or ON-Monitor Chunks display to determine the dbspace, then add a new chunk to that dbspace. This used to be a problem.
Para explicar isto temos de nos debruÃ§ar de forma mais detalhada na estrutura fÃsica de um dbspace e tabela. I have 40 dbspaces each 2Gb, naturally enough 30 are full, 5 are at around 50% and 5 are completely empty so I have approximately 13Gb free in the instance. The DB_LIBRARY_PATH!!! check over here Shouldn't the > table allocate space in chunk 47 for the next extent, or is there some > other problem? > > Thanks, > Steve Neil Truby Guest September 29th,06:09 PM
Unload the table data to a flat file. Reply With Quote 01-04-05,05:18 #4 daljit_reck View Profile View Forum Posts Registered User Join Date Dec 2004 Location India Posts 4 I have found the problem. Expected data is around 50 GB.
Either not enough disk space is available in the dbspace, or the table has been given the maximum number of extents that is allowed, or the maximum number of pages has If you are still seeking a solution, please respond ... But for that it would require some free space in the partition header. A partition (a table has one or more partitions) has one or more extents.Before I go on, and to give you some comparison I'd like to tell you about some feedback
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The dbspace has chunks of size 2GB. The maximum page size is 16k, which, in our example, means that only about 890,000 rows can be inserted. 2. The error code in the online doentation suggests checking the partnum field for this table in the systables ... This is understandable as the max size of an extent is limited by the chunk size.
Well, here is the deal - you have maxed out your pages (16 million is it). Should you reach this page limit, you have a number of options: 1. The time now is 17:41. In order to find out whether blob pages count as data pages, we have created a 100GB-sized chunk.
If the dbspace you are loading data into had tables before it's quite possible that the free space within could be very fragmented.