Why DELETE is bad? In Oracle, when it comes to deleting ** A L L ** the data from a table (clearing the contents of a staging table for example), using a DELETE statement is the most inefficient choice. Here are some reasons why DELETE is bad It uses UNDO It uses REDO It fires … Continue reading Oracle – TRUNCATE vs DELETE – Spoiler: TRUNCATE Wins & Why? Hours vs Seconds!
Developers don't care about TABLESPACEs! Developers mostly don't care about where their tables go in terms of TABLESPACEs or other sizing parameters. They just script out an existing table, replace a few things and they are done. This ends up creating a mess where ALL objects are in a single TABLESPACE. DBA's on the other … Continue reading Oracle – Move Tables/Indexes/LOB’s To Another Tablespace In Parallel Using DBMS_SCHEDULER