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Message Posted: Fri, 06 Apr 2007 @ 22:06:25 GMT

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Subj:   Re: Non-default DATABLOCK SIZE
From:   Victor Sokovin

  I am looking to find tables with Non-Default DATABLOCKSIZE defined in our EDW.  

  I was trying to do this through the DBC views, but I cant find a good way to do this.  

  The RequestText field in DBC.TVM sometimes captures this if the create table statement was the last DDL on the table,  

  But if there was an alter table or an NUSI created, I lose the DDL specifying the Non-Default DATABLOCKSIZE.  

  I have dug through documentation and cannot find a way to do this yet.  

  Is there a utility or another DBC view/table I can use to find the DATABLOCKSIZE for every table?  

There are a few similar threads in the archives of this Forum. For non-default values of the parameter, SHOW TABLE should return them. You can issue the command for all the tables you are interested in and then search for DATABLOCKSIZE. The alternative is SHOWBLOCKS of the 'ferret' utility.



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