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Subj:   Re: Database full when deleting rows
From:   nazy_gholizadeh

If you are deleting from a populated table, the transient journal (table in DBC) is populated with every row deleted. That will use space from DBC.

If space in DBC was low, and you are deleting lots of rows, you will fill up DBC and get the message "no more room in database".

Keep in mind that during that time you cannot explicitly add space to DBC.

You will need to delete something from a child database (for example under SYSDBA), so that DBC will inherit the space.

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