What is table space?

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  • Oct 13th, 2005

Tablespace is an logical storage structure at the highest level that stores all the data in datafiles.

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krishanu bardhan

  • Oct 22nd, 2005

Table-space is a physical concept.it has pages where the records of the database is stored with a logical perception of tables.so tablespace contains tables.

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  • Oct 25th, 2005

Data Base is divided into 2 or more logical structure known as table space. Each table space one or  more physical data file in the hard disk. 

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  • Oct 26th, 2005

A table space is a storage structure containing tables, indexes and large objects

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  • Oct 27th, 2005

A logical portion of a database used in allocating storage for table data and table indexes.

A tablespace is a logical structure that contains segments. Rollback, data, and index are the three types of segments created inside a tablespace. Each segment is made up of extents, and the extents are comprised of data blocks.

The system tablespace contains the data dictionary for the Oracle database.

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Dhayanand darshanala

  • Nov 3rd, 2005

Oracle internally creates some space to store all the tables. This is referred as " Table Space ".

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  • Nov 11th, 2005

In oracle data is stored in datafiles its contain the table space its logically to store the data in table space.there are system tablespace user tablespace to stored the user data ,undo table space  for undo and temporary table space for the index.

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  • Apr 12th, 2006

Collection of Blocks is called Extents

Collection of Extents is called Segments


Collection of Segments is called Table spaces.

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A tablespace is an area of disk, comprised of one or more disk files. It can contain tables, indexes or clusters. One or more tablespaces make up a database. It can get full as records are added to tables, but a DBA can expand the tablespace by adding files or extending the datafiles.

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  • Jun 9th, 2009

Table space is the logical storage area on which different users would have quota to create and maintain their objects and data.

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