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Status Future consideration
Created by Guest
Created on Mar 12, 2019

IIAS-Automate 'Alter tablespace <TBS_NAME> reduce max'

Currently IIAS allows for auto  table maintenance  . But we request to automate  'Alter tablespace <TBS_NAME> reduce max' ,so that  space  released back  to the space system .

Current we need to run it manually and its taking run long time . Our request is to automate the reclaiming the space for  more than one table space.

  • Guest
    Jul 3, 2019

    But we don't have crontab in IIAS, that means we need to schedule anything from a Linux VM. In addition to that dbsql is not working from client machine. 

  • Guest
    Jun 2, 2019

    Perhaps a cron job or daily maintenance job run to do this.