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Oracle10g New Cross-Platform Transportable Tablespaces

A transportable tablespace allows you to quickly move a subset of an Oracle database from one Oracle database to another. However, in the previous release of Oracle server, you can only move a tablespace across Oracle databases within the same platform.

Oracle 10g is going one step further by allowing you to move tablespace across different platforms.

Benefits

One of the major benefits for organizations that hosts Oracle databases on different platforms is that data can now be moved between databases quickly, across different platforms. Using the new cross-platform transportable tablespaces method to move data is more efficient than the traditional method of export and import.

Supported Platforms and New Data Dictionary Views

Oracle Database 10g supports nine platforms for transportable tablespace.

A new data dictionary view, v$transportable_platform, lists all eleven supported platforms, along with platform ID and endian format.

PLATFORM_ID

PLATFORM_NAME

ENDIAN_FORMAT

1

Solaris[tm] OE (32-bit)

Big

2

Solaris[tm] OE (64-bit)

Big

3

HP-UX (64-bit)

Big

4

HP-UX IA (64-bit)

Big

5

HP Tru64 UNIX

Little

6

AIX-Based Systems (64-bit)

Big

7

Microsoft Windows NT

Little

10

Linux IA (32-bit)

Little

11

Linux IA (64-bit)

Little

Table 3.3 Supported Platforms for Transportable Tablespaces

The v$database data dictionary view also adds two columns, platform ID and platform name:

SQL> select name, platform_id,platform_name

   2 from   v$database;

 

NAME      PLATFORM_ID     PLATFORM_NAME

-------   -----------     -----------------------

GRID                2     Solaris[tm] OE (64-bit)


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