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INITDB Support For Database Storage Structure (Doc ID 2752007.1)

Last updated on APRIL 22, 2021

Applies to:

Oracle Communications Billing and Revenue Management - Version 12.0.0.3.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal

As a part of the Billing and Revenue Management (BRM) 12.0.0.3.0 Version, Cloud Native (CN) Deployment, the INITDB is creating the BRM Database structure but it is only creating the schema for small deployments.

It is missing the capabilities for large/huge deployments where in the On-Premise (non-cloud-native) installation supports this from the pin_tables.values:

# Five storage configurations PIN_CONF_SM_CONFIGURATION_xxx
# are provided below for making global selections for storage
# characteristics conveniently. Each configuration defines the following:
# STORAGE_SMALL (small tables)
# STORAGE_MED (medium-sized tables)
# STORAGE_LARGE (large tables)
# STORAGE_HUGE (huge tables)
# below are special storages for tables with extensive inserting
# ( mostly this are event tables )
# STORAGE_SMALL_INS (small tables)
# STORAGE_MED_INS (medium-sized tables)
# STORAGE_LARGE_INS (large tables)
# STORAGE_HUGE_INS (huge tables)

What are the plans for the BRM Cloud Native Deployment to have the similar capabilities? What would be the steps to do the mapping och db objects/tables to different tablespaces?

Reference: Estimating the Database Size

Solution

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