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Alter Cache Attribute For A Sub Partitioned Lob Returns ORA-22877 (Doc ID 2696662.1)

Last updated on APRIL 17, 2023

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Trying to alter cache attribute for a subpartitioned lob returns ORA-22877.

1) In the second table there is no hash, only range partition, and yet there is the same problem;
2) Moreover, in the second case it is possible to change the lob cache attribute with a different command;

From a logical point of view, the physical tables in the two cases are perfectly equivalent, the only difference is the method Oracle uses to decide to which sub partition a specific record belongs to but this ought have nothing to do with any physical operation on the physical table.




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