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Re: Undo tablespace offline and ORA-00376

tonions

2006-03-17

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Sami

As per your other respondent - I had the same issue and was told that Oracle is still trying to check UNDO in the offlined tablespace. If the tablespace had been dropped then Oracle would not have bothered, making the assumption that the drop would not have taken place if there was still data in the UNDO tablespaces. So the solution is as posted if you feel confident to do so (I must admit I did not and ended up shrinking the old UNDO as small as possible and leaving it on-line but not used).

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Undo tablespace offline and ORA-00376

2 Node RAC,9.2.0.6, Sun OS 2.8

We created new undo tablespaces (UNDO3, UNDO4) for each node1 and
node2 respectively and changed default undo tablespace to UNDO3 and
UNDO4. Then we put old UNDO tablespaces offline.

After 2 days we are trying to create a new index and it gives the
following error.

Any idea?

SQL> CREATE UNIQUE INDEX ABC_KEY_IDX01 ON ABC_STAGE (SESSN_KEY,
PART_KEY,SUB_PART_KEY) TABLESPACE STAGE_INDEX LOCAL NOPARALLEL;
                                          *
ERROR at line 1:
ORA-00604: error occurred at recursive SQL level 1
ORA-00376: file 2 cannot be read at this time
ORA-01110: data file 2: '/u01/oradata/pdw/undotbs01.dbf'


Luckily the tablespace is still offline and I can bring it online. But
I just wanted to know teh reason behind this?


Thanks
Sami
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