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Oracle v$sysaux_occupants Tips

Oracle Database Tips by Donald BurlesonMay 26,  2015

Question:  How can see the contents of my SYSAUX tablespace?  I want to move the contents, but I don't know the proper procedures.

Answer:  The SYSAUX tablespace was new in Oracle10g, and there are several views that assist with SYSAUX including the v$sysaux_occupants view.  The SYSAUX tablespace provides storage of non-sys-related tables and indexes that traditionally were placed in the SYSTEM tablespace.

You can query the SYSAUX tablespace with this query:

set linesize 120
set pagesize 100


column "item"            format a25
column "space used (gb)" format 999.99
column "schema"          format a25
column "move procedure"  format a40
 
select
   occupant_name "item",
   space_usage_kbytes/1048576 "space used (gb)",
   schema_name "schema",
   move_procedure "move procedure"
from
   v$sysaux_occupants
order by 1;

For example, the tables and indexes that were previously owned by the system user can now be specified for a SYSAUX tablespace.  You can query the v$sysaux_occupants view to find the exact components stored within the SYSAUX tablespace.

OCCUPANT_NAME

OCCUPANT_DESC

SCHEMA_NAME

MOVE_PROCEDURE

LOGMNR

LogMiner

SYSTEM

SYS.DBMS_LOGMNR_D.SET_TABLESPACE

LOGSTDBY

Logical Standby

SYSTEM

SYS.DBMS_LOGSTDBY.SET_TABLESPACE

STREAMS

Oracle Streams

SYS

 

AO

Analytical Workspace Object Table

SYS

DBMS_AW.MOVE_AWMETA

XSOQHIST

OLAP API History Tables

SYS

DBMS_XSOQ.OlapiMoveProc

SMC

Server Manageability Components

SYS

 

STATSPACK

Statspack Repository

PERFSTAT

 

ODM

Oracle Data Mining

DMSYS

MOVE_ODM

SDO

Oracle Spatial

MDSYS

MDSYS.MOVE_SDO

WM

Workspace Manager

WMSYS

DBMS_WM.move_proc

ORDIM

Oracle interMedia ORDSYS Components

ORDSYS

 

ORDIM/PLUGINS

Oracle interMedia ORDPLUGINS Components

ORDPLUGINS

 

ORDIM/SQLMM

Oracle interMedia SI_INFORMTN_SCHEMA Components

SI_INFORMTN_SCHEMA

 

EM

Enterprise Manager Repository

SYSMAN

emd_maintenance.move_em_tblspc

TEXT

Oracle Text

CTXSYS

DRI_MOVE_CTXSYS

ULTRASEARCH

Oracle Ultra Search

WKSYS

MOVE_WK

JOB_SCHEDULER

Unified Job Scheduler

SYS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

v$sysaux_occupants View Source

The Oracle  data dictionary defines the v$sysaux_occupants view using the following source query:

SELECT
   occupant_name,
   occupant_desc,
  
schema_name, move_procedure, move_procedure_desc, space_usage_kbytes
FROM
   gv$sysaux_occupants
WHERE
   inst_id = USERENV('INSTANCE');



 

 

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