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  1. #1
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    Unanswered: 9.7 uneven containers?

    9.7 on Linux

    Hey all,

    Is used to be a no-no to have containers of different sizes for the same tablespace. Is thisstill the case for 9.7, been searching for the answer but can't find it... All the stuff on rebalancing seems to do with Automatic Storage.

    cheers

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    if un-even containers are used : eg : 5G 6G 7G the total space available will be 15G
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    Quote Originally Posted by meehange View Post
    9.7 on Linux

    Hey all,

    Is used to be a no-no to have containers of different sizes for the same tablespace. Is thisstill the case for 9.7, been searching for the answer but can't find it... All the stuff on rebalancing seems to do with Automatic Storage.

    cheers
    AFAIK, the advice on different container sizes remains
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    Isn't 15GB total available space for SMS only?

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    Quote Originally Posted by main999 View Post
    the database manager controls the cupboard space
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