SQL Anywhere uses the following pre-defined dbspaces for its databases:
|Main database file||system|
|Temporary file||temporary or temp|
|Transaction log file||translog|
|Transaction log mirror||translogmirror|
You cannot create user-defined dbspaces with these names and you cannot drop the pre-defined dbspaces.
If you upgrade a version 10.0.0 or earlier database with user-defined dbspaces that use the pre-defined dbspace names, then all references to these dbspaces in SQL statements are assumed to be referring to the user-defined dbspaces, and not the pre-defined dbspaces. The only way that you can refer to the pre-defined dbspaces is by dropping the user-defined dbspaces, or renaming them to not use the same names as the pre-defined dbspaces.
The ALTER DBSPACE statement supports the pre-defined dbspace names so you can add more space to them. See ALTER DBSPACE statement.
The DB_EXTENDED_PROPERTY function also accepts the pre-defined dbspace names. See DB_EXTENDED_PROPERTY function [System].
|Envoyer votre avis sur cette page par email.||Copyright © 2009, iAnywhere Solutions, Inc. - SQL Anywhere 11.0.1|