Oracle PDBs related to tablespace

Idea ID 2707076

Oracle PDBs related to tablespace


We are currently on 2019.02 CP30 and we are running 'Oracle Topology by SQL'.

I have been trying to build a report, based on a customer demand to report the size of table space in Oracle PDB databases. I have not been able to find out if the discovery pattern retrieves that information or not. If not, my suggestion is to enhance the discovery pattern to retrieve this information.

Best regards,


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So the idea here is to also discover the table spaces used by the PDBs and CDBs on Oracle databases. Today only the PDBs and CDBs themselves are discovered, not the underlying configuration supporting these databases.

ViauJoc Respected Contributor.
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The size of a database or schema can be calculated by summing the size of the Data Files. This value should definitely be populated in uCMDB in all cases.

Trusted Contributor.. PeterN Trusted Contributor..
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I have Data Files with size information and i have multiple PDBs on each CDB, but currently in UCMDB there is no information available on how to relate a data file to a PDB. I know the data file size, but i don't know to which PDB the data file belong.

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