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OVO 8.30 tablespace repair opcdbinst

Hi all!


Today durring OPC_2 tablespace  extension main datafile was corrupt, so tablespace now is not work. OVO work, but it cant open message browser. If I recreate tablespace and run opcdbinst -v, is this scrip will repair tables in the OPC_2 tablespace?


Also I need to be sure, that opcdbinst only create tables in OPC_2 tablespace and didnt any changes in other tablespaces. Is it right?

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Hello there,


Running opcdbinst -v will reinitilaise the database. 


I would only run this command if you have a configuration download.  It's not possible to rebuilt just one table. 


The good news is that OPC_2 is where the active messages live:


SQL> select owner, table_name, tablespace_name
  2  from dba_tables where tablespace_name = 'OPC_2';

OWNER                          TABLE_NAME                      TABLESPACE_NAME
------------------------------ -------------------                       ------------------------------
OPC_OP                         OPC_MSG_TEXT                OPC_2
OPC_OP                         OPC_ANNO_TEXT             OPC_2
OPC_OP                         OPC_ORIG_MSG_TEXT   OPC_2
OPC_OP                         OPC_ANNOTATION            OPC_2

...so after taking a backup, you could try running opcdbint -act which will clear the active message tables.  Please review the opcdbinst(1M) man page for more information.  If this does not work, please recover from backup.





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