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When you create the index, Oracle performs a full table scan, collecting the smbolic key and ROWID for each row in the table. Plus, Oracle writes the TEMP segments in discontiguous segments. A rough estimate is to multiply the ROWID*symbolic_key*num_rows, times a fudge factor of 1.5.
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