1 total size of the database 2 currently occupied size 3 free sizefor the entire database.
Total size of the database is typically just a measure of the allocated space. The following query can give you that number:
SELECT SUM(bytes) AS total_size FROM dba_data_files;The occupied space is the amount of space taken up by the objects in the database. This can be found by the following query:
SELECT SUM(bytes) AS occupied_space FROM dba_segments;The amount of free space is the difference between the two number obtained above!
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This was first published in June 2002