I generally create three or four tablespaces based on object sizes. For each tablespace, I use local extent management with extents of uniform sizes -- one size per tablespace, usually 128 KB, 4 MB, 16 MB and 64 MB. Objects are assigned to tablespaces based on their sizes. Specifying uniform extent sizes means that free space within a tablespace can always be reused, as every object's extents are the same size.
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