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stuck in rollback error 1562

i am so shamed that in last 1 month , roolback seg confused
me many many times.
the rs tablespace is 1gb and autoexetend, all the 10 rbs r
sized properly with initial ,next 1m , optimal 20m ,minextends 20,maxextends unlimited. but the application always report ora01562 error. I chek v$rollstat ,hwk is obly 23mb .

Due the application limitation , I can not see the other error code follow 1562 , so what's the actual cause , I still can not get .

, can save me

Posted On: Thursday 15th of November 2012 10:10:49 PM Total Views:  258
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