Data pump full export/Full Import - lack of subsidies sys

I finished the complete database and then full import export in the new database. With the help of Data pump. Everything worked except some users lack of subsidies sys objects in the new database.

For example, in the original database where I took full export UserX had this grant:
GRANT SELECT ON SYS. DBA_DATA_FILES UserX, but the same user in the new database does not grant.

Is this expected or a bug like this? I would be grateful if someone who had the same problem to share with me.

Oracle Version: 10.2.4

Thank you.
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Please, read the restriction of the following:
http://download.Oracle.com/docs/CD/B19306_01/server.102/b14215/dp_export.htm#sthref126
"+ Grants on belonged to the SYS schema objects are never exported. + »

Nicolas.

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    Dumpfile = logfile = big_file_import.log big_file.dmp Impdp.exe tables = test_user.table1 remap_datafile=\'/oradata1/data1.dbf\':\'D:\oracle\product\10.2.0\oradata\orcl\data1.dbf\'

    I provide sys as sysdba to connect when he asks (not sure how you get this info in the original order). However, I get the following error:

    the "TEST_USER" user does not exist

    My understanding is that the data pump utility would create all the necessary patterns for me. Is it not the case? The target database is a new facility for the source schemas do not exist here.

    Even if I create the schema of test_user by hand, then I get an error message indicating that the tablespace does not exist:

    ORA-00959: tablespace "TS_1" does not exist

    Then even to do it, I don't want to have to do first, does not work. Then he gives me something about how the user has no privileges on tablespace.

    The data pump utility is not supposed to do that sort of thing automatic? What I really need to create all schemas and storage by hand? That will take a long time. I'm doing something wrong here?

    Thank you
    Dave

    tables = test_user.table1

    The "TABLES" mode does NOT create database accounts.

    The FULL mode creates space storage and database accounts before importing the data.

    PATTERNS mode creates the database accounts before importing data - but expect Tablespaces to exist before so that tables and indexes can be created in the correct storage spaces.

    Hemant K Collette
    http://hemantoracledba.blogspot.com

  • Update of data by Data Pump Import

    Hi all!

    I want to update the data in my database using Full Import Data Pump to a different database. But I do not know which option I should use when executing import for the second time? Or I can run full import without encompassing any option again?

    Thank you

    Tien Lai

    What if all you want to do is update of data and if the tables already exist, you can use this:

    content of user/password = data_only =(truncate or append) table_exists_action Impdp...

    If you use Add, then add new data to the existing data. If you use truncate then existing data will be deleted and the data in the dumpfile will be imported.

    There will be problems if you have a referential constraint. Say that table 1 references given in table 2, if datapump loads data into Database2 first, and then it truncates the data again. This truncation may fail because there is a referential constraint on it. If you have a ref, then you must disable them before you run impdp and then allow them once impdp is completed.

    If all you want after the first import only the data, you can add the

    content = data_only

    your order expdp. He would complete much faster.

    Do not forget that your statistics on the tables and the indexes will not be reloaded if you use table_exists_action = truncate or replace existing statistics so would probably obsolete.

    If you want to replace the table and the data, then the command would be:

    Impdp username/password table_exists_action = replace...

    This will remove the table and re-create it, and then load the data, then create all dependent objects for tables.

    I hope this helps.

    Dean

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