oracle, database, storage
A logical unit of storage, used by an Oracle database, that is made up of one or more operating system files. Each table, index or other object that requires storage is located on a tablespace.
The database administrator typically assigns a default and a temporary tablespace to each user and grants a quota on each so they can create tables and indexes.
noun 1. a spoon larger than a teaspoon or a dessert spoon, used in serving food at the table and as a standard measuring unit in recipes. 2. a tablespoonful. noun 1. a spoon, larger than a dessertspoon, used for serving food, etc 2. Also called tablespoonful. the amount contained in such a spoon 3. […]
[tey-buh l-spoon-foo l] /ˈteɪ bəl spunˌfʊl/ noun, plural tablespoonfuls. 1. the amount a tablespoon can hold. 2. a volumetric measure equal to ½ fluid ounce (14.8 ml), or three teaspoonfuls. Abbreviation: T., tbs., tbsp.
noun 1. granulated white sugar. table sugar See sucrose.
noun 1. a number of sheets of writing paper, business forms, etc., fastened together at the edge; pad. 2. a flat slab or surface, especially one bearing or intended to bear an inscription, carving, or the like. 3. a thin, flat leaf or sheet of slate, wax-coated wood, or other rigid material, used for writing […]