Discrepancy with Oracle DB Tablespace information shown in Applications Manager

Discrepancy with Oracle DB Tablespace information shown in Applications Manager

By default, Oracle DB Tablespace statistics is calculated along with its auto-extensible size in Applications Manager.  

If you want to calculate Tablespace statistics without considering the Auto Extend option, navigate to Settings -> Performance polling -> Optimize data collection -> Choose Metric Name as 'Tablespace statistics'.

Then, disable the 'Calculate Tablespace statistics along with it's autoextensible size' option. (This will be enabled by default, so you have to disable it manually).
Tablespace statistics will be now be calculated without considering the Auto Extend behavior.



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