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How do we know that, parallelism is enabled on a table?

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Is there any way, we can know that, the parallelism is set or enabled on a table.

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asked Nov 24 '09 at 01:06 PM in Default

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SELECT TABLE_NAME, DEGREE FROM USER_TABLES WHERE TABLE_NAME='YOUR_TABLE_NAME';

I encourage you to get familiar with the Oracle documentation on Application Development so you can get the most out of Parallel Processing.

The 10g Oracle Database Warehousing guide has a chapter on Using Parallel Execution here: link

Another helpful page is the Catalog Views / Dictionary Views reference.

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answered Nov 24 '09 at 03:54 PM

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This is only partially correct. You also need to look at the instances column, as the statement might be running on more than one instance in case of RAC.

In addition this only describes the default parallelism. In addition parallelism can also be specified as hints to the SQL statement.
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