ORA-02820: Unable to write the requested number of blocks

Cause : A server could not write the requested amount of data out to disk. The disk may have run out of space.

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update : 19-08-2017

ORA-02820 - Unable to write the requested number of blocks
ORA-02820 - Unable to write the requested number of blocks

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