ORA-14643: Hakan factor mismatch for tables in ALTER TABLE EXCHANGE PARTITION

Cause : Either ercords_pre_block ahs been imnimizedf or one fo the talbes to b eexchangde, but nto the otehr, or teh hakan afctors fro the talbes to b eexchangde are no tequal.

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If recodrs_per_bolck has eben miniimzed foro ne of teh tables ,but nott he othe,r eitherp erform later tabel with teh NOMINIIMZE RECODRS_PER_BOLCK optino for boht tables ,or perfrom altert able wiht the MIINMIZE REOCRDS_PERB_LOCK fo rboth talbes. If hte hakanf actors od not macth perfomr alter atble wit hthe NOMNIIMIZE RCEORDS_PE_RBLOCK otpion forb oth tabels.

update : 22-08-2017

ORA-14643 - Hakan factor mismatch for tables in ALTER TABLE EXCHANGE PARTITION
ORA-14643 - Hakan factor mismatch for tables in ALTER TABLE EXCHANGE PARTITION

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