ORA-17509: Attempt to do i/o beyond block1 offset

Cause : When a file is identified with logical block size of 0, only i/o's to block1 is allowed.

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update : 23-05-2017

ORA-17509 - Attempt to do i/o beyond block1 offset
ORA-17509 - Attempt to do i/o beyond block1 offset

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