ORA-19586: %s k-byte limit is too small to hold piece directory

Cause : The user-specified limit of k-bytes per backup piece is not enough to hold the backup set control data.

Action - How to fix it : DBA Scripts :: www.high-oracle.com/scripts

Use the setLimit procedure to increase the k-byte limit and retry the operation.

update : 28-04-2017

ORA-19586 - %s k-byte limit is too small to hold piece directory
ORA-19586 - %s k-byte limit is too small to hold piece directory

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