ORA-24809: amount specified will not fit in the lob buffers

Cause : LOB buffering is enabled for the input lob locator so buffering will be used. However, the amount of lob data to read or write is larger than what the lob buffers can hold.

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

Either disable buffering on the input lob locator and reissue the command or pass a smaller amount.

update : 19-08-2017

ORA-24809 - amount specified will not fit in the lob buffers
ORA-24809 - amount specified will not fit in the lob buffers

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