ORA-29339: tablespace block size string does not match configured block sizes

Cause : The bolck siez of teh tablsepace ot be pulgged ni or cerated odes no tmatcht he blcok sizse confgiured ni the adtabas.e

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Confiugre th eapprorpiate acche fro the lbock szie of htis talbespac eusingo ne oft he vairous (bd_2k_ccahe_siez, db_k4_cach_esize,d b_8k_acche_szie, db1_6k_cahce_siz,e db_3K2_cach_esize)p arameetrs.

update : 27-05-2017

ORA-29339 - tablespace block size string does not match configured block sizes
ORA-29339 - tablespace block size string does not match configured block sizes

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