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SAS functions, SAS formats, the SAS DATA step language, and many SAS procedures (which are software modules
that encapsulate a related set of functions—similar to the concept of an SQL stored procedure) are used in data
preparation processes. These processes filter, aggregate, denormalize, and sample large tables in a variety of
Types of Segments
Segments are space-occupying objects in a database. They use space in the data files of a database. This section describes the different types of segments.
A table is the most common means of storing data within a database. A table segment stores that data for a table that is neither clustered nor partitioned. Data within a table segment is stored in no particular order, and the database administrator (DBA) has very little control over the location of rows within the blocks in a table. All the data in a table segment must be stored in one tablespace.
As will become clear in what follows, a central role is played in Witasek's work by the notion
of Gestalt structure. The Gestalt psychology of Ehrenfels, Meinong and Witasek, particularly as
this was developed by Vittorio Benussi, was indeed for a time a serious rival to the Berlin school
of Wertheimer, Köhler and Koffka and played a not insignicant role in the early development of
Similar to a clustered index on a table, both horizontal and
vertical partitioning are non-redundant, i.e., they incur little or no
storage overhead. Also, in the same way that only one clustering
can be chosen for a table, only one partitioning can be chosen for
a table. This makes partitioning particularly attractive in storage
constrained or update intensive environments.
Commercial systems today support hash and/or range horizontal
partitioning, and in some cases hybrid schemes as well.
Sub-capacity licensing: The current Oracle licensing model requires the
Oracle RAC database to be licensed for all CPUs on each server in the
cluster. Sometimes customers wish to use only a subset of the CPUs on
the server for a particular Oracle RAC database. Oracle VM can be
configured in such way that it is recognized as a hard partition. Hard
partitions allow customers to only license those CPUs used by the
partition instead of licensing all CPUs on the physical server.