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ORA-01658: unable to create INITIAL extent for segment in tablespace SYSAUX; JOB_SCHEDULER is biggest occupant

DBMS_SCHEDULER is occupying all of my SYSAUX tablespace. I ran dbms_scheduler.purge_log which deleted 100 million rows from dba_scheduler_job_run_details, however v$ sysaux_occupants and the data file size remain unchanged. Is there some additional action I need to take to clear the SYSAUX tablespace of DBMS_SCHEDULER generated data?

Attempting to insert a single row into a newly created table in my regular tablespace fails with:

ORA-01658: unable to create INITIAL extent for segment in tablespace SYSAUX 

I can see that JOB_SCHEDULER is taking up 92.4% of the SYSAUX tablespace by querying v$ sysaux_occupants:

SELECT     occupant_name,                         round (sum(space_usage_kbytes) * 100 / sum (sum(space_usage_kbytes)) over (), 2) Pct FROM v$  sysaux_occupants                   GROUP BY occupant_name ORDER BY 2 desc NULLAS LAST ; 

I originally had over 100 million rows in dba_scheduler_job_run_details.

Yesterday, I ran the purge command (which took 3.5 hours):

BEGIN     dbms_scheduler.purge_log; END; / 

Today, dba_scheduler_job_run_details has less than 1K rows.

However, the query on v$ sysaux_occupants is unchanged; today it still says JOB_SCHEDULER is occupying 92.4%. Likewise querying my data file sizes show that SYSAUX is still maxed out:

select d.TABLESPACE_NAME, d.FILE_NAME, d.BYTES/1024/1024 SIZE_MB, d.AUTOEXTENSIBLE, d.MAXBYTES/1024/1024 MAXSIZE_MB, d.INCREMENT_BY*(v.BLOCK_SIZE/1024)/1024 INCREMENT_BY_MB from dba_data_files d,     v$  datafile v where d.FILE_ID = v.FILE# order by d.TABLESPACE_NAME, d.FILE_NAME; 

It seems like I have not actually deleted the space consumed by DBMS_SCHEDULER.

Is there some step I am missing to clean up all the space consumed by DBMS_SCHEDULER?

What are the smallest and biggest negative floating point numbers in IEEE 754 32 bit?

I am stuck with a question that asks for smallest and biggest negative floating point numbers in IEEE 754 32-bit (their representation and decimal numerical value from which one can approximate the precision of the number)? So -0, NaN and Infinity do not belong to negative rational numbers.

I have stumbled upon -3.403 x 10^38 and 2^-126. I came close to the first one actually. I tried to do some calculations but got kind of lost in the process as floating point representation is counter-intutive for me, especially when calculating negative numbers. Can someone help me to clarify my thought process for the calculations so that I can find the numbers?

How to find the large directory which is reserving the biggest disk space?

How to find (as grouped) the directory who is taking all the disk spaces?

# df -h Filesystem      Size  Used Avail Use% Mounted on /dev/vda1        60G   54G  6.4G  90% / devtmpfs        1.4G     0  1.4G   0% /dev tmpfs           1.4G     0  1.4G   0% /dev/shm tmpfs           1.4G  161M  1.3G  12% /run tmpfs           1.4G     0  1.4G   0% /sys/fs/cgroup tmpfs           285M     0  285M   0% /run/user/0 

It does not help to see /dev/vda1 is 90%, how to check which directories having the largest disk reserve?


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What is the biggest integer path in 2D array

You are given a board of N rows and M columns. Each field of the board contains single digit (0-9).

You want to find a path consisting of four neighboring if they share a common side, Also the fields in your path should be distinct.

The four digits of your path, in the order in which you visit them, create an integer. What is the biggest integer that you can achieve this way?

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Find 4 points which form a square with the biggest area

I have set of points on the coordinate plane. I need to find the 4 points which form a square with the biggest area.

I’m new in JavaScript so I’d like to get any suggestions about code style, patterns, code idioms, etc. Thank you in advance!

"use strict";  /*  * Point  */  (function() {     function numbersEqual(a, b) {         return Math.abs(a - b) < Number.EPSILON;     }      function Point(x, y) {         this.x = x;         this.y = y;     }      Point.distance = function(a, b) {         return Math.sqrt((a.x - b.x) ** 2 + (a.y - b.y) ** 2);     }      Point.equal = function(a, b) {         return numbersEqual(a.x, b.x) && numbersEqual(a.y, b.y);     }      Point.pointsFormsQuadrangle = function(a, b, c, d) {         if (Point.equal(a, b) || Point.equal(a, c) || Point.equal(a, d))             return false;          if (Point.equal(b, c) || Point.equal(b, d))             return false;          if (Point.equal(c, d))             return false;          const center = new Point((a.x + b.x + c.x + d.x) / 4, (a.y + b.y + c.y + d.y) / 4);          const ac = Point.distance(a, center);         const bc = Point.distance(b, center);         const cc = Point.distance(c, center);         const dc = Point.distance(d, center);          return numbersEqual(ac, bc) && numbersEqual(bc, cc) && numbersEqual(cc, dc);     }      Point.pointsFormsSquare = function(a, b, c, d) {         if (!Point.pointsFormsQuadrangle(a, b, c, d))             return false;             const ab = Point.distance(a, b)         const ac = Point.distance(a, c);         const ad = Point.distance(a, d);         const triangle = [ab, ac, ad].sort((a, b) => a - b);          return numbersEqual(triangle[0], triangle[1]);     }      window.Point = Point; })();  /*  * Square  */  (function () {     function Square(a, b, c, d) {         this.a = a;         this.b = b;         this.c = c;         this.d = d;     }      Square.prototype.area = function() {         const findSquareDiagonalLength = (a, b, c, d) => {             const ab = Point.distance(a, b);             const ac = Point.distance(a, c);             const ad = Point.distance(a, d);              return Math.max(ab, ac, ad);         };          const d = findSquareDiagonalLength(this.a, this.b, this.c, this.d);         return d * d / 2;     }      window.Square = Square; })();  /*  * Solution  */  function formSquaresFromPoints(points) {     let squares = [];      for (let a = 0; a < points.length; a++)         for (let b = a + 1; b < points.length; b++)             for (let c = b + 1; c < points.length; c++)                 for (let d = c + 1; d < points.length; d++)                     if (Point.pointsFormsSquare(points[a], points[b], points[c], points[d]))                         squares.push(new Square(points[a], points[b], points[c], points[d]));      return squares; }  function sortSquaresByArea(squares) {     squares.sort((a, b) => {         if (a.area() > b.area())             return 1;         else if (a.area() < b.area())             return -1;         else             return 0;     });      return squares; }  const POINTS = [     new Point(1, 1),     new Point(1, 3),     new Point(3, 1),     new Point(3, 3),     new Point(1, 6),     new Point(6, 1),     new Point(6, 6),     new Point(1, 9),     new Point(9, 1),     new Point(9, 9),     new Point(4, 5),     new Point(4, 8),     new Point(7, 8),     new Point(7, 5),     new Point(6, 3),     new Point(5, 3),     new Point(5, 1) ];  const sortedSquares = sortSquaresByArea(formSquaresFromPoints(POINTS)); const squareWithBiggestArea = sortedSquares[sortedSquares.length - 1];  console.log(squareWithBiggestArea); // Gives: {(1, 1), (1, 9), (9, 1), (9, 9)}