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    Hi all I need a refresher, how do you determine the size of the data in the table?

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    average row length and number of rows from user_tables, as long as you've recently analyzed.
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    Talking

    thanks so much

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    or look at user_segments, will always be up to date

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    hello

    is that row num + average number of rows?

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    no, * not +

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    thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by davey23uk
    or look at user_segments, will always be up to date
    ... but possibly misleading, if you want the amount of data contained in the segment.
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    well a table is a segment no?

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    Yes, but it could be empty of data.
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