Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-14177 to ORA-14190
ORA-14177: STORE-IN (Tablespace list) can only be specified for a LOCAL index on a Hash or Composite Range Hash table
Cause: STORE-IN (Tablespace list) clause was used while creating a local index on a range/list/composite range list partitioned table
Action: Do not use the STORE_IN (Tablespace list) clause while creating a local index on range/list/composite range list partitioned table
ORA-14178: STORE IN (DEFAULT) clause is not supported for hash partitioned global indexes
Cause: STORE IN (DEFAULT) is valid only for local indexes.
Action: a) Specify a tablespace list in place of DEFAULT, or b) Remove STORE IN clause and specify tablespaces individually for each index partition.
ORA-14183: TABLESPACE DEFAULT can be specified only for Composite LOCAL index
Cause: User attempted to specify TABLESPACE DEFAULT for a partition of a Range/System/Hash partitioned LOCAL index object, which is illegal.
Action: Replace TABLESPACE DEFAULT with TABLESPACE <ts_name> or remove it.
ORA-14185: incorrect physical attribute specified for this index partition
Cause: unexpected option was encountered while parsing physical attributes of a local index partition; valid options for Range or Composite Range partitions are INITRANS, MAXTRANS, TABLESPACE, STORAGE, PCTFREE, PCTUSED, LOGGING and TABLESPACE; but only TABLESPACE may be specified for Hash partitions STORE IN () is also disallowed for all but Composite Range partitions
Action: remove invalid option(s) from the list of physical attributes of an index partition
ORA-14186: number of sub-partitions of LOCAL index must equal that of the underlying table
Cause: User attempted to create a LOCAL partitioned index with a number of sub-partitions which is different from that of the underlying table.
Action: Correct the CREATE INDEX statement to specify a correct number of sub-partitions
ORA-14187: partitioning method for LOCAL index is inconsistent with that of the underlying table
Cause: User attempted to create a LOCAL partitioned index that is not equi-partitioned with the underlying table. The partitioning types are mismatched.
Action: Correct the CREATE INDEX statement to ensure that the index partitionining method is consistent with that of the base table
ORA-14188: sub-partitioning columns must form a subset of key columns of a UNIQUE index
Cause: User attempted to create a UNIQUE partitioned index whose sub-partitioning columns do not form a subset of its key columns which is illegal
Action: If the user, indeed, desired to create an index whose subpartitioning columns do not form a subset of its key columns, it must be created as non-UNIQUE; otherwise, correct the list of key and/or subpartitioning columns to ensure that the index’ subpartitioning columns form a subset of its key columns
ORA-14189: this physical attribute may not be specified for an index subpartition
Cause: unexpected option was encountered while parsing physical attributes of an index subpartition; TABLESPACE is the only valid option
Action: remove invalid option(s)
ORA-14190: only one ENABLE/DISABLE ROW MOVEMENT clause can be specified
Cause: One of three possible actions caused the error: 1) ENABLE ROW MOVEMENT was specified more than once. 2) DISABLE ROW MOVEMENT was specified more than once. 3) Both ENABLE ROW MOVEMENT and DISABLE ROW MOVEMENT were specified.
Action: Remove all but one of the ENABLE ROW MOVEMENT or DISABLE ROW MOVEMENT clauses; then, reissue the command.
Above are list of Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-14177 to ORA-14190 received while performing certain operation against Oracle Database or related products.
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