Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-14515 to ORA-14523

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ORA-14515: only one aubpartition name can be specified
Cause: More than one subpartition name has been specified for analyze
Action: Specify one subpartition name.
ORA-14516: subpartition corrupt. all rows do not fall within subpartition bounds
Cause: The subpartition contains rows which should really be in some other subpartition. Possibly due to an exchange subpartition without validation
Action: Delete rows in subpartition which do not qualify
ORA-14517: subpartition of index ‘string.string’ is in unusable state
Cause: An attempt has been made to access an index subpartition that has been marked unusable by a direct load or by a DDL operation
Action: REBUILD the unusable index subpartition

ORA-14518: partition contains rows corresponding to values being dropped
Cause: table partition contains rows for the values being dropped.
Action: DELETE all rows for the values being dropped and reissue statement
ORA-14519: Conflicting tablespace blocksizes for string string: Tablespace string block size string [string] conflicts with previously specified/implied tablespace string block size string [string]
Cause: An attempt has been made to create a partitioned object in a manner that would require the partitioned object to span tablespaces of more than one block size.
Action: Ensure that all tablespaces specified in the DDL command for the given object as well as any tablespaces implicitly assigned to partitions or subpartitions of the object being created are all of the same block size.
ORA-14520: Tablespace string block size [string] does not match existing object block size [string]
Cause: A DDL statement was issued that would require a tablespace of a block size different from the block size of the specified partitioned object to be assigned either: (1) As the object’s default tablespace (or one of the object’s partition-level default tablespaces, if composite partitioning is being used) OR (2) To one of the object’s partitions/subpartitions.
Action: Specify a tablespace of the same block size as the partitioned object.

ORA-14521: Default tablespace string block size [string] for string string does not match existing string block size [string]
Cause: A DDL statement was issued that would require creation of a new partition/subpartition in the object-level default tablespace of an existing partitioned object. However, the object-level default tablespace block size does not match the block size of the partitioned object.
Action: Either (1) Modify the default tablespace of the partitioned object to a tablespace of the same block size as the object and then retry the DDL command, OR (2) Ensure that tablespaces of the correct block size are specified for all new partitions/subpartitions being created.
ORA-14522: Partition-level default tablespace string block size [string] for string string does not match existing string block size [string]
Cause: A DDL statement was issued that would require creation of a new subpartition in one of the partition-level default tablespaces of an existing composite partitioned object. However, the partition-level default tablespace block size does not match the block size of the partitioned object.
Action: Either (1) Modify the partition-level default tablespace of the appropriate partition of the partitioned object to a tablespace of the same block size as the object and then retry the DDL command, OR (2) Ensure that tablespaces of the correct block size are specified for all new subpartitions being created.
ORA-14523: Cannot co-locate [sub]partition of string string with table [sub]partition because string block size [string] does not match table block size [string]
Cause: A DDL statement was issued that would require a partition/subpartition of a local index/LOB column to be co-located with the corresponding partition/subpartition of the base table. However, this is not possible because the block sizes of the table and the LOB column/local index are different.
Action: Either (1) Specify an object-level default tablespace (or partition-level default tablespace for the appropriate partition, if composite partitioning is used) for the partitioned local index/LOB column and then retry the DDL command, OR (2) Ensure that tablespaces of the correct block size are specified for all new partitions/subpartitions being created. Also ensure that neither of TABLESPACE DEFAULT and STORE IN (DEFAULT) is specified for a local index whose block size does not match that of the base table.

Above are list of Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-14515 to ORA-14523 received while performing certain operation against Oracle Database or related products.

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Oracle Error Messages may be returned while using products which are part of Oracle Database.  Each Oracle Database Error or Warning Message mentioned above contains the Warning or Error Message Statement, a short explanation of the probable causes of the Error message, and a recommended action.

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