This article discusses Oracle Table Compression features and usage. Databases are getting bigger and bigger over time and demand more disk-space for storage. Archived data, which is mostly read-only and used for reporting in Warehouses and even on OLTP systems, is stored in compressed form as a best practice. Compressed data can increase I/O performance and reduced memory use in buffer cache; however, it can also increase CPU usage.
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