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Hi Everyone,

Since I dont have the Previous growth rate values for my DB, I would like to know Is it possible to prepare capacity planning of my DB. If it so, kindly let me know the steps and procedure to be followed. Thanks in advance.


Ranjith Kumar Mohandas

Ranjith Kumar Mohandas

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