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Understanding Parallel hints on Tables and parallels in Create table as well.

Understanding Parallel hints on Tables and parallels in Create table as well.

Understanding Parallel hints on Tables and parallels in Create table as well.

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Hi Guys,

I need some help in understanding how parallels work in different situations.

I got table A, B with parallel 10 degrees each.

When I run the below DML how it works and how many processors the DB look for

Create Table C PARALLEL (DEGREE 10) AS
SELECT A.* FROM A
JOIN B ON (A.COL1=B.COL1)

My server got 50 processors.

Can someone tell me what will be the performance of the query and what parallels I can use to tune it.

Regards,
Suresh

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