Oracle's data is on dbf files which comprises a tablespace, right? schemas and tables are placed physically on those tablespaces. When talking about table size, if its in bytes it means the hdd size that that table takes of its tablespace? and if its in number (ie, 9000), it means the number of rows in the table?
in Oracle 7, max extents can go as high as 512. What can I do if I reach that on a certain table?