Do you know the difference between exp/imp and expdp/impdp when it comes to importing HCC compressed data in Exadata?
If not, then follow me through two examples. This is on 188.8.131.52/184.108.40.206.1 but applies to all database releases you can have on Exadata. The task at hand is to export a table (which happens to be non-partitioned and HCC compressed for query high) and import it into a different user’s schema. This is quite a common approach when migrating data from a non-Exadata system into an Exadata system. You could for example pre-create the DDL for the tables and implement HCC before even importing a single row. When importing the data, the partitions’ HCC attributes will be honoured and data will be inserted compressed. Or won’t it?