System tablespace 92% full

Oracle 9.2.0.1
Linux 7.3
I am on a test machine.
The system tablespace is 92%full.Is it an appropriate value?
What should be the size of the system tablespace?
I checked in DBA_USERS,all users have users tablespace ,few system users have system tablespace as there default tablespace.There is a separate temp tablespace for temporary segments.

few system users have system tablespace as there default tablespacei think the OP mentioned users are the one that are created during the creation of database
Once the user has been assigned a tablesapce ..whatever he creates after that by default will be created under the default tablesapce unless it is redirected to use a different tbs provided he has the privilge on that

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