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Oracle 10g ASM vs. Linux Filesystems for non-RAC systems


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Bert Scalzo has published an interesting article in Linux Journal that compares the performance of non-RAC Linux systems, which are using the new Oracle 10g feature - ASM versus using of Linux filesystems: Optimizing Oracle 10g on Linux: Non-RAC ASM vs. LVM

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2 Responses to “Oracle 10g ASM vs. Linux Filesystems for non-RAC systems”

  1. Anonymous Andrew Carr 
    There is an interesting follow up to this article on Wim Coekaerts Blog (see asm versus lvm ). For those who don't know, Wim is the director of Linux Engineering at Oracle and is a real Linux guru :)
  2. Blogger Radoslav Rusinov 
    Thank you for the valuable info, Andrew!

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