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Oracle 10g ASM vs. Linux Filesystems, Part 2


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Andrew Carr let me to know that there is an interesting follow up to the ASM vs. LVM article on the Wim Coekaerts Blog: ASM vs LVM

Wim Coekaerts is the Director of Linux Engineering at Oracle.
The post is discussing the interaction between OS buffercache and Oracle buffercache and how they are affected by using ASM or Linux filesystem.

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2 Responses to “Oracle 10g ASM vs. Linux Filesystems, Part 2”

  1. Blogger Tarry 
    It is resonably a good comparison. Benchmark factory is a good tool as well.
  2. Blogger Tarry 
    *reasonably :-)

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