Tag Archives: nfs

Using NFS with ASM…

Combining NFS with ASM has come up in several conversations I’ve had recently, both online and real world. Since I no longer believe in coincidence I figured it was a message that I should take a look at it. Using NFS with ASM Anyone who has ever faked ASM disks using “dd” will recognize the […]

Oracle 11gR2 RAC On Linux Using NFS

I finally got round to trying an NFS installation of 11gR2 RAC. Oracle Database 11g Release 2 RAC On Linux Using NFS No real surprises here. It all seems a little simpler when using NFS, but it was cronically slow on my crappy kit. Cheers Tim…

Articles and stuff…

Articles: I think I’m finally getting myself back on track. It’s been an unusual few weeks though. I spent quite some time complaining that I couldn’t think of anything to write about and hoping 11g would inspire me. Since the release of 11g and the inevitable installation articles, I’ve felt rather lethargic again. Getting into […]

Oracle 11g RAC on NFS…

As a follow-on from my 10g RAC on NFS article, I thought it would be nice to have an 11g RAC on NFS article. The process is very similar, with a couple of exceptions: The Virtual IP Configuration Assistant (vipca) runs in silent mode without any problems now. Under 10g, you had to use a […]

Oracle 10g RAC using NFS…

I’ve mentioned it before, but I really like Kevin Closson‘s blog. For some time he’s been evangelizing about Oracle RAC over NFS, so I thought I would give it a go to see what it’s all about and here is the result. Oracle 10g RAC On Linux Using NFS I was only using two machines, […]