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Re: Oracle 9i on Linux

Le mer 19/02/2003 à 08:38, Alexander Reelsen a écrit :
> Hi
> On Tue, Feb 18, 2003 at 08:00:06PM -0500, Theodore Knab wrote:
> > I also heard that Oracle uses its own filesystem on top of 
> > whatever filesystem you use.
> Yes, that's true.
It's not a really filesystem, it's just an independant filesystem block
oriented data in files.
> You often just use a raw file system to install oracle, so oracle wont
> suffer from I/O problems of a second involved file system, as oracle
> comes with its own buffermechanism for files. This is more efficient.
It's false on linux actually, ext2, ext3 and JFS are more efficients
because of really good I/O buffers.
> > Additionally, the RedHat people compile special kernels for
> > running Oracle. You might want to see why.
> Really? I had mind increasing shared memory size was sufficient. Might be
> some special tweaking kernel stuff.
I confirm about shared memory.
Specials kernels of Red Hat are for clusters.
> Someone knows more?
> > This howto might be helpful even though it is for RedHat.
> > http://www.puschitz.com/OracleOnLinux.shtml
> Nice one, bookmarked
> MfG/Regards, Alexander
> -- 
> Alexander Reelsen   http://tretmine.org
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