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A

access control
disk groups, 4.9
ACCESS_CONTROL.ENABLED disk group attribute, 4.1.2.1, 4.9.2
ACCESS_CONTROL.UMASK disk group attribute, 4.1.2.2, 4.9.2
ACFS
See Oracle Automatic Storage Management Cluster File System
.ACFS directory
Oracle ACFS snapshots, 11.2.7, 16.11.12
acfschkdsk command, 16.5.1
acfsdbg command, 16.11.1
acfsdismount command, 16.5.2
acfsdriverstate
Oracle ACFS driver command, B.7.2
acfsformat command, 16.5.3
acfsgettag
Oracle ACFS tagging API, B.9.3
acfslisttags
Oracle ACFS tagging API, B.9.4
acfsload
Oracle ACFS driver command, B.7.1
acfsmountvol command, 16.5.4
acfsplugin
Oracle ACFS API, B.8.2
acfsremovetag
Oracle ACFS tagging API, B.9.5
acfssettag
Oracle ACFS tagging API, B.9.6
acfsutil audit archive command, 16.8.1
acfsutil audit disable command, 16.8.2
acfsutil audit enable command, 16.8.3
acfsutil audit info command, 16.8.4
acfsutil audit init command, 16.8.5
acfsutil audit purge command, 16.8.6
acfsutil audit read command, 16.8.7
acfsutil detach command, 16.5.5
acfsutil encr command, 16.10.4
acfsutil encr info command, 16.10.1
acfsutil encr init command, 16.10.2
acfsutil encr off command, 16.10.3
acfsutil encr rekey command, 16.10.5
acfsutil encr set command, 16.10.6
acfsutil info file command, 16.11.2
acfsutil info fs command, 16.11.3
acfsutil info id command, 16.11.4
acfsutil keystore migrate command, 16.10.7
acfsutil plugin disable command, 16.11.5
acfsutil plugin enable command, 16.11.6
acfsutil plugin info command, 16.11.7
acfsutil registry command, 16.11.8
acfsutil repl bg command, 16.7.1
acfsutil repl info command, 16.7.3
acfsutil repl info compare, 16.7.2
acfsutil repl init command, 16.7.4
acfsutil repl pause command, 16.7.5
acfsutil repl resume command, 16.7.6
acfsutil repl sync command, 16.7.7
acfsutil repl terminate command, 16.7.8
acfsutil repl trace command, 16.7.9
acfsutil repl update command, 16.7.10
acfsutil rmfs command, 16.11.9
acfsutil sec admin add command, 16.9.1
acfsutil sec admin password command, 16.9.2
acfsutil sec admin remove command, 16.9.3
acfsutil sec batch command, 16.9.4
acfsutil sec disable command, 16.9.5
acfsutil sec enable command, 16.9.6
acfsutil sec info command, 16.9.7
acfsutil sec info file command, 16.9.8
acfsutil sec init command, 16.9.9
acfsutil sec load command, 16.9.10
acfsutil sec prepare command, 16.9.11
acfsutil sec realm add command, 16.9.12
acfsutil sec realm audit disable command, 16.9.13
acfsutil sec realm audit enable command, 16.9.14
acfsutil sec realm audit info command, 16.9.15
acfsutil sec realm clone command, 16.9.16
acfsutil sec realm create command, 16.9.17
acfsutil sec realm delete command, 16.9.18
acfsutil sec realm destroy command, 16.9.19
acfsutil sec rule clone command, 16.9.20
acfsutil sec rule create command, 16.9.21
acfsutil sec rule destroy command, 16.9.22
acfsutil sec rule edit command, 16.9.23
acfsutil sec ruleset clone command, 16.9.24
acfsutil sec ruleset create command, 16.9.25
acfsutil sec ruleset destroy command, 16.9.26
acfsutil sec ruleset edit command, 16.9.27
acfsutil sec save command, 16.9.28
acfsutil size command, 16.11.10
acfsutil snap convert command, 16.11.11
acfsutil snap create command, 16.11.12
acfsutil snap delete command, 16.11.13
acfsutil snap info command, 16.11.14
acfsutil tag info command, 16.6.1
acfsutil tag set command, 16.6.2
acfsutil tag unset command, 16.6.3
acfsutil tune command, 16.11.15
active session history sampling
Oracle Automatic Storage Management, 3.3.8
adding aliases
Oracle ASM, 5.4.1
adding disks to a disk group, 1.3.3
adding disks to a disk group with Oracle Enterprise Manager, 7.4.2
adding disks to an Oracle ASM disk group
Oracle ASM Configuration Assistant, 9.3.2.7
adding objects to security realms
Oracle ACFS, 16.1.4
adding security administrators
Oracle ACFS file systems, 16.1.4
adding templates to a disk group, 5.8.2
administering
disk groups, 4
Oracle ACFS, 11.3
advmutil canonical command, 16.11.16
advmutil dismount command, 16.5.6
advmutil list command, 16.5.7
advmutil mount command, 16.5.8
advmutil tune command, 16.11.17
advmutil volinfo command, 16.11.18
AIX
Oracle ACFS command-line tools, 16.4
alias file names
Oracle ASM, 5.2.4
aliases
adding for an Oracle ASM file name, 5.4.1
dropping from a disk group, 5.4.4
ALL command rule, 16.9.12
allocation units
different sizes enabled by compatibility attributes, 4.8.4
Oracle ASM, 1.2.4.1
size for disk groups, 4.1.2.3
ALTER DISKGROUP command, 4.3
altering disk groups
replacing disks, 4.3.3
APPENDFILE command rule, 16.9.12
archive log files
creating in Oracle ASM, A.5
ASM
See Oracle Automatic Storage Management
ASM SPFILE in a disk group
enabled by compatibility attributes, 4.8.4
ASM_DISKGROUPS initialization parameter
Oracle ASM instance, 3.2.4.1
ASM_DISKSTRING initialization parameter
discovering disks, 1.3.1
Oracle ASM instance, 3.2.4.2
ASM_POWER_LIMIT initialization parameter
Oracle ASM instance, 3.2.4.3
rebalancing process, 3.2.4.3
values enabled by compatibility attributes, 4.8.4
ASM_PREFERRED_READ_FAILURE_GROUPS initialization parameter
Oracle ASM instance, 3.2.4.4
asmadmin group, 3.5.1.2
ASMCA
See Oracle ASM Configuration Assistant
ASMCMD utility
about, 10.1
aliases, and, 10.1.2.3
cd command, 10.3.1
chdg command, 10.4.1
chgrp command, 10.6.1
chkdg command, 10.4.2
chmod command, 10.6.2
chown command, 10.6.3
chtmpl command, 10.5.1
command-line utility, 10, 15
cp command, 10.3.2
directories, and, 10.1.2.2
disk group management commands, 10.4
displaying the version number, 10.1.4.6
dropdg command, 10.4.3
dsget command, 10.2.1
dsset command, 10.2.2
du command, 10.3.3
exit command, 10.1.4.2
file access control commands, 10.6
file management commands, 10.3
find command, 10.3.4
groups command, 10.6.4
grpmod command, 10.6.5
help command, 10.1.6
including directory in prompt, 10.1.4.5
instance management commands, 10.2
iostat command, 10.4.4
ls command, 10.3.5
lsattr command, 10.4.5
lsct command, 10.2.3
lsdg command, 10.4.6
lsdsk command, 10.4.7
lsgrp command, 10.6.6
lsod command, 10.4.8
lsof command, 10.3.6
lsop command, 10.2.4
lspwusr command, 10.2.5
lstmpl command, 10.5.2
lsusr command, 10.6.7
md_backup command, 10.4.9
md_restore command, 10.4.10
mkalias command, 10.3.7
mkdg command, 10.4.11
mkdir command, 10.3.8
mkgrp command, 10.6.8
mktmpl command, 10.5.3
mkusr command, 10.6.9
mount command, 10.4.12
offline command, 10.4.13
online command, 10.4.14
orapwusr command, 10.2.6
passwd command, 10.6.10
preparing to run, 10.1.3
pwcopy command, 10.2.7
pwcreate command, 10.2.8
pwd command, 10.3.9
pwdelete command, 10.2.9
pwget command, 10.2.10
pwmove command, 10.2.11
pwset command, 10.2.12
rebal command, 10.4.15
remap command, 10.4.16
rm command, 10.3.10
rmalias command, 10.3.11
rmgrp command, 10.6.11
rmtmpl command, 10.5.4
rmusr command, 10.6.12
rpusr command, 10.6.13
running in a database home, 10.1.3
running in an Oracle grid infrastructure home, 10.1.3
running in interactive mode, 10.1.4
running in noninteractive mode, 10.1.5
running without any options, 10.1.4.2
setattr command, 10.4.17
showclustermode command, 10.2.13
showclusterstate command, 10.2.14
showpatches command, 10.2.15
showversion command, 10.2.16
shutdown command, 10.2.17
spbackup command, 10.2.18
spcopy command, 10.2.19
specifying the verbose mode, 10.1.4.4
spget command, 10.2.20
spmove command, 10.2.21
spset command, 10.2.22
startup command, 10.2.23
syntax for starting in interactive mode, 10.1.4.1
SYSASM privilege, 10.1.4.3
system-generated file names, and, 10.1.2.1
template management commands, 10.5
type of connection, 10.1.4.3
umount command, 10.4.18
using quotes for wildcards in noninteractive mode, 10.1.5
using with absolute and relative paths, 10.1.2.4
using with wildcard characters, 10.1.2.5
volcreate command, 15.1.1
voldelete command, 15.1.2
voldisable command, 15.1.3
volenable command, 15.1.4
volinfo command, 15.1.5
volresize command, 15.1.6
volset command, 15.1.7
volstat command, 15.1.8
volume management commands, 15
asmdba group, 3.5.1.2, 3.5.1.2
asmoper group, 3.5.1.2
ASMSNMP user
for monitoring the Oracle ASM instance, 3.5.1
Oracle ASM, 9.2.1
Oracle ASM in Oracle Enterprise Manager, 7.3
attributes
disk group compatibility, 4.8.2
disk groups, 4.1
DISK_REPAIR_TIME, 4.6.3
for disk groups, 4.2.2
in templates for Oracle Automatic Storage Management, 5.8.1
list of for disk groups, 4.1.2
setting for disk groups, 4.1.1
viewing for disk groups, 4.1.1
AU_SIZE disk group attribute, 1.2.4.1, 4.1.2.3, 4.2.2
different sizes enabled by compatibility attributes, 4.8.4
auditing
Oracle ACFS audit trail file, 11.3.8.2
Oracle ACFS evaluation result events, 11.3.8.5
Oracle ACFS file access events, 11.3.8.3
Oracle ACFS privilege use events, 11.3.8.4
Oracle ACFS security and encryption, 11.3.8
authentication
operating system with Oracle ASM, 3.5.3
Oracle ASM, 3.5
password file with Oracle ASM, 3.5.4
Automatic Storage Management
home page on Oracle Enterprise Manager, 13

B

backing up Oracle ASM files
Oracle Enterprise Manager, 7.9
backup and restore
Oracle ACFS, 11.2.8
bad block recovery in Oracle ASM disks
Oracle Enterprise Manager, 7.10

C

capacity
managing in disk groups, 4.5
cd command
ASMCMD utility, 10.3.1
CELL.SMART_SCAN_CAPABLE disk group attribute, 4.1.2.4
changing tag names
Oracle ACFS, 16.1.6
chdg command
ASMCMD utility, 10.4.1
chgrp command
ASMCMD utility, 10.6.1
CHGRP command rule, 16.9.12
chkdg command
ASMCMD utility, 10.4.2
chmod command
ASMCMD utility, 10.6.2
CHMOD command rule, 16.9.12
chown command
ASMCMD utility, 10.6.3
CHOWN command rule, 16.9.12
chtmpl command
ASMCMD utility, 10.5.1
command rules
ALL, 16.9.12
APPENDFILE, 16.9.12
CHGRP, 16.9.12
CHMOD, 16.9.12
CHOWN, 16.9.12
CREATEFILE, 16.9.12
DELETEFILE, 16.9.12
EXTEND, 16.9.12
IMMUTABLE, 16.9.12
LINKFILE, 16.9.12
MKDIR, 16.9.12
MMAPREAD, 16.9.12
MMAPWRITE, 16.9.12
OPENFILE, 16.9.12
Oracle ACFS security, 16.9.12
OVERWRITE, 16.9.12
READ, 16.9.12
READDIR, 16.9.12
RENAME, 16.9.12
RMDIR, 16.9.12
SYMLINK, 16.9.12
TRUNCATE, 16.9.12
WRITE, 16.9.12
command utilities
Oracle ACFS, 16.11
Oracle ACFS for auditing, 16.8
compatibility
disk groups, 4.8.1, 7.4.1
Oracle ASM and database instances, 3.1
reverting disk groups to previous settings, 4.8.3.5
COMPATIBLE
database initialization parameter, 4.8.2.2
COMPATIBLE.ADVM disk group attribute, 4.1.2.7, 4.2.2, 4.8.2.3
default value, 4.8.2.3
COMPATIBLE.ASM disk group attribute, 4.1.2.5, 4.2.2, 4.8.2.1
default value, 4.8.2.1
COMPATIBLE.RDBMS disk group attribute, 4.1.2.6, 4.2.2, 4.8.2.2
default value, 4.8.2.2
components
Oracle ASM, 1.2
concepts
Oracle ASM, 1
configuration page
Oracle ASM on Oracle Enterprise Manager, 7.2
configuring an Oracle ASM instance
Oracle ASM Configuration Assistant, 9.3.2.2
Oracle Enterprise Manager, 7.2
configuring parameters for an Oracle ASM instance
Oracle ASM Configuration Assistant, 9.3.2.4
content type of a disk group
enabled by compatibility attributes, 4.8.4
CONTENT.CHECK disk group attribute, 4.1.2.8
CONTENT.TYPE disk group attribute, 4.1.2.9
control file
creating in Oracle ASM, A.4
converting snapshots
enabled by compatibility attributes, 4.8.4
converting to Oracle Flex ASM
Oracle ASM Configuration Assistant, 3.4.3, 9.3.2.1
cp command
ASMCMD utility, 10.3.2
CREATEFILE command rule, 16.9.12
creating a database home
with Oracle ASMCA, 14.1.4
creating a database using Oracle ASM, A.1
creating a new directory
Oracle ASM, 5.5.1
creating an Oracle ACFS file system
Oracle ASM Configuration Assistant, 14.2.1.2
creating an Oracle ADVM volume
Oracle ASM Configuration Assistant, 14.2.1.1
creating an Oracle ASM disk group
Oracle ASM Configuration Assistant, 9.3.2.6
creating disk groups, 4.2, 4.2.1
creating disk groups and adding disks, 4.2.1
creating disk groups and attributes, 4.2.1
creating disk groups and failure group types, 4.2.1
creating disk groups and failure groups, 4.2.1
creating disk groups and redundancy level, 4.2.1
creating disk groups in a new installation, 4.2.3
creating files in the database
Oracle ASM, 5.3
creating files using a default file location
Oracle ASM, 5.3.1
creating from existing snapshots
enabled by compatibility attributes, 4.8.4
creating Oracle ACFS file systems, 16.1.1
creating security realms
Oracle ACFS, 16.1.4
creating security rule sets
Oracle ACFS, 16.1.4
creating security rules
Oracle ACFS, 16.1.4

D

data files
moving between disk groups, 5.3.3
data files with alias names
Oracle ASM, 5.2.4.1
DB_CACHE_SIZE initialization parameter
Oracle ASM instance, 3.2.4.5
default configuration
Oracle ADVM, 15.1.1, B.2
DELETEFILE command rule, 16.9.12
deleting Oracle ASM instances
Oracle ASM Configuration Assistant, 9.3.2.5
deregistering file systems
Oracle ACFS, 16.1.8.1
determining the volume device name
Oracle ACFS, 16.1.1
diagnostic directory
Oracle ASM instance, 3.2.4.6
DIAGNOSTIC_DEST initialization parameter
Oracle ASM instance, 3.2.4.6
directories
ACFS for snapshots, 11.2.7, 16.11.12
creating disk group, 5.5.1
dropping disk group, 5.5.3
managing disk group, 5.5
Oracle ASM, 5.5
renaming disk group, 5.5.2
disabling a volume
Oracle ACFS, 16.1.8.3
disk discovery
about, 4.4.1
improving time, 4.4.3
in Oracle ASM, 4.4
Oracle ASM, 1.3.1
rules, 4.4.2
disk failures
in Oracle Automatic Storage Management, 4.6.1.2
disk group compatibility
configuring with Oracle Enterprise Manager, 7.4.8.1
considerations for replicated environments, 4.8.5
considerations in a replicated environments, 4.8.5
Oracle ACFS features enabled by settings, 4.8.4
Oracle ASM features enabled by settings, 4.8.4
setting, 4.8.3
setting in Oracle Enterprise Manager, 7.4.1
setting with ALTER DISKGROUP, 4.8.3.3
setting with CREATE DISKGROUP, 4.8.3.2
valid combinations, 4.8.3.1
viewing compatibility settings, 4.8.3.4
disk group management commands
ASMCMD utility, 10.4
disk group properties
configuring with Oracle Enterprise Manager, 7.4.8
disk group repair time
configuring with Oracle Enterprise Manager, 7.4.8.2
disk group smart scan compatibility
configuring with Oracle Enterprise Manager, 7.4.8.3
disk groups, 3.3.3.4
access control, 4.9
ACCESS_CONTROL.ENABLED attribute, 4.9.2
ACCESS_CONTROL.UMASK attribute, 4.9.2
adding disks to with Oracle ASM Configuration Assistant, 9.3.2.7
adding disks to with Oracle Enterprise Manager, 7.4.2
adding templates to, 5.8.2
administering, 4
allocation unit size, 4.1.2.3
altering membership of, 4.3
attributes, 4.1, 4.2.2
checking internal consistency, 4.11
compatibility, 4.8.1
compatibility attributes, 4.8.2
creating, 4.2
creating and adding disks, 4.2.1
creating and attributes, 4.2.1
creating and failure group types, 4.2.1
creating and failure groups, 4.2.1
creating and redundancy level, 4.2.1
creating for a new installation, 4.2.3
creating Oracle Enterprise Manager, 7.4.1
creating with Oracle ASM Configuration Assistant, 9.3.2.6
creating with SQL*Plus, 4.2.1
determining the number of, 4.7.1
directories, 5.5
discovering disks, 4.4.1
dismounting, 1.3.2
dismounting with Oracle Enterprise Manager, 7.4.7
dropping, 4.12
dropping disks from, 4.3.5
dropping disks with Oracle Enterprise Manager, 7.4.4
dropping in Oracle Enterprise Manager, 7.4.5
even read, 4.6.4
failure groups, 4.6.1, 4.6.1.1
list of attributes, 4.1.2
managing a shared password file, 3.5.5
managing capacity in, 4.5
manually rebalancing, 4.3.9
mirroring, 4.6.1
monitoring disk space usage in Oracle Enterprise Manager, 7.4.6
mounting, 1.3.2
mounting and dismounting, 4.10
mounting at startup, 3.3.3.3
mounting with force, 4.10.1
mounting with Oracle Enterprise Manager, 7.4.7
moving data files between, 5.3.3
names, 4.2.1
Oracle ASM, 1.2.2
Oracle Cluster Registry (OCR), and, 4.2.5
performance and scalability, 4.7
performance characteristics when grouping disks, 4.7.2
preferred read, 3.2.4.4
quorum failure groups, 4.2.5
rebalancing, 1.3.4
redundancy, 4.6.1
renamedg, 4.13
renaming, 4.13
renaming disks, 4.3.4
replacing disks, 4.3.3
resizing disks in, 4.3.7
reverting compatibility, 4.8.3.5
scrubbing, 4.3.11
sector size, 4.2.4
setting attributes, 4.1.1
storage limits, 4.7.3
tracking the replication status, 4.1.2.13
undropping disks in, 4.3.8
validations for sector size, 4.2.4
viewing attributes, 4.1.1
voting files, and, 4.2.5
when to use external, normal, or high redundancy, 4.6.1.4
disk partitions
storage resources, 2.1
disk regions
intelligent data placement, 4.3.6
Oracle Automatic Storage Management, 4.3.6
rebalance operations, and, 4.3.6
DISK_REPAIR_TIME disk group attribute, 4.1.2.10
fast disk resync, 4.6.3
disks
adding to a disk group, 1.3.3
discovering, 1.3.1, 4.4, 4.4.1
dropping from a disk group, 1.3.3
Oracle ASM, 1.2.4
regions, 4.3.6
dismounting disk groups, 1.3.2
dismounting file systems
Oracle ACFS, 16.1.8.2
dismounting or shutting down
Oracle ACFS, 11.3.5
displaying encryption information
Oracle ACFS, 16.1.5
displaying security information
Oracle ACFS, 16.1.4
displaying tagging information
Oracle ACFS, 16.1.6
driver commands
acfsdriverstate, B.7.2
acfsload, B.7.1
Oracle ACFS, B.7
driver model
Oracle ACFS, 11.2.5
drivers resource
Oracle ACFS, B.3
dropdg command
ASMCMD utility, 10.4.3
dropping a directory
Oracle ASM, 5.5.3
dropping aliases
Oracle ASM, 5.4.3
dropping aliases from a disk group, 5.4.4
dropping disk groups, 4.12
dropping disks from a disk group, 1.3.3, 4.3.5
dropping disks from disk groups in Oracle Enterprise Manager, 7.4.4
dropping files from a disk group
Oracle ASM, 5.4.4
dropping Oracle ASM templates, 5.8.4
dsget command
ASMCMD utility, 10.2.1
dsset command
ASMCMD utility, 10.2.2
du command
ASMCMD utility, 10.3.3
dynamic views, 6, 12

E

enabling encryption
Oracle ACFS, 16.1.5
encrypting file systems
Oracle ACFS, 16.1.5
encrypting secure file systems
Oracle ACFS, 16.1.4
encryption
configuring with Oracle ASMCA, 14.1.3
enabled by compatibility attributes, 4.8.4, 4.8.4, 4.8.4
Oracle ACFS, 11.3.7
Oracle ACFS and snapshots, 11.2.7
encryption keys
Oracle ACFS, 11.3.7
Enterprise Manager
See Oracle Enterprise Manager
Enterprise Manager Cloud Control
See Oracle Enterprise Manager
error handling
Oracle ACFS, B.1.2
even read
disk groups, 4.6.4
distributing data reads, 4.6.4
Exadata storage
enabled by compatibility attributes, 4.8.4
exit command
ASMCMD utility, 10.1.4.2
EXTEND command rule, 16.9.12
Extended Attributes
requirements for tagging, 11.3.10
extents
Oracle ASM, 1.2.4.1, 1.2.5.1
variable size, 1.2.4.1, 1.2.5.1, 4.5, 4.8.4
external tables
and Oracle ACFS, 11.2.10

F

FAILGROUP_REPAIR_TIME disk group attribute, 4.1.2.11
fast disk resync, 4.6.3
failure groups
about, 4.6.1.1
disk failures, 4.6.1.2
guidelines, 4.6.1.3
how many to create, 4.6.1.4
minimum recommended, 4.6.1.1
mirroring, and, 4.6.1
Oracle ASM, 1.2.3
preferred read, 4.6.5, 4.6.5
quorum type, 4.2.5
simultaneous failure, 4.6.1.4
when to use external, normal, or high redundancy, 4.6.1.4
fast mirror resync, 4.6.3
enabled by compatibility attributes, 4.8.4
managing with Oracle Enterprise Manager, 7.4.3, 7.4.3
file access and security
Oracle ACFS, 11.3.1
file access control
enabled by compatibility attributes, 4.8.4
enabling with Oracle Enterprise Manager, 7.4.8.4
managing with SQL statements, 4.9.3
Oracle Automatic Storage Management, 4.9
restricting access to files, 4.9.1
setting up for files in a disk group, 4.9.1
setting with SQL statements, 4.9.2
file management commands
ASMCMD utility, 10.3
file names
Oracle ASM, 5.2
Oracle Automatic Storage Management, 5.2
file names in SQL statements
Oracle ASM, 5.3.2
file names with template form
Oracle ASM, 5.2.5
file templates
understanding, 1.2.5.3
file types supported
Oracle ASM, 5.1
files
Oracle ASM, 1.2.5
templates, 1.2.5.3
find command
ASMCMD utility, 10.3.4
fsck command
AIX, 16.4.1
Linux environments, 16.2.1
Solaris, 16.3.1
fully qualified file names
Oracle ASM, 5.2.3

G

grid infrastructure configuration
Oracle ACFS, 11.3.3
grid infrastructure installation
Oracle ACFS, 11.3.2
grid plug and play (GPnP)
retrieving the location of an ASM SPFILE, 10.2.20
setting the location of the ASM SPFILE, 10.2.22
groups
OSASM, 3.5, 3.5.2, 3.5.3, 3.5.4
groups command
ASMCMD utility, 10.6.4
grpmod command
ASMCMD utility, 10.6.5

H

help command
ASMCMD utility, 10.1.6
High Availability NFS for Oracle Grid Home
notes, 11.3.13
Oracle ACFS, 11.3.13
setting up for an Oracle ACFS file system, 11.3.13

I

IDP.BOUNDARY disk group attribute, 4.1.2.12
IDP.TYPE disk group attribute, 4.1.2.12
IMMUTABLE command rule, 16.9.12
incomplete file name form
Oracle ASM, 5.2.6
incomplete file name template form
Oracle ASM, 5.2.7
individual file system resource
Oracle ACFS, B.5
initialization parameter files
backing up, copying, and moving, 3.2.2
creating an SPFILE in a disk group, 3.2.2
Oracle ASM, 3.2.1
search order for Oracle ASM, 3.2.1
initialization parameters
COMPATIBLE, 4.8.2.2
database for use with Oracle ASM instance, 3.2.5
Oracle ASM instance, 3.2.4
Oracle Automatic Storage Management, 3.2
setting for Oracle ASM instance, 3.2.3
initializing encryption on file systems
Oracle ACFS, 16.1.5
initializing security
Oracle ACFS file systems, 16.1.4
instance management commands
ASMCMD utility, 10.2
INSTANCE_TYPE initialization parameter
Oracle ASM instance, 3.2.4.7
instances
Oracle ASM, 1.2.1
intelligent data placement
disk regions, 4.3.6
enabled by compatibility attributes, 4.8.4
rebalance operations, and, 4.3.6
I/O failure console messages
Oracle ACFS, B.10
iostat command
ASMCMD utility, 10.4.4

K

keys
encryption, 11.3.7

L

LARGE_POOL_SIZE initialization parameter
Oracle ASM instance, 3.2.4.8
limits
Oracle ACFS, B.1
Oracle ADVM, B.2
LINKFILE command rule, 16.9.12
Linux environments
Oracle ACFS command-line tools, 16.2
logical unit number
storage resources, 2.1
logical volumes
storage resources, 2.1
ls command
ASMCMD utility, 10.3.5
lsattr command
ASMCMD utility, 10.4.5
lsct command
ASMCMD utility, 10.2.3
lsdg command
ASMCMD utility, 10.4.6
lsdsk command
ASMCMD utility, 10.4.7
lsgrp command
ASMCMD utility, 10.6.6
lsod command
ASMCMD utility, 10.4.8
lsof command
ASMCMD utility, 10.3.6
lsop command
ASMCMD utility, 10.2.4
lspwusr command
ASMCMD utility, 10.2.5
lstmpl command
ASMCMD utility, 10.5.2
lsusr command
ASMCMD utility, 10.6.7

M

managing a shared password file in a disk group
enabled by compatibility attributes, 4.8.4
managing aliases
Oracle ASM, 5.4
managing capacity in disk groups, 4.5
managing file access control
Oracle Enterprise Manager, 7.5
managing file access control for disk groups
Oracle Enterprise Manager, 7.5
managing Oracle ASM files
Oracle Enterprise Manager, 7.6, 7.6
managing Oracle ASM templates
Oracle Enterprise Manager, 7.7
managing Oracle ASM templates page
Oracle Enterprise Manager, 7.7
managing templates
Oracle Automatic Storage Management, 5.8
managing users
Oracle ASM in Oracle Enterprise Manager, 7.3
md_backup command
ASMCMD utility, 10.4.9
md_restore command
ASMCMD utility, 10.4.10
memory management
Oracle Automatic Storage Management, 3.2.3.1
migrating a database
to Oracle ASM, 3.6
migrating data
Oracle ASM with Recovery Manager, 8.1
migrating data to alternative storage
Oracle ASM, 8.4
migrating data to Oracle ASM
with Recovery Manager, 8.3
migrating to Oracle ASM
Oracle Enterprise Manager, 7.11
mirror
fast resync, 4.6.3, 7.4.3, 7.4.3
mirroring
failure groups, and, 4.6.1
Oracle ASM, 1.2.3
with failure groups, 1.2.3
mkalias command
ASMCMD utility, 10.3.7
mkdg command
ASMCMD utility, 10.4.11
mkdir command
ASMCMD utility, 10.3.8
MKDIR command rule, 16.9.12
mkfs command
AIX, 16.4.2
Linux environments, 16.2.2
Solaris, 16.3.2
mkgrp command
ASMCMD utility, 10.6.8
mktmpl command
ASMCMD utility, 10.5.3
mkusr command
ASMCMD utility, 10.6.9
MMAPREAD command rule, 16.9.12
MMAPWRITE command rule, 16.9.12
modifying a file
disk regions, 4.3.6
monitoring Oracle ASM performance
Oracle Enterprise Manager, 7.8.1
mount command
AIX, 16.4.3
ASMCMD utility, 10.4.12
Linux environments, 16.2.3
Solaris, 16.3.3
mount model
Oracle ACFS, 11.2.2
mount registry
Oracle ACFS, 11.2.6
mounting and dismounting disk groups, 4.10
mounting disk groups, 1.3.2
using force, 4.10.1
mounting Oracle ACFS file systems, 16.1.1
moving data between disk groups
Oracle ASM, 8.5
multipathing
with Oracle ASM, 2.2
multiple file creation form
Oracle ASM, 5.2.2

N

namespace
Oracle ACFS, 11.2.2
naming
disk groups, 4.2.1
network file systems
storage resources, 2.1
NFS
and Oracle ACFS, B.1.3
NOWAIT keyword
in REBALANCE clause, 4.3

O

OCR in disk groups
enabled by compatibility attributes, 4.8.4
offline command
ASMCMD utility, 10.4.13
online command
ASMCMD utility, 10.4.14
open files
and chgrp command, 10.6.1
and chmod command, 10.6.2
and chown command, 10.6.3
OPENFILE command rule, 16.9.12
operating system authentication
for Oracle Automatic Storage Management, 3.5.3
Oracle ASM, 3.5.3
SYSASM, 3.5.3
Oracle ACFS
See Oracle Automatic Storage Management Cluster File System
Oracle ACFS security
command rules, 16.9.12
Oracle ADVM
See Oracle Automatic Storage Management Dynamic Volume Manager
Oracle ADVM volume devices
creating, 16.1.1
Oracle ASM
See Oracle Automatic Storage Management
Oracle ASM Configuration Assistant
about, 9, 14
addDisk command, 9.3.2.7
commands, 9.3.2, 14.2.1
configureASM command, 9.3.2.2
configureParameter command, 9.3.2.4
configuring an Oracle ACFS, 14.1.2
configuring an Oracle ADVM volume, 14.1.1
configuring disk groups, 9.2.3
configuring Oracle ACFS encryption, 14.1.3
configuring Oracle ACFS for a database home, 14.1.4
configuring Oracle ACFS security, 14.1.3
converting to Oracle Flex ASM, 3.4.3
convertToFlexASM command, 9.3.2.1
createACFS command, 14.2.1.2
createDiskGroup command, 9.3.2.6
createVolume command, 14.2.1.1
creating a database home on Oracle ACFS, 14.1.4
creating an Oracle ACFS file system, 14.1.2
creating an Oracle ADVM volume, 14.1.1
creating an Oracle ASM instance, 9.2.1
creating disk groups, 9.2.3
deleteASM command, 9.3.2.5
mounting or dismounting an Oracle ACFS, 14.1.2
running in command-line mode, 9.3.1
running in silent mode, 9.3.1
starting, 9.1
updating Oracle ASM instance parameters, 9.2.1
upgradeASM command, 9.3.2.3
upgrading an Oracle ASM instance, 9.2.2
Oracle ASM file access control commands
ASMCMD utility, 10.6
Oracle ASM performance
Oracle Enterprise Manager, 7.8.1
Oracle ASM preferred read
failure groups, 4.6.5
Oracle ASM proxy instance
Oracle ACFS and Oracle ADVM, 3.3.1.1
Oracle Automatic Storage Management
accessing files with the XML DB virtual folder, 5.6
active session history sampling, 3.3.8
adding aliases, 5.4.1
administering, 3
administering Oracle Flex ASM, 3.3.1.3
alias file names, 5.2.4
aliases, 5.4
and Oracle Enterprise Manager, 7
ASM_POWER_LIMIT initialization parameter, 3.2.4.3
ASM_PREFERRED_READ_FAILURE_GROUPS initialization parameter, 3.2.4.4
ASMSNMP, 9.2.1
ASMSNMP user in Oracle Enterprise Manager, 7.3
authentication, 3.5
backing up initialization parameter files, 3.2.2
command-line utility, 10, 15
components, 1.2
concepts, 1
configuring initialization parameters, 3.2
connecting to an instance, 3.3.3.1
converting to Oracle Flex ASM, 3.4.3
copying initialization parameter files, 3.2.2
creating a database example, A.1.1
creating a database in, A.1
creating a new directory, 5.5.1
creating archive log files in, A.5
creating control file example, A.4.1, A.4.2
creating control file in, A.4
creating files in the database, 5.3
creating files using a default file location, 5.3.1
creating redo logs in, A.3
creating SPFILE in a disk group, 3.2.2
creating tablespaces in, A.2
data files with alias names, 5.2.4.1
database initialization parameters, 3.2.5
DB_CACHE_SIZE initialization parameter, 3.2.4.5
diagnostic directory, 3.2.4.6
DIAGNOSTIC_DEST initialization parameter, 3.2.4.6
directories, 5.5
discovering disks, 1.3.1, 4.4
disk discovery, 4.4
disk discovery string, 1.3.1
disk failures in, 4.6.1.2
disk groups, 1.2.2
disk partitions for storage resources, 2.1
disk regions, 4.3.6
disks, 1.2.4
dropping a directory, 5.5.3
dropping aliases, 5.4.3
dropping files, 5.4.4
extents, 1.2.5.1
failure groups, 4.6.1.1
failure groups recommendations, 4.6.1.1
file access control, 4.9
file names, 5.2, 5.2
file names with template form, 5.2.5
file templates, 1.2.5.3
file types supported, 5.1
files, 1.2.5
fully qualified file names, 5.2.3
home page on Oracle Enterprise Manager, 7.1
incomplete file name form, 5.2.6
incomplete file name template form, 5.2.7
initialization parameter files, 3.2.1
initialization parameters, 3.2.4
INSTANCE_TYPE initialization parameter, 3.2.4.7
instances, 1.2.1
integration with Oracle ACFS, 11.2.9
LARGE_POOL_SIZE initialization parameter, 3.2.4.8
logical volumes for storage resources, 2.1
LUNs for storage resources, 2.1
managing aliases, 5.4
memory management, 3.2.3.1
migrating a database to, 3.6
migrating data, 8, 8.1.3
migrating data to, 8.3
migrating data to alternative storage, 8.4
mirroring and failure groups, 1.2.3
moving data between disk groups, 8.5
moving initialization parameter files, 3.2.2
multipathing, 2.2
multiple file creation form, 5.2.2
network file systems for storage resources, 2.1
one operating system group for all privileges, 3.5.1.1
operating system authentication for, 3.5.3
Oracle Database file mapping, 5.3.4
Oracle Flex ASM, 3.3.1, 3.3.1.1
overview, 1.1
password file authentication for, 3.5.4
preparing storage resources, 2.1
privileges, 3.5.1
PROCESSES initialization parameter, 3.2.4.9
recommendations for storage preparation, 2.3
Recovery Manager, and, 8, 8.1.3
referencing files in the database, 5.3
REMOTE_LOGIN_PASSWORDFILE initialization parameter, 3.2.4.10
renaming a directory, 5.5.2
renaming aliases, 5.4.2
rolling patches, 3.4.2
rolling upgrades, 3.4.1
search order for initialization parameter files, 3.2.1
separate operating system groups for privileges, 3.5.1.2
setting initialization parameters, 3.2.3
setting up Oracle Flex ASM, 3.3.1.2
SHARED_POOL_SIZE initialization parameter, 3.2.4.11
shutting down an instance, 3.3.4
shutting down an instance with OCR or voting files in a disk group, 3.3.4
shutting down an instance with Oracle ACFS, 3.3.4
single file creation form, 5.2.1
starting up an instance, 3.3.3.1
starting up an instance with incorrect SPFILE path, 3.3.3.2
storage considerations, 2
storage limits, 4.7.3
storage resources, 2.1
striping, 1.2.5.2
upgrading an instance with Oracle ASM Configuration Assistant, 9.2.2
users page in Oracle Enterprise Manager, 7.3
using file names in SQL statements, 5.3.2
views, 6.1
XML DB virtual folder, 5.6
Oracle Automatic Storage Management Cluster File System
about, 11.2.1
adding objects to security realms, 16.1.4
adding security administrators, 16.1.4
administering, 11.3
and external tables on Windows, 11.2.10
and NFS, B.1.3
and Oracle Enterprise Manager, 13
and Oracle Restart, B.6
auditing files and Oracle Database homes, 11.2.3
auditing security and encryption, 11.3.8
backup and restore, 11.2.8
basic steps to access a file system, 16.1.2
basic steps to create a file system, 16.1.1
basic steps to deregister, dismount, and disable a volume and file system, 16.1.8
basic steps to manage snapshots, 16.1.3
basic steps to manage with command-line tools, 16.1
basic steps to remove a file system and volume, 16.1.9
changing tag names, 16.1.6
command-line tools, 16
creating file systems, 16.1.1
creating security realms, 16.1.4
creating security rule sets, 16.1.4
creating security rules, 16.1.4
creating snapshots with Oracle Enterprise Manager, 13.2.1
creating volumes and file systems with Oracle Enterprise Manager, 13.1.1
deregistering file systems, 16.1.8.1
determining the Oracle ADVM volume device name, 16.1.1
disabling a volume, 16.1.8.3
disk group compatibility, 16.1.1
dismount or shut down, 11.3.5
dismounting file systems, 16.1.8.2
displaying encryption information, 16.1.5
displaying security information, 16.1.4
displaying tagging information, 16.1.6
driver commands, B.7
driver model, 11.2.5
drivers resource, B.3
enabling encryption, 16.1.5
encrypting file systems, 16.1.5
encrypting secure file systems, 16.1.4
encryption, 11.3.7
encryption keys, 11.3.7
error handling, B.1.2
file access and security, 11.3.1
file systems on other nodes, 16.1.2
grid infrastructure configuration, 11.3.3
grid infrastructure installation, 11.3.2
High Availability NFS for Oracle Grid Home, 11.3.13
important considerations with database files, 11.1
important general considerations, 11.1
individual file system resource, B.5
initializing encryption on file systems, 16.1.5
initializing security on file systems, 16.1.4
integration with Oracle ASM, 11.2.9
I/O failure console messages, B.10
limits, B.1
mount model, 11.2.2
mount point and Oracle Database homes, 11.2.3
mount registry, 11.2.6
mounting file systems, 16.1.1
namespace, 11.2.2
Oracle ADVM, 11.4
Oracle ADVM volume devices, 16.1.1
Oracle Clusterware resource types, 11.3.4
Oracle Database homes, and, 11.2.3
ora.diskgroup.volume.acfs file system resource, 11.3.4
ora.drivers.acfs drivers resource, 11.3.4
ora.registry.acfs registry resource, 11.3.4
overview, 11.1
plug-in API, B.8
plugins, 11.3.12
preparing security on file systems, 16.1.4
read-only and read-write snapshots, 11.2.7
read-write snapshots, 11.2.7
registering file systems, 16.1.1
registry resource, B.4
removing tag names, 16.1.6
replicating file systems, 16.1.7
replication, 11.3.9
replication with auditing, encryption, and security, 11.3.11
restrictions for storage resource, 2.1
saving security information, 16.1.4
securing file systems, 16.1.4
security, 11.3.6
setting encryption parameters, 16.1.5
snapshots, 16.11.12, 16.11.13, 16.11.14
space usage, B.1.1
specifying tag names for file systems, 16.1.6
supported file types, 11.1
system-created security realms, 16.9.11
tagging, 11.3.10
tagging API, B.9
tagging file systems, 16.1.6
viewing and modifying snapshots with Oracle Enterprise Manager, 13.2.1
viewing and modifying volumes and file systems with Oracle Enterprise Manager, 13.1.2
views, 12.1
Oracle Automatic Storage Management Dynamic Volume Manager
default configuration, 15.1.1, B.2
limits, B.2
Oracle ACFS, 11.4
overview, 11.2.4, 11.4
Oracle Cloud File System
about, 1.1.1
Oracle ACFS and Oracle ADVM, 11
overview, 11
Oracle Cluster Registry (OCR)
in disk groups, 4.2.5
Oracle Clusterware resource types
Kernel Services Driver (OKS), 11.3.4
Oracle ACFS, 11.3.4
Oracle ADVM, 11.3.4
Oracle Database file mapping
with Oracle ASM, 5.3.4
Oracle Database homes
Oracle ACFS, and, 11.2.3
Oracle Enterprise Manager
accessing the Oracle ASM home page, 7.1, 13
adding disks to a disk group, 7.4.2
and Oracle ACFS, 13
and Oracle ASM, 7
backing up Oracle ASM files, 7.9
bad block recovery in Oracle ASM disks, 7.10
creating disk groups, 7.4.1
creating Oracle ACFS file systems, 13.1.1
creating Oracle ACFS snapshots, 13.2.1
creating Oracle ACFS volumes, 13.1.1
disk group compatibility, 7.4.8.1
disk group file access control, 7.4.8.4
disk group properties, 7.4.8
disk group repair time, 7.4.8.2
disk group smart scan compatibility, 7.4.8.3
dismounting disk groups, 7.4.7
dropping disk groups, 7.4.5
dropping disks from disk groups, 7.4.4
managing fast mirror resync, 7.4.3
managing file access control for disk groups, 7.5
managing Oracle ASM files, 7.6
managing Oracle ASM templates, 7.7
migrating to Oracle ASM, 7.11
monitoring Oracle ASM disk group space usage, 7.4.6
mounting disk groups, 7.4.7
Oracle ASM configuration page, 7.2
Oracle ASM performance page, 7.8.1
Oracle ASM users page, 7.3
setting disk group compatibility, 7.4.1
support workbench for Oracle ASM, 7.12, 7.13
viewing and modifying Oracle ACFS snapshots, 13.2.1
viewing and modifying Oracle ACFS volumes and file systems, 13.1.2
Oracle Flex ASM
administering, 3.3.1.3
configuring, 3.3.1.2
converting to, 3.4.3
database clients, 3.3.1.1
direct Oracle ASM clients, 3.3.1.1
INSTANCE_TYPE initialization parameter, 3.3.1.1
local Oracle ASM clients, 3.3.1.1
multiple Oracle ASM instances, 3.3.1.1
Oracle ASM proxy instance, 3.3.1.1
overview, 3.3.1.1
relocating clients, 3.3.1.3
setting up, 3.3.1.2
Oracle Home user on Windows
lower privileged user, 3.3.9
Oracle Restart
about, 3.3.2
and Oracle ACFS, B.6
standalone server, 3.3.2
with Oracle ASM, 3.3.2
ora.diskgroup.volume.acfs file system resource
Oracle ACFS, 11.3.4
ora.drivers.acfs drivers resource
Oracle ACFS, 11.3.4
orapwusr command
ASMCMD utility, 10.2.6
ora.registry.acfs registry resource
Oracle ACFS, 11.3.4
OSASM group, 3.5, 3.5.1.2, 3.5.2, 3.5.3, 3.5.4
OSDBA group, 3.5.1.2, 3.5.1.2
OSOPER group, 3.5.1.2
OSTMG10048, 4.4
overview
Oracle ACFS, 11.1
Oracle ADVM, 11.2.4
Oracle ASM, 1.1
OVERWRITE command rule, 16.9.12

P

passwd command
ASMCMD utility, 10.6.10
password file authentication
for Oracle Automatic Storage Management, 3.5.4
Oracle ASM, 3.5.4
performance and scalability improvements for ls and find
enabled by compatibility attributes, 4.8.4
PHYS_META_REPLICATED disk group attribute, 4.1.2.13
plug-in API
acfsplugin, B.8.2
Oracle ACFS, B.8
Oracle ACFS pre-defined metric type, B.8.1
plugins
Oracle ACFS, 11.3.12
Oracle ADVM, 11.3.12
pre-defined metric type
Oracle ACFS plug-in API, B.8.1
preferred read
failure groups, 4.6.5
preferred read failure groups, 3.2.4.4, 4.6.5, 4.6.5.1
administering, 4.6.5.1
preparing security on file systems
Oracle ACFS, 16.1.4
privileges
ASMCMD utility, 10.1.4.3
for one operating system group, 3.5.1.1
Oracle ASM, 3.5.1
separate operating system groups, 3.5.1.2
SYSASM, 3.5.1.3, 3.5.2, 3.5.4
SYSASM and Oracle Enterprise Manager, 7.1, 7.3
SYSASM in Oracle Enterprise Manager, 7.4.1, 7.4.2
SYSDBA with Oracle ASM, 3.5.1.4
PROCESSES initialization parameter
Oracle ASM instance, 3.2.4.9
pwcopy command
ASMCMD utility, 10.2.7
pwcreate command
ASMCMD utility, 10.2.8
pwd command
ASMCMD utility, 10.3.9
pwdelete command
ASMCMD utility, 10.2.9
pwget command
ASMCMD utility, 10.2.10
pwmove command
ASMCMD utility, 10.2.11
pwset command
ASMCMD utility, 10.2.12

Q

quorum failure group, 4.2.5

R

READ command rule, 16.9.12
read errors
recovery, 4.6.2
READDIR command rule, 16.9.12
read-only snapshots
enabled by compatibility attributes, 4.8.4
read-write snapshots
enabled by compatibility attributes, 4.8.4
realms
system-created security, 16.9.11
rebal command
ASMCMD utility, 10.4.15
rebalance
and CONTENT.CHECK disk group attribute, 4.3.10
and THIN_PROVISIONED disk group attribute, 4.3.10
REBALANCE NOWAIT clause, 4.3
REBALANCE WAIT clause, 4.3
rebalancing
disk groups, 1.3.4, 4.3.9
rebalancing disk groups
tuning, 4.3.10
rebalancing process
ASM_POWER_LIMIT initialization parameter, 3.2.4.3
recommendations for storage preparation
for Oracle ASM, 2.3
recovery
read errors, 4.6.2
write errors, 4.6.2
redo logs
creating in Oracle ASM, A.3
REDUNDANCY_LOWERED column
in V$ASM_FILE, 4.5
referencing files in the database
Oracle ASM, 5.3
regions
intelligent data placement, 4.3.6
registering
Oracle ACFS file system, 16.1.1
registry resource
Oracle ACFS, B.4
remap command
ASMCMD utility, 10.4.16
REMOTE_LOGIN_PASSWORDFILE initialization parameter
Oracle ASM instance, 3.2.4.10
removing tag names
Oracle ACFS, 16.1.6
RENAME command rule, 16.9.12
renamedg tool
renaming disk groups, 4.13
updating resources, 4.13
renaming a directory
Oracle ASM, 5.5.2
renaming aliases
Oracle ASM, 5.4.2
renaming disk groups, 4.13
renamedg and updating resources, 4.13
renaming disks in a disk group, 4.3.4
replacing disks
altering disk groups, 4.3.3
replacing disks in a disk group, 4.3.3
replicated environments
disk group compatibility considerations, 4.8.5
replicating file systems
calculating storage requirements, 16.1.7
configuring the site hosting the primary file system, 16.1.7
configuring the site hosting the standby file system, 16.1.7
managing replication background processes, 16.1.7
monitoring replication on the file system, 16.1.7
Oracle ACFS, 16.1.7
Oracle wallets, 16.1.7
pausing replication processes, 16.1.7
setting up tags, 16.1.7
unique service names for replicated file systems, 16.1.7
user names and service names, 16.1.7
replication
enabled by compatibility attributes, 4.8.4, 4.8.4, 4.8.4, 4.8.4
Oracle ACFS, 11.3.9
storage requirements for Oracle ACFS file systems, 16.1.7
using with Oracle ACFS auditing, encryption, and security, 11.3.11
replication status of a disk group
enabled by compatibility attributes, 4.8.4
resizing disks in disk groups, 4.3.7
restricting at startup, 3.3.3.4
resync
fast mirror, 4.6.3, 7.4.3, 7.4.3
reverting compatibility settings
disk groups, 4.8.3.5
rm command
ASMCMD utility, 10.3.10
rmalias command
ASMCMD utility, 10.3.11
RMDIR command rule, 16.9.12
rmgrp command
ASMCMD utility, 10.6.11
rmtmpl command
ASMCMD utility, 10.5.4
rmusr command
ASMCMD utility, 10.6.12
rolling patches
Oracle ASM, 3.4.2
rolling upgrades
Oracle Automatic Storage Management, 3.4.1
rpusr command
ASMCMD utility, 10.6.13
running
ASMCMD utility, 10.1.3
ASMCMD utility in a database home, 10.1.3
ASMCMD utility in an Oracle grid infrastructure, 10.1.3

S

saving security information
Oracle ACFS, 16.1.4
scrubbing disk groups, 4.3.11
sector size
disk groups, 4.2.4
enabled by compatibility attributes, 4.8.4
validations for disk groups, 4.2.4
SECTOR_SIZE disk group attribute, 4.1.2.14
securing file systems
Oracle ACFS, 16.1.4
security
configuring with Oracle ASMCA, 14.1.3
enabled by compatibility attributes, 4.8.4, 4.8.4, 4.8.4
Oracle ACFS, 11.3.6
Oracle ACFS and snapshots, 11.2.7
system-created realms, 16.9.11
setattr command
ASMCMD utility, 10.4.17
setting encryption parameters
Oracle ACFS, 16.1.5
shared password file
for Oracle ASM instance, 3.5.5
managing in a disk group, 3.5.5
SHARED_POOL_SIZE initialization parameter
Oracle ASM instance, 3.2.4.11
showclustermode command
ASMCMD utility, 10.2.13
showclusterstate command
ASMCMD utility, 10.2.14
showpatches command
ASMCMD utility, 10.2.15
showversion command
ASMCMD utility, 10.2.16
shutdown command
ASMCMD utility, 10.2.17
shutting down an Oracle ASM instance
about, 3.3.4
with OCR or voting files in a disk group, 3.3.4
with Oracle ACFS file system mounted, 3.3.4
single file creation form
Oracle ASM, 5.2.1
snapshots
.ACFS directory, 11.2.7, 16.11.12
converting format of an existing Oracle ACFS snapshot, 11.2.7
creating from existing Oracle ACFS snapshot, 11.2.7
creating Oracle ACFS read-only, 16.11.12
creating Oracle ACFS read-write, 16.11.12
Oracle ACFS, 11.2.7, 16.11.12, 16.11.13, 16.11.14
Oracle ACFS and encryption, 11.2.7
Oracle ACFS and security, 11.2.7
read-write in Oracle ACFS, 11.2.7
snap directory, 11.2.7
snaps directory, 16.11.12
Solaris
Oracle ACFS command-line tools, 16.3
space usage
Oracle ACFS, B.1.1
spbackup command
ASMCMD utility, 10.2.18
backing up an Oracle ASM SPFILE, 10.2.18
spcopy command
ASMCMD utility, 10.2.19
copying an Oracle ASM SPFILE, 10.2.19
specifying tag names for file systems
Oracle ACFS, 16.1.6
spget command
ASMCMD utility, 10.2.20
retrieving the location of an ASM SPFILE, 10.2.20
spmove command
ASMCMD utility, 10.2.21
moving an Oracle ASM SPFILE, 10.2.21
spset command
ASMCMD utility, 10.2.22
setting the location of an ASM SPFILE, 10.2.22
standalone server
Oracle Restart, 3.3.2
starting up an Oracle ASM instance
about, 3.3.3
with incorrect SPFILE path, 3.3.3.2
startup
mounting disk groups, 3.3.3.3
restricting disk groups, 3.3.3.4
startup command
ASMCMD utility, 10.2.23
storage considerations
for Oracle ASM, 2
storage limits
disk groups, 4.7.3
Oracle ASM disks, 4.7.3
Oracle Automatic Storage Management, 4.7.3
storage resources
disk partitions and Oracle ASM, 2.1
for Oracle ASM, 2.1
logical volumes and Oracle ASM, 2.1
LUNs and Oracle ASM, 2.1
network file systems and Oracle ASM, 2.1
preparation for Oracle ASM, 2.1
restrictions for Oracle ACFS, 2.1
STORAGE.TYPE disk group attribute, 4.1.2.15
storing data files and redo logs in Oracle ACFS file systems
enabled by compatibility attributes, 4.8.4
striping
files, 1.2.5.2
Oracle ASM, 1.2.5.2
support workbench for Oracle ASM
Oracle Enterprise Manager, 7.12, 7.13
supported file types
Oracle ACFS, 11.1
SYMLINK command rule, 16.9.12
SYSASM privilege, 3.5.1.3, 3.5.2, 3.5.4
accessing the Oracle ASM home page in Oracle Enterprise Manager, 7.1
Oracle Enterprise Manager, 7.3, 7.4.1, 7.4.2
SYSDBA privilege with Oracle ASM, 3.5.1.4
system-created realms
security, 16.9.11

T

tablespaces
creating in Oracle ASM, A.2
tagging
enabled by compatibility attributes, 4.8.4, 4.8.4, 4.8.4, 4.8.4
Extended Attributes requirements, 11.3.10
Oracle ACFS, 11.3.10
requirements for Oracle ACFS, 11.3.10
tagging API
Oracle ACFS, B.9
tagging error values
Oracle ACFS, B.9.2
tagging file systems
Oracle ACFS, 16.1.6
tagging name specification
Oracle ACFS, B.9.1
template management commands
ASMCMD utility, 10.5
templates
adding to a disk group, 5.8.2
attributes, 5.8.1
dropping, 5.8.4
for specifying redundancy and striping, 5.8.5
managing Oracle ASM, 5.8
modifying an Oracle ASM, 5.8.3
Oracle ASM, 1.2.5.3
user-defined for Oracle ASM, 5.8.5
THIN_PROVISIONED disk group attribute, 4.1.2.16
tracking the replication status
for disk groups, 4.1.2.13
TRUNCATE command rule, 16.9.12
tuning rebalance operations, 4.3.10

U

umount command
AIX, 16.4.4
ASMCMD utility, 10.4.18
Linux environments, 16.2.4
Solaris, 16.3.4
umountall command
AIX, 16.4.4
Solaris, 16.3.4
undropping disks in disk groups, 4.3.8
unlimited file system expansion
acfsutil size command, 16.11.10
enabled by compatibility attributes, 4.8.4
upgrading an Oracle ASM instance
Oracle ASM Configuration Assistant, 9.3.2.3

V

V$ASM_ACFS_ENCRYPTION_INFO view, 12.1, 12.1
V$ASM_ACFS_SEC_ADMIN view, 12.1
V$ASM_ACFS_SEC_CMDRULE view, 12.1
V$ASM_ACFS_SEC_REALM view, 12.1
V$ASM_ACFS_SEC_REALM_FILTER view, 12.1
V$ASM_ACFS_SEC_REALM_GROUP view, 12.1
V$ASM_ACFS_SEC_REALM_USER view, 12.1
V$ASM_ACFS_SEC_RULE view, 12.1
V$ASM_ACFS_SEC_RULESET view, 12.1
V$ASM_ACFS_SEC_RULESET_RULE view, 12.1
V$ASM_ACFSSNAPSHOTS view, 12.1
V$ASM_ACFSTAG view, 12.1
V$ASM_ACFSVOLUMES view, 12.1
V$ASM_ALIAS view, 6.1
V$ASM_ATTRIBUTE view, 4.8.3.4, 6.1
enabled by compatibility attributes, 4.8.4
V$ASM_AUDIT_CLEAN_EVENTS view, 12.1
V$ASM_AUDIT_CLEANUP_JOBS view, 12.1
V$ASM_AUDIT_CONFIG_PARAMS view, 12.1
V$ASM_AUDIT_LAST_ARCH_TS view, 12.1
V$ASM_CLIENT view, 6.1
V$ASM_DISK view, 6.1
V$ASM_DISK_IOSTAT view, 6.1
V$ASM_DISK_STAT view, 6.1
V$ASM_DISKGROUP view, 4.8.3.4, 6.1
V$ASM_DISKGROUP_STAT view, 6.1
V$ASM_ESTIMATE view, 6.1
V$ASM_FILE view, 6.1
V$ASM_FILESYSTEM view, 12.1
V$ASM_OPERATION view, 6.1
V$ASM_TEMPLATE view, 6.1
V$ASM_USER view, 6.1
V$ASM_USERGROUP view, 6.1
V$ASM_USERGROUP_MEMBER view, 6.1
V$ASM_VOLUME view, 12.1
V$ASM_VOLUME_STAT view, 12.1
variable size extents, 1.2.4.1, 1.2.5.1, 4.5
enabled by compatibility attributes, 4.8.4
views
displaying Oracle ACFS information, 12
displaying Oracle ASM information, 6
volcreate command
ASMCMD utility, 15.1.1
voldelete command
ASMCMD utility, 15.1.2
voldisable command
ASMCMD utility, 15.1.3
volenable command
ASMCMD utility, 15.1.4
volinfo command
ASMCMD utility, 15.1.5
volresize command
ASMCMD utility, 15.1.6
volset command
ASMCMD utility, 15.1.7
volstat command
ASMCMD utility, 15.1.8
volume management commands
ASMCMD utility, 15
volumes
enabled by compatibility attributes, 4.8.4
voting files in disk groups, 4.2.5
enabled by compatibility attributes, 4.8.4

W

WAIT keyword
in REBALANCE clause, 4.3
wildcard characters
using quotes in ASMCMD commands, 10.1.5
WRITE command rule, 16.9.12
write errors
recovery, 4.6.2

X

XML DB
virtual folder for Oracle ASM, 5.6