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A

access control
disk groups, 4.9
ACCESS_CONTROL.ENABLED
disk group attribute, 4.1, 4.9.2
ACCESS_CONTROL.UMASK
disk group attribute, 4.1, 4.9.2
ACFS
see Oracle Automatic Storage Management Cluster File System
acfschkdsk command, 13.5.1
acfsdbg command, 13.10.1
acfsdismount command, 13.5.2
acfsformat command, 13.5.3
acfsmountvol command, 13.5.4
acfsutil detach command, 13.5.5
acfsutil encr command, 13.9.4
acfsutil encr info command, 13.9.1
acfsutil encr init command, 13.9.2
acfsutil encr off command, 13.9.3
acfsutil encr rekey command, 13.9.5
acfsutil encr set command, 13.9.6
acfsutil info file command, 13.10.2
acfsutil info fs command, 13.10.3
acfsutil info id command, 13.10.4
acfsutil registry command, 13.10.5
acfsutil repl bg command, 13.7.1
acfsutil repl info command, 13.7.2
acfsutil repl init command, 13.7.3
acfsutil repl pause command, 13.7.4
acfsutil repl resume command, 13.7.5
acfsutil repl sync command, 13.7.6
acfsutil repl terminate command, 13.7.7
acfsutil repl trace command, 13.7.8
acfsutil repl update command, 13.7.9
acfsutil rmfs command, 13.10.6
acfsutil sec admin add command, 13.8.1
acfsutil sec admin password command, 13.8.2
acfsutil sec admin remove command, 13.8.3
acfsutil sec batch command, 13.8.4
acfsutil sec disable command, 13.8.5
acfsutil sec enable command, 13.8.6
acfsutil sec info command, 13.8.7
acfsutil sec info file command, 13.8.8
acfsutil sec init command, 13.8.9
acfsutil sec load command, 13.8.10
acfsutil sec prepare command, 13.8.11
acfsutil sec realm add command, 13.8.12
acfsutil sec realm clone command, 13.8.13
acfsutil sec realm create command, 13.8.14
acfsutil sec realm delete command, 13.8.15
acfsutil sec realm destroy command, 13.8.16
acfsutil sec rule clone command, 13.8.17
acfsutil sec rule create command, 13.8.18
acfsutil sec rule destroy command, 13.8.19
acfsutil sec rule edit command, 13.8.20
acfsutil sec ruleset clone command, 13.8.21
acfsutil sec ruleset create command, 13.8.22
acfsutil sec ruleset destroy command, 13.8.23
acfsutil sec ruleset edit command, 13.8.24
acfsutil sec save command, 13.8.25
acfsutil size command, 13.10.7
acfsutil snap create command, 13.10.8
acfsutil snap delete command, 13.10.9
acfsutil tag info command, 13.6.1
acfsutil tag set command, 13.6.2
acfsutil tag unset command, 13.6.3
acfsutil tune command, 13.10.10
active session history sampling
Oracle Automatic Storage Management, 3.3.9
adding
disks, 1.3.3
disks to a disk group, 9.4.2
templates to a disk group, 7.8.2
administering
disk groups, 4
administration
Oracle ACFS, 5.3
advmutil canonical command, 13.10.11
advmutil dismount command, 13.5.6
advmutil list command, 13.5.7
advmutil mount command, 13.5.8
advmutil tune command, 13.10.12
advmutil volinfo command, 13.10.13
aliases
dropping from a disk group, 7.4.4
managing in Oracle ASM, 7.4
allocation units
different sizes enabled by compatibility attributes, 4.8.3.5
Oracle ASM, 1.2.4.1
size for disk groups, 4.2.4
ALTER DISKGROUP command, 4.3
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, 4.8.3.5
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, 4.8.3.5
ASM_PREFERRED_READ_FAILURE_GROUPS initialization parameter
Oracle ASM instance, 3.2.4.4
asmadmin group, 3.6.1.2
ASMCA
see Oracle ASM Configuration Assistant
ASMCMD
about, 12.1
cd command, 12.3.1
chdg command, 12.4.1
chgrp command, 12.6.1
chkdg command, 12.4.2
chmod command, 12.6.2
chown command, 12.6.3
chtmpl command, 12.5.1
command option updates, Preface
cp command, 12.3.2
disk group management commands, 12.4
dropdg command, 12.4.3
dsget command, 12.2.1
dsset command, 12.2.2
du command, 12.3.3
enhancements, Preface
exit command, 12.1.4.1
file management commands, 12.3
find command, 12.3.4
groups command, 12.6.4
grpmod command, 12.6.5
help command, 12.1.6
including directory in prompt, 12.1.4.4
instance management commands, 12.2
iostat command, 12.4.4
ls command, 12.3.5
lsattr command, 12.4.5
lsct command, 12.2.3
lsdg command, 12.4.6
lsdsk command, 12.4.7
lsgrp command, 12.6.6
lsod command, 12.4.8
lsof command, 12.3.6
lsop command, 12.2.4
lspwusr command, 12.2.5
lstmpl command, 12.5.2
lsusr command, 12.6.7
md_backup command, 12.4.9
md_restore command, 12.4.10
mkalias command, 12.3.7
mkdg command, 12.4.11
mkdir command, 12.3.8
mkgrp command, 12.6.8
mktmpl command, 12.5.3
mkusr command, 12.6.9
mount command, 12.4.12
offline command, 12.4.13
online command, 12.4.14
Oracle ASM file access control commands, 12.6
orapwusr command, 12.2.6
passwd command, 12.6.10
preparing to run, 12.1.3
pwd command, 12.3.9
rebal command, 12.4.15
remap command, 12.4.16
rm command, 12.3.10
rmalias command, 12.3.11
rmgrp command, 12.6.11
rmtmpl command, 12.5.4
rmusr command, 12.6.12
running in a database home, 12.1.3
running in an Oracle grid infrastructure home, 12.1.3
setattr command, 12.4.17
shutdown command, 12.2.7
spbackup command, 12.2.8
spcopy command, 12.2.9
specifying the verbose mode, 12.1.4.3
spget command, 12.2.10
spmove command, 12.2.11
spset command, 12.2.12
startup command, 12.2.13
SYSASM privilege, 12.1.4.2
template management commands, 12.5
type of connection, 12.1.4.2
umount command, 12.4.18
volcreate command, 12.7.1
voldelete command, 12.7.2
voldisable command, 12.7.3
volenable command, 12.7.4
volinfo command, 12.7.5
volresize command, 12.7.6
volset command, 12.7.7
volstat command, 12.7.8
volume management commands, 12.7
ASMCMD utility, 12
asmdba group, 3.6.1.2, 3.6.1.2
asmoper group, 3.6.1.2
ASMSNMP user
for monitoring the Oracle ASM instance, 3.6.1
Oracle ASM, 9.3, 11.1.2, 11.1.3
attributes
disk group compatibility, 4.8.2
DISK_REPAIR_TIME, 4.6.3
for disk groups, 4.1, 4.2.2
in templates for Oracle Automatic Storage Management, 7.8.1
AU_SIZE
different sizes enabled by compatibility attributes, 4.8.3.5
disk group attribute, 1.2.4.1, 4.1, 4.2.2
authentication
Oracle ASM, 3.6

B

backing up
Oracle Automatic Storage Management files, 9.9
backup and restore
Oracle ACFS, 5.2.8

C

capacity
managing in disk groups, 4.5
cd command
ASMCMD, 12.3.1
CELL.SMART_SCAN_CAPABLE
disk group attribute, 4.1
chdg command
ASMCMD, 12.4.1
chgrp command
ASMCMD, 12.6.1
chkdg command
ASMCMD, 12.4.2
chmod command
ASMCMD, 12.6.2
chown command
ASMCMD, 12.6.3
chtmpl command
ASMCMD, 12.5.1
Cluster File System (CFS), Glossary
clusterware resource types
Kernel Services Driver (OKS), 5.3.4
Oracle ACFS, 5.3.4
Oracle ADVM, 5.3.4
command rules
Oracle ACFS security, 13.8.12
compatibility
disk groups, 4.8.1, 9.4.1, 9.4.8.1
Oracle ASM and database instances, 3.1
reverting disk groups to previous settings, 4.8.3.6
COMPATIBLE
database initialization parameter, 4.8.2.2
COMPATIBLE.ADVM
disk group attribute, 4.1, 4.2.2, 4.8.2.3
COMPATIBLE.ASM
disk group attribute, 4.1, 4.2.2, 4.8.2.1
COMPATIBLE.RDBMS
disk group attribute, 4.1, 4.2.2, 4.8.2.2
configuration page
Oracle Automatic Storage Management, 9.2
configuring
Oracle Automatic Storage Management, 9.2
control file
creating in Oracle ASM, A.4
cp command
ASMCMD, 12.3.2
creating
database using Oracle ASM, A.1
disk groups, 4.2, 4.2.1
disk groups in a new installation, 4.2.3

D

data extent, Glossary
DB_CACHE_SIZE initialization parameter
Oracle ASM instance, 3.2.4.5
default configuration
Oracle ADVM, B.2
diagnostic directory
Oracle ASM instance, 3.2.4.6
DIAGNOSTIC_DEST initialization parameter
Oracle ASM instance, 3.2.4.6
Direct Attached Storage (DAS), Glossary
directories
managing disk group, 7.5
discovering disks, 4.4
Oracle ASM, 1.3.1
disk discovery
about, 4.4.1
improving time, 4.4.3
in Oracle ASM, 4.4
rules, 4.4.2
disk failure
in Oracle Automatic Storage Management, 4.6.1.2
disk group compatibility, 9.4.1, 9.4.8.1
considerations for replicated environments, 4.8.4
setting, 4.8.3
disk group management commands
ASMCMD, 12.4
disk groups, 3.3.3.1, 3.3.3.2
access control, 4.9
ACCESS_CONTROL.ENABLED attribute, 4.9.2
ACCESS_CONTROL.UMASK attribute, 4.9.2
adding disks to, 9.4.2
adding templates to, 7.8.2
administering, 4
allocation unit size, 4.2.4
altering membership of, 4.3
and Oracle Cluster Registry (OCR), 4.2.6
and voting files, 4.2.6
attributes, 4.1, 4.2.2
checking internal consistency, 4.11
compatibility, 4.8.1
compatibility attributes, 4.8.2
creating, 4.2
creating for a new installation, 4.2.3
creating Oracle Enterprise Manager, 9.4.1
creating with SQL*Plus, 4.2.1
discovering disks, 4.4.1
dismounting, 1.3.2
dropping, 4.12
dropping disks from, 4.3.3, 9.4.4
dropping in Oracle Enterprise Manager, 9.4.5
managing capacity in, 4.5
manually rebalancing, 4.3.7
monitoring disk space usage in Oracle Enterprise Manager, 9.4.6
mounting, 1.3.2
mounting and dismounting, 4.10
mounting with force, 4.10.1
names, 4.2.1
Oracle ASM, 1.2.2
performance and scalability, 4.7
preferred read, 3.2.4.4
quorum failure groups, 4.2.6
rebalancing, 1.3.4
renaming, 4.13
resizing disks in, 4.3.5
reverting compatibility, 4.8.3.6
sector size, 4.2.5
undropping disks in, 4.3.6
disk regions
and rebalance operations, 4.3.4
intelligent data placement, 4.3.4
Oracle Automatic Storage Management, 4.3.4
DISK_REPAIR_TIME
disk group attribute, 4.1, 4.6.3
disks
adding, 1.3.3
discovering, 1.3.1, 4.4, 4.4.1
dropping, 1.3.3
Oracle ASM, 1.2.4
preparing for Oracle ASM, 2.1
dismounting
disk groups, 1.3.2
dismounting or shutting down
Oracle ACFS, 5.3.5
driver model
Oracle ACFS, 5.2.4
drivers resource
Oracle ACFS, B.3
dropdg command
ASMCMD, 12.4.3
dropping
aliases from a disk group, 7.4.4
disk groups, 4.12
disks, 1.3.3
disks from a disk group, 4.3.3
disks from disk groups in Oracle Enterprise Manager, 9.4.4
files from a disk group, 7.4.4
Oracle ASM templates, 7.8.4
dsget command
ASMCMD, 12.2.1
dsset command
ASMCMD, 12.2.2
du command
ASMCMD, 12.3.3
dynamic views, 6

E

encrypting file systems
Oracle ACFS, 13.1.5
encryption
configuring with Oracle ASMCA, 11.1.7
enabled by compatibility attributes, 4.8.3.5
Oracle ACFS, Preface, 5.3.7
encryption keys
Oracle ACFS, 5.3.7
Enterprise Manager
see Oracle Enterprise Manager
Exadata storage
enabled by compatibility attributes, 4.8.3.5
exit command
ASMCMD, 12.1.4.1
Extended Attributes
requirements for tagging, 5.3.9
extent, Glossary
extent map, Glossary
extents
Oracle ASM, 1.2.4.1, 1.2.5.1
variable size, 1.2.4.1, 1.2.5.1, 4.5, 4.8.3.5

F

failure groups
about, 4.6.1.1
and mirroring, 4.6.1
Oracle ASM, 1.2.3
preferred read, 4.6.4
quorum type, 4.2.6
fast mirror resync, Preface, 4.6.3, 9.4.3, 9.4.3
enabled by compatibility attributes, 4.8.3.5
fibre channel, Glossary
file, Glossary
file access and security
Oracle ACFS, 5.3.1
file access control
enabled by compatibility attributes, 4.8.3.5
Oracle Automatic Storage Management, 4.9
file management commands
ASMCMD, 12.3
file systems, Glossary
file templates
understanding, 1.2.5.3
filenames
Oracle Automatic Storage Management, 7.2
files
Oracle ASM, 1.2.5
templates, 1.2.5.3
find command
ASMCMD, 12.3.4
fsck command
AIX, 13.4.1
Linux and UNIX, 13.2.1
Solaris, 13.3.1

G

grid infrastructure configuration
Oracle ACFS, 5.3.3
grid infrastructure installation
Oracle ACFS, 5.3.2
grid plug and play (GPNP)
retrieving the location of an ASM SPFILE, 12.2.10
setting the location of the ASM SPFILE, 12.2.12
groups
OSASM, Preface, Preface, 3.6, 3.6.2, 3.6.3, 3.6.4
groups command
ASMCMD, 12.6.4
grpmod command
ASMCMD, 12.6.5

H

help command
ASMCMD, 12.1.6
host bus adapter (HBA), Glossary

I

individual file system resource
Oracle ACFS, B.5
initialization parameter files
backing up, copying, and moving, 3.2.2
Oracle Automatic Storage Management, 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
instance management commands
ASMCMD, 12.2
INSTANCE_TYPE initialization parameter
Oracle ASM instance, 3.2.4.7
instances
Oracle ASM, 1.2.1
intelligent data placement
and rebalance operations, 4.3.4
disk regions, 4.3.4
enabled by compatibility attributes, 4.8.3.5
I/O failure console messages
Oracle ACFS, B.7
iostat command
ASMCMD, 12.4.4

K

keys
encryption, 5.3.7

L

LARGE_POOL_SIZE initialization parameter
Oracle ASM instance, 3.2.4.8
Logical Unit Number (LUN), Glossary
ls command
ASMCMD, 12.3.5
lsattr command
ASMCMD, 12.4.5
lsct command
ASMCMD, 12.2.3
lsdg command
ASMCMD, 12.4.6
lsdsk command
ASMCMD, 12.4.7
lsgrp command
ASMCMD, 12.6.6
lsod command
ASMCMD, 12.4.8
lsof command
ASMCMD, 12.3.6
lsop command
ASMCMD, 12.2.4
lspwusr command
ASMCMD, 12.2.5
lstmpl command
ASMCMD, 12.5.2
lsusr command
ASMCMD, 12.6.7

M

managing capacity in disk groups, 4.5
managing file access control
Oracle Automatic Storage Management, 9.5
managing file access control page
Oracle Automatic Storage Management, 9.5
managing files
Oracle Automatic Storage Management, 9.6
managing files page
Oracle Automatic Storage Management, 9.6
managing templates
Oracle Automatic Storage Management, 7.8, 9.7
managing templates page
Oracle Automatic Storage Management, 9.7
managing users
Oracle Automatic Storage Management, 9.3
md_backup command
ASMCMD, 12.4.9
md_restore command
ASMCMD, 12.4.10
memory management
Oracle Automatic Storage Management, 3.2.3.1
migrating a database
to Oracle ASM, 3.7
mirror
fast resync, Preface, 4.6.3, 9.4.3, 9.4.3
mirroring
and failure groups, 4.6.1
Oracle ASM, 1.2.3
storage systems, Glossary
with failure groups, 1.2.3
mkalias command
ASMCMD, 12.3.7
mkdg command
ASMCMD, 12.4.11
mkdir command
ASMCMD, 12.3.8
mkfs command
AIX, 13.4.2
Linux and UNIX, 13.2.2
Solaris, 13.3.2
mkgrp command
ASMCMD, 12.6.8
mktmpl command
ASMCMD, 12.5.3
mkusr command
ASMCMD, 12.6.9
modifying a file
disk regions, 4.3.4
monitoring performance
Oracle Automatic Storage Management, 9.8.1
mount command
AIX, 13.4.3
ASMCMD, 12.4.12
Linux and UNIX, 13.2.3
Solaris, 13.3.3
mount model
Oracle ACFS, 5.2.5
mount registry
Oracle ACFS, 5.2.6
mounting
disk groups, 1.3.2
mounting and dismounting disk groups, 4.10
mounting at startup, 3.3.3.1
mounting disk groups
using force, 4.10.1

N

namespace
Oracle ACFS, 5.2.5
naming
disk groups, 4.2.1
Network Attached Storage (NAS), Glossary
Network File System (NFS), Glossary
new features
Oracle Automatic Storage Management, Preface
NOWAIT keyword
in REBALANCE clause, 4.3

O

OCR in disk groups
enabled by compatibility attributes, 4.8.3.5
offline command
ASMCMD, 12.4.13
online command
ASMCMD, 12.4.14
operating system authentication
for Oracle Automatic Storage Management, 3.6.3
option updates
ASMCMD commands, Preface
Oracle ACFS
see Oracle Automatic Storage Management Cluster File System
Oracle ACFS security
command rules, 13.8.12
Oracle ADVM
see Oracle Automatic Storage Management Dynamic Volume Manager
Oracle ASM
see Oracle Automatic Storage Management
Oracle ASM Configuration Assistant
about, 11
addDisk command, 11.2.2.6
commands, 11.2.2
configureASM command, 11.2.2.1
configureParameter command, 11.2.2.3
configuring an Oracle ACFS, 11.1.6
configuring an Oracle ASM volume, 11.1.5
configuring disk groups, 11.1.4
configuring Oracle ACFS encryption, 11.1.7
configuring Oracle ACFS security, 11.1.7
createACFS command, 11.2.2.8
createDiskGroup command, 11.2.2.5
createVolume command, 11.2.2.7
creating an Oracle ACFS, 11.1.6
creating an Oracle ASM instance, 11.1.2
creating an Oracle ASM volume, 11.1.5
creating disk groups, 11.1.4
deleteASM command, 11.2.2.4
mounting or dismounting an Oracle ACFS, 11.1.6
running in command-line mode, 11.2.1
running in silent mode, 11.2.1
starting, 11.1.1
updating Oracle ASM instance parameters, 11.1.2
upgradeASM command, 11.2.2.2
upgrading an Oracle ASM instance, 11.1.3
Oracle ASM file access control commands
ASMCMD, 12.6
Oracle Automatic Storage Management
accessing files with the XML DB virtual folder, 7.6
accessing the home page, 9.1, 10
active session history sampling, 3.3.9
administering, 3
aliases, 7.4
ASMSNMP, 9.3, 11.1.2, 11.1.3
authentication, 3.6
backing up initialization parameter files, 3.2.2
command-line utility, 12
concepts, 1.2
configuration page, 9.2
configuring initialization parameters, 3.2
copying initialization parameter files, 3.2.2
creating a database in, A.1
creating archive log files in, A.5
creating control file in, A.4
creating files in the database, 7.3
creating redo logs in, A.3
creating tablespaces in, A.2
database initialization parameters, 3.2.5
diagnostic directory, 3.2.4.6
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 regions, 4.3.4
disks, 1.2.4
downgrading an instance, 3.3.6
failure groups, 4.6.1.1
file access control, 4.9
file templates, 1.2.5.3
filenames, 7.2
files, 1.2.5
initialization parameter files, 3.2.1
initialization parameters, 3.2.4
instances, 1.2.1
integration with Oracle ACFS, 5.2.9
managing file access control page, 9.5
managing files page, 9.6
managing templates page, 9.7
memory management, 3.2.3.1
migrating a database to, 3.7
mirroring and failure groups, 1.2.3
monitoring disk group space usage, 9.4.6
moving initialization parameter files, 3.2.2
new features, Preface
one operating system group for all privileges, 3.6.1.1
operating system authentication for, 3.6.3
overview, 1.1
password file authentication for, 3.6.4
performance page, 9.8.1
preparing disks, 2.1
privileges, 3.6.1
rolling upgrade, 3.4
separate operating system groups for privileges, 3.6.1.2
setting initialization parameters, 3.2.3
shutting down an instance, 3.3.4
starting up an instance, 3.3.3
understanding, 1.2
upgrading an instance with Oracle ASM Configuration Assistant, 11.1.3
upgrading an instance with Oracle Universal Installer, 3.3.5
users page, 9.3
views, 6.1
with Oracle Enterprise Manager, 9, 10
XML DB virtual folder, 7.6
Oracle Automatic Storage Management Cluster File System
about, 5.2.1
administration, 5.3
and Oracle Database homes, 5.2.2
backup and restore, 5.2.8
basic steps to access a file system, 13.1.2
basic steps to create a file system, 13.1.1
basic steps to dismount and remove a volume and file system, 13.1.9
basic steps to manage snapshots, 13.1.3
basic steps to manage with command-line tools, 13.1
clusterware resource types, 5.3.4
command-line tools, 13
dismount or shut down, 5.3.5
driver model, 5.2.4
drivers resource, B.3
encrypting file systems, 13.1.5
encryption, Preface, 5.3.7
encryption keys, 5.3.7
file access and security, 5.3.1
grid infrastructure configuration, 5.3.3
grid infrastructure installation, 5.3.2
individual file system resource, B.5
integration with Oracle ASM, 5.2.9
I/O failure console messages, B.7
mount model, 5.2.5
mount registry, 5.2.6
namespace, 5.2.5
ora.diskgroup.volume.acfs file system resource, 5.3.4
ora.drivers.acfs drivers resource, 5.3.4
ora.registry.acfs registry resource, 5.3.4
overview, 5.1
registry resource, B.4
replicating file systems, 13.1.7
replication, 5.3.8
securing file systems, 13.1.4
security, Preface, 5.3.6
snapshots, 5.2.7
supported file types, 5.1
tagging, 5.3.9
tagging file systems, 13.1.6
views, 6.2
Oracle Automatic Storage Management Dynamic Volume Manager
default configuration, B.2
overview, 5.2.3, 5.4
Oracle Automatic Storage Management rolling upgrades, Preface
Oracle Cluster Registry (OCR)
in disk groups, 4.2.6
Oracle Database homes
and Oracle ACFS, 5.2.2
Oracle Enterprise Manager
support workbench for Oracle Automatic Storage Management, 9.12
Oracle Restart
about, 3.3.2
with Oracle ASM, 3.3.2
ora.diskgroup.volume.acfs file system resource
Oracle ACFS, 5.3.4
ora.drivers.acfs drivers resource
Oracle ACFS, 5.3.4
orapwusr command
ASMCMD, 12.2.6
ora.registry.acfs registry resource
Oracle ACFS, 5.3.4
OSASM group, Preface, Preface, 3.6, 3.6.1.2, 3.6.2, 3.6.3, 3.6.4
OSDBA group, 3.6.1.2, 3.6.1.2
OSOPER group, 3.6.1.2
OSTMG10048, 4.4
overview
Oracle ACFS, 5.1
Oracle ADVM, 5.2.3, 5.4
Oracle ASM, 1.1

P

partitions
disks, Glossary
passwd command
ASMCMD, 12.6.10
password file authentication
for Oracle Automatic Storage Management, 3.6.4
performance page
Oracle Automatic Storage Management, 9.8.1
preferred read failure groups, 3.2.4.4, 4.6.4, 4.6.4.1
administering, 4.6.4.1
preparing disks
for Oracle ASM, 2.1
privileges
ASMCMD, 12.1.4.2
for one operating system group, 3.6.1.1
Oracle ASM, 3.6.1
separate operating system groups, 3.6.1.2
SYSASM, Preface, Preface, 3.6.1.3, 3.6.2, 3.6.3, 3.6.4, 9.1.1, 9.3, 9.4.1, 9.4.2
PROCESSES initialization parameter
Oracle ASM instance, 3.2.4.9
pwd command
ASMCMD, 12.3.9

Q

quorum failure group, 4.2.6

R

read errors
recovery, 4.6.2
rebal command
ASMCMD, 12.4.15
rebalance
tuning, 4.3.8
REBALANCE NOWAIT clause, 4.3
REBALANCE WAIT clause, 4.3
rebalancing
disk groups, 1.3.4, 4.3.7
rebalancing process
ASM_POWER_LIMIT initialization parameter, 3.2.4.3
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
Redundant Array of Inexpensive Disks (RAID), Glossary
registry resource
Oracle ACFS, B.4
remap command
ASMCMD, 12.4.16
REMOTE_LOGIN_PASSWORDFILE initialization parameter
Oracle ASM instance, 3.2.4.10
renamedg tool
renaming disk groups, 4.13
renaming disk groups, 4.13
replicated environments
disk group compatibility considerations, 4.8.4
replicating file systems
Oracle ACFS, 13.1.7
replication
enabled by compatibility attributes, 4.8.3.5
Oracle ACFS, 5.3.8
resizing disks in disk groups, 4.3.5
restricting at startup, 3.3.3.2
resync
fast mirror, Preface, 4.6.3, 9.4.3, 9.4.3
reverting compatibility settings
disk groups, 4.8.3.6
rm command
ASMCMD, 12.3.10
rmalias command
ASMCMD, 12.3.11
rmgrp command
ASMCMD, 12.6.11
rmtmpl command
ASMCMD, 12.5.4
rmusr command
ASMCMD, 12.6.12
rolling upgrade
Oracle Automatic Storage Management, 3.4
rolling upgrades
Oracle Automatic Storage Management, Preface
running
ASMCMD, 12.1.3
ASMCMD in a database home, 12.1.3
ASMCMD in an Oracle grid infrastructure, 12.1.3

S

sector size
disk groups, 4.2.5
enabled by compatibility attributes, 4.8.3.5
SECTOR_SIZE
disk group attribute, 4.1
securing file systems
Oracle ACFS, 13.1.4
security
configuring with Oracle ASMCA, 11.1.7
enabled by compatibility attributes, 4.8.3.5
Oracle ACFS, Preface, 5.3.6
setattr command
ASMCMD, 12.4.17
SHARED_POOL_SIZE initialization parameter
Oracle ASM instance, 3.2.4.11
shutdown command
ASMCMD, 12.2.7
Small Computer System Interface (SCSI), Glossary
snapshots
Oracle ACFS, 5.2.7
spbackup command
ASMCMD, 12.2.8
backing up an Oracle ASM SPFILE, 12.2.8
spcopy command
ASMCMD, 12.2.9
copying an Oracle ASM SPFILE, 12.2.9
spget command
ASMCMD, 12.2.10
retrieving the location of an ASM SPFILE, 12.2.10
spmove command
ASMCMD, 12.2.11
moving an Oracle ASM SPFILE, 12.2.11
spset command
ASMCMD, 12.2.12
setting the location of an ASM SPFILE, 12.2.12
startup
mounting disk groups, 3.3.3.1
restricting disk groups, 3.3.3.2
startup command
ASMCMD, 12.2.13
Storage Area Network (SAN), Glossary
striping
files, 1.2.5.2
Oracle ASM, 1.2.5.2
storage systems, Glossary
supported file types
Oracle ACFS, 5.1
SYSASM privilege, Preface, Preface, 3.6.1.3, 3.6.2, 3.6.3, 3.6.4, 9.1.1, 9.3, 9.4.1, 9.4.2

T

tablespaces
creating in Oracle ASM, A.2
tagging
enabled by compatibility attributes, 4.8.3.5
Extended Attributes requirements, 5.3.9
Oracle ACFS, 5.3.9
requirements for Oracle ACFS, 5.3.9
tagging file systems
Oracle ACFS, 13.1.6
template management commands
ASMCMD, 12.5
templates
adding to a disk group, 7.8.2
attributes, 7.8.1
dropping, 7.8.4
for specifying redundancy and striping, 7.8.5
managing Oracle ASM, 7.8
modifying an Oracle ASM, 7.8.3
Oracle ASM, 1.2.5.3
user-defined for Oracle ASM, 7.8.5

U

umount command
AIX, 13.4.4
ASMCMD, 12.4.18
Linux and UNIX, 13.2.4
Solaris, 13.3.4
umountall command
AIX, 13.4.4
Solaris, 13.3.4
undropping disks in disk groups, 4.3.6
users page
Oracle Automatic Storage Management, 9.3

V

V$ASM_ACFS_ENCRYPTION_INFO view, 6.2, 6.2
V$ASM_ACFSSNAPSHOTS view, 6.2
V$ASM_ACFSVOLUMES view, 6.2
V$ASM_ALIAS view, 6.1
V$ASM_ATTRIBUTE view, 4.8.3.4, 6.1
enabled by compatibility attributes, 4.8.3.5
V$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_FILE view, 6.1
V$ASM_FILESYSTEM view, 6.2
V$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$ASM_VOLUME view, 6.2
V$ASM_VOLUME_STAT view, 6.2
variable size extents, 1.2.4.1, 1.2.5.1, 4.5
enabled by compatibility attributes, 4.8.3.5
views
displaying information, 6
volcreate command
ASMCMD, 12.7.1
voldelete command
ASMCMD, 12.7.2
voldisable command
ASMCMD, 12.7.3
volenable command
ASMCMD, 12.7.4
volinfo command
ASMCMD, 12.7.5
volresize command
ASMCMD, 12.7.6
volset command
ASMCMD, 12.7.7
volstat command
ASMCMD, 12.7.8
volume management commands
ASMCMD, 12.7
volume manager, Glossary
volumes
enabled by compatibility attributes, 4.8.3.5
storage systems, Glossary
voting files in disk groups, 4.2.6
enabled by compatibility attributes, 4.8.3.5

W

WAIT keyword
in REBALANCE clause, 4.3
write errors
recovery, 4.6.2

X

XML DB
virtual folder for Oracle ASM, 7.6