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Database Installation Guide for Linux, 11g Release 1 (11.1)

Overview of Oracle Database Installation

1.8.3 Raw DevicesRaw devices are disk partitions or logical volumes that have not been formatted with a file system … . Raw devices are not available as a storage option when creating a database as a part of a new … Oracle Database 11 g installation. However, upgrading the existing version of raw devices

Database Backup and Recovery User's Guide, 11g Release 1 (11.1)

Making User-Managed Database Backups

Making User-Managed Backups to Raw Devicescan contain only a single file. Backing up files on raw devices poses operating system specific … A raw device is a disk or partition that does not have a file system. In other words, a raw device

Database Backup and Recovery User's Guide, 11g Release 1 (11.1)

Making User-Managed Database Backups

Backing Up to Raw Devices on WindowsLike Linux and UNIX, Windows supports raw disk partitions in which the database can store datafiles … , online logs, and control files. Each raw partition is assigned either a drive letter or physical … drive number and does not contain a file system. As in Linux and UNIX, each raw partition on Windows … files. On Windows, raw

Database Backup and Recovery User's Guide, 11g Release 1 (11.1)

Making User-Managed Database Backups

Backing Up to Raw Devices on Linux and UNIXWhen backing up to or from raw devices, the dd command on Linux and UNIX is the most common backup … operating system block size: it is merely the size of the buffer used by dd when making the copy. Raw … offset On some systems, the beginning of the file on the raw device is reserved for use by the operating

Database Installation Guide for Solaris Operating System, 11g Release 1 (11.1)

Overview of Oracle Database Installation

1.7.3 Raw DevicesRaw devices are disk partitions or logical volumes that have not been formatted with a file system … . Raw devices are not available as a storage option when creating a database as a part of a new … Oracle Database 11 g installation. However, upgrading the existing version of raw devices

Database Installation Guide for HP-UX, 11g Release 1 (11.1)

Overview of Oracle Database Installation

1.7.3 Raw DevicesRaw devices are disk partitions or logical volumes that have not been formatted with a file system … . Raw devices are not available as a storage option when creating a database as a part of a new … Oracle Database 11 g installation. However, upgrading the existing version of raw devices

Database Installation Guide for AIX Based Systems, 11g Release 1 (11.1)

Overview of Oracle Database Installation

1.7.3 Raw DevicesRaw devices are disk partitions or logical volumes that have not been formatted with a file system … . Raw devices are not available as a storage option when creating a database as a part of a new … Oracle Database 11 g installation. However, upgrading the existing version of raw devices

Database Clusterware Installation Guide for Microsoft Windows, 11g Release 1 (11.1)

Configuring Raw Devices for Oracle Database

C Configuring Raw Devices for Oracle DatabaseThis appendix provides additional information about configuring raw devices to deploy Oracle … Database with Oracle Real Application Clusters. You must configure raw devices if you do not use Automatic … for Raw Devices Raw Devices Required by Database

Database Clusterware Installation Guide for Microsoft Windows, 11g Release 1 (11.1)

Configuring Raw Devices for Oracle Database

C.2 Raw Devices Required by Database Configuration Assistant, that is, without using ASM or an Oracle Cluster File System, then you must configure raw devices as … configured the following devices: Four raw devices for four tablespace data files At least two raw devices … management At least two raw devices

Database Clusterware Installation Guide for Microsoft Windows, 11g Release 1 (11.1)

Configuring Raw Devices for Oracle Database

C.1 Support for Raw DevicesOracle Database supports the use of raw devices for Oracle files on Windows 2000 and Windows Server … 2003. You can partition a raw device to store data and control files. You can also use the entire … raw device to store data. You can create partitions on Windows by using the Disk Management utility

Database Clusterware Installation Guide for Solaris Operating System, 11g Release 1 (11.1)

Configuring Oracle Real Application Clusters Storage

5.6.3 Creating Raw Devices on IDE or SCSI DevicesIf you intend to use IDE or SCSI devices for the raw devices, then follow these steps: If necessary … , install or configure the shared disk devices that you intend to use for the raw devices and … first disk on the first SCSI bus. You can create the required partitions either on new

Database Installation Guide for Linux, 11g Release 1 (11.1)

Overview of Oracle Database Installation

1.8 Database Storage Optionsstorage options for database files: File System Automatic Storage Management Raw Devices

Database Clusterware Installation Guide for Solaris Operating System, 11g Release 1 (11.1)

Configuring Oracle Clusterware Storage

4.3 Configuring Storage for Oracle Clusterware Files on Raw DevicesThe following subsection describe how to configure Oracle Clusterware files on raw partitions.

Database Clusterware Installation Guide for AIX Based Systems, 11g Release 1 (11.1)

Configuring Oracle Clusterware Storage

4.3 Configuring Storage for Oracle Clusterware Files on Raw Devices… Identifying Required Raw Partitions for Clusterware Files Configuring Raw Disk Devices for Oracle … The following subsections describe how to configure Oracle Clusterware files on raw partitions … Clusterware Configuring Raw Logical Volumes for Oracle Clusterware Creating a Volume Group for

Database Clusterware Installation Guide for AIX Based Systems, 11g Release 1 (11.1)

Configuring Oracle Real Application Clusters Storage

5.7 Configuring Database File Storage on Raw DevicesRequired Raw Partitions for Database Files Configuring Raw Disk Devices for Database File Storage … The following subsections describe how to configure raw partitions for database files. Identifying … Without HACMP or GPFS Configuring Raw Logical Volumes for Database File Storage Creating a Volume

Database Clusterware Installation Guide for HP-UX, 11g Release 1 (11.1)

Configuring Oracle Clusterware Storage

4.4 Configuring Storage for Oracle Clusterware Files on Raw DevicesShared Volume Groups Configuring Raw Disk Devices Without HP Serviceguard Extension Configuring Shared … The following subsections describe how to configure Oracle Clusterware files on raw partitions … . Identifying Required Raw Partitions for Clusterware Files Disabling Operating System Activation of … Raw

Database Clusterware Installation Guide for HP-UX, 11g Release 1 (11.1)

Configuring Oracle Real Application Clusters Storage

5.7 Configuring Disks for Database Files on Raw DevicesPartitions and Configuring Raw Devices for Database Files Creating the Database Configuration Assistant Raw Device Mapping File … The following subsections describe how to configure raw partitions for database files: Identifying

Database Clusterware Installation Guide for Microsoft Windows, 11g Release 1 (11.1)

Configuring Oracle Clusterware Storage

3.5 Configuring Storage for Oracle Clusterware Files on Raw DevicesTo use raw devices, you must create a separate partition for each file. If you are using three rawdevices to store the Oracle Clusterware files, then: Create two partitions on the first raw device … on the second raw device: one 280 MB partition for the voting disk and one 280 MB

Database Clusterware Installation Guide for HP-UX, 11g Release 1 (11.1)

Configuring Oracle Real Application Clusters Storage

5.7.1 Identifying Partitions and Configuring Raw Devices for Database FilesTable 5-4 lists the number and size of the raw disk devices that you must configure for database … purpose. Table 5-4 Raw Disk Devices Required for Database Files on HP-UX … that, if possible, you use disk devices with sizes that closely match the size requirements of the

Database Clusterware Installation Guide for AIX Based Systems, 11g Release 1 (11.1)

Configuring Oracle Real Application Clusters Storage

5.6.3 Configuring Database File Storage for Automatic Storage Management and Raw Devices, and permissions on the character raw device files for the disk devices you want to use with ASM … example, the device file /dev/rhdisk n represents the character raw device, 24 is the device major … create a character raw device file. # mknod /dev/ora_ocr_raw_256m c 24 8192 Enter commands similar … to the following