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Using This Documentation

Chapter 1 Oracle ZFS Storage Appliance Overview

Chapter 2 Status

Chapter 3 Initial Configuration

Chapter 4 Network Configuration

Chapter 5 Storage Configuration

Chapter 6 Storage Area Network Configuration

Chapter 7 User Configuration

Chapter 8 Setting ZFSSA Preferences

Chapter 9 Alert Configuration

Chapter 10 Cluster Configuration

Chapter 11 ZFSSA Services

Chapter 12 Shares, Projects, and Schema

Chapter 13 Replication

Chapter 14 Shadow Migration

Chapter 15 CLI Scripting

Chapter 16 Maintenance Workflows

Chapter 17 Integration

Oracle Exadata Database Machine Backup

Manual Configuration of a Sun ZFS Storage Appliance

Configuring Networks, Pools, and Shares

Network Configuration

Basic Network Configuration

Pool Configuration

Share Configuration

Configuring Oracle RMAN and the Oracle Database Instance

Next Steps

Configuring Oracle Exadata for a Sun ZFS Storage Appliance

Configure Exadata Configuring Oracle Exadata for a Sun ZFS Storage Appliance

General Implementation Steps

Detailed Implementation Steps

Setting Up the Directory Structure to Mount the Shares on the Host

Updating the /etc/fstab File

Creating an init.d Service

Updating oranfstab to Access ZFS Storage Appliance Exports

Mounting the Shares on the Host

Setting the Ownership of the Mounted Shares

Oracle SPARC SuperCluster Backup

Configuring the ZFS Storage Appliance for Backup

Configuring the ZFS Storage Appliance InfiniBand Datalinks

Configuring the Oracle SPARC SuperCluster InfiniBand Switches to Add the ZFS Storage Appliance

Configuring ZFS Storage Appliance Networking for Single IP Connection

Configuring ZFS Storage Appliance Networking for an Active-Active Configuration

Configuring the ZFS Storage Appliance Storage Pool

Configuring the ZFS Storage Appliance Shares

Configuring the ZFS Storage Appliance DTrace Analytics

Configuring the Client NFS Mount

Tuning the Solaris 11 Network and Kernel

Configuring Oracle Direct NFS (dNFS)

Tuning the Oracle Database Instance for Oracle RMAN Backup and Restore

Creating Dedicated Services for Oracle RMAN Operations

Configuring Oracle RMAN

Next Steps

Configuring Oracle SPARC SuperCluster for ZFS Storage Appliance Backup

Configure SSC Configuring Oracle SPARC SuperCluster for ZFS Storage Appliance Backup

General Implementation Steps

Detailed Implementation Steps

Setting Up the Directory Structure to Mount the Shares on the Host

Updating the /etc/vfstab File

Enabling the NFS Client Service

Updating oranfstab to Access ZFS Storage Appliance Exports

Mounting the Shares on the Host

Setting the Ownership of the Mounted Shares

Oracle Intelligent Storage Protocol

Set the Optimal file record size

Use either ZFS Latency or Throughput write mode for each request

Sun ZFS Storage Appliance Network File System Plug In for Oracle Solaris Cluster

Sun ZFS Storage Appliance Plug-in for Oracle Solaris Cluster Geographic Edition

Sun ZFS Storage Management Plug-In for Oracle Enterprise Manager Grid Controller

Oracle Grid Controller Sun ZFS Storage Management Plug-In for Oracle Enterprise Manager Grid Controller

Configure for Oracle Enterprise Manager Monitoring

Unconfigure Oracle Enterprise Manager Monitoring

Oracle Virtual Machine Storage Connect Plug-in for the Sun ZFS Storage Appliance

Sun ZFS Storage Appliance Provider For Volume Shadow Copy Service Software

FC support with Symantec's 'DMP' / Storage Foundation

FC support for Symantec's Storage Foundation 5.1RP2 and greater for the following OS versions

Sun ZFS Storage 7000 Storage Replication Adapter for VMware Site Recovery Manager

Index

Chapter 17

Integration

Oracle ZFS Storage Appliances deliver a full suite of data protocols to communicate with a wide variety of application hosts. To improve application performance or more tightly integrate with your application environment, follow the best practices outlined in White Papers and Solutions Briefs found on the NAS Storage Documentation page.

For some applications, installing software on the application host enhances interoperability. The following articles provide an overview of how software integration can provide a better experience for storage administrators. Comprehensive documentation is packaged with each download.

Your appliance is also uniquely featured to seamlessly integrate with other Oracle products. For instance, the following sections describe how to configure the ZFS Storage Appliance as a backup target for the Oracle Exadata Database Machine and the Oracle SPARC SuperCluster.

For more information, visit the NAS Storage Documentation page.