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14 Jul 2011 Red Hat Enterprise Linux Protocol Performance Comparison with Oracle Database 11g R2 [24357]
NetApp White Paper

This NetApp technical report compares the performance of different network protocols and file systems and how they interact with Oracle® Database 11g Release 2 workloads running on Red Hat Enterprise Linux® 5 U4 using Gigabit Ethernet (GbE), 10GbE, 10Gb FCOE, and 4Gb/8Gb Fibre Channel (FC).
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27 Jun 2011 Configuring Oracle Solaris Cluster Software With Oracle RAC/CRS and Sun ZFS Storage Appliance 7000 Systems [24301]
Procedure Applies to Entire Sun 7000 Unified Storage System Line

A blog post on the Oracle TechNetwork by J. Randriam describes the installation procedure for a 3-node Sun Cluster 3.2 01/09 or Oracle Solaris Cluster 3.3 (or later) configuration running with Oracle Real Application Clusters (RAC)/Cluster Ready Services (CRS) 11.1.0.7 and a Sun ZFS Storage 7120 System. Contents of the post include:

  • Initial Preparation on the Sun ZFS Storage 7120 Using the CLI
  • Creating NFS Filesystems Using the Sun ZFS Storage 7120 CLI
  • Accessing the NFS Filesystems From the Cluster Nodes
  • Accessing the iSCSI LUNs From the Cluster Nodes
  • Adding a Quorum Device
  • Configuring Oracle RAC / CRS in the Cluster

The author notes that, while the 7120 was used in this configuration, the procedure should be applicable to the entire Sun Storage 7000 Unified Storage series.
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23 May 2011 Introduction to the Oracle Solaris ZFS File System: Hands-on Lab [24122]
Tutorial Takes Participants Inside ZFS

Introduction to the Oracle Solaris ZFS File System is a hands-on tutorial on the basics of Oracle Solaris ZFS that describes how devices are used in storage pools and considers performance and availability. The tutorial also looks at the various types of Oracle Solaris ZFS datasets that can be created and when to use each type. Participants will learn about file system snapshots, cloning data, allocation limits and recovering from common errors. Advanced concepts such as hybrid storage pools will be demonstrated. The included exercises involve creating some zpools and exploring different types of virtual devices (vdevs). Participants will also create two different types of ZFS datasets, file systems and volumes, customizing some properties, snapshotting and cloning them, and finally performing some upgrades. The tutorial's advanced section deals with how some of the other Oracle Solaris services, like NFS (Network File System) and FMA (Fault Management Architecture) are tied into ZFS. Time to completion is estimated at 50 minutes.
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09 May 2011 Solaris Hands-on Lab Explores the World's First Fully Virtualized Operating System [24120]
The Focus is on Solaris ZFS File System

Exploring the World's First Fully Virtualized Operating System is a hands-on-lab tutorial that walks readers through the virtualization of the operating system, the storage and the network, as well as the combination of these three sectors to create an extremely agile system. The two prerequisites to this tutorial are Installing Oracle Solaris 11 Express in Oracle VM Virtual Box and Introduction to the Oracle Solaris 11 ZFS File System. Readers will create some zpools and explore different types of virtual devices (vdevs), creating, two different types of ZFS datasets, file systems and volumes, then customize some properties, snapshot and clone them, and perform some upgrades. In the final, advanced section, readers will look at how some of the other Oracle Solaris services, like NFS (Network File System) and FMA (Fault Management Architecture) are tied into ZFS.
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21 Apr 2011 Oracle Database Cloning Solution Using Oracle Recovery Manager and Sun ZFS Storage Appliance [24097]
An Oracle White Paper (44-Pages)

"Oracle Database Cloning Solution Using Oracle Recovery Manager and Sun ZFS Storage Appliance" an Oracle white paper, describes how to use the Oracle RMAN incrementally updated backup feature to back up a SAN-based ASM database into a Network File System (NFS) protocol-based database stored on the Sun ZFS Storage Appliance. The snapshot and cloning features of the storage appliance are then used to duplicate or clone the Oracle RMAN backup. The cloning procedure explained in this white paper is performed at the production site.
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