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01 May 2015 Friday Spotlight: Optimizing Oracle Database Performance on Oracle Linux with Flash [42267]
White paper (19 Pages)

Chris Kawalek writes, "This week, I'm dipping into the archives for a really interesting white paper, 'Optimizing Oracle Database Performance on Oracle Linux with Flash.' It talks about one of my favorite benefits of running Oracle Linux or Oracle Solaris with Oracle database called Database Smart Flash Cache. From the summary of the paper:.."

"This document explains how to increase Oracle database performance and improve user response time by deploying Oracle's Flash Accelerator hardware with Oracle's Database Smart Flash Cache feature. Oracle's Database Smart Flash Cache feature is supported only on Oracle Linux and Oracle Solaris operating systems beginning with Oracle 11gR2..."
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24 Feb 2015 Oracle Linux and Database Smart Flash Cache [41049]
Use flash memory to increase the size of the buffer cache

Wim writes, "One, sometimes overlooked, cool feature of the Oracle Database running on Oracle Linux is called Database Smart Flash Cache.

You can find an overview of the feature in the Oracle Database Administrator's Guide. Basically, if you have flash devices attached to your server, you can use this flash memory to increase the size of the buffer cache. So instead of aging blocks out of the buffer cache and having to go back to reading them from disk, they move to the much, much faster flash storage as a secondary fast buffer cache (for reads, not writes)..."
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07 May 2014 Make Your Database Run Faster on Oracle Linux [36264]
By Rick Ramsey

Rick writes, "If you can get your hands on a Sun Flash Accelerator F40 PCIe Card, and you're running Oracle Database 11g Release 2 or later on Oracle Linux, you can use the Oracle Database Smart Flash Cache to improve performance and response times. That was a mouthful, so let me say it again.

  • Configure Sun Flash Accelerator F40 PCIe Card as a file system.
  • Configure Oracle Automatic Storage Management, a feature of Oracle Database, to use multiple Sun Flash Accelerator F40 PCIe Cards.
  • Configure the Database Smart Flash Cache capability of Oracle Database."

Read on: Tech Article: How to Improve Database Performance Using Database Smart Flash Cache on Oracle Linux by by Rick Stenho.
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07 May 2014 Make Your Database Run Faster on Oracle Linux [36264]
By Rick Ramsey

Rick writes, "If you can get your hands on a Sun Flash Accelerator F40 PCIe Card, and you're running Oracle Database 11g Release 2 or later on Oracle Linux, you can use the Oracle Database Smart Flash Cache to improve performance and response times. That was a mouthful, so let me say it again.

  • Configure Sun Flash Accelerator F40 PCIe Card as a file system.
  • Configure Oracle Automatic Storage Management, a feature of Oracle Database, to use multiple Sun Flash Accelerator F40 PCIe Cards.
  • Configure the Database Smart Flash Cache capability of Oracle Database."

Read on: Tech Article: How to Improve Database Performance Using Database Smart Flash Cache on Oracle Linux by by Rick Stenho.
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07 May 2014 Make Your Database Run Faster on Oracle Linux [36264]
By Rick Ramsey

Rick writes, "If you can get your hands on a Sun Flash Accelerator F40 PCIe Card, and you're running Oracle Database 11g Release 2 or later on Oracle Linux, you can use the Oracle Database Smart Flash Cache to improve performance and response times. That was a mouthful, so let me say it again.

  • Configure Sun Flash Accelerator F40 PCIe Card as a file system.
  • Configure Oracle Automatic Storage Management, a feature of Oracle Database, to use multiple Sun Flash Accelerator F40 PCIe Cards.
  • Configure the Database Smart Flash Cache capability of Oracle Database."

Read on: Tech Article: How to Improve Database Performance Using Database Smart Flash Cache on Oracle Linux by by Rick Stenho.
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