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Topic: The file system (ext3/ext4/xfs) for Oracle DB if ASM is not used

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Re: The file system (ext3/ext4/xfs) for Oracle DB if ASM is not used

ext3/ext4 -
Though for simplicity (and  additional features and-or  for DB files are necessary the size?) I would select ext3
Well and the prohibition of check fsck by an amount  and-or to the check period (tune2fs-c-1-i 0/dev/...)

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Re: The file system (ext3/ext4/xfs) for Oracle DB if ASM is not used

BigBudda;
It is less  - less than the excessive control footing on a disk.

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Re: The file system (ext3/ext4/xfs) for Oracle DB if ASM is not used

Ljubomudrov wrote:

ext3/ext4 -
Though for simplicity (and  additional features and-or  for DB files are necessary the size?) I would select ext3
Well and the prohibition of check fsck by an amount  and-or to the check period (tune2fs-c-1-i 0/dev/...)

Thanks!

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Re: The file system (ext3/ext4/xfs) for Oracle DB if ASM is not used

On  we lose what percent (a percent share) at standard allocation (at inodov/size FS) for we tell 10 TB (about 300 full files at the standard unit 8k)?
There is a sense ?

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Re: The file system (ext3/ext4/xfs) for Oracle DB if ASM is not used

Yes, it agree
Even at switched on journalizing and the disconnected preventive check, at failures fsck  it is sometimes launched sad((

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Re: The file system (ext3/ext4/xfs) for Oracle DB if ASM is not used

And the size inodes as  affects buffering (cache) and data exchange with a disk? What  dialogue with the driver/disk in modern OS?

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Re: The file system (ext3/ext4/xfs) for Oracle DB if ASM is not used

Leonid Kudryavtsev wrote:

And the size inodes as  affects buffering (cache) and data exchange with a disk? What  dialogue with the driver/disk in modern OS?

Generally that at usage filesystemio_options=setall as in article file  it will not be used at all . He will read units in buffer  by  OS. Otherwise to turn out double buffering which is absolutely not necessary.