ODA (Oracle Database Appliance): External Storage (read/write) Support
(Doc ID 1445253.1)
Last updated on JANUARY 17, 2020
Applies to:Oracle Database Appliance Software - Version 184.108.40.206 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
ODA with database files stored on an external NFS file server for both read and write operations.
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|ODA (Oracle Database Appliance): External Storage (read/write) Support|
|Frequently Asked Questions|
|1.Q: Does this differentiate the Oracle Database Appliance from an Oracle Database running on a 3rd-party server?|
|2.Q: Is there an approved list of NFS servers I can use with the Oracle Database Appliance?|
|3.Q: Do I use ASM with the NFS-attached storage?|
|4.Q: Can I have some of their database files on internal ODA storage, and some on NFS-attached storage?|
|5.Q: Can I create an ASM diskgroup that spans the local storage and the NFS storage?|
|6.Q: Will I be required to patch their storage sub-system separately or will the ODA patching process take care of the NFS server?|
|7.Q: If I put critical business data on an NFS filer and the server is down, what happens?|
|8.Q: if I put non-critical archive data on an NFS filer, can I configure it so a failure to the filer won't affect my database?|
|9.Q: What NIC in the ODA should I use to connect to NFS-attached storage?|
|10.Q: What mount options should I use?|
|11.Q: What is Direct NFS (dNFS)?|
|12.Q: Should I used the native OS client or dNFS to connect to my NFS Filer?|
|13.Q: How do I configure and use dNFS?|
|14.Q: How should I distribute my data between the local storage and the NFS filer?|
|15.Q: I have tables containing both hot and cold data. How can I move just the cold data to the filer without affecting the application which expects everything in one table?|
|16.Q: Is there a limit to the amount of data I can store on the NFS Filer?|