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Red Hat Mounting and partioning for Oracle installation [message #319394] Sat, 10 May 2008 09:41 Go to next message
akhnukh
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Registered: May 2008
Location: Bahrain
Junior Member
Hi,
I want your suggestion regarding partitioned and mount points for oracle installation,
I have one dedicated serve with 4 hard drives each of 146 GB.
Now partitioned which i am following is as below

Hard Drive 1 of 146 GB
3 partitions
1- swap space 16 GB as ram is 8 GB
2- 50 GB for "/" mount point in which all /home, /usr, /opt covered
3- around 90 GB for "/uo1" mount point in which oracle software wil be installed

Hard Drive 2 of 146 GB
1 partitions
complete 146 GB to mount on "/u02" for oracle data and control files

Hard Drive 3 of 146 GB
1 partitions
complete 146 GB to mount on "/u03" for oracle data and control files

Hard Drive 4 of 146 GB
1 partitions
complete 146 GB to mount on "/u04" for oracle data and control files


Please let me know about above configuration , i would be thank full if you comment on that.
Re: Red Hat Mounting and partioning for Oracle installation [message #319398 is a reply to message #319394] Sat, 10 May 2008 10:07 Go to previous messageGo to next message
BlackSwan
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Registered: January 2009
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where will the redo & archived redo log files reside?
Re: Red Hat Mounting and partioning for Oracle installation [message #319418 is a reply to message #319394] Sat, 10 May 2008 15:27 Go to previous messageGo to next message
akhnukh
Messages: 2
Registered: May 2008
Location: Bahrain
Junior Member
reside on /u01, /u02 , /u03 /u04 as mentioned in OFA
Re: Red Hat Mounting and partioning for Oracle installation [message #319425 is a reply to message #319394] Sat, 10 May 2008 19:10 Go to previous message
ebrian
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Registered: April 2006
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With 4 hard drives you can't do too much. Your first thought should be redundancy. I don't see RAID mentioned anyway. The data isn't any good if you can't get to it.
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