Measuring the impact of Redo Log change

From: Deepak Sharma <>
Date: Mon, 8 Sep 2008 21:32:34 -0700 (PDT)
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We recently (today) moved the redo logs from RAID5 to RAID1+0.

The obvious reason of doing this is to make things better in terms of performance, as RAID1+0 is better suited for read/writes. Someone pls correct me if that's not true.

What are different ways to measure the impact of this change?

The platform is AIX, DB is and DB size is 55TB, and 2TB redo is generated each day. There are plans underway to reduce the redo generation using direct path etc. (so let's not get diverted by that).

We can try measuring the wait event stats using AWR, session stats etc., but what exactly to look for? 'log file switch completion', 'log file sync', are some things that come to mind - what else?


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