Re: oracle 11g dataguard on Netapps
Date: Wed, 11 Feb 2009 20:57:02 +0100
I am not expert with NetApp but have some experience with DG.
You DG volume configuration should be as similar as production so when you have to failover or switchover you can achieve similar performance and reliability.
Oracle home can be installed either in local disk or in NetApp, I tend to install them in local disks and tracefile in SAN or NAS. Do NOT share the home between primary and DG! You are defeating one of purposes by doing that
-- LSC On Wed, Feb 11, 2009 at 8:48 PM, Joan Hsieh <joan.hsieh_at_tufts.edu> wrote:Received on Wed Feb 11 2009 - 13:57:02 CST
> Hi listers,
> Our new project is creating a 11g dataguard environment on NetApps storage.
> I have the following questions like to ask;
> 1. What is the best practice of volume configuration? should we configure
> single volume for data, single volume for redo?
> 2. As oracle home, is it better to install on the local file system or on
> NetApps? If it is best on Netapps, then should the Oracle home be shared
> with primary and standby sites? Our primary and standby are on separate