Re: ASM or not to ASM
Date: Tue, 12 Jul 2011 09:10:16 +1200
An alternate view - our setup is somewhat different - HPUX v11.23 (no fancy AIO or DIO...) and EMC SAN. In this case I'd do ASM just to get AIO and DIO, since we bottleneck on IO now and then.
But if it was Win2k8 which I understand doesnt have those restrictions, unless you have other disk-ish issues such as rapid growth or unbalanced IO (across disks) I don't think I'd bother with ASM other than as a CV bullet point :)
On 12 July 2011 04:30, Storey, Robert (DCSO) <RStorey_at_dcso.nashville.org>wrote:
> Going through a 11gR2 new features class. First half day is all about ASM
> and installing grid infrastructure for a standalone structure,
> My question is why would I, on my single server with a single instance,
> using a SAN for my storage, bother with ASM? Why do all of this overhead
> just for a single instance?