Re: ASM for single-instance 11g db server?

From: Mladen Gogala <>
Date: Thu, 7 Apr 2011 13:26:11 +0000 (UTC)
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On Wed, 06 Apr 2011 21:12:08 -0700, Noons wrote:


>> Vendors SQL-guys have started to fix these also, another significant
>> performance increase coming, I hope.

> But it's all Oracle's fault, ain't it? Damn SQL, it's always the
> problem. Never the space between the chair and the keyboard...
>> These things just happen. :)

> Indeed! Good story, that one. Surprising how often Ive seen it repeated
> and I still see it again and again. One would have thought IT
> damagement would have wised up. Unfortunately, they're all still
> looking for silver bullets...

Speaking of ASM, did anyone find the way to eliminate those pesky "SUCCESS: diskgroup XXXX was dismounted". Here is a sample:

Thu Apr 07 09:20:04 EDT 2011
RFS[27]: Successfully opened standby log 40: '+DGFRA/adostby/onlinelog/ group_40.798.744985951'
Thu Apr 07 09:20:12 EDT 2011
Media Recovery Log /BACKUP/archives/archADPRD_2_544610_614435904.dbf Thu Apr 07 09:20:26 EDT 2011
Media Recovery Log /BACKUP/archives/archADPRD_2_544611_614435904.dbf Thu Apr 07 09:20:38 EDT 2011

Media Recovery Log /BACKUP/archives/archADPRD_1_242827_614435904.dbf
Media Recovery Log /BACKUP/archives/archADPRD_2_544612_614435904.dbf
Media Recovery Log /BACKUP/archives/archADPRD_3_217554_614435904.dbf
Media Recovery Waiting for thread 1 sequence 242828 Thu Apr 07 09:20:43 EDT 2011
SUCCESS: diskgroup DGREDO was dismounted SUCCESS: diskgroup DGFRA was dismounted

My alert log is full of the messages like the last two. What is the point of those?

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