RE: ASM of any significant value when switching to Direct NFS / NetApp / non-RAC?

I have had to perform a couple of Windows 7 upgrades/new installs.  The 
problems I have encountered have not really been true Windows 7 issues but 
rather issues with my employer's software configuration and encryption 
requirements.  I do hate the fact that Windows 7 does not support a true 
upgrade but rather you install Windows 7 then have to re-install all your 
software.  What other OS makes you do this?


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From: oracle-l-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:oracle-l-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On 
Behalf Of Nuno Souto
Sent: Friday, August 24, 2012 6:45 AM
To: oracle-l@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: Re: ASM of any significant value when switching to Direct NFS / NetApp 
/ non-RAC?

Hans Forbrich wrote,on my timestamp of 24/08/2012 5:02 AM:
> Yup, based on ambition.  After all, they 've picked up 1 company per 
> month, every month, for the past 10 years. Narrows the opportunities, 
> and leaves the larger fish as the primary remaining food source.

Actually, not a bad point at all!
It sounds incredible but nowadays Oracle looks more and more like a second 
incarnation of CA...


> As for MSSQL, with it's current rate of churning out new
> enterprise-oriented environments (eg: Windows 8 using Metro), I'm not
> sure how much longer Oracle will have to wait to get Microsoft at a
> reasonably good price.

Tell me about it!  Just spent this week doing mostly nothing but recovering my 
normal desktop environment at work!
 From the smouldering remains of a "forced" Windows 7 upgrade.

I just told the Wintel boyzz the next upgrade they force me to take, I'll do it 
myself and it'll be to Linux: I'm 200% sure it'll create less havoc!

Who is the imbecile at M$ responsible for Win7 destroying the registry?  And 
apparently with Win8, NTFS goes as well and needs a reformat.  Like hell I'll 
ever install that one, mr M$!


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Nuno Souto
in sunny Sydney, Australia
dbvision@xxxxxxxxxxxx

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