RE: Linux RAC and asynch io/IO slaves

David,

Thanks for the info...I going to check metalink too, but go relink
sometime today and run some laod tests.

Chris Marquez
Oracle DBA
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Subject: RE: Linux RAC and asynch io/IO slaves


Everything I have read advocates aio on RHAS 3.0.

I have heard also it can cause crashes and corruption, but found no meat
to that statement no open bugs for 9205/9206 on rhas 3.0 Anyone with any
hard facts as to real issues or successes? Anyone done an IO slave
implementation in Linux/RAC? IO slaves in many ways are more robust and
multi purpose than asych IO functionality...but I'm wondering how that
performs with RAC.

Yes, I would and will test either or both before consideration with
prod, but looking for others insights if they have been down the road.
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David

>>
>> Matthew,
>>
>>>>bugs related to 9i RAC on Linux and asynch io
>>
>> Can you point to any (bugs) specifically or should I just search=20
>> Metalink?
>>
>> I was considering  enabling this for my 9iRAC/RHEL3ES...Oracle=20
>> (marketing, presentations) imply that I should be doing this. Frankly

>> Oracle Corp. takes much credit for helping RH/Linux get to async-IO?
>>
>> Thanks,
>>
>> Chris Marquez
>> Oracle DBA
>> HEYMONitor(tm) - heymonitor.com
>> "Oracle Monitoring & Alerting Solution"

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