Re: mirroring database storage

if your storage box can mirror the disks, then yes, it would be another
layer of protection (against hardware failure). Ideally you'd want to have
the storage mirrored in two different boxes and hardware that does that is
somewhat expensive. However, you can probably move the DB to ASM (even if
it's not RAC) and have ASM mirror the storage.

Alan.-


On Thu, Jun 23, 2011 at 1:58 PM, Maureen English <maureen.english@xxxxxxxxxx
> wrote:

> Does anyone use, or see any problems with, mirroring database files to
> provide
> a quick way to recover in case of a disk problem?
>
> We aren't yet using RAC, we do have a standby database set up at our
> disaster
> recovery site and we do weekly cold backups of the database.  We're
> thinking
> that mirroring the database storage disks would be another layer of
> protection.
>
> Any comments?
>
> - Maureen
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