I am not sure what you mean by NetApp filer, but I have 4 instances
that are do NFS mounts to a 5th box for selected tablespace files. Is
this what you mean?
> I've been looking into buying a NetApp filer for a second site and
> been putting many hours into talking with Oracle users who run it in
> I was also asking them the same question about an NFS type filesystem.
> Everyone said thier seek access improved by using the NetApp filer
> since the filesystems reside on the filer and the the OS.
> If you want, I can ask my Netapp Rep to provide you with some Oracle
> sites running it.
> David Knollhoff
> > Hi all,
> > I am trying to find out if anyone out there is using a Network
> > Appliance filer to host their SQL database(s) in a production
> > environment. We are looking into this as a solution for our
> > Microsoft *and* Oracle databases, but I have serious reservations
> > about mounting database files across a network.
> > Is anyone out there doing this? If so, what are some of the issues
> > you have experienced? Problems? Success stories? Are you happy
> > the combination? Is there any danger of data corruption?
> > I am also running MSCS (kinda forgot to mention that) which makes me
> > even more nervous about network-attaching my databases. I have read
> > the Microsoft Kbase article about Trace Flag 1807...
> > Please direct all answers to the NG's.
> > Thanks,
> > Carl
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