Oracle Automatic Storage Management: Under-the-Hood & Practical Deployment Guide (Anglais) Broché – 1 décembre 2007
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Build and manage a scalable storage infrastructure with Oracle Automatic Storage ManagementStreamline data management and provisioning using Oracle Automatic Storage Management (Oracle ASM) and the detailed information contained in this exclusive Oracle Press resource. Written by a team of database experts, Oracle Automatic Storage Management: Under-the-Hood & Practical Deployment Guide explains how to build and maintain a dynamic, highly available Oracle database storage environment. Inside, you'll learn how to configure storage for Oracle ASM, build disk groups, use data striping and mirroring, and optimize performance. You'll also learn how to ensure consistency across server and storage platforms, maximize data redundancy, and administer Oracle ASM from the command line.
- Manage Oracle ASM Instances and configure Oracle RDBMS instances to leverage Oracle ASM
- Define, discover, and manage disk storage under Oracle ASM
- Create external, normal-redundancy, and high-redundancy disk groups
- Add and remove Oracle ASM storage without affecting RDMS instance availability
- Learn how Oracle ASM provides even I/O distribution
- Work with Oracle ASM directories, files, templates, and aliases
- Improve storage performance and integrity using the ASMLIB API
- Simplify system administration with the Oracle ASM command line interface
- Understand key internal Oracle ASM structures and algorithms
Biographie de l'auteur
Nitin Vengurlekar works at Oracle in the Real Application Cluster (RAC) engineering group, with specific emphasis on ASM. Nitin is a popular conference presenter on this topic.
Murali Vallath is an Oracle Certified Database Administrator and is president of the Oracle RAC Special Interest Group.
Rich Long is Director of Development for Automatic Storage Management at Oracle and has managed ASM development since the project’s inception.
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This book starts with the basics of the storage technology and moves towards the center of the ASM with deep discussions on ASM data structures, ASM in operation and ASM troubleshooting. Nitin probably probably knows more about ASM than anyone I know and excels in explaining the complex technologies in easy to understand manner. You will immensely benefit from his wisdom and real life experience.
A must read for Oracle Storage Administrators and DBAs working with RAC/ASM.
I would highly recommend this book for any DBA that will be working with ASM and / or RAC. The high performance, ease of use, and low cost make it a very attractive solution. This book will teach you everything you need to know about ASM (that's why it's called an "Under-the-Hood" guide). It also makes an excellent reference.
The first chapter is very helpful and I learned some information about disk storage that I did not know. I am more comfortable talking with SAN and system administrators now. They also get the feel that I know what I am talking about. After the first chapter, the book dives right into ASM architecture and management. Each chapter is well written and easy to understand. This book also covers the new features in Oracle 11 and you can see that Oracle is dedicated to maturing ASM. ASM is here to stay and it will gain in popularity.
One of the areas that I thought could have been better is the discussion and explanation of RAC, ASM and how the cluster registry is affected. It would have been nice to have a chapter on OCFS just as a supplement. Some shops will utilize both OCFS and ASM. OCFS will host the OCR and voting file as ASM can not be used.
If you are new to ASM or you are an expert, this book is a good read. If you are new to ASM will get more out of it (obviously) since it covers everything you need to know to install and maintain ASM. Fortunately since this is the only ASM book (as of today) and it is great source of information you will not be wasting your time. This book comes highly recommended.