Please help: Partitions 
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 Please help: Partitions

Hello...

I plan on having two sets of raid mirrored harddrives. Each drive will
have two partitions, (drive #1 will have C and D, and drive #2 will
have E and F.)

From a Recovery standpoint - what's the best partition for the Oracle
8.1.7 program to be on? I know the Win2k-server will be on C, and all
my tablespaces will be on E. I'll  have one set of Archived Redo Logs
and Control Files on E, F, and D. Cold Backups using backup exec.

Is there a RECOVERY advantage to have the Oracle program installed on
D? or E?

Thx,
D.



Sun, 23 May 2004 04:33:33 GMT
 Please help: Partitions

You have not gained much by partitioning the two drives into to partitions.
The IO limitations will still be there regardless of whether drive 1 is just
C or C and D.
Jim

Quote:
> Hello...

> I plan on having two sets of raid mirrored harddrives. Each drive will
> have two partitions, (drive #1 will have C and D, and drive #2 will
> have E and F.)

> From a Recovery standpoint - what's the best partition for the Oracle
> 8.1.7 program to be on? I know the Win2k-server will be on C, and all
> my tablespaces will be on E. I'll  have one set of Archived Redo Logs
> and Control Files on E, F, and D. Cold Backups using backup exec.

> Is there a RECOVERY advantage to have the Oracle program installed on
> D? or E?

> Thx,
> D.



Sun, 23 May 2004 04:38:43 GMT
 Please help: Partitions
Yes, but what about from a RECOVERY standpoint?

Thx,
D.

Quote:

>You have not gained much by partitioning the two drives into to
>partitions.
>The IO limitations will still be there regardless of whether drive 1
>is just
>C or C and D.
>Jim


>> Hello...

>> I plan on having two sets of raid mirrored harddrives. Each drive
>>will
>> have two partitions, (drive #1 will have C and D, and drive #2 will
>> have E and F.)

>> From a Recovery standpoint - what's the best partition for the
>>Oracle
>> 8.1.7 program to be on? I know the Win2k-server will be on C, and
>>all
>> my tablespaces will be on E. I'll  have one set of Archived Redo
>>Logs
>> and Control Files on E, F, and D. Cold Backups using backup exec.

>> Is there a RECOVERY advantage to have the Oracle program installed
>>on
>> D? or E?

>> Thx,
>> D.



Sun, 23 May 2004 04:48:42 GMT
 
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