Monthly Archives: February 2011

Oracle Cloud File System

Oracle ASM is now cloud ready with its latest release 11.2.0.2.  Cloud File System is the latest offering from Oracle, which is an extension of ASM, ADVM & ACFS.  It is designed to build the cost effective private cloud solutions.  … Continue reading

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Managing ADVM & ACFS using CLI

Create an Oracle ASM volume ASMCMD [+] > volcreate -G datadg -s 10G datavol1 Which is equivalent to  alter diskgroup datadg add volume datavol1 size 10G; Checking volume information ASMCMD [+] > volinfo -G datadg  datavol1 ASMCMD [+] > volinfo … Continue reading

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ACFS-03008: The volume could not be resized

I’ve created a ACFS file system which is based on a ADVM.  Initial size of the volume is 500M. SQL> alter diskgroup datadg add volume datavol1 size 500M / Diskgroup altered. Next I did the mkfs # mkfs -t acfs … Continue reading

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ASM Dynamic Volume Manager (ADVM) & ASM Cluster File system (ACFS)

Following are the steps for creating ACFS 1. Create ASM disk group 2. Change the compatible parameter of disk groups to 11.2.x.x 3. Create ASM dynamic volume(s) 4. mkfs & mount the file system 5. Extend ACFS on other nodes … Continue reading

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