Oracle Database - Optimal Flexible Architecture (OFA)

1 - About

Name all file system mount points using the syntax /pm, where p is a string constant and m is a unique fixed-length key (typically a two-digit number) used to distinguish each mount point. For example: /u01 and /u02, or /disk01 and /disk02.

3 - Documentation / Reference

  • Bookmark "Oracle Database - Optimal Flexible Architecture (OFA)" at del.icio.us
  • Bookmark "Oracle Database - Optimal Flexible Architecture (OFA)" at Digg
  • Bookmark "Oracle Database - Optimal Flexible Architecture (OFA)" at Ask
  • Bookmark "Oracle Database - Optimal Flexible Architecture (OFA)" at Google
  • Bookmark "Oracle Database - Optimal Flexible Architecture (OFA)" at StumbleUpon
  • Bookmark "Oracle Database - Optimal Flexible Architecture (OFA)" at Technorati
  • Bookmark "Oracle Database - Optimal Flexible Architecture (OFA)" at Live Bookmarks
  • Bookmark "Oracle Database - Optimal Flexible Architecture (OFA)" at Yahoo! Myweb
  • Bookmark "Oracle Database - Optimal Flexible Architecture (OFA)" at Facebook
  • Bookmark "Oracle Database - Optimal Flexible Architecture (OFA)" at Yahoo! Bookmarks
  • Bookmark "Oracle Database - Optimal Flexible Architecture (OFA)" at Twitter
  • Bookmark "Oracle Database - Optimal Flexible Architecture (OFA)" at myAOL
database/oracle/ofa.txt ยท Last modified: 2010/06/02 12:17 by gerardnico