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Anyone use the IO Topology features with Oracle9iR2 and Veritas? Does
Veritas have a mapping file that you can use with this feature? (I've posed
the same question with Veritas, so it's a race to the answer!) Any
experiences you can share about this feature?

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  • Anjo Kolk at Jun 19, 2003 at 6:45 pm
    Yes, there is file mapping that works with 9ir2 and veritas.

    Anjo.

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    Anyone use the IO Topology features with Oracle9iR2 and Veritas? Does
    Veritas have a mapping file that you can use with this feature? (I've posed
    the same question with Veritas, so it's a race to the answer!) Any
    experiences you can share about this feature?

    Robert


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  • Chao_ping at Jun 19, 2003 at 9:02 pm
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            It seems that in oracle10i, there is such feature. But I have not read much
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    Anyone use the IO Topology features with Oracle9iR2 and Veritas? Does
    Veritas have a mapping file that you can use with this feature? (I've posed
    the same question with Veritas, so it's a race to the answer!) Any
    experiences you can share about this feature?

    Robert


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  • Jared Still at Jun 23, 2003 at 3:27 am
    Robert,

    Have any URL's to explain this?

    Anything to do with Oracle Managed Files?

    Jared
    On Thursday 19 June 2003 10:55, Freeman Robert - IL wrote:
    Anyone use the IO Topology features with Oracle9iR2 and Veritas? Does
    Veritas have a mapping file that you can use with this feature? (I've posed
    the same question with Veritas, so it's a race to the answer!) Any
    experiences you can share about this feature?

    Robert
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  • Mladen Gogala at Jun 23, 2003 at 4:51 am
    I don't have URL, but you can find what it's all about in the Metalink note:

    Doc ID: Note:177498.1
    Type: BULLETIN
    Status: PUBLISHED

    Content Type: TEXT/PLAIN
    Creation Date: 23-FEB-2002
    Last Revision Date: 08-APR-2003

    On 2003.06.22 23:39, Jared Still wrote:
    Robert,

    Have any URL's to explain this?

    Anything to do with Oracle Managed Files?

    Jared
    On Thursday 19 June 2003 10:55, Freeman Robert - IL wrote:
    Anyone use the IO Topology features with Oracle9iR2 and Veritas? Does
    Veritas have a mapping file that you can use with this feature? (I've posed
    the same question with Veritas, so it's a race to the answer!) Any
    experiences you can share about this feature?

    Robert
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  • Tanel Poder at Jun 23, 2003 at 4:52 am
    Hi!

    It just adds one more tab "storage layout" to your OEM console. If you are
    running on EMC you can drill down physical storage information to see on
    which disks your datafiles actually reside.

    I haven't heard that they have it for Veritas yet... but I've not worked
    with it either, EMC has its own tool for same kind of thing anyway.

    Tanel.

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    Robert,

    Have any URL's to explain this?

    Anything to do with Oracle Managed Files?

    Jared
    On Thursday 19 June 2003 10:55, Freeman Robert - IL wrote:
    Anyone use the IO Topology features with Oracle9iR2 and Veritas? Does
    Veritas have a mapping file that you can use with this feature? (I've
    posed
    the same question with Veritas, so it's a race to the answer!) Any
    experiences you can share about this feature?

    Robert
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  • Jared Still at Jun 23, 2003 at 3:01 pm
    Ah, thank you. I do remember reading about
    that feature now. I need to find out if this
    works with Clariion, and how to acccess the
    data without Oracle Enterprise Mangler.

    Jared
    On Sunday 22 June 2003 22:29, Tanel Poder wrote:
    Hi!

    It just adds one more tab "storage layout" to your OEM console. If you are
    running on EMC you can drill down physical storage information to see on
    which disks your datafiles actually reside.

    I haven't heard that they have it for Veritas yet... but I've not worked
    with it either, EMC has its own tool for same kind of thing anyway.

    Tanel.

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    Robert,

    Have any URL's to explain this?

    Anything to do with Oracle Managed Files?

    Jared
    On Thursday 19 June 2003 10:55, Freeman Robert - IL wrote:
    Anyone use the IO Topology features with Oracle9iR2 and Veritas? Does
    Veritas have a mapping file that you can use with this feature? (I've
    posed
    the same question with Veritas, so it's a race to the answer!) Any
    experiences you can share about this feature?

    Robert
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  • Freeman Robert - IL at Jun 23, 2003 at 4:29 pm
    Veritas does appear to have this available... now I just have to figure out
    if I have it in house!

    RF

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    Ah, thank you. I do remember reading about
    that feature now. I need to find out if this
    works with Clariion, and how to acccess the
    data without Oracle Enterprise Mangler.

    Jared
    On Sunday 22 June 2003 22:29, Tanel Poder wrote:
    Hi!

    It just adds one more tab "storage layout" to your OEM console. If you are
    running on EMC you can drill down physical storage information to see on
    which disks your datafiles actually reside.

    I haven't heard that they have it for Veritas yet... but I've not worked
    with it either, EMC has its own tool for same kind of thing anyway.

    Tanel.

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    Robert,

    Have any URL's to explain this?

    Anything to do with Oracle Managed Files?

    Jared
    On Thursday 19 June 2003 10:55, Freeman Robert - IL wrote:
    Anyone use the IO Topology features with Oracle9iR2 and Veritas?
    Does
    Veritas have a mapping file that you can use with this feature?
    (I've
    posed
    the same question with Veritas, so it's a race to the answer!) Any
    experiences you can share about this feature?

    Robert
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  • Tanel Poder at Jun 23, 2003 at 5:34 pm

    Ah, thank you. I do remember reading about
    that feature now. I need to find out if this
    works with Clariion, and how to acccess the
    data without Oracle Enterprise Mangler.
    Hi!

    Check v$map_ views.

    Tanel.

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