That was my question. What do I need to make it work, or, can it work?
From: Bobak, Mark
Sent: Tuesday, February 14, 2006 3:04 PM
To: kaygopal_at_gmail.com; Mercadante, Thomas F (LABOR)
Subject: RE: Oracle Rac and IBM P-series machines
Just curious, when you have two nodes a mile apart, what kind of network
connectivity do you have? Particularly for the interconnect?
Never really seriously looked into it...just curious.....
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Sent: Tuesday, February 14, 2006 2:54 PM
Subject: Re: Oracle Rac and IBM P-series machines
You didn't tell me the version. So I will be a generalist here.
Is it true I would need to use RAW devices because of RAC? "Normal"
file systems would not work for RAC.
Yep. Another option is to use ASM (in 10g)
And can the machines be geographically apart from each other (like
within a mile)?
Last I heard the physical distance was a problem, but things change
fast around here.
Within a mile is possible. I know few people who are using that.