In my last article, I have demonstrated the steps involved in migrating ASM Disks from ASMLIB to ASMFD (ASM Filter Driver). Today, I would be discussing the steps involved in creating and adding a new ASM Disk
In Today’s article, I would be demonstrating the steps involved in migrating the ASM disks from Oracle ASM Library Driver (ASMLIB) to the new Oracle GI 12c feature ASM Filter Driver (ASMFD) for Oracle Clusterware Standalone Environment.
I was in the process of configuring ASM Filter Driver (ASMFD) and it was failing with following errors. -bash-3.2# $ORACLE_HOME/bin/asmcmd afd_configure Connected to an idle instance. AFD-620: AFD is not supported on this operating system version: '2.6.32-100.26.2.el5'
Introduction With Oracle Grid Infrastructure release 220.127.116.11, Oracle has introduced a new GI component called ASM Filter Driver (ASMFD). Here, I am presenting my first encounter with Oracle ASM Filter Driver (ASMFD). In its simplest form, ASMFD