ASM Metadata and Internals

A collection of facts on configuration and and diagnostic of Oracle ASM. More on RAC and ASM configuration and performance of CERN Physics DBs in Inside_Oracle_ASM_LC_CERN_UKOUG07.ppt and in Presentation at E42014.

ASM metadata, V$ and X$:

View Name X$ Table name Description
V$ASM_DISK X$KFDSK, X$KFKID performs disk discovery, lists disks and their usage metrics
V$ASM_DISKGROUP X$KFGRP performs disk discovery and lists diskgroups
V$ASM_DISKGROUP_STAT X$KFGRP_STAT diskgroup stats without disk discovery
V$ASM_DISK_STAT X$KFDSK_STAT, X$KFKID lists disks and their usage metrics
V$ASM_FILE X$KFFIL lists ASM files, including metadata/asmdisk files
V$ASM_ALIAS X$KFALS lists ASM aliases, files and directories
V$ASM_TEMPLATE X$KFTMTA lists the available templates and their properties
V$ASM_CLIENT X$KFNCL lists DB instances connected to ASM
V$ASM_OPERATION X$KFGMG,X$KFGBRB(11g) lists rebalancing operations
N.A. X$KFKLIB available libraries, includes asmlib path
N.A. X$KFDPARTNER lists disk-to-partner relationships
N.A. X$KFFXP extent map table for all ASM files
N.A. X$KFDAT extent list for all ASM disks
N.A. X$KFBH describes the ASM cache (buffer cache of ASM in blocks of 4K (_asm_blksize)
N.A. X$KFCCE a linked list of ASM blocks. to be further investigated

This list is obtained querying v$fixed_view_definition and v$fixed_table: select * from v$fixed_view_definition where view_name like '%ASM%'; and select * from v$fixed_table where name like 'X$KF%'; (ASM fixed tables use the X$KF prefix).

New in 11g (11.2.0.2 is taken as reference):

View Name X$ Table name Description
V$ASM_ACFSSNAPSHOTS X$KFVACFSS snapshots of ACFS filesystems
V$ASM_ACFSVOLUMES X$KFVACFSV info on monted ACFS volumes
V$ASM_ACFS_ENCRYPTION_INFO X$KFVACFSENCR info on ACFS encryption config
V$ASM_ACFS_SECURITY_INFO X$KFVACFSREALM info on ACFS security (realm) config
V$ASM_ATTRIBUTE X$KFENV ASM DG attributes. Data stored in file #9 of each DG
Notes: the X$ table shows also 'hidden' attributes,Example to turn off variable extents
alter diskgroup set attribute '_extent_counts'='214748367 0 0';
V$ASM_DISK_IOSTAT X$KFNSDSKIOST I/O usage statistics
V$ASM_FILESYSTEM X$KFVACFS ACFS filesystems
V$ASM_USER X$KFZUDR os users info
V$ASM_USERGROUP X$KFZGDR creators of ASM file access control group
V$ASM_USERGROUP_MEMBER X$KFZUAGR members of ASM file access control groups
V$ASM_VOLUME X$KFVOL, X$KFFIL info on ADVM volumes created on ASM SGs
V$ASM_VOLUME_STAT X$KFVOL,X$KFVOLSTAT stats on ADVM volumes created on ASM SGs
N.A. X$X$KFCBH  
N.A. X$KFCLLE  
N.A. X$KFDDD  
N.A. X$KFDFS  
N.A. X$KFFOF reports the list of open files. it is the source for lsof in asmcmd
V$ASM_OPERATION in 11g X$KFGBRB  
N.A. X$KFGBRW  
N.A. X$KFKLSOD reports the list of open devices. it is the source for lsod in asmcmd
N.A. X$KFMDGRP  
N.A. X$KFRC  
N.A. X$KFVOFS no more there in 11.2.0.3
N.A. X$KFVOFSV no more there in 11.2.0.3

New in 12c (12.1.0.1 is taken as reference):

N.A. X$KFDAP  
N.A. X$KFDSD  
N.A. X$KFDSR  
N.A. X$KFDXEXT  
N.A. X$KFGBRC  
N.A. X$KFGBRS  
N.A. X$KFIAS_FILE  
N.A. X$KFIAS_PROC  
N.A. X$KFNRCL  
N.A. X$KFCSTAT I.O. statistics
GV$ASM_ESTIMATE X$KFGXP  
GV$IOS_CLIENT X$KFIAS_CLNT currently undocumented GV$
GV$ASM_ACFS_SEC_ADMIN X$KFVACFSADMIN  
GV$ASM_ACFS_SEC_CMDRULE X$KFVACFSCMDRULE  
GV$ASM_ACFS_SEC_REALM_FILTER X$KFVACFSREALMFILTER  
GV$ASM_ACFS_SEC_REALM_GROUP X$KFVACFSREALMGROUP  
GV$ASM_ACFS_SEC_REALM X$KFVACFSREALMS  
GV$ASM_ACFS_SEC_REALM_USER X$KFVACFSREALMUSER  
GV$ASM_ACFSREPL X$KFVACFSREPL  
GV$ASM_ACFSREPLTAG X$KFVACFSREPLTAG  
GV$ASM_ACFS_SEC_RULE X$KFVACFSRULE  
GV$ASM_ACFS_SEC_RULESET X$KFVACFSRULESET  
GV$ASM_ACFS_SEC_RULESET_RULE X$KFVACFSRULESETRULE  
GV$ASM_ACFSTAG X$KFVACFSTAG  
N.A. X$KFZPBLK info on the password files in asm

X$KFFXP (metadata, file extent pointers)

This X$ table contains the mapping between files, extents and allocation units. It allows to track the position of all the extents of a given file striped and mirrored across storage. Note: RDBMS read operations access only the primary extent of a mirrored couple (unless there is an IO error) . Write operations instead write all mirrored extents to disk.

X$KFFXP Column Name Description
ADDR x$ table address/identifier
INDX row unique identifier
INST_ID instance number (RAC)
GROUP_KFFXP ASM disk group number. Join with v$asm_disk and v$asm_diskgroup
NUMBER_KFFXP ASM file number. Join with v$asm_file and v$asm_alias
COMPOUND_KFFXP File identifier. Join with compound_index in v$asm_file
INCARN_KFFXP File incarnation id. Join with incarnation in v$asm_file
PXN_KFFXP Progressive file extent number
XNUM_KFFXP ASM file extent number (mirrored extent pairs have the same extent value)
a value of 2147483648 is for the triple-mirrored file metadata
DISK_KFFXP Disk number where the extent is allocated. Join with v$asm_disk
can have the value 65534 when AU not present on physical storage (applies to normal or high redundancy DG)
AU_KFFXP Relative position of the allocation unit from the beginning of the disk. The allocation unit size (1 MB) in v$asm_diskgroup
can have the value 4294967294 when AU not present on physical storage because of failure for example (applies to normal or high redundancy DG)
LXN_KFFXP 0->primary extent, ->mirror extent, 2->2nd mirror copy (high redundancy and metadata)
FLAGS_KFFXP N.K.
CHK_KFFXP N.K.
SIZE_KFFXP 11g, to support variable size AU, integer value which marks the size of the extent in AU size units.
extent sizes are determined by the diskgroup parameter _extent_sizes, the default value in 11gR2 and 12c this is: '1 4 16' and the extent sizes by _extent_counts, default= 20000 20000 214748367, that is the first 20000 extents have size 1 AU, then the next 20000 extents have size 4 AUs, all the subsequent extents have size 16 AUs.

Example - find location of ASM files extents using x$kffxp

  • Find the 2 mirrored extents of an ASM file (the spfile in this example)
sys@+ASM1> select GROUP_KFFXP,DISK_KFFXP,AU_KFFXP from x$kffxp where 
   number_kffxp=(select file_number from v$asm_alias where name='spfiletest1.ora');

GROUP_KFFXP DISK_KFFXP   AU_KFFXP
----------- ---------- ----------
          1         20        379
          1          3        101
  • find the diskname
sys@+ASM1> select disk_number,path from v$asm_disk where 
    group_number=1 and disk_number in  (3,20);

DISK_NUMBER PATH
----------- ----------------------------------------
          3   /dev/mapper/itstor417_2p1
         20   /dev/mapper/itstor419_2p1
  • access the data directly from disk with dd
 dd if=/dev/mapper/itstor417_2p1 bs=1024k count=1 skip=101|strings|more

  • Example: extract extent map for a given datafile (487 in group 1 in the example):
select xnum_kffxp,lxn_kffxp,pxn_kffxp,(select path from v$asm_disk where disk_number=disk_kffxp),au_kffxp from x$kffxp where group_kffxp=1 and number_kffxp=487 order by xnum_kffxp;

X$KFDAT (metadata, disk-to-AU mapping table)

This X$ table contains details of all allocation units (free and used).

X$KFDAT Column Name Description
ADDR x$ table address/identifier
INDX row unique identifier
INST_ID instance number (RAC)
GROUP_KFDAT diskgroup number, join with v$asm_diskgroup
NUMBER_KFDAT disk number, join with v$asm_disk
COMPOUND_KFDAT disk compund_index, join with v$asm_disk
AUNUM_KFDAT Disk allocation unit (relative position from the beginning of the disk), join with x$kffxp.au_kffxp
V_KFDAT V=this Allocation Unit is used; F=AU is free
FNUM_KFDAT file number, join with v$asm_file
I_KFDAT N.K.
H_KFDAT 11g, N.K.
XNUM_KFDAT Progressive file extent number join with x$kffxp.pxn_kffxp
RAW_KFDAT raw format encoding of the disk,and file extent information
SIZE_KFDAT 11g, N.K.
FMT_KFDAT 11g, N.K.

Example2 - list allocation units of a given file from x$kfdat

  • similarly to example 1 above, another way to retrieve ASM file allocation maps:
sys@+ASM1> select GROUP_KFDAT,NUMBER_KFDAT,AUNUM_KFDAT from x$kfdat where 
   fnum_kfdat=(select file_number from v$asm_alias where name='spfiletest1.ora');

GROUP_KFDAT NUMBER_KFDAT AUNUM_KFDAT
----------- ------------ -----------
          1            3         101
          1           20         379

Example3 - list extents belonging to voting disk in ASM (11gR2)

select * from x$kfdat where group_kfdat=1 and fnum_kfdat=1048572 order by number_kfdat,AUNUM_KFDAT;

Example4 - from strace data of an oracle user process

  • from the strace file of a user (shadow) process identify IO operations:
    • ex: strace -p 30094 2>&1|grep pread
    • pread(257, "#\242\0\0\33\0@\2\343\332\177\303s\5\1\4\211\330\0\0\0"..., 8192, 473128960) = 8192
    • it is a read operation of 8KB (oracle block) at the offset 473128960 (=451 MB + 27*8KB) from file descriptor FD=257
  • using /proc/30094/fd -> find FD=257 is /dev/mapper/itstor420_1p1
  • I find the group and disk number of the file:
sys@+ASM1> select GROUP_NUMBER,DISK_NUMBER from v$asm_disk 
where path='/dev/mapper/itstor420_1p1';                     

GROUP_NUMBER DISK_NUMBER
------------ -----------
           1          30
  • using the disk number, group number and offset (from strace above) I find the file number and extent number:
    • note in this example we cover an extent with size_kffxp=1, the case of an extent spanning more AUs requires additional calculations.
sys@+ASM1> select number_kffxp, XNUM_KFFXP,size_kffxp from x$kffxp where group_kffxp=1 and disk_kffxp=20 and au_kffxp=451;

NUMBER_KFFXP   XNUM_KFFXP SIZE_KFFXP
------------ ------------ ----------
         268           17          1

  • from v$asm_file fnum=268 is file of the users' tablespace:
sys@+ASM1> select name from v$asm_alias where FILE_NUMBER=268

NAME
------------------------------
USERS.268.612033477

sys@DB> select file#,name from v$datafile where upper(name) like '%USERS.268.612033477';

     FILE# NAME
---------- --------------------------------------------------------
         9 +TEST1_DATADG1/test1/datafile/users.268.612033477
  • from dba extents finally find the owner and segment name relative to the original IO operation:
sys@TEST1> select owner,segment_name,segment_type from dba_extents 
where FILE_ID=9 and 27+17*1024*1024/8192 between block_id and block_id+blocks;

OWNER                          SEGMENT_NAME                   SEGMENT_TYPE
------------------------------ ------------------------------ ------------------
SCOTT                          EMP                            TABLE

Extent and AU allocations in asmcmd 12c

In 12c asmcmd has 2 new commands to help navigating ASM extent pointers and disk allocations: mapextent and mapau. Example, how to find the allocation units for the first extents of a given files:

ASMCMD>  mapextent '+ORCL_MYTEST/ORCL/DATAFILE/mytest.256.844901607' 1
Disk_Num         AU      Extent_Size
1                107             1
0                107             1
    

Example, given a disk number and allocation unit number, how to find the file number and extent number:

ASMCMD> mapau
usage: mapau [--suppressheader] <dg number> <disk number> <au>
help:  help mapau
ASMCMD> mapau 1 1 107
File_Num         Extent          Extent_Set
261              1273            636
    

X$KFDPARTNER

This X$ table contains the disk-to-partner (1-N) relationship. Two disks of a given ASM diskgroup are partners if they each contain a mirror copy of the same extent. Therefore partners must belong to different failgroups of the same diskgroup. This mechanism is in place to reduce the chance of losing both sides of the mirror in case of double disk failure. The limit to the number of partners per disk is: _asm_partner_target_disk_part (default 8 in recent versions). We also have _asm_partner_target_fg_rel (target maximum number of failure group relationships for repartnering, default 4):

X$KFDPARTNER Column Name Description
ADDR x$ table address/identifier
INDX row unique identifier
INST_ID instance number (RAC)
GRP diskgroup number, join with v$asm_diskgroup
DISK disk number, join with v$asm_disk
COMPOUND disk identifier. Join with compound_index in v$asm_disk
NUMBER_KFDPARTNER partner disk number, i.e. disk-to-partner (1-N) relationship
MIRROR_KFDPARNER =1 in a healthy normal redundancy config
PARITY_KFDPARNER =1 in a healthy normal redundancy config
ACTIVE_KFDPARNER =1 in a healthy normal redundancy config
11g, DISKFGNUM failgroup number of the disk
11g, PARTNERFGNUM_KFDPARTNER failgroup number of the partner disk

X$KFFIL and metadata files

Three types of metadata:

  • diskgroup metadata: files with NUMBER_KFFIL <256 ASM metadata and ASMlog files. These files have high redundancy (3 copies) and block size =4KB.
    • ASM log files are used for ASM instance and crash recovery when a crash happens with metadata operations (see below COD and ACD)
    • at diskgroup creation 6 files with metadata are visible from x$kffil
  • disk metadata: disk headers (typically the first 2 AU of each disk) are not listed in x$kffil (they appear as file number 0 in x$kfdat). Contain disk membership information. This part of the disk has to be 'zeroed out' before the disk can be added to ASM diskgroup as a new disk.
  • file metadata: 3 mirrored extents with file metadata, visible from x$kffxp and x$kfdat * note: metadata i triple mirrored if at least 3 failgroups are available

Example: list all files, system and users' with their sizes:

  • select group_kffil group#, number_kffil file#, filsiz_kffil filesize_after_mirr, filspc_kffil raw_file_size from x$kffil;

Example: List all files including metadata allocated in the ASM diskgroups

  • select group_kfdat group#,FNUM_KFDAT file#, sum(1) AU_used from x$kfdat where v_kfdat='V' group by group_kfdat,FNUM_KFDAT,v_kfdat;

Description of metadata files

References: Oracle Automatic Storage Management, Oracle Press Nov 2007, N. Vengurlekar, M. Vallath, R.Long and [http://asmsupportguy.blogspot.com] Bane Radulovic

  • on each disk, AU=0: disk header (disk name, etc), first stride of the Allocation Table (AT) and Free Space Table (FST)
  • on each disk, AU=1: space allocate for the Partner Status Table (PST) (not all disks have PST data)
  • on each disk, AU=11 block 1: 12c additional copy of the disk header

  • File#1: File Directory (files and their extent pointers)
  • File#2: Disk Directory
  • File#3: Active Change Directory (ACD) The ACD is analogous to a redo log, where changes to the metadata are logged. Size=42MB * number of instances
  • File#4: Continuing Operation Directory (COD). The COD is analogous to an undo tablespace. It maintains the state of active ASM operations such as disk or datafile drop/add. The COD log record is either committed or rolled back based on the success of the operation.
  • File#5: Template directory
  • File#6: Alias directory
  • File#8: 11g ?? content N.K.
  • 11g, File#9: Attribute Directory
  • 11g, File#12: Staleness directory, allocated when needed to track offline disks
  • 12c, File #13 ASM password directory
  • 11g, File#253: ASM spfile in ASM (11gR2 feature)
  • 11g, File#254: Staleness registry, allocated when needed to track offline disks
  • 11g, File#255: OCR FILE in ASM (11gR2 feature)

  • 11g, File#1048572 (Hex=FFFFC), special file, does not appear in x$kffxp: it contains the mirrored copies of the voting disk in ASM (11gR2 and 12c), 3 copies for normal redundancy
  • 11g, File#1048575 (Hex=FFFFF), not a real file#, does not appear in x$kffxp, content N.K., it appears to allocate a relatively small size at the end of each ASM disk.

Tnsnames entries and ASM (relevant for 10g)

TIP: An example of tnsnames entry to be used to connect to ASM instances via Oracle*NET (note the extra keyword (UR=A)). More generally UR=A allows to connect to 'blocked services'. Example connect sys/pass@ASM1 as sysdba (an asm password file is also needed on the server). The extra keyword (UR=A) applies to 10g, it is not needed in 11g.
ASM1 =
  (DESCRIPTION =
    (ADDRESS = (PROTOCOL = TCP)(HOST = [hostname])(PORT = [portN]))
    (CONNECT_DATA =
      (SERVER = DEDICATED) (SERVICE_NAME = +ASM)  (INSTANCE_NAME = +ASM1)
      (UR=A)
    )  )

DBMS_DISKGROUP, an internal ASM package

dbms_diskgroup is an Oracle 'internal package' (C implementation, as opposed to PL/SQL), it provides and API to access ASM data. It is used by external programs, for example asmcmd 12c. A list of available procedures obtained from strings $ORACLE_HOME/bin/oracle|grep -i dbms_diskgroup: Note on how to further research this: asmcmd in 11g and 12c is a collection of PERL scripts who use dbms_diskgroup for asm manipulation. Use find $ORA_CRS_HOME -name asmcmd*|xargs grep -i dbms_diskgroup.

dbms_diskgroup.abortfile(:handle)
dbms_diskgroup.addcreds(:osuname,:clusid,:uname,:passwd);
dbms_diskgroup.asmcopy (:src_path, :dst_name, :spfile_number,:fileType, :blkSz, :spfile_number2,:spfile_type, :client_mode)
dbms_diskgroup.checkfile (v_AsmFileName,v_FileType,v_lbks,v_offstart,v_FileSize)
dbms_diskgroup.close (:handle);
dbms_diskgroup.commitfile (:handle);
dbms_diskgroup.copy ('', '', '', :src_path, :src_ftyp, :src_blksz,:src_fsiz, '','','', :dst_path, 1)
dbms_diskgroup.createclientcluster (:clname, :direct_access)
dbms_diskgroup.createdir(:NAME);
dbms_diskgroup.createfile(:NAME,:type,:lblksize,:fsz,:handle,:pblksz,:genfname);
dbms_diskgroup.dropdir(:DIRNAME)
dbms_diskgroup.dropfile(:NAME,:type);
dbms_diskgroup.getfileattr (:src_path, :fileType, :fileSz, :blkSz)
dbms_diskgroup.getfileattr(:NAME,:type,:fsz,:lblksize, 1,:hideerr);
dbms_diskgroup.getfilephyblksize (:fileName, :flag, :pblksize)
dbms_diskgroup.gethdlattr(:handle,:attr,:nval,:sval);
dbms_diskgroup.gpnpsetsp(:spfile_path)
dbms_diskgroup.mapau (:gnum, :disk, :au, :file, :extent, :xsn)
dbms_diskgroup.mapextent(:NAME,:xsn,:mapcount,:extsize,:disk1,:au1,:disk2,:au2,:disk3,:au3);
dbms_diskgroup.mkdir (:DIRNAME)
dbms_diskgroup.open(:NAME,:fmode,:type,:lblksize,:handle,:pblksz,:fsz);
dbms_diskgroup.openpwfile(:NAME,:lblksize,:fsz,:handle,:pblksz,:fmode,:genfname,:dbname);
dbms_diskgroup.patchfile (v_AsmFilename,v_filetype,v_lbks,v_offstart,0,v_numblks,v_FsFilename,v_filetype,1,1)
dbms_diskgroup.read(:handle,:offset,:length,:buffer,:reason,:mirr);
dbms_diskgroup.remap (:gnum, :fnum, :vxn)
dbms_diskgroup.renamefile(:NAME,:tname,:type,:genfname);
dbms_diskgroup.resizefile(:handle,:fsz);
dbms_diskgroup.write(:handle,:offset,:length,:buffer,:reason);
  

ASM Oracle kernel components and prefixes

SQL> oradebug doc component asm

  ASM                          Automatic Storage Management (kf)
    KFK                        KFK (kfk)
      KFKIO                    KFK IO (kfkio)
      KFKSB                    KFK subs (kfksubs)
    KFN                        ASM Networking subsystem (kfn)
      KFNU                     ASM Umbillicus (kfnm, kfns, kfnb)
      KFNS                     ASM Server networking (kfns)
      KFNC                     ASM Client networking (kfnc)
    KFIS                       ASM Intelligent Storage interfaces (kfis)
    KFM                        ASM Node Monitor Interface Implementation (kfm)
      KFMD                     ASM Node Monitor Layer for Diskgroup Registration (kfmd)
      KFMS                     ASM Node Monitor Layers Support Function Interface (kfms)
    KFFB                       ASM Metadata Block (kffb)
    KFFD                       ASM Metadata Directory (kffd)
    KFZ                        ASM Zecurity subsystem (kfz)
    KFC                        ASM Cache (kfc)
    KFR                        ASM Recovery (kfr)
    KFE                        ASM attributes (kfe)
    KFDP                       ASM PST (kfdp)
    KFG                        ASM diskgroups (kfg)
    KFDS                       ASM staleness registry and resync (kfds)
    KFIA                       ASM Remote (kfia)
      KFIAS                    ASM IOServer (kfias)
      KFIAC                    ASM IOServer client (kfiac)
    KFFSCRUB                   ASM Scrubbing (kffscrub)
    KFIO                       ASM translation I/O layer (kfio)
    KFIOER                     ASM translation I/O layer (kfioer)
    KFV                        ASM Volume subsystem (kfv)
      KFVSU                    ASM Volume Umbillicus (kfvsu)
      KFVSD                    ASM Volume Background (kfvsd)
    KFDX                       ASM Exadata interface (kfdx)
    KFZP                       ASM Password File Layer (kfzp)
    KFA                        ASM Alias Operations (kfa)
  

ASM parameters and underscore parameters

Query from X$ tables that expose underscore parameters. 102 parameters in 12.1.0.1!

select a.ksppinm "Parameter", a.ksppdesc "Description", c.ksppstvl "Instance Value"
  from x$ksppi a, x$ksppcv b, x$ksppsv c
 where a.indx = b.indx and a.indx = c.indx
   and ksppinm like '%asm%'
order by a.ksppinm;
 

ASM-related acronyms

  • PST - Partner Status Table. Maintains info on disk-to-diskgroup membership.
  • COD - Continuing Operation Directory. The COD structure maintains the state of active ASM operations or changes, such as disk or datafile drop/add. The COD log record is either committed or rolled back based on the success of the operation. (source Oracle whitepaper)
  • ACD - Active Change Directory. The ACD is analogous to a redo log, where changes to the metadata are logged. The ACD log record is used to determine point of recovery in the case of ASM operation failures or instance failures. (source Oracle whitepaper)
  • OSM Oracle Storage Manager, legacy name, synonymous of ASM
  • CSS Cluster Synchronization Services. Part of Oracle clusterware, mandatory with ASM even in single instance. CSS is used to heartbeat the health of the ASM instances.
  • RBAL - Oracle backgroud process. In an ASM instance coordinated rebalancing operations. In a DB instance, opens and mount diskgroups from the local ASM instance.
  • ARBx - Oracle backgroud processes. In an ASM instance, a slave for rebalancing operations
  • PSPx - Oracle backgroud processes. In an ASM instance, Process Spawners
  • GMON - Oracle backgroud processes. In an ASM instance, diskgroup monitor.
  • ASMB - Oracle backgroud process. In an DB instance, keeps a (bequeath) persistent DB connection to the local ASM instance. Provides hearthbeat and ASM statistics. During a diskgroup rebalancing operation ASM communicates to the DB AU changes via this connection.
  • O00x - Oracle backgroud processes. Slaves used to connected from the DB to the ASM instance for 'short operations'.

Additional links

ASM utilities: kfed and amdu: ASM_utilities


Revisions:
First version, Jan 2006, Luca.Canali@cernNOSPAMPLEASE.ch
Major additions, Jan 2007, L.C.
Additions and corrections, Nov 2007, L.C.
11gR1 updates, Jun 2008, L.C.
11gR2 updates, Jan 2010, L.C.
12c updates, May 2014, L.C.

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