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Oracle Services for Physics - High Availability and Performance

This page aggregates documentation, measurements and studies on the subject of performance, high availability and storage configuration developed at CERN Database Services for Physics. The reference platform is Oracle 10g RAC + ASM on Linux deployed on commodity HW.

Oracle 10g RAC production architecture

An overview of the Oracle architecture deployed at CERN Database Services for Physics. Oracle 10g features are leveraged to maximize scalability, availability, and performance/cost. A uniform deployment model is used to decrease manageability and provisioning costs.

Performance Tests and Measurements

I/O performance measurements for the current production setup are reported in the following documents:


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HTMLhtml ASM_metadata_30012006.html r6 r5 r4 r3 r2 manage 71.9 K 2007-02-12 - 12:33 LucaCanali ASM metadata
Microsoft Word filedoc Architecture_description.doc r1 manage 114.0 K 2006-11-21 - 16:41 LucaCanali Oracle 10g RAC and ASM architecture at CERN
PDFpdf Architecture_description.pdf r4 r3 r2 r1 manage 432.3 K 2008-07-14 - 17:05 LucaCanali Oracle 10g RAC and ASM architecture at CERN
PDFpdf Orion_tests_Dec05.pdf r7 r6 r5 r4 r3 manage 90.5 K 2006-09-18 - 19:48 LucaCanali Performance measurements on low-cost SAN storage for Oracle 10g and ASM
PDFpdf PSS_quadcore_tests_April07.pdf r2 r1 manage 226.3 K 2007-05-29 - 11:24 LucaCanali Test of a quad-core server for Oracle PDB services
PDFpdf RAC_storage_performance.pdf r3 r2 r1 manage 626.7 K 2006-03-25 - 14:36 LucaCanali RAC and ASM Storage performance measurements
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