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Any one have experience with the above configuration? I am not a SAN guy, so looking for configuration suggestions for the Hyper-V settings, and Equallogic SAN configuration.
Hi, I have an equallogic SAN and I am looking at using the snapshot function for backup. My server are linux (redhat 4.0) with oracle database 10.2.0.3. What, if any, actions must I do to ensure that the snaphot made on the SAN (block level) is complete. In other word, does Linux have a cache...