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Category: Amazon Elastic Block Storage (EBS)

Using Amazon EBS elastic volumes with Oracle databases (part 3): databases using Oracle ASM

In parts 1 and 2 of this blog series, we discuss the elastic volumes feature for Amazon EBS and how it works with Oracle database storage layouts. We discuss elastic volumes with databases that use operating-system file systems and that use Logical Volume Managers (LVM) for database storage management. In this post, we discuss the […]

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Using Amazon EBS elastic volumes with Oracle databases (part 2): databases using LVM

In part 1 of this blog series, we discuss the elastic volumes feature. We also discuss Oracle database storage layouts for simple databases that use a single Amazon EBS volume without LVM for database storage. In this post, part 2 of the series, we discuss the storage layout for Amazon EC2 for Oracle databases that […]

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Using Amazon EBS elastic volumes with Oracle databases (part 1): Introduction

Last year, we launched a new Amazon EBS feature called elastic volumes. Using elastic volumes for Amazon EBS, you can increase your EBS volume size or change IOPS or volume type while the volume is in use. You can make this change without having an impact on operations. In this series of three blog posts, […]

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