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Friday, April 4 • 18:00 - 18:45
P31 Using LDOMs and Oracle Database or how we replace 1300kg by < 100kg

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This session will discuss the use of LDOM s and Oracle database from an Oracle Dba point of view.

It will give a brief overview of one project replacing a M9000 and M5000 by 2 T5-2 and LDOMS

The hardware-side will be briefly touched :
- comparing CPU performance with different offerings : SPARC (T4,T5, Ultra VI ) and Intel based machines.
- impact analysis of moving from enterprise class M-series hardware to T-series
- mapping the current design ( zones ) to LDOMs
- sizing of the machine : HBA’s , NIC’s, …
- why a certain LDOM setup was chosen and the impact on availability

As well as the software-side :
- Solaris 11 new features important for DBA’s to now such as pagesizes etc
- Special setup needed for Oracle RAC and LDOMS
- Restricting resources for an LDOM
- Integrating you MML with LDOMs (in this case Netbackup)
- pitfalls and problems encountered during the project
- licensing impact

This session is both for DBA’s as for Solaris sys admins.
It will discuss how to setup Oracle Database with LDOMS from a DBA point of view. Which architectural choices should I make, how should I restrict resources….
It will also list the pitfalls and issues encountered …

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Philippe Fierens

self employed, FCP EBVBA
Philippe is an independent oracle dba currently working for a company situated in the internet sector.As a consultant he helps his clients to find efficient, cost efficient ,performing and sometimes creative solutions. He would like to share one recent example here at this user conference. | When not working with oracle you can find him with his wife and  2 daughters or behind the camera taking pictures for various occasions and events... Read More →

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