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Thursday, April 3 • 18:00 - 18:45
P50 An Open Source Bare-Metal Recovery Solution for Exadata

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Oracle supply documentation for bare-metal “restore” of Exadata compute nodes, but the approach involves “rebuilding” the server from a base install. This is a valid approach to recovering a system, however, it requires knowledge of modifications since the installation. Oracle also mention use of writing compressed tar archives to NFS as an off-host backup solution. This has notable limitations. Relax and Recovery (ReaR) combined with rsync (or many other backup solutions) provides a method to perform complete bare-metal restore returning the system to the state at the time of the last backup. There will be a focus on the specifics of Exadata compute nodes, however, the approach is applicable to any Linux host.

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Martin Nash

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Martin is an exceptionally enthusiastic Oracle Database specialist with considerable experience working on Oracle RAC and Exadata systems. He is also passionate about virtualisation, systems administration and the open source model. Now predominantly working within the banking sector his previous experience includes consultancy, telecommunications and payment processing.


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