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Oracle Error handling

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Paul_20
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Oracle Error handling

If you are in the midst of accessing a database table on a raw filesystem during a fiber channel failure how does Oracle handle LVM messages indicating that a timeout has occured and that LVM is unable to switch to an alternate path while attempting to access a file? Does the file just get corrupted? I think on a regular vxfs filesystem you can recover ... but what happens on raw filesystems?
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Reima Heimonen
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Re: Oracle Error handling

I have the same question but when using Sybase ASIQ12!
Carlos Fernandez Riera
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Re: Oracle Error handling


No. There is not insconsistences while LVM change to alternate link.

Both, filesystem and raw devices (rlvols) relays on LVM software; it mean that LVM is who return a bad condition if it cant do physical write, and no error if it can be done.

If there were inconsistences on LVM software it should be patched by HP.
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