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- Index of Posts
- DBFS, FS, CFS, NFS, ASM Topics
- DW/BI Musings
- Exadata Posts
- General Performance and I/O Topics
- Oracle on Opteron, K8L, NUMA, etc
- Oracle11g Topics
- QPI-Based Systems Related Topics (e.g., Nehalem EP/EX, Westmere EP, etc)
- Real Application Clusters Related Topics
- Papers, Webcasts, etc
- SLOB Resources
- Little Things Doth Crabby Make
- Focusing on Ext4 and XFS TRIM Operations – Part I.
- Announcing “SLOB Recipes”
- This Is Not Glossy Marketing But You Still Won’t Believe Your Eyes. EMC XtremIO 4.0 Snapshot Refresh For Agile Test / Dev Storage Provisioning in Oracle Database Environments.
- Announcing SLOB 2.3. Tarry Not, Get It While It’s Hot!
- SLOB 2.3 User Guide
- SLOB 2.3 Is Getting Close!
- Lab Report: Oracle Database on EMC XtremIO. A Compression Technology Case Study.
- Whitepaper: Oracle Database 11g and 12c Consolidation and Workload Scalability with EMC XtremIO 3.0
- Adding An EMC XtremIO Volume As An ASM Disk With Oracle Database 12c On Linux – It Does Not Get Any Easier Than This.
- Little Things Doth Crabby Make – Part XVIII. Automatic Storage Management Won’t Let Me Use My Disk For My Files! Yes, It Will!