During my talk at UK OUG tech 2013 earlier this month; running "Oracle Database on LDOMS" I promised I would put some figures on what performance hit to expect when doing virtual IO in the guest domain.
Last week I had an issue on a freshly installed dev system with 12c and Oracle Restart.
In about 3 months time there were 7,5 million audit files generated in the GI home.
This caused the zfs filesystem to fill up completely ( zfs doesn't like this ;-) we didn't finish monitoring yet on this system so we noticed it when damage was done ....
cleaning up the zfs filesystem was one thing, first we had to make some space otherwise we got ...
rm: cannot remove : No space left on device
First since is was a dev system and holidays anyways I stop ASM and the databases ...After cleaning up some space we could to following ... cd $GRID_HOME/rdbms/audit find . > /tmp/rm_audit remove the first line of that file ... cat rm_audit | xargs -l 100 rm and then slowly the space was given back... now time to change the check interval to something more reasonable since it was checking each second .... and thus generating an audit file each second or 86400 each day
to view all the parameters
crsctl stat res -p
for example on the ASM instance following parameters are set.
I had a blast at UKOUG, I met plenty of friends, finally could place a face on an avatar and had my first talk ever, in short lots of emotions and the quality of the sessions was very very high. I helped with RAC attack and was glad to see that plenty of people have now RAC running on their laptop.
I enjoyed my good friend Iloon's session about the APEX listener. Joel Goodman on the picture here under chaired the session.
My talk it self went fine, had a good interaction with the audience and got some good questions, Solaris and LDOMs are certainly not dead, i think it just started for them as Bjoern Rost's session about a customer moving from Linux to Solaris showed, which was a great session BTW he really is a gifted speaker.
It was not only my first time but also Jan Karremans' first conference talk, he really did a good job he was up at 8:30 wednesday. I really enjoyed his session
Finally I got to meet Osama Mustaffa and Uwe Hesse face to face, two great guys, I feel like I have two friends, you guys rock
Thank you Iloon , Joel , Oyvind Isene, Sally-Ann, Peter Raganitsch, Uwe, Bjoern, Osama,Gert Poel, Jan, Frits Hoogland (without you I was still at the train station ;) you made UKOUG something not to forget soon !!!
Apart from UKOUG and running in parallel there was also Oak Table World, with great speakers, I went to two presentations over there :
Apex for Dba's
Hadoop for Dba's
both very interesting
The jumping Rac Attack Guys ( + plenty of others that came later)
I now have to keep my promise to the attendees of my session to put a blog article online about the performance of different SPARC processor and the impact of virtual I/O
Also a big thank you to Kevin Closson father of SLOB, thank you for this great tool, it helped me a lot and is standard in my tool.
Today was the last day of a the ougnvarseminar2013, this was my 2 nd seminar , my first being oracle openworld last year. I had a marvellous time in Oslo and on the boat between Olso and Kiel, there are at least 12 reasons for that :
presentations about new upcoming version n.m R1 ;-)
I had a lot of eye-openers and have lots of inspiration for new things really i can highly recommend you this seminar, the sessions were on par with the speakers.
Thank you oyvind isene (@OyvindIsene for the twitterati) for the hospitality and letting me know about this great conference.
Thank you ougn board for all the work you've put in this, for me it was worth it
Thank you @johnnyq72 aka Mr. DbVisit or Jan for the friends, for the insights you gave me in the various DbVisit products and the great time we spend together.
Thank you Iloon Ellen for the great talks we had
Thank you Joel Goodman for the lessons in Oracle you taught and more importantly the lessons in life you taught me, never thought this would be possible in such a short timespan.
here some impressions which fall completely into nothing with the real thing