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Best Practices For Running Oracle Database On XtremIO X2

Summary DEllEMC’s XtremIO has simple, easy-to-use management. The XtremIO Management Server (XMS) delivers an HTML5 user interface that is a simple and easy-to-use interface for storage administrators. XMS allows storage administrators the ability to provisions storage with very little setup and planning. Hope this post is helpful to […]

Linux – Configure iSCSI Initiator

This blog is not to explain what is iSCSI but rather a reference to steps which an administrator should follow for configuring iSCSI on their Linux host (CentOS in my case) Prerequisites Make sure Linux host has IP connectivity to storage appliance which is acting as iSCSI target […]

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