Using Discontiguous Shared Segments and XIP2 Filesystems With Oracle Database 10g on Linux for IBM System z

An IBM Redbooks publication

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Published on June 30, 2006

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ISBN-10: 0738495514
ISBN-13: 9780738495514
IBM Form #: SG24-7285-00


Authors: Lydia Parziale and Bruce Frank Tony Noto Barton Robinson Tom Russell

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    Abstract

    Linux on IBM System z offers many advantages to customers who rely on IBM mainframe systems to run their businesses. Linux on IBM System z takes advantage of the qualities of service in the IBM System z hardware and in z/VM - making it a robust industrial strength Linux. This provides an excellent platform for consolidating Oracle databases that exist in your enterprise.

    This IBM Redbooks publication describes our experiences in boosting performance and reducing memory requirements by using discontiguous saved segments (DCSS) and the execute in place (XIP2) filesystem technology.

    Table of Contents

    Chapter 1. DCSS and XIP2 overview

    Chapter 2. Putting the SNMP daemon into a DCSS

    Chapter 3. Using DCSS for Oracle

    Chapter 4. DCSS measurements

    Appendix A. ESALPS

    Appendix B. Scripts used to set up DCSS

     

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