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Scripted NetApp LUN Creation + Oracle ASM addition

I am constantly in new customer environments, setting up NetApp, Oracle RAC & ASM, NetApp SnapDrive, SnapManager for Oracle, etc on Linux…

While I know what I am doing in regards to storage and Oracle, most customers do not have a single point man (or woman) who knows all of these technologies and is the administrator to do day to day operations of them all. Also, when I have tried to teach the teams to do this, or if the DBA is in charge of all of these steps in a small environment, they typically get very confused when thinking about the relationship of the /dev/sd* and the multipath /dev/mapper/360* entries.

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Tip #2: Simplify creating NetApp luns/mounts with snapdrive (unix/linux)

NetApp’s snapdrive utility can help simplify out workflow, and reduce the amount of requests we get from the “Bob’s” of the world. This shows how you can do things like creating, presenting, formatting and mounting luns from your NetApp all with 1 command from the host!

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