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If you do not press the ATTN buttons, then the flash disk will not be detected by the operating system. [INFO ] Size of system block device /dev/sda: 4193GB [INFO ] Last partition on /dev/sda ends on: 1797GB [INFO ] Unused space detected on the system block device: /dev/sda [INFO ] Label of partition table on /dev/sda: gpt [INFO ] Adjust the partition table to use all of the space on /dev/sda [INFO ] Respond to the following prompt by typing 'F' Warning: Not all of the space available to /dev/sda appears to be used, you can fix the GPT to use all of the space (an extra 4679680000 blocks) or continue with the current setting? Model: LSI MR9361-8i (scsi) Disk /dev/sda: 4193GB Sector size (logical/physical): 512B/512B Partition Table: gpt Number Start End Size File system Name Flags 1 32.8k B 537MB 537MB ext4 primary boot 2 537MB 123GB 122GB primary lvm 3 123GB 1690GB 1567GB primary 4 1690GB 1797GB 107GB primary lvm [INFO ] Check for Linux with inactive DOM0 system disk [INFO ] Valid Linux with inactive DOM0 system disk is detected [INFO ] Number of partitions on the system device /dev/sda: 4 [INFO ] Higher partition number on the system device /dev/sda: 4 [INFO ] Last sector on the system device /dev/sda: 8189440000 [INFO ] End sector of the last partition on the system device /dev/sda: 3509759000 [INFO ] Unmount /u01 from /dev/mapper/VGExa Db Ora-LVDb Ora1 [INFO ] Remove inactive system logical volume /dev/VGExa Db/LVDb Sys3 [INFO ] Remove xen files from /boot [INFO ] Remove logical volume /dev/VGExa Db Ora/LVDb Ora1 [INFO ] Remove volume group VGExa Db Ora [INFO ] Remove physical volume /dev/sda4 [INFO ] Remove partition /dev/sda4 [INFO ] Remove device /dev/sda4 [INFO ] Remove partition /dev/sda3 [INFO ] Remove device /dev/sda3 [INFO ] Create primary partition 3 using 240132160 8189439966 [INFO ] Set lvm flag for the primary partition 3 on device /dev/sda [INFO ] Add device /dev/sda3 [INFO ] Primary LVM partition /dev/sda3 has size 7949307807 sectors [INFO ] Create physical volume on partition /dev/sda3 [INFO ] LVM Physical Volume /dev/sda3 has size 3654340511 sectors [INFO ] Size of LVM physical volume less than size of device /dev/sda3 [INFO ] Remove LVM physical volume /dev/sda3 [INFO ] Reboot is required to apply the changes in the partition table Oracle Exadata database server X6-2 offers highly available copper 10G network on the motherboard, and an optical 10G network via a PCI card on slot 2.Model is ORACLE SERVER X6-2 Number of LSI controllers: 1 Physical disks found: 8 (252:0 252:1 252:2 252:3 252:4 252:5 252:6 252:7) Logical drives found: 1 Linux logical drive: 0 RAID Level for the Linux logical drive: 5 Physical disks in the Linux logical drive: 8 (252:0 252:1 252:2 252:3 252:4 252:5 252:6 252:7) Dedicated Hot Spares for the Linux logical drive: 0 Global Hot Spares: 0 Valid. Oracle offers an additional Ethernet card for customers that require additional connectivity.There is one virtual drive created across the RAID set.Oracle recommends verifying the status of the database server RAID devices to avoid possible performance impact, or an outage.

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(root) directory on the database servers that is triggered when file system utilization is high.

Deletion of files is triggered when file utilization is 80 percent, and an alert is sent before the deletion begins.

The alert includes the name of the directory, and space usage for the subdirectories.

When upgrading a database server that has a hot spare to Oracle Exadata Storage Server Software release 11.2.3.2.0 or later, the hot spare is removed, and added as an active drive to the RAID configuration.

The database servers have the same availability in terms of RAID 5 redundancy, and can survive the loss of one drive.

(root) directory on the database servers that is triggered when file system utilization is high.Deletion of files is triggered when file utilization is 80 percent, and an alert is sent before the deletion begins.The alert includes the name of the directory, and space usage for the subdirectories.When upgrading a database server that has a hot spare to Oracle Exadata Storage Server Software release 11.2.3.2.0 or later, the hot spare is removed, and added as an active drive to the RAID configuration.The database servers have the same availability in terms of RAID 5 redundancy, and can survive the loss of one drive.They are configured as one 6-disk RAID-5 with one global hot spare drive by default.