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  • Sharing File System between SunOS Servers

    Posted by "" in "solaris" on 2008-06-27

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    Servers: Indapp001 and Usaapp002

    To do: To mount “/export/home” of Indapp001 on Usaapp002.

    Issue the following commands on Indapp001:
    1. Share the required file system “/export/home” of Indapp001.
    Start the nfs server on Indapp001.
    # svcadm enable network/nfs/server

    2. Share the “/export/home” of Indapp001 for everyone on the network.
    #share -F nfs -o rw -d “home dirs” /export/home

    Issue the following commands on Usaapp002:
    3. From Usaapp002 check which files are shared on Indapp001 for NFS mount.
    # showmount -e Indapp001
    export list for Indapp001:
    /export/home (everyone)

    4. Create mount point on Usaapp002 “t2”
    #mkdir /t2

    5. Mount file system of Indapp001 “/export/home” on Usaapp002
    # mount Indapp001:/export/home /t2

    6. Checked the mounted file system by issuing the “df -h” command:
    # df -h /t2
    Filesystem size used avail capacity Mounted on
    Indapp001:/export/home
    29G 3.1G 25G 11% /t2
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    2 Responses to “Sharing File System between SunOS Servers”

    1. syed ahmed says:

      briefly describe the file system and architecture of oracle 11i

    2. Rajat says:

      Hi ,

      pls check in the below website
      teachmeoracle.com/arch.html

      Broadly Oracle 11i has been divided into two parts application tier and database tier , we have three Oracle Home ,
      $ORACLE_HOME for oracle database
      $ORACLE_HOME in application for Tech steck, we
      have 8.0.6 oracle which FORMS and Reports use to get the database connectivity.
      $IAS_ORACLE_HOME Oracle Apache Home/web server, which will be used by Apache , web server.

      In Application Tier 3 imp file system :-
      we have $ORCALE_HOME
      $APPL_TOP Under this Dir we have all the configuration file including our context and .env file
      $COMMON_TOP Having ,All the important scripts
      $APPLLOG/$APPLCSF Log file dir ,
      all the modules executables are residing under his own top as eg,$PO_TOP
      and $AU_TOP
      There is lot more i ill keep on writting.

      In database We have only important Dir $ORACLE_HOME
      $ORACLE_HOME/appsutil which is having all the scripts.

      I have described very briefly , you need to go through document .

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