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zsysdba wrote:First, raise this in the Database forum, not the Linux forum. :)
What is the best way to express my dissatisfaction with this scenario and encourage the database team to start supporting UEK2 directly via the GI PSU quarterly process?
Secondly, open a Sev2 Priority 1 SR with the Database team stating you have to upgrade the kernel for security purposes and you need ACFS to work. That's about the best thing I can suggest. :)
Thanks Avi. I've re-posted in the High Availability » Automatic Storage Management forum.
UEK2 and ASM/ACFS shouldn't be so difficult
Edited by: rukbat on Feb 2, 2013 5:09 AM
Link to that new thread added by moderator.
That helps future readers follow the topic "wherever it may travel".
When there's an elephant in the room, why not introduce it? So, why not including the latest available ACFS module in the UEK kernel, similar to the oracleasm kernel driver?
Dude wrote:ACFS is not Open Source and cannot be included or distributed with any Linux kernel. The oracleasm kernel module however is GPL, and thus can be included and distributed with any Linux kernel.
So, why not including the latest available ACFS module in the UEK kernel, similar to the oracleasm kernel driver?