shared application tier file system can reside on any type of shared disk resource. such as NFS mount.
Yes if you have internal disk you can share among the servers.
Check what is consuming the space in current shared disk.
Shared APPL_TOP FAQ (Doc ID 243880.1)
Thanks Shaik and ALL,
Currently we SAN storage.
It housed the shared disk which is in OCFS format and mounted as /u01.
This /u01 is already full and it is shared by three apps severs APPS_NODE1 , APPS_NODE2, APPS_NODE3.
The concurrent manager is in APPS_NODE3.
We still have FREE space in SAN but the format is ext3. We do not know how to add this ext3 disk to OCFS?
Is it possible to add this freespace ext3 to OCFS?
Another option is to mount this ext3 disk as /u02 NTFS, and move all contents of /u01.
Can I copy an OCFS file to a ext3 mounted disk?
Then I will umount /u01 and mount /u02 as /u01.
Are these action plan correct?
Please help how to resolve our disk full issue.
Can you just increase the size of your OCFS?
Can you add a new shared disk such as an NFS volume... possibly move some of the contents there...then softlink to it from your original /u01? (this would need to occur on all nodes)
Does the softlink target can be OCFS or can be ext3?