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Re: Archive Log / log_archive_dest [message #367970] Fri, 23 July 1999 09:39
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You can specify any valid directory for which the oracle software owner has write permissions. I.e., /export/home/oracle/SID/archlogs.
For performance and recovery reasons, you might want to avoid sticking everything in /u01, /u02, etc. I.e., put the cots in /oraserver on a different disk than /u01. If you have several disks, you can put the OS on one, oracle server on another, your oracle database on the next couple of disks, and archived log files on the last disk. This increases speed because you are using multiple drive heads and are avoiding contention. It also gives you peace of mind: if your database disk dies, you won't lose your archived log files.
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