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OPTIMAL FLEXIBLE ARCHITECTURE (OFA)

OPTIMAL FLEXIBLE ARCHITECTURE (OFA)

  1. Reading and writing to a hard disk will be done with the help of I/O header.
  2. For a hard disk there will be only one I/O header exists.
  3. As per OFA, oracle recommends to store all the physical files separately in different hard drives.
  4. In such case, different I/O headers will be working for different hard drives thereby increasing database performance.
  5. If not possible, at least we should separate redo log files, archive log files and control files from data files.
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