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SubjectRe: ORACLE and 2.4-test10


Alan Cox wrote:
>
> > performance, so we came up with something called direct FS, a separate
> > File System interface just for Oracle. The SOSD layer inside of Oracle
>
> Yeah but you see thats ugly
>
> > In NetWare, directFS was little more than a "raw" interface that
> > bypassed the file cache. It would be like having an API to a direct
> > physical file system that never cached data in the buffer cache. In
>
> Its called O_DIRECT and kiovecs. Its already there. Much more generic than
> an 'oraclefs'

Then they should have what they need. If they have an SOSD plugin, no
reason
it shouldn't run.

8)

Jeff

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