pete_usenet (AT) yahoo (DOT) com wrote:
Hi - |
We are interested in implementing grid manager on a single CPU system
to manage 20 - 30 DBs sometime during the next few months. For reasons
not related to grid management we want to station this small server a
few miles away from our DB servers at one of our other locations.
The connectivity to this other location is via a 1 Gbit network
connection (actually 10 100 Mbit links). There will be plenty of other
traffic on that link.
The question is how much network traffic will the new grid manager
system load up the network with?
Probably not enough to notice. But as with anything ... it depends.
The PDF located here http://download.oracle.com/oowsf2004/1243.pdf |
shows the minimum suggested connectivity between the DB servers and the
management repository is a 1 Gbit link. Our management repository and
our management server would be on the same modestly sized server. I
believe that the PDF came from an Oracle Open World 2004 presentation.
Q1 - Will we experience any problems locating the OEM grid control
Without knowing anything about the other traffic I'd not want to render
an opinion but the Grid Control does not seem to use a lot of bandwidth.
Q2 - Will the network traffic between the DB servers and the remote |
grid manager server be more than a small portion of our 1 Gbit link?
Most likely no.
Daniel A. Morgan
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