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Disk I/O Tuning
port is comprised of two fibers, the one that carries the
information into the port is called a receiver. The one that carries
information out of the port is called a transmitter. The Fibre
Channel standard supports two types of fibers—electrical wires (most
commonly copper) and optical strands. This pair of fibers or wires
is what we call a link.
purpose of the links is to carry the data frames between the nodes.
Each link in a Fibre Channel topology can handle multiple frame
types; this allows frame multiplexing. For example, a frame
containing TCP/IP information may be followed by a frame containing
SCSI followed by a frame containing some other protocol’s
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Oracle Disk I/O Tuning
Disk IO Performance & Optimization for Oracle
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