Oracle Database 12c on Oracle Linux 6 – Step 23: Create the FRA Disk Group

Part of this series of posts: Oracle Database 12c on Oracle Linux 6

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Open a terminal window (right-click the desktop and select Open Terminal).

Type the following command and press Enter.

. oraenv

At the ORACLE_SID = [ orcl] ? prompt type +ASM and press Enter.

Type the following command and press Enter.

asmca

Note:

. oraenv (period space oraenv, usually said dot space oraenv) is a command that sets your ORACLE_SID environment variable. If you run oraenv by itself (without the period and a space in front of it) then the command will run just fine. However, you’ll only set the ORACLE_SID for the duration of that single command. If you use the period space, then the change will persist for future commands.
You should get really used to typing . oraenv.

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It may take a while for the ASM Configuration Assistant to appear. When it does click Create.

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Enter FRA for the Disk Group Name, choose External (None) for Redundancy, check ASMDISK05 through ASMDISK08 and click OK.

Note:

We’re only choosing External (None) for Redundancy here so that our fast recovery area (FRA disk group) will be larger than our DATA disk group. Normally you’d want to stick with at least Normal redundancy for your FRA.

23-04

The disk group is created…

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Click OK.

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Click Exit.

23-07

Click Yes.

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Type the following command and press Enter.

exit

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