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Cache Fusion for RAC on Exadata

One reader asks whether Cache Fusion for Oracle RAC is implemented differently on Oracle Exadata compared to other platforms.

Is the Cache Fusion for RAC implemented differently on Exadata as opposed to non-Exadata platforms?

No, Cache Fusion is exactly the same for Exadata as for any other RAC platform.  However, RAC on Exadata does use Infiniband for the private network used by Cache Fusion, so this may lead to optimization of performance in some cases.

 

This was last published in April 2011

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