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As oracle DBAs working on raw devices to create oracleOracle ASM diskgroups, we regularly use mknod to link devices.

The replies above were very helpful to me as we are not system admins. I Justjust wanted to point out that it might be rare from storage adminsadmins' point of view to use mknod but from oracleOracle ASM point of view its a common use. (mayMay be someone could come up with a batterbetter way for us?)

As oracle DBAs working on raw devices to create oracle ASM diskgroups, we regularly use mknod to link devices.

The replies above were very helpful to me as we are not system admins. I Just wanted to point out that it might be rare from storage admins point of view to use mknod but from oracle ASM point of view its a common use. (may be someone could come up with a batter way for us?)

As oracle DBAs working on raw devices to create Oracle ASM diskgroups, we regularly use mknod to link devices.

The replies above were very helpful to me as we are not system admins. I just wanted to point out that it might be rare from storage admins' point of view to use mknod but from Oracle ASM point of view its a common use. (May be someone could come up with a better way for us?)

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As oracle DBAs working on raw devices to create oracle ASM diskgroups, we regularly use mknod to link devices.  

The replies above were very helpful to me as we Iare not system admins. I Just wanted to point out that it might be rare from sotoragestorage admins point of view to use mknod but from oracle ASM point of view its a common use. (may be some onesomeone could come up with a batter way for us?)

As oracle DBAs working on raw devices to create oracle ASM diskgroups, we regularly use mknod to link devices.

The replies above were very helpful to me as we I not system admins. Just wanted to point out that it might be rare from sotorage admins point of view to use mknod but from oracle ASM point of view its a common use. (may be some one could come up with a batter way for us?)

As oracle DBAs working on raw devices to create oracle ASM diskgroups, we regularly use mknod to link devices.  

The replies above were very helpful to me as we are not system admins. I Just wanted to point out that it might be rare from storage admins point of view to use mknod but from oracle ASM point of view its a common use. (may be someone could come up with a batter way for us?)

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As oracle DBA'sDBAs working on raw devices to create oracle ASM diskgroups, we regularly use mknodmknod to link devices.

The replies above were very helpful to me as we I not system admins. Just wanted to point out that it might be rare from sotorage admins point of view to use mknodmknod but from oracle ASM point of view its a common use. (may be some one could comeupcome up with a batter way for us?)

Regards

Jay Jee

As oracle DBA's working on raw devices to create oracle ASM diskgroups, we regularly use mknod to link devices.

The replies above were very helpful to me as we I not system admins. Just wanted to point out that it might be rare from sotorage admins point of view to use mknod but from oracle ASM point of view its a common use. (may be some one could comeup with a batter way for us?)

Regards

Jay Jee

As oracle DBAs working on raw devices to create oracle ASM diskgroups, we regularly use mknod to link devices.

The replies above were very helpful to me as we I not system admins. Just wanted to point out that it might be rare from sotorage admins point of view to use mknod but from oracle ASM point of view its a common use. (may be some one could come up with a batter way for us?)

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