Tag Archives: hardware

Exadata V2 Battery Replacement

For some reason, I’ve been working on lots of Exadata V2 systems in the past few months.  One of the issues that I’ve been coming across for these clients is a failure in the battery that is used by the RAID controller.  It was originally expected for these batteries to last 2 years.  Unfortunately, there […]

Exadata Diskgroup Planning

As business has picked up since OpenWorld (didn’t think that was possible, but that’s another story for another day), we have been seeing more customers adopt or seriously look at Exadata as an option for new hardware implementations.  While many will complain that there isn’t enough room for customization in the rigid process of configuring […]