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  1. #1
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    Unanswered: How to create a Oracle volume?

    Hi,

    I did lots of search and cannot find anything relevant. After I create a new Oracle database instance, I am wondering how I can create a volume?

    regards,

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    >How to create a Oracle volume?
    What is an "oracle volume"?
    I suggest your read the fine Concepts Guide found at http://tahiti.oracle.com
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    Maybe I am not making myself clear.

    I am installing some product that requires a new Oracle instance, and it also askes to create a new volume for Oracle data. I read though the whole product doc and did not find anything about it. So I guess this is a Oracle term.

    The only thing I found on the web is logical volume manager. Does Oracle have such concept?

    regards,

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    What is the name of this "some product"? Could you post a screenshot here, so that we could better understand what you are required to do?

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    My guess is that the documentation is asking the user to create a directory/folder for the data files...
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    "Volume" is not a term routinely used in the Oracle documentation. I've never heard of an "Oracle volume".

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