Oracle ASM不同版本单个磁盘与磁盘组容量限制

ASM 11.2版本:

ASM provides near unlimited capacity for future growth, but does have some storage limits.

For example, ASM has the following limits on the number of disk groups, disks, and files:

1.) 63 disk groups in a storage system

2.) 10,000 ASM disks in a storage system

3.) 1 million files for each disk group

 

Without any Oracle Exadata Storage, ASM has these storage limits:

 

1.) 2 terabytes (TB) maximum storage for each ASM disk

2.) 20 petabytes (PB) maximum for the storage system

With all Oracle Exadata Storage, ASM has these storage limits:

3.) 4 PB maximum storage for each ASM disk

4.) 40 exabytes (EB) maximum for the storage system

 

The maximum size limit of a disk group equals the maximum disk size multiplied by the maximum number of disks in a disk group (10,000).The maximum number of disks across all disk groups is 10,000. The 10,000 disks can be in

one disk group or distributed across a maximum of 63 disk groups. This is a limitation on the number of ASM disks, not necessarily the number of spindles. A storage array could group multiple spindles into a LUN that is used as a single ASM disk. However ASM is currently limited to 2 TB in a single disk unless using Oracle Exadata storage.

 

File size limits are dependent on the value of the disk group compatibility attributes. ASM supports file sizes greater than 128 TB in any redundancy mode when the COMPATIBLE.RDBMS disk group attribute is set greater than10.1. If COMPATIBLE.RDBMS is set to 10.1, the file size limits are less. For example, with COMPATIBLE.RDBMS equal to 10.1 and the AU size equal to 1 MB, ASM file size limits are:

 

1.) External redundancy: 16 TB

2.) Normal redundancy: 5.8 TB

3.) High redundancy: 3.9 TB

 

ASM 12.1 and later版本:

Oracle ASM provides near unlimited capacity for future growth, but does have some
storage limits.
Oracle ASM has the following limits on the number of disk groups, disks, and files:
• 511 disk groups in a storage system for Oracle Database 12c Release 1 or later
• 10,000 Oracle ASM disks in a disk group
• 65530 Oracle ASM disks in a storage system
• 1 million files for each disk group


Without any Oracle Exadata Storage

Oracle ASM has the following storage limits if
the COMPATIBLE.ASM or COMPATIBLE.RDBMS disk group attribute is set to less than 12.1:
• 2 terabytes (TB) maximum storage for each Oracle ASM disk
• 20 petabytes (PB) maximum for the storage system
 

Without any Oracle Exadata Storage

Oracle ASM has the following storage limits if
the COMPATIBLE.ASM and COMPATIBLE.RDBMS disk group attributes are set to 12.1 or
greater: 

• 4 PB maximum storage for each Oracle ASM disk with the allocation unit (AU) size
equal to 1 MB
• 8 PB maximum storage for each Oracle ASM disk with the AU size equal to 2 MB
• 16 PB maximum storage for each Oracle ASM disk with the AU size equal to 4 MB
• 32 PB maximum storage for each Oracle ASM disk with the AU size equal to 8 MB
• 320 exabytes (EB) maximum for the storage system


With all Oracle Exadata Storage

Oracle ASM has the following storage limits:
• 4 PB maximum storage for each Oracle ASM disk with the AU size equal to 1 MB
• 8 PB maximum storage for each Oracle ASM disk with the AU size equal to 2 MB
• 16 PB maximum storage for each Oracle ASM disk with the AU size equal to 4 MB
• 32 PB maximum storage for each Oracle ASM disk with the AU size equal to 8 MB
• 320 EB maximum for the storage system


The maximum size limit of a disk group equals the maximum disk size multiplied by
the maximum number of disks in a disk group (10,000).
The maximum number of disks across all disk groups is 10,000. The 10,000 disks can
be in one disk group or distributed across a maximum of 511 disk groups
. This is a
limitation on the number of Oracle ASM disks, not necessarily the number of spindles.
A storage array could group multiple spindles into a LUN that is used as a single
Oracle ASM disk.


File size limits are dependent on the value of the disk group compatibility attributes.
Oracle ASM supports file sizes greater than 128 TB in any redundancy mode when the
COMPATIBLE.RDBMS disk group attribute is set greater than 10.1
.


If COMPATIBLE.RDBMS is set to 10.1, the file size limits are less. For example, with
COMPATIBLE.RDBMS equal to 10.1 and the AU size equal to 1 MB, Oracle ASM file size
limits are:
• External redundancy: 16 TB
• Normal redundancy: 5.8 TB
• High redundancy: 3.9 TB 

 

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