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Message Posted: Mon, 12 Jan 2004 @ 18:33:48 GMT


     
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Subj:   Nearline storage
 
From:   Kumaran Anantaraman

For the sake of this discussion, I am using the phrase 'nearline storage' to refer to the process/solution/technology for moving rarely-used data outside the DATABASE and to a cheaper storage system to alleviate database performance and to reduce (storage) costs. I am also assuming that such a technology/solution would make it transparent to an user i.e. when a query attempts to read the archived data, then automatic processes kick in to retrieve the data and respond to the query - thus the user only sees a delay in the response of his query.

Are these such solutions for Teradata? for Oracle?

If anyone has come up with a homegrown solution using Teradata's ARC utility, what have you done to automate it?


Any other thoughts are welcome.

Thanks.



     
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