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Anand left a comment for Murali Vallath
"Thankyou for the response, sir.Its a 10gR2 database where the output of ls takes time to display in asmcmd. Anand"
Aug 14, 2009
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"are you seeing a difference between SQLPLUS information from ASM vs ASMCMD? What is the version of ASM you are using? 10gR2?"
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"Hi Murali Sir, I wanted to ask a question regarding ASM,which had to asked to me but i am not sure with the answer.The question is below:- "I have configured ASM, I went inside asmcmd, when I type ls it takes so much time to display the dir…"
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"Hi Sir, Thanks for the response.I forgot to update you that i got it in SPAM, not in the inbox.Once again, thanks sir. Regards, Anand"
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At 6:53pm on August 14, 2009, Murali Vallath said…
are you seeing a difference between SQLPLUS information from ASM vs ASMCMD? What is the version of ASM you are using? 10gR2?
At 3:47am on August 9, 2009, Murali Vallath said…
Hi Anand

Not sure why you are facing difficulties getting emails. I just checked registering myself and it worked. Also we have about 30 people already registered.

Can you check your email, address etc? All columns are important and none can be ignored
At 10:23am on June 24, 2009, Murali Vallath said…
Hi Anand

I will check on why you have not received a response, you should hear back soon.

Sorry for the inconvienece.
At 9:43pm on February 22, 2009, adeel said…
hey Sir thnks for add me as a friend. you often help on OTN i'm with nick Oracle Student. did you remember???
At 7:01am on January 23, 2009, Sowbhagya NagayaSAMY.r said…
NICE guy!
At 9:47am on December 26, 2008, Aman Sharma said…
good to put a face over otn handle :-).
At 8:55pm on December 22, 2008, Navneet said…
learning going good and what about you?
At 10:49am on December 22, 2008, Surachart Opun said…
Hope you have a nice time...
I never go there...

Nice!
At 5:00am on December 22, 2008, Navneet said…
Hi Anand..How r u?
I am Navneet ..Oracle DBA
At 6:51pm on December 21, 2008, Surachart Opun said…
How about Mumbai?

take care yourself
 
 
 

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