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Operating Systems Solaris DAX fallbacks
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Old 07-26-2018
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Hi,

could you explain what DAX fallbacks mean in detail and how to avoid them? Or is it ok to have fallbacks?

Unfortunately googling does not help...



MANpage says: fallbacks == Number of commands completed by the software, which DAX could not complete



OK, but why and what does it mean for the DB?



Running RAC on M7 with InMemory:

1st node=DAX commands 35.608.411 with 18 fallbacks

2nd node=DAX commands 63.563.607 with 2.656.188 fallbacks



Is it just a bad day for the second node? Any ideas how I could dig deeper at OS or DB level?



Thanks in advance and regards

- Martin

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