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Export dump files and stripe-sets

I was wondering if anyone has heard of problems with the Export
utility writing dump files on stripe-sets. I'm not sure if the
stripe-set is configured correctly or not, but everytime I place my
dump file on this set, I can't import it. I always get
errors/crashes. I appreciate your help.

Jul 19 '05 #1
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I think there must be something wrong with your striped volume. I write all
of my exp's to striped and mirrorred volumes (RAID 0+1) and never have any
problems. Most of my volumes are striped across three drives and mirrorred
with another 3-drive stripe in a separate disk array.

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