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Oracle 11g book said "For pre-11g ASM instances, the default ASM compatibility and the client compatibility are each 10.1. For 11g ASM instances, the default ASM compatibility is 10.1 and the database compatibility is 10.1.

Why both are 10.1? is it because the book wrong?
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Never messed with ASM let alone mixing versions but I always defer to the docs for things like this:

http://download.oracle.com/docs/cd/B28359_01/server.111/b31107/asmdiskgrps.htm#CHDDIGBJ
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This looks like a good question for either the author of the book, or for Oracle Support.
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Not sure if the book is referring to 11gR1 but I've installed 11gR2 and my asm instance did not have compatibility parameter by default, but my database instance has 11.2.0.0.0 by default.

I guess the book may be less than accurate.

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