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Migrate database to ASM disks.

Posted on 2016-11-09
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Hi,

  I need to migrate a database to ASM.

 Can anyone send me the steps or any documentation i can use for the migration  to ASM. ?   -  I am lost, do not know where to start.

 Can it be done using Oracle Cloud Control ?

Regards,

 Joe Echavarria
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Below mentioned link has detailed explanation of steps, I hope you find it useful

https://orasteps.wordpress.com/2013/04/23/migration-of-non-asm-11g-database-to-asm/
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