I'm looking for a way to have an IRIS db distributed over several (hw) drives. Without touching the internal data structures (e.g. mapping) ! Are there any options in file systems to achieve this "splitting" or "appending" ?
I'm almost running out of disk space so I want to move 1 DB to a different hard drive. It's a rather simple but lengthy action during a shutdown of IRIS. But is this somehow possible under runtime in a stand-alone installation? I'm looking for kind of a "local drive failover"
After running an extensive block of daily statistics my IRISTEMP has expanded dramatically. But FreeSpace shows 97% unused and FREE space. How can I shrink IRISTEMP in runtime without shutdown and manual intervention? (which was the traditional aproach)
Those of you that worked already with ECP might know that it operates not only across operating systems, processor technologies (big-little-endian), but also -with limits- across versions in C/E. This cross-version feature also includes IRIS (verified for 2020.1) and C/E (2018.3)