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Build Your Own Oracle RAC 10g Release 2 Cluster on Linux and FireWire

10 Jul

http://www.oracle.com/technology/pub/articles/hunter_rac10gr2.html#6

  1. Introduction
  2. Oracle RAC 10g Overview
  3. Shared-Storage Overview
  4. FireWire Technology
  5. Hardware & Costs
  6. Install the Linux Operating System
  7. Network Configuration
  8. Obtain & Install FireWire Modules
  9. Create “oracle” User and Directories
  10. Create Partitions on the Shared FireWire Storage Device
  11. Configure the Linux Servers for Oracle
  12. Configure the hangcheck-timer Kernel Module
  13. Configure RAC Nodes for Remote Access
  14. All Startup Commands for Each RAC Node
  15. Check RPM Packages for Oracle 10g Release 2
  16. Install & Configure Oracle Cluster File System (OCFS2)
  17. Install & Configure Automatic Storage Management (ASMLib 2.0)
  18. Download Oracle 10g RAC Software
  19. Install Oracle 10g Clusterware Software
  20. Install Oracle 10g Database Software
  21. Install Oracle10g Companion CD Software
  22. Create TNS Listener Process
  23. Create the Oracle Cluster Database
  24. Verify TNS Networking Files
  25. Create / Alter Tablespaces
  26. Verify the RAC Cluster & Database Configuration
  27. Starting / Stopping the Cluster
  28. Transparent Application Failover – (TAF)
  29. Conclusion
  30. Acknowledgements
Downloads for this guide:
CentOS Enterprise Linux 4.2
Oracle Cluster File System Release 2 – (1.2.3-1) – Single ProcessorSMPHugemem
Oracle Cluster File System Releaase 2 Tools – (1.2.1-1) – ToolsConsole
Oracle Database 10g Release 2 EE, Clusterware, Companion CD – (10.2.0.1.0)
Precompiled RHEL4 FireWire Modules – (2.6.9-22.EL)
ASMLib 2.0 Driver – (2.6.9-22.EL / 2.0.3-1) – Single ProcessorSMPHugemem
ASMLib 2.0 Library and Tools – (2.0.3-1) – Driver Support FilesUserspace Library
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