Deploying Oracle9i RAC on eServer Cluster 1600 with GPFS



Deploying Oracle9i RAC on eServer Cluster 1600 with GPFS
IBM | October 2003 | ISBN: N/A | Pages: 266 | 3.9mb

This IBM Redbooks publication explores the steps for installing Oracle 9i RAC in an IBM eServer Cluster 1600. GPFS is implemented in the Cluster as the file system of choice for Oracle code and database files.
Performance and availability considerations are presented to show system architects, system administrators, and database administrators how to implement various features of a high performance, high availability database cluster environment.
This book also presents a set of high availability tests and scenarios to help in considering these aspects in the planning and implementation phases.

Table of contents
Chapter 1. Introduction
Chapter 2. Typical Oracle9i RAC configurations
Chapter 3. Planning and implementation
Chapter 4. Oracle9i RAC installation and configuration
Chapter 5. Implementing RAC over GPFS
Chapter 6. High availability test scenarios
Appendix A. Operating system fileset levels
Appendix B. Troubleshooting
Appendix C. HACMP cluster configuration output
Appendix D. Oracle9i RAC configuration files and sample scripts
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