Note:The scripts generated by DBCA are for reference purposes only. Oracle strongly recommends that you use DBCA to create a database.
See Also:Oracle Universal Installer and OPatch User's Guide for detailed information about generating scripts
Start Database Configuration Assistant (DBCA) and select your preferred options to build the RAC database. Note: you must select the Custom Database template on the Database Templates page for DBCA to provide the script generation option.
On the Creation Options page of your DBCA session, deselect Create Database and select Generate Database Creation Scripts before you click Finish. You can accept the default destination directory for the scripts, or browse for a different location. In either case, you should note the path name for use in the next step.
See Also:Chapter 6, "Creating Oracle Real Application Clusters Databases with Database Configuration Assistant" for additional information about running a DBCA session
Navigate to the directory, which you noted in step 1, where DBCA created the scripts, and review the SQL scripts to ensure that they contain the statements to build a database with the characteristics you require. If they do not, then Oracle recommends that you rerun DBCA to create scripts with the desired configuration rather than editing the scripts yourself.
Set the initialization parameter,
cluster_database, to the value
TRUE in your SPFILE by issuing an
ALTER SYSTEM command, or by uncommenting it in your PFILE for each instance.
Configure Oracle Net Services to support your new database and instances as described in Chapter 9, "Understanding the Oracle Real Application Clusters Installed Configuration".
remote_listener parameters in your
SPFILE by issuing an
ALTER SYSTEM command, or by uncommenting it in your
PFILE for each instance.
SRVCTL to configure and start database and instance applications as described in Oracle Database Oracle Clusterware and Oracle Real Application Clusters Administration and Deployment Guide.
See Also:Oracle Universal Installer and OPatch User's Guide for additional information about creating and using scripts to install Oracle software with OUI