Index

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A

Advanced
configuration type, 2.2, 2.2.2
architecture
Optimal Flexible Architecture (OFA), 2.4
archive logs
destinations, converting to cluster database, F.2
ASM
upgrades of, 1.1.4
Automatic Storage Management (ASM)
removing an instance, 7.4.3.1
automatic undo management, 6.4

B

backups
and converting to cluster database, F.2

C

cluster database
installed configuration, 6.3.1
Cluster Manager
ports, ranges and protocol, C.3
Cluster Synchronization Services (CSS)
ports, ranges and protocol, C.3
removing, 7.2
Cluster Verification Utility
DBCA database creation stage readiness check, 3.3
verifying readiness for database installation, 2.1
CLUSTER_DATABASE_INSTANCES, 3.4
clusterware diagnostics, A.1.3
commands
emca, 4.2.2
components
created when using DBCA, 6.3
configuration assistants
troubleshooting, A.7
configuration types
Advanced, 2.2
Data Warehouse, 2.2
General Purpose, 2.2
Transaction Processing, 2.2
connection load balancing, 6.6
Connection Manager
ports, ranges and protocol, C.3
control file
installed configuration, 6.3.2
control files, 1.4.2
described, 6.3.2
convert to cluster database
administrative considerations, F.2
from non-cluster system, F.3.1
from single-instance, F.3.2
from single-instance to Oracle Real Application Clusters, F
post-conversion, F.4
to Oracle Real Application Clusters from single-instance Oracle databases, F
converting
from single-instance to Real Application Clusters, D
to Oracle Real Application Clusters from single-instance Oracle databases, D
Country Code, 1.4.4
country codes, G
create database
using scripts, D.1
creating
Oracle Real Application Clusters database
with Database Configuration Assistant, 2.4, 3.1, 3.4
cross-node registration, 6.6
Customer Configuration Repository. See Oracle Configuration Manager

D

data files, 1.4.2
and DBCA, 6.3.1
described, 6.3.1
Data Warehouse
configuration type, 2.2
database
components, created when using DBCA, 6.3
Database Configuration Assistant
ASM Disk Groups page, 3.4
components created by, 6.3
control files, 6.3.2
creating Oracle Real Application Clusters database
after installation, 3.4
during installation, 2.4, 3.1
data files, 6.3.1
deleting databases with, 3.6
deleting Real Application Clusters databases, 3.6
initialization parameter files, 6.5
List of Cluster Databases page, 3.6
Operations page, 3.6
Recovery Configuration page, 3.4
redo log files, 6.3.3
rollback segments, 6.4
Summary dialog, 3.6
tablespaces, 6.3.1
using, 3.1
Welcome page, 3.4, 3.4
database configuration type
selecting, 2.2
database creation using scripts, D.1
database directory, E.2
DB_NAME, 3.4
DB_UNIQUE_NAME, 3.4
initialization parameters, 3.4
DBCA
delete database, 3.6
dedicated servers, 6.6
de-install Oracle Database software, 2.8.1
delete database with DBCA, 3.6
deprecated features
service management, 2.4
diagnostics, A.1.3
directory objects, 4.1.4
directory structure, E
Windows, E.2
domain user, 2.1.1, 3.3, A.1.1

E

Environment Variables page
Windows, 2.7
error messages
Real Application Clusters management tools, A.1.2
errors
configuration assistants, A.7
installation, A.4, A.7.2
silent mode, A.5
external files, 4.1.4
external tables, 4.1.4

F

failover
and service registration, 6.6
fatal errors, A.7.2
features, new, Preface
files
Oracle Universal Installer log files, A.4

G

General Purpose
configuration type, 2.2
globalization
support for, 2.2.2

I

initialization parameter files, 6.5
for instances, 5.1
listener parameters, 6.7.1
initialization parameters
CLUSTER_DATABASE_INSTANCES, 3.4
DB_NAME, 3.4
DISPATCHERS, 6.6
LOCAL_LISTENER, 6.6
REMOTE_LISTENER, 6.6, 6.8
installActions.log file, A.4
installation
and globalization, 2.2.2
cannot select a node, A.1.1
directory structure, E
errors
log session, A.4
while configuration assistant runs, A.7.2
listener.ora file, 6.7.3
log files, A.4
non-interactive, D.1
noninteractive mode error handling, A.5
of additional products after installation is completed, 3.4
Oracle Configuration Manager, 2.3
response files
errors, A.5
reviewing a log of an installation session, A.4
silent mode error handling, A.5
tnsnames.ora file, 6.8
verifying shared storage devices, 3.4
installCCRSQL.exe, A.6
installCCRSQL.sh, H.1
instances
initialization parameter files, 5.1

L

language
choosing different languages, 2.2.2
See globalization., 1.1.5
language support and installation, 2.2.2
List of Cluster Databases page, 3.6
listener
automatic migration from 10.1 to 10.2, 3.5
local, 6.6
registration, 6.7.3.1
listener.ora file, 6.7.3
configuring, 6.7
default configuration, 6.7.3
listeners
listener.ora file, 6.7.3
load balancing
and service registration, 6.6
local administrative user, 2.1.1, A.1.1
local listener, 6.6
localization
and installation, 2.2.2
log files, A.4
reviewing an installation session, A.4
troubleshooting, A.4

M

My Oracle Support
check before installation, 1.1.1
Oracle patches, 4.1.2
My Oracle Support User Name, 1.4.4

N

Net Configuration Assistant (NetCA)
troubleshooting, A.7
net service names, 6.8
network configuration files
listener.ora, 6.7.3
sqlnet.ora, 6.9
tnsnames.ora, 6.8
network directory, E.2
new features, Preface
node
cannot select during installation, A.1.1
unreachable, A.1.1
node timestamp, A.1.1
noninteractive mode
error handling, A.5

O

OCR
installed configuration, 6.2
OCR contents, 6.2
olsnodes command, A.1.3
online help
not working, A.9
Optimal Flexible Architecture (OFA), 2.4
ora_dba group, A.1.1
Oracle Cluster Registry port, C.3
Oracle Clusterware
ports, ranges and protocol, C.3
upgrades of, 1.1.4
Oracle Configuration Manager
information needed to enable, 2.3
installing, Preface
overview, Preface, Preface
troubleshooting, H.1
uninstalling, H.2
Oracle Data Guard
ports, ranges and protocol, C.3
Oracle Database
upgrades of, 1.1.4
Oracle Database Configuration Assistant (DBCA)
troubleshooting, A.7
Oracle Database Upgrade Assistant, 3.5
Oracle E-Business Suite, 4.2.3.1, 7.1, H.2
Oracle Enterprise Management Agent
ports
changing, C.4
ranges and protocol, C.3
Oracle Enterprise Manager
Database Control, 4.2.2
post-installation configuration, 4.2.1
Oracle Enterprise Manager Database Console
ports
changing, C.5
Oracle Enterprise Manager Database Control
ports
ranges and protocol, C.3
Oracle Event Manager
ports, ranges and protocol, C.3
Oracle Real Application Clusters (RAC)
ports, ranges and protocol, C.3
Oracle Real Application Testing, Preface
Oracle Services for Microsoft Transaction Server
ports
ranges and protocol, C.3
Oracle services, stopping, 7.4.1
Oracle SQL*Net Listener
ports
ranges and protocol, C.3
Oracle Universal Installer
Welcome page, 2.6
Oracle Universal Installer (OUI)
log files, A.4
removing components, 7.4
removing components with, 7.4.2
Oracle XML DB
ports
changing, C.6
ranges and protocol, C.3
OUI
node not visible, A.1.1

P

parameter file search order, 5.3
parameters
initialization, 5
patches
download, 4.1.2
install, 4.1.2
My Oracle Support, 4.1.2
portlist.ini file, C.2
ports
access URLs, C.2
Cluster Manager, ranges and protocol, C.3
Cluster Synchronization Services, ranges and protocol, C.3
configured for applications, C.2
Connection Manager, ranges and protocol, C.3
default ranges, C
Oracle Cluster Registry, C.3
Oracle Clusterware, ranges and protocol, C.3
Oracle Data Guard, ranges and protocol, C.3
Oracle Enterprise Management Agent
changing, C.4
ranges and protocol, C.3
Oracle Enterprise Manager Database Console
changing, C.5
Oracle Enterprise Manager Database Control
ranges and protocol, C.3
Oracle Event Manager, ranges and protocol, C.3
Oracle Real Application Clusters (RAC), ranges and protocol, C.3
Oracle Services for Microsoft Transaction Server, ranges and protocol, C.3
Oracle SQL*Net Listener
ranges and protocol, C.3
Oracle XML DB
changing, C.6
ranges and protocol, C.3
post-installation
Oracle Enterprise Manager configuration, 4.2.1
patch download and install, 4.1.2
product configuration, 4.1.3
preconfigured database installation types, 2.2.1
pre-installation
raw device creation, 6.3.1

R

raw devices
identifying on Windows
db_name_indx1 symbolic link, 6.3.1
db_name_rbs1 symbolic link, 6.3.1
db_name_redo thread_number symbolic link, 6.3.1
db_name_spfile1 symbolic link, 6.3.1
db_name_system1 symbolic link, 6.3.1
db_name_temp1 symbolic link, 6.3.1
db_name_users1 symbolic link, 6.3.1
identifying on Windows, undotbs1 and undotbs2 symbolic links, 6.3.1, 6.3.1
setting up, 6.3.1
RBS tablespace
description, 6.3.1
readme.txt file, C.2
Real Application Clusters
databases, deleting, 3.6
installed components of, 1.4.2
management tools error messages, A.1.2
overview, 3, 6
raw device setup, 6.3.1
redo log file
installed configuration, 6.3.3
redo log files, 1.4.2
described, 6.3.3
registration
cross-node, 6.6
removing
Automatic Storage Management instance, 7.4.3.1
components manually, 7.4.3
components with Oracle Universal Installer, 7.4
response files
error handling, A.5
rollback segments
described, 6.4

S

scripts to create an Oracle Real Application Clusters database, D.1
server parameter files, 1.4.2, 5, 5.2, 6.5
errors, 5.4
service registration
configuring, 6.6
shared configuration file, 6.2
shared server, 6.6
shared storage devices
verification, 3.4
silent mode
error handling, A.5
errors, A.5
SPFILE
default creation, 5.2
default location, 5.2.1
managing on ASM, 5.2.1
managing on raw device, 5.2.1
sqlnet.ora file, 6.9
default configuration, 6.9
srvm\admin directory, E.2
Summary dialog, 3.6
SYS, 4.2.3
SYSDBA login, A.1.1
SYSTEM tablespace
description, 6.3.1
system variables dialog
Windows, 2.7

T

tablespaces
and DBCA, 6.3.1
expanding for large sorts, 6.3.1
RBS, 6.3.1
SYSTEM, 6.3.1
TEMP, 6.3.1
undo tablespaces for automatic undo management, 6.3.1
USERS, 6.3.1
TEMP tablespace
described, 6.3.1
timestamp
on each node, A.1.1
tnsnames.ora file, 6.8
default configuration, 6.8
Transaction Processing
configuration type, 2.2
troubleshooting
fatal errors, A.7.2
Inventory log files, A.4
online help not working, A.9

U

undo management, 6.4
unreachable node, A.1.1
upgrade
of existing Oracle Databases, 3.5
of listener, 3.5
upgrades, 1.1.4
USERS tablespace
described, 6.3.1

V

VIP, 1.2.2
virtual IP.See VIP

W

Welcome page
Oracle Universal Installer, 2.6
Windows
minimum memory installation, 2.7
system variables dialog, 2.7
Windows Environment Variables page, 2.7
Windows Server 2008, Preface, 2, 2.8, 2.8.1