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Oracle® Database 2 Day + Real Application Clusters Guide
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A

add instance, 9.5
Adding OCR locations, 5.5.1
Additional Real Application Clusters documentation, 1.1.3.1
additional Real Application Clusters documentation, 1.1.3
ADDM
See Automatic Database Diagnostic Monitor
affinity, 7.1.7
alert log, 8.5.4
all node patching, 10.4.1
archive logs, 6.3
backing up, 6.5.1, 6.5.2
deleting after backups, 6.5.2
instance access to, 6.3.2, 6.6.1
recovery, 6.6, 6.7.3
archiving
configuring, 6.3.1
enabling, 6.3.1
ASM
See Automatic Storage Management
Automatic Database Diagnostic Monitor (ADDM)
database findings, 8.1.1
description, 8.1.1
instance findings, 8.1.1
recommendations, 8.1.1
Automatic Storage Management (ASM)
file management, 1.3
managing, 4.5.2.1
mirroring, 1.3
operating system group requirements, 2.2.1
rebalancing, 1.3
striping, 1.3
use of, 2.1.1
use with Oracle RAC, 1.3

B

backups
archive logs, 6.3.2, 6.5.2
description of, 6.1
managing backups, 6.8
Oracle Cluster Registry (OCR), 5.4, 5.4.2
Oracle software, 10.3.2
parallelism, 6.5.1
performing using Enterprise Manager, 6.1, 6.5
privileges, 6.4
root.sh script, 3.5.5.1
settings, 6.4.1
storing in a flash recovery area, 6.2
viewing backup reports, 6.9
viewing OCR backups, 5.4.1
voting disks, 3.5.2, 5.2
block devices, 2.5.1
configuring partitions, 2.5.2
required partition sizes for Oracle Clusterware, 2.5.2
blocks
cache tranfers of, 8.1.3.2
cached, 1.2, 8.2.6
corrupt, 6.1
OCR format, 5.6.1
request latency, 8.1.3.2
undo, 4.5.1
buffer cache, 8.1.3.2

C

Cache Fusion
definition of, 1.2
mechanism, 8.1.3.2
client-side load balancing, 7.1.6.1
cluster database
adding a new node, 9
ADDM findings, 8.1.1
administration, 4
alert log, 8.5.4
alerts, 8.5.3
and ASM, 4.5.2
and the OCR
and the private interconnect, 2.1.2
archiving, 6.3.1
backing up, 6.1, 6.5
buffer cache, 8.1.3.2
comparison of Oracle RAC to single-instance, 1.2
configuring initialization parameters, 4.4.1
connecting to, 7.1.6
converting to, 3.6
creating during installation, 3.4
performance, 8
recovery, 6.1, 6.7.1
server parameter files, 4.4.3
starting and stopping, 4.3
topology, 8.3
undo tablespaces, 4.5.1
Cluster Ready Services (CRS), 1.4
checking daemon status, 8.5.1.3, 8.5.1.4
crsd.bin process, 5.2.1
Cluster Ready Services Control (CRSCTL)
checking the Oracle Clusterware status, 5.5.2
description of, 1.4
using to add and remove voting disks, 5.3
using to start Oracle Clusterware processes, 5.4.3.2
using to stop Oracle Clusterware processes, 5.4.3.2
using to troubleshoot Oracle Clusterware issues, 8.5.1.3
Cluster Synchronization Services (CSS), 1.4
checking daemon status, 8.5.1.3, 8.5.1.4
Cluster Verification Utility (CVU)
check postinstallation configuration, 9.2
check preinstallation configuration, 3.2.2, 9.1
description of, 1.4
location of trace files, 8.5.2.6
use by OUI, 3.5.1
verify node applications, 8.5.2.1
verifying network connectivity, 8.5.2.5
verifying OCR integrity, 5.4.3.2
connect descriptor, 7.1.6
connection load balancing, 7.1.6
goals, 7.1.6.2
connection pools, 7.1.7
control files
location, 2.1.1
parallelized backups, 6.5.1
converting single-instance databases to Oracle RAC, 3.6
prerequisites, 3.6.1
using Grid Control, 3.6.2
using rconfig, 3.6.3
CRS
See Cluster Ready Services
CRS_home
choosing, 2.5.5
CRSCTL
See Cluster Ready Services Control
CSS
See Cluster Synchronization Services
CVU
See Cluster Verification Utility

D

database
See cluster database
database findings, 8.1.1
Database Resource Manager, 7.1.2
terminology, 7.1.2
datafiles
location, 2.1.1
parallelized backups, 6.5.1
delete instance, 9.6
diagcollection.pl script, 8.5.1.4
documentation
Real Application Clusters, 1.1.3.1
domain name system, 2.3
DSA keys, 2.2.2

E

Enterprise Manager
alerts, 8.5.3
and OracleMetaLink, 10.1
Average Active Sessions chart, 8.1.3.3
backup and recovery, 6.1
backup reports, 6.9
Cluster Cache Coherency page, 8.2.1
Cluster Database page, 8.1
Cluster Database Performance page, 8.1.3
Cluster Host Load Average chart, 8.1.3.1
Cluster Managed Database Services page, 7.3.1.1
Database Locks page, 8.2.7
Database Throughput charts, 8.1.3.4
description of, 1.4
Global Cache Block Access Latency chart, 8.1.3.2
Instance Activity page, 8.2.5
Instances charts, 8.1.3.6
Patch wizard, 10.2
performing recovery, 6.7.1
Recovery wizard, 6.1, 6.6
refreshing the patch cache, 10.1.2
Services charts, 8.1.3.5
Top Consumers page, 8.2.2
Top Segments page, 8.2.6
Top Sessions page, 8.2.3
errata level, 2.1.3
erratum kernel
See errata level
event
FAN load balancing, 7.1.5
UP and DOWN, 7.1.4
use by FAN callouts, 7.1.4.1
wait, 7.3.2
Event Manager
checking daemon status, 8.5.1.4
Event Manager (EVM), 1.4
checking daemon status, 8.5.1.3
EVM
See Event Manager
external redundancy, 3.3

F

FAN
See Fast Application Notification
Fast Application Notification, 7.1.4
callouts, 7.1.4.1
events, 7.1.4
flash recovery area, 6.2
configuring, 6.2

G

General Parallel File System (GPFS), 2.5.1
Global Services Daemon (GSD), 1.4
GSD
See Global Services Daemon

H

hardware requirements, 2.2
high availability framework, 5.1

I

initialization parameters
INSTANCE_NUMBER, 4.4.1.2
ROLLBACK_SEGMENTS, 4.4.1.2
SERVICE_NAMES, 4.4.2.4
that must be identical on all instances, 4.4.1.1
that must be unique on all instances, 4.4.1.2
THREAD, 4.4.1.2
UNDO_MANAGEMENT, 4.4.1.2
UNDO_TABLESPACE, 4.4.1.2
instance
adding, 9.5
deleting, 9.6
instance findings, 8.1.1
instance management, 4.1
INSTANCE_NUMBER initialization parameter, 4.4.1.2
integrated clients, 7.1.5
interconnects, 2.1.2
definition of, 1.2

K

kernel parameters
configuring on Linux x86 operating system, 2.4.2

L

Linux x86 operating system
configuring kernel parameters, 2.4.2
listener
and client-side load balancing, 7.1.6.1
and server-side load balancing, 7.1.6.2
checking status of, 7.2.1
description of, 7.1.6
service registration, 4.4.2.4
load balancing
client-side, 7.1.6.1
connection goals, 7.1.6.2
definition of, 7.1.6
runtime connection, 7.1.7
server-side, 7.1.6.2
Load Balancing Advisory, 7.1.5, 7.1.7

M

membership
and the OCR, 2.1.1
memory requirements, 2.2
minimum downtime patching, 10.4.3

N

network adapters, 2.1.2
network file system (NFS), 2.5.1
and voting disks, 5.3
using for shared storage, 2.5.1
Network Time Protocol (NTP), 2.4.1
NFS
See network file system
nodeapps
definition of, 1.4
nodes
definition of, 1.2
eviction, 5.2
normal redundancy, 3.3

O

OCFS, 2.5.1
OCFS2, 2.5.1
OCR
See Oracle Cluster Registry
ocrcheck
description of, 5.6.1
using to verify status of the OCR, 5.4.3.1
ONS
See Oracle Notification Service
onsconfig, 9.2
OPatch
"Not a valid patch area" error, 10.6.3
partially installed patch, 10.6.4
preparing to use, 10.3
updating the cluster node list, 10.6.1
viewing log and trace files, 10.6.2
Oracle Cluster Registry (OCR)
backing up, 5.4, 5.4.2
changing the location of, 5.5.2
definition of, 2.1.1
definition of mirror, 2.5.2
mirroring the OCR, 5.5.1
multiplexing, 2.1.1
recovering, 5.4.3
recovering from export, 5.4.3.3
removing a mirror, 5.5.4
repairing, 5.5.3
restoring from backup, 5.4.3.2
status, 5.4.3.1
troubleshooting, 5.6
usage in Oracle RAC, 7.1.3
viewing backups of, 5.4.1
Oracle Clusterware
and process control, 5.1
monitoring using Enterprise Manager, 8.4.1
use of, 5.1
Oracle Flashback, 6.1
Oracle Net
configuration, 7.1.6
Oracle Notification Service (ONS), 1.4, 7.1.4
Oracle Real Application Clusters
high availability framework, 7.1.3
installation on different platforms, 1.4.1
overview of administration, 1, 3
patching, 3.5.3
Oracle Universal Installer (OUI)
database installation, 3.1, 3.1
description of, 1.4
Oracle Real Application Clusters installation, 3.1, 3.1
oracle user
creating, 2.2.1
description of, 2.2.1
modifying environment of, 2.2.4
ORACLE_BASE, 2.5.4
ORACLE_HOME, 3.1, 3.1
backing up, 10.3.2
oratab file, 3.4.2.1
OSASM group, 2.2.1
OUI
See Oracle Universal Installer

P

packages, 2.1.3
parallel recovery, 6.7.4
parameters
See initialization parameters
patch sets
applying, 10.5
definition of, 10
Patch wizard, 10.2
patches
all node patching method, 10.4.1
applying, 10.4
applying using Enterprise Manager, 10.2
definition of, 10
locating, 10.2
minimum downtime patching, 10.4.3
refreshing the Enterprise Manager patch cache, 10.1.2
rolling patching, 10.4.2
staging, 10.3.3
permissions file, 2.5.3
physical RAM requirements, 2.2
private interconnects
and Oracle Clusterware, 2.1.2

R

RAM requirements, 2.2
rconfig, 3.6
recovery
archive logs, 6.6, 6.7.3
database, 6.7.1
description of, 6.1
enabling archiving, 6.3.1
instance state during, 6.6.2
of OCR from an export, 5.4.3.3
Oracle Cluster Registry (OCR), 5.4.3
parallelism, 6.7.4
privileges, 6.4
restoring the OCR from backup, 5.4.3.2
server parameter file, 6.7.2
voting disks, 5.2.2
with Enterprise Manager, 6.1
Recovery Manager (RMAN)
channels, 6.5.1
parallelism and backups, 6.5.1
redo logs
location, 2.1.1
redundancy
external, 3.3
normal, 3.3, 5.1
requirements
hardware, 2.2
network, 2.1.2
software, 2.1.3
storage, 2.1.1
resource manager
See Database Resource Manager
ROLLBACK_SEGMENTS initialization parameter, 4.4.1.2
rolling patch method, 10.4.2
root.sh, 3.4.2.1, 3.5.5.1
RSA keys, 2.2.2
Runtime Connection Load Balancing
service-level goals, 7.1.5
Runtime connection load balancing, 7.1.7

S

secure shell
configuring, 2.2.2
Server Control (SRVCTL)
description of, 1.4
server parameter file, 4.4.3
description of, 4.4.1
recovery, 6.7.2
server-side load balancing, 7.1.6.2
SERVICE_NAMES initialization parameter, 4.4.2.4
services
administration, 7.3
available instance, 7.1.1.1
creating, 7.2
definition of, 7.1.1
failover, 7.1.1.1
performance-related thresholds, 7.3.2
preferred instance, 7.1.1.1
use with workload management, 7.1.1
using for database connections, 7.1.6
shared storage
supported types, 2.5.1
slice
See block devices, 2.5.2
software requirements
checking software requirements, 2.1.3
SPFILE
See server parameter file
SSH
See secure shell
swap space
requirements, 2.2
System Global Area (SGA), 8.1.3.2

T

tablespaces
undo, 4.5.1
temporary disk space
requirements, 2.2
THREAD initialization parameter, 4.4.1.2
tnsnames.ora file, 7.1.6, 7.1.6.1, 7.2.1
topology, 8.3
Troubleshooting
alert log messages, 8.5.4
interconnect settings, 8.5.2.5
Using Cluster Ready Services Control (CRSCTL), 8.5.1, 8.5.1.3
Using Cluster Verification Utility (cluvfy), 8.5.2
viewing cluster database alerts, 8.5.3

U

Udev, 2.5.3
undo segments, 4.5.1
UNDO_MANAGEMENT initialization parameter, 4.4.1.2
UNDO_TABLESPACE initialization parameter, 4.4.1.2
Universal Connection Pool (UCP), 7.1.7, 7.4.1.1
user equivalence, 2.2.3, 10.3.5

V

VIP
See Virtual IP
Virtual IP (VIP), 1.4
voting disks
adding and removing, 5.3
backing up, 3.5.2, 5.2
definition of, 2.1.1
multiple, 2.1.1
recovering, 5.2.2

W

wait events, 7.3.2
workload management, 7.1