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A

action program
defined, 5.1
action scripts
xclock example, 5.4.1
action_script, 5.4
ACTION_SCRIPT attribute, 5.3.1.2
ACTIVE_PLACEMENT attribute, 5.3.1.2
administrative tools
overview and concepts, 1.4
alert messages
CRSD, F.8
Event Manager (EVM), F.8
log file location, F.8
application placement policies, 5.4.3
application profile attributes
overview, 5.1
summary of attributes, 5.3.1.2
application profiles
check_interval attribute, 5.3.1.2
applications
access and usage privileges, 5.1
action scripts timeout, 5.3.1.2
adding to OCR, 5.6.1
attributes described for, 5.1
command syntax in profiles, D.1.1
defining a virtual IP address, 1.6
highly available, 1.6, 5
managing with CRS commands, D.1
naming, 5.3.1.2
resource dependency, 5.1
resource entities, 5.1
responding to status changes, 5.1
scripts, 5.4
storing profiles in OCR, 5.1
template files for profiles, 5.1
TYPE attribute, 5.3.1.2
architecture, 1.1

B

background processes, 1.2.1, 1.2.2, 1.2.3
backups
voting disks, 2.1.1
balanced placement
application profiles, 5.3.1.2
benefits
of cloning Oracle Clusterware, 3.1
block devices
support for the OCR, 2.2.1
block-by-block checksum operation, E, F.12.2
booting
disabling Oracle Clusterware daemons, F.5

C

Cache Fusion
communication, C.2.4
changing VIP addresses, 2.3.1
check action
script timeout, 5.3.1.2
check entry point
resource action program, 5.3.1.2
check_interval attribute
crs_profile example, 5.4.1, 5.6.7, D.2.2.1
description, 5.3.1.2, 5.4
-o flag for crs_profile, D.2.2.1
checksum operation
block-by-block, E, F.12.2
client-side diagosability infrastructure (CRSD)
alerts, F.8
clone.pl script
environment variables, 3.3
clone.pl script variables, 3.3, 3.5
cloning, 1.5, 1.5, 3
benefits, 3.1
clone.pl script variables, 3.3, 3.5
creating Oracle Clusterware environments on Linux and UNIX, 3.2
CRS home, 3.3
CRS home to more nodes, 3.4
log files, 3.6
Oracle Clusterware, 3
preparation phase, 3.2
running orainstRoot.sh script, 3.3
running the CRS_home/root.sh script, 3.3
setting CRS home, 3.3
setting ORACLE_BASE, 3.3
setting ORACLE_HOME, 3.3
setting ORACLE_HOME_NAME, 3.3
clscrs_reslist resource list, D.4.1.4
CLSD-1009 message
resolving, 2.2.1.5
CLSD-1011 message
resolving, 2.2.1.5
cluster interconnect
Cache Fusion communication, C.2.4
changing private network addresses, 2.3.2
Cluster Manager (CSS)
log files, F.11
cluster node membership
managing with ocssd, 1.2.1
Cluster Ready Services (CRS)
debugging, F.3.1
resources managed, 1.1, 1.2.3
See Also Oracle Clusterware
Cluster Ready Services Control (CRSCTL)
see crsctl
Cluster Ready Services Daemon
log files, F.11
cluster resources
list of, 1.1, 1.2.3
cluster restart
upon ocssd failure, 1.2.1
cluster storage
recording with OCR, 1.1.2
Cluster Synchronization Services (CSS), 1.2.3
debugging, F.3.1
purpose, 1.2.3
Cluster Verification Utility (CVU)
commands, A
concepts, 1.3.2
installation requirements, A.2
known issues, A.5
nodelist shortcuts, A.3.3
online Help system, A.3.1
performing tests, A.4
use during cloning, 3.3
using, A
verbose mode, A.3.2
verifications
cluster integrity, A.4.7
connectivity, A.4.3
installation, A.4.6
node comparisons and, A.4.5
Oracle Clusterware component, A.4.8
storage, A.4.2
system requirements, A.4.1
user and permissions, A.4.4
CLUSTER_INTERCONNECT interface
specifying with OIFCFG, C.2.4
clusters
creating through cloning, 3.3
extending Oracle Clusterware to more nodes, 3.4
cluvfy comp nodecon -n all, 2.3.1
compatibility
clusterware, ASM, and database, 1.3.1
component parameter
supplying to crsctl commands, F.3.1
components
initialization file for debugging purposes, F.3.2
configurations
reinitializing the OCR, 2.2.4
storage in OCR, 5.1
configuring
nodes, 1.1.2
voting disks, 2.1
creating a new cluster
using cloning, 3.3
CRS commands, D.2
crs_getperm command, D.2.1
crs_profile command, D.2.2
crs_register command, D.2.3
permission required, D.1.2
crs_relocate command, D.2.4
permission required, D.1.2
crs_setperm command, D.2.5.1
crs_start command, D.2.7
permission required, D.1.2
crs_stat command, D.2.6
security and permissions, D.1.2
crs_stop command, D.2.8.1
permission required, D.1.2
crs_unregister command, D.2.9
permission required, D.1.2
overview, 5.2, D.1
permissions required, D.1.2
syntax, D.1.1
using, 5.6
write permissions required, D.1.2
CRS home, 3.3
cloning to another node in the cluster, 3.4
cloning to create a new cluster, 3.3
CRS_home, 1.3.2
CRS_home/root.sh script
cloning, 3.3
crs_postman script, 5.4
check_interval attribute, 5.4
optional_resources parameter, 5.4
required_resources parameter, 5.4
crsctl
checking the Oracle Clusterware status, 2.2.1.2
crsctl add resource command
add applications to OCR, 5.6.1
crsctl commands
component parameter, F.3.1
debug log, F.3.1
debugging_level parameter, F.3.1
disabling Oracle Clusterware daemons, F.5
enabling Oracle Clusterware, F.5
lsmodules, F.3.1
module_name parameter, F.3.1
overview, 1.4
startup and shutdown, F.4
crsd background process
alert messages, F.8
log files, F.11
purpose, 1.2.1
cruser program
Windows systems, 5.5.3
CSS
log files, F.11
cssd log files
location, F.11
CVU
See also Cluster Verification Utility (CVU)
CWADD6012|crs_register, D.2.3

D

daemons
oprocd, 1.2.3
starting Oracle Clusterware, F.5
dd command
backing up voting disks, 2.1.1
restoring voting disks, 2.1.2
debugging
CRS, CSS, and EVM modules, F.3.1
debugging_level parameter
supplying to crsctl commands, F.3.1
defining network interfaces
OIFCFG command-line interface, C
deleting Oracle Clusterware home, 4.2.2
delif command
OIFCFG command-line interface, C.2.5
dependencies
amongst resources, 5.1
DESCRIPTION attribute
application placement, 5.3.1.2
devices
OCR support for block, 2.2.1
diagcollection.pl script, F.7
diagnostics collection script, F.7
diagnostics data
collecting with the diagcollection.pl script, F.7
disabling Oracle Clusterware, F.5
Domain Name Service, 1.1.2

E

enabling debugging for the CRS, CSS, and EVM modules, F.3.1
enabling Oracle Clusterware daemons
starting Oracle Clusterware, F.5
environment variables
passed to the clone.pl script, 3.3
error messages
for management tools, G, H
Event Manager (EVM)
alert messages, F.8
daemon, 1.2.1
debugging, F.3.1
evmd background process, 1.2.1
log files, F.11
overview, 1.2.3
EVM
See Also Event Manager (EVM)
evmd background process, 1.2.1

F

FAILOVER_DELAY attribute, 5.3.1.2
application placement, 5.3.1.2
failure threshold, 5.3.1.2, 5.3.1.2
FAILURE_INTERVAL attribute, 5.3.1.2
application placement, 5.3.1.2
FAILURE_THRESHOLD attribute, 5.3.1.2
application placement, 5.3.1.2
failures
detecting, 5.3.1.2
tracking, 5.3.1.2
FAN server callouts
managing, 1.2.1
Fast Application Notification
see FAN
favored placement, 5.3.1.2
features, new, Preface

G

getif command
OIFCFG command-line interface, C.2.5
global interface
network interface stored as, C.2.3
Global Services Daemon (GSD)
set up during cloning, 3.3
Grid control
cloning Oracle Clusterware, 1.5
grid environment
cloning Oracle Clusterware in, 3

H

H.A.R.D.
implementing for the OCR, 2.2.5
hardware requirements, 1.1.1
high availability
and Oracle Clusterware, 1.2.3
application programming interface, 1.6
applications in Oracle Clusterware framework, 5
framework, 1.6
HOSTING_MEMBERS attribute, 5.3.1.2
application placement, 5.3.1.2

I

iflist command
OIFCFG command-line interface, C.2.5
importing
Oracle Cluster Registry (OCR), 2.2.4
initialization files
creating for the component level debugging, F.3.2
installation
introduction, 1.3
Oracle Clusterware, 1.3.2
installations
configuring voting disks, 2.1
Interconnects page
monitoring clusterware with Oracle Enterprise Manager, F.1
INVENTORY_LOCATION parameter
in clone.pl script, 3.5
IP address
installation requirements, 1.3.2
IP addresses
changing private, 2.3.2

L

Linux systems
cloning to create Oracle Clusterware environments, 3.2
Oracle Clusterware processes, 1.2.1, 1.2.1
listeners
cluster resource, 1.1, 1.2.3
in the OCR, 1.1.2
log files
for CSS, F.11
for EVM, F.11
for OCR, F.11
lsmodules parameter
on the crsctl command, F.3.1

M

managing applications
CRS commands, D.1
managing Oracle Clusterware
with CRSCTL, 1.4
mass deployment
cloning, 1.5, 3
membership
managing cluster nodes, 1.2.1
messages
errors for management tools, G, H
mirroring
Oracle Cluster Registry, 2.2.1
module_name parameter
supplying to crsctl commands, F.3.1
modules
CRS
debugging, F.3.1
CSS
debugging, F.3.1
EVM
debugging, F.3.1
OCR
debugging, F.3.1
monitors
oprocd process, 1.2.1
multiplexed OCR, 1.1.2
multiplexing
Oracle Cluster Registry, 1.1.2

N

NAME attribute, 5.3.1.2
application placement, 5.3.1.2
Network Attached (NAS) storage, 1.1.1
network interface
global, C.2.3
node-specific, C.2.3
OIFCFG syntax, C.2.4
network interfaces
defining with OIFCFG, C
types, C.2.4
updating subnet classification, C.1
new features, Preface
node application, 1.1.2
nodeapp, 1.1.2
nodes
connected to a private network, 1.1.2
deleting Oracle Clusterware home, 4.2.2
placement of application resources, 5.3.1.2
placement of resources, 5.3.1.2
restarting resources, 5.3.1.2
virtual IP addresses, 1.1.2
nodes that can host a resource, 5.3.1.2
node-specific interface
network interface stored as, C.2.3

O

OCR
See Oracle Cluster Registry (OCR)
troubleshooting, F.12.3
OCR (Oracle Cluster Registry)
OCRCHECK utility, E
OCRDUMP utility command examples, E
troubleshooting, E
viewing content with OCRDUMP, E
OCR configuration tool
see OCRCONFIG command
OCR records
log file location, F.11
OCRCHECK
diagnosing OCR problems with, 2.2.3
OCRCHECK utility
changing the amount of logging, E, F.12.2
log files, E, F.12.2
overview, E, F.12.2
sample output, E
OCRCONFIG command
overview and concepts, 1.4
OCRCONFIG utility
commands
-add, E
-backuploc, E
-delete, E
-downgrade, E
-export, E
-import, E
-manualbackup, E
-overwrite, E
-repair, E
-replace, E
-restore, E
-showbackup, E
-upgrade, E
log files, E, E
syntax, E
OCRDUMP utility
changing the amount of logging, E, F.12.1
command examples, E, F.12.1.2
commands, E
backup, E
diagnosing OCR problems with, 2.2.3, E, F.12.1
log files, E, F.12.1
sample output, E, F.12.1.3
syntax and options, E, F.12.1.1
SYSTEM.language key output, E, F.12.1.3
SYSTEM.version key output, E, F.12.1.3
ocr.loc file, 2.2.1
ocrlog.ini file
editing, E, E, F.12.1, F.12.2
ocssd
purpose, 1.2.1
ocssd background process, 1.2.1
failure, 1.2.1
OIFCFG command-line interface
commands, C.2.2
interface types, C.2.4, C.2.4
invoking, C.1
overview and concepts, 1.4, C
syntax, C.2.1
OLR (Oracle Local Registry)
viewing content with OCRDUMP, E
OLSNODES command
reference, B
operating systems
requirements for Oracle Clusterware, 1.1
OPMD, Oracle Process Manager Daemon, 1.2.2
OPROCD
location of log files, F.11
oprocd process
on Linux and UNIX systems, 1.2.1
See Also Oracle Process Monitor Daemon (OPROCD)
OPTIONAL_RESOURCES attribute, 5.3.1.2
optional_resources parameter, 5.4
ora prefix
naming Oracle resources, 5.2
Oracle Cluster Registry
contents, 2.2
sample output, F.12.2
troubleshooting, 2.2.3
Oracle Cluster Registry (OCR)
adding, 2.2.1, 2.2.1.1
adding applications, 5.6.1
application profiles, 5.1
backup and recovery, 2.2.2
common problems and solutions, F.12.3
debugging, F.3.1
diagnosing problems with OCRDUMP, 2.2.3
downgrading, 2.2.6
exporting, 2.2.4
implementing H.A.R.D., 2.2.5
importing
on Linux and UNIX systems, 2.2.4.1
on Windows systems, 2.2.4.2
installation, 1.3.2
log file location, F.11
log files, F.11
managing, 2.2
node applications set up during cloning, 3.3
OCRCHECK utility, F.12.2
ocrdump command examples, F.12.1.2
ocr.loc file, 2.2.1
overriding data loss protection mechanism, 2.2.1.5
recording cluster configuration information, 1.1
recording cluster storage, 1.1.2
redundancy, 1.3.2
removing, 2.2.1, 2.2.1.4
repairing, 2.2.1, 2.2.1.3
replacing, 2.2.1, 2.2.1.2
restoring
on Linux or UNIX systems, 2.2.2.2
on Windows systems, 2.2.2.3
using automatically generated OCR backups, 2.2.2.1
sample output, F.12.1.3
troubleshooting, F.12
upgrading, 2.2.6
viewing content with OCRDUMP, F.12.1
Oracle Clusterware
adding a home to a new node, 4.2.1
Cluster Ready Services (CRS) background process, 1.2.3
starting and stopping, F.4
Oracle Clusterware commands
See CRS commands
Oracle Clusterware home
adding, silent mode, 4.2.1.2
deleting from a failed node, 4.2.2.2
deleting manually, 4.2.2
Oracle Enterprise Manager
Cluster Database page, Preface
overview and concepts, 1.4
using the Interconnects page to monitor Oracle Clusterware, F.1
Oracle Interface Configuration tool
see OIFCFG
Oracle Notification Service (ONS)
purpose, 1.2.3
Oracle Notification Services (ONS)
set up during cloning, 3.3
Oracle Process Manager Daemon (OPMD), 1.2.2
Oracle Process Monitor Daemon (OPROCD)
log files, F.11
processes and services, 1.2.3
purpose, 1.2.3
See Also oprocd process
Oracle Real Application Clusters
overview of administration, 1
Oracle resources
creating with the SRVCTL utility, 5.4
Oracle Universal Installer
Oracle Clusterware installation, 1.3
ORACLE_BASE environment variable, 3.3
ORACLE_HOME environment variable, 3.3
ORACLE_HOME_NAME environment variable, 3.3
OracleCRService
purpose, 1.2.2
OracleCRSToken_user service
creating, 5.5.3
OracleCSService
purpose, 1.2.2
OracleEVMService
purpose, 1.2.2
OraFenceService
purpose, 1.2.2
orainstRoot.sh script, 3.3

P

permissions
CRS commands, D.1.2
listing for a resource with crs_getperm, D.2.1
required for CRS commands, D.1.2
phases
cloning preparation, 3.2
PLACEMENT attribute, 5.3.1.2
placement of a resource, 5.3.1.2
private interconnects
connecting nodes, 1.1.2
private network address
changing, 2.3.2
private network addresses
changing the network interface for, 2.3.2
private network IP address
change when a new subnet is used, 2.3.2
on one node
IP addresses, 2.3.2
privileges
for applications, 5.1
PRKO-2117 error message, 2.3.1
process manager daemon, OPMD, 1.2.2
process monitor
oprocd process, 1.2.1
profiles
templates for applications, 5.1
public interface
specifying with OIFCFG, C.2.4

R

RACG
purpose, 1.2.3
racgevt process, 1.2.1
recording cluster configuration information, 1.1
recording node membership information
voting disk, 1.1
redundancy
OCR, 1.3.2
voting disk, 1.1.2, 1.3.2
REQUIRED_RESOURCES attribute, 5.3.1.2
required_resources parameter, 5.4
resource file
application profile, 5.1
resource profiles
attributes, 5.3.1.1
resources
application profile, 5.1
attempts to restart, 5.3.1.2
check entry point, 5.3.1.2
defined, 5.1
delaying failover, 5.3.1.2
dependencies, 5.1
describing, 5.3.1.2
list of host nodes, 5.3.1.2
list of optional, 5.3.1.2
list of required resource names, 5.3.1.2
list operations, D.4.1.4
marking as unavailable, 5.3.1.2
naming, 5.2
operations, D.4.1.3
placement policy, 5.3.1.2
placement when restarting a cluster node, 5.3.1.2
required, 5.3.1.2
script to start and stop, 5.3.1.2
times restarted, 5.3.1.2
UPTIME_THRESHOLD attribute, 5.3.1.2
RESTART_ATTEMPTS attribute, 5.3.1.2
RESTART_COUNT attribute, 5.3.1.2
restoring
OCR, 2.2.4
restricted placement, 5.3.1.2

S

s_OcrVdskMirror1RetVal parameter
in clone.pl script, 3.5
s_VdskMirror2RetVal parameter
in clone.pl script, 3.5
s_votingdisklocation parameter
in clone.pl script, 3.5
scalability
adding nodes and instances, quick-start format, 4.2, 4.3, 4.3.1
SCRIPT_TIMEOUT attribute, 5.3.1.2
scripts
action_script, 5.4
ACTION_SCRIPT attribute, 5.3.1.2
CRS_home/root.sh, 3.3
crs_postman, 5.4
orainstRoot.sh, 3.3
security
CRS commands, D.1.2
Server Control (SRVCTL) utility
usage on Oracle resources, 5.4
Server Control Utility (SRVCTL), 1.1.2
overview and concepts, 1.4
servers
Oracle Clusterware requirements, 1.1
services
OracleCSService on Windows systems, 1.2.2
OracleEVMService on Windows systems, 1.2.2
OraFenceService on Windows systems, 1.2.2
setif command
OIFCFG command-line interface, C.2.5
shutdown
using crsctl commands, F.4
software requirements, 1.1.2
SRVCTL
see Server Control Utility (SRVCTL)
srvctl stop nodeapps command, 2.3.1
start action
timeout, 5.3.1.2
START_TIMEOUT attribute, 5.3.1.2
starting the OIFCFG interface, C.1
startup
using crsctl commands, F.4
status
application responsiveness to changes, 5.1
stop action
timeout, 5.3.1.2
STOP_TIMEOUT attribute, 5.3.1.2
storage
application profiles, 5.1
Storage Area Network (SAN) storage, 1.1.1
subnet
configuring for virtual IP address, 1.1.2
syntax
CRS commands, D.1.1
OCRDUMP utility, E, F.12.1.1
SYSTEM.language key
output, E, F.12.1.3
SYSTEM.version key
output, E, F.12.1.3

T

template files
for application profiles, 5.1
timeout
action programs, 5.3.1.2
start action, 5.3.1.2, 5.3.1.2
tracing
enabling for Oracle RAC high availability, F.13
troubleshooting
OCR, E, F.12.3
TYPE attribute, 5.3.1.2

U

UNIX systems
cloning to create Oracle Clusterware environments, 3.2
Oracle Clusterware processes, 1.2.1, 1.2.1
UPTIME_THRESHOLD attribute, 5.3.1.2
USR_ORA user-defined attribute names, 5.5.2

V

versions
compatibility for clusterware, ASM, and Oracle Database software, 1.3.1
VIP addresses, changing, 2.3.1
VIPCA utility, 1.1.2
Virtual Internet Protocol (VIP) address
changing, 2.3.1
Virtual IP (VIP)
set up during cloning, 3.3
virtual IP address, 1.3.2
defining for applications, 1.6
requirements, 1.1.2
voting disks, 1.1.2
administering, 2.1
backing up, 2.1.1
installing, 1.3.2
maximum number of, 1.1.2
recovering, 2.1.2

W

Windows crsuser program, 5.5.3
Windows systems
services for clusterware, 1.2.2
write permissions
required for CRS commands, D.1.2

X

xclock action script
example, 5.4.1