|Oracle® Fusion Middleware Disaster Recovery Guide
11g Release 1 (11.1.1)
Part Number E15250-02
This chapter describes common situations that you might encounter when deploying and managing Oracle Fusion Middleware in Disaster Recovery topologies, and explains the steps for addressing them. It contains the following topics:
This section describes common situations and steps to perform in Oracle Fusion Middleware configurations. It contains the following topics:
Many issues that may arise with your Disaster Recovery topology are caused by host name resolution not having been set up properly for the production site and standby site.
Make sure that host name resolution is set up properly by performing the host name validation steps in Section 220.127.116.11, "Testing the Host Name Resolution."
Some issues that may arise with a component in a Disaster Recovery topology are not Disaster Recovery issues, but rather are issues with the component itself.
If you encounter problems with an Oracle Fusion Middleware component used in a Disaster Recovery topology, check the Troubleshooting section in the Oracle Fusion Middleware High Availability Guide for that component to see if the problem is described there.
Similarly, if your Disaster Recovery topology is based on one or more of the enterprise deployments described in the following manuals and you encounter a problem, check the Troubleshooting section of that manual to see if the problem is described there:
Some problems that may arise with a component in your Disaster Recovery topology are not Disaster Recovery issues, but are issues associated with deploying the component on shared storage.
If you do not find any shared storage problems described in the manuals mentioned in Section 5.1.2, "Resolving Issues with Components in a Disaster Recovery Topology," then look for notes that describe shared storage problems in the Oracle Fusion Middleware Release Notes, available on the Oracle Technology Network at:
In case the information in the previous section is not sufficient, you can find more solutions on My Oracle Support (formerly Oracle MetaLink) at:
If you do not find a solution for your problem, log a service request.
You can also read the Oracle Fusion Middleware Release Notes, available on the Oracle Technology Network at: