|Oracle® Fail Safe Tutorial
Release 3.4.2 for Microsoft Windows
Part Number E14009-01
|PDF · Mobi · ePub|
Oracle Fail Safe supports a wide variety of high-availability business solutions on Windows clusters. Oracle Fail Safe support includes Oracle databases and all applications that can be configured as a Windows service.This guide provides step-by-step procedures to help you learn how to implement high-availability solutions with Oracle Fail Safe.
This guide is intended for anyone who wants to learn the basic operations of Oracle Fail Safe on Windows systems.
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In addition to this document, the Oracle Fail Safe documentation set includes the following:
Oracle Fail Safe Release Notes
Oracle Fail Safe Concepts and Administration Guide
Oracle Fail Safe Error Messages
Oracle Fail Safe Installation Guide
For online assistance, Oracle Fail Safe Manager provides online help topics, a quick tour, and this tutorial. On the Help menu in Oracle Fail Safe Manager, click "Search for Help on" to access the online help topics.
Refer to the following documentation for information about related products:
For more information about cluster systems, see the Microsoft Cluster Server (MSCS) documentation. Microsoft also refers to MSCS as "server clusters" or "failover clusters".
For more information about other related products, see the documentation for those products.
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