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11g Release 2 (11.2)

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Symbols

(OCR) Oracle Cluster Registry
log files, H.2

A

ACL
resource attribute, B
action entry points
defined, 5.2
action script, 5.1.4
action scripts
actions, 5.2
ACTION_FAILURE_EVENT_TEMPLATE
resource attribute, B
ACTION_SCRIPT
resource attribute, B
ACTIVE_PLACEMENT
resource attribute, B
addresses, configuring manually, 1.1.4.3
administrative tools
overview and concepts, 1.4
agent
defined, 5.1.3
agent framework
defined, 5.1.3
AGENT_FILENAME
resource attribute, B
agents
appagent, 5.1.1
appagent.exe, 5.1.1
scriptagent, 5.1.1
scriptagent.exe, 5.1.1
alert messages
CRSD, H.4
log file location, H.4
application agent, 5.1.1
applications
defining a VIP address, 1.6
highly available, 1.6
managing with CLSCRS commands, F
attraction start dependency, 5.2.3.1
modifiers, B
AUTO_START
resource attribute, B

B

background processes, 1.2.1, 1.2.2
Baseboard Management Controller (BMC)
See Intelligent Platform Management Interface (IPMI)
block-by-block checksum operation, 2.3.4.2

C

Cache Fusion
communication, D
CARDINALITY
resource attribute, B
changing interface names, consequences, 2.7.4.3
changing VIP addresses, 2.7.3
CHECK_INTERVAL
resource attribute, B
checksum operation
block-by-block, 2.3.4.2
CHM
See Cluster Health Monitor (CHM)
client-side diagnosability infrastructure (CRSD)
alerts, H.4
cloning
Oracle Clusterware, 3
Oracle Grid Infrastructure, 3
cloning, overview for clusterware, 1.5
CLSCRS APIs
callback mechanism, F
data structures, F
deprecated, F
error handling and tracing, F
filters, F
comparison filter, F
expression filter, F
initialization and persistence, F
memory management, F
overview, F
threading support, F
CLSCRS commands
overview, F
CLSD-1009 message
resolving, 2.3.3.2.5
CLSD-1011 message
resolving, 2.3.3.2.5
cluster administrator management, 2.2.2
Cluster Health Monitor (CHM), 1.4
daemons, H.1.1.1
log files, H.2
OCLUMON, H.1.2
services
cluster logger, H.1.1.1
system monitor, H.1.1.1
cluster interconnect
Cache Fusion communication, D
changing private network addresses, 2.7.4.1
Cluster Manager (CSS)
log files, H.2
Cluster Ready Services (CRS)
debugging, E
defined, 1.2.1.1
Cluster Ready Services Daemon
log files, H.2
cluster resource, 5.1.2
cluster storage
recording with OCR, 1.1.3
Cluster Synchronization Services (CSS), 1.2.1.1
debugging, E
defined, 1.2.1.1
cluster time management, 2.6
Cluster Time Synchronization Service (CTSS), 2.6
Cluster Verification Utility (CVU)
log files, H.2
See CVU
CLUSTER_INTERCONNECT interface
specifying with OIFCFG, D
cluster_resource, 5.1.2
cluster-aware resource, 5.1.2
clusterware, cloning overview, 1.5
cluvfy
See CVU
compatibility
Oracle Clusterware, Oracle ASM, and database, 1.3.1
component parameter
supplying to CRSCTL commands, E
components
initialization file for debugging purposes, E
configurations
reinitializing the OCR, 2.3.3.6
configuring
voting disks, 2.3.1
CRS
See Cluster Ready Services (CRS)
CRSCTL
checking the Oracle Clusterware status, 2.3.3.2.3
command reference, E
commands
add crs administrator, E
add css votedisk, E
add resource, E
add serverpool, E
add type, E
check cluster, E
check crs, E
check css, E
check ctss, E
check has, E
check resource, E
config crs, E
config has, E
delete crs administrator, E
delete css votedisk, E
delete node, E
delete resource, E
delete serverpool, E
delete type, E
disable crs, E
disable has, E
discover dhcp, E
enable crs, E
enable has, E
get clientid dhcp, E
get css, E
get css ipmiaddr, E
get hostname, E
get nodename, E
getperm resource, E
getperm serverpool, E
getperm type, E
lsmodules, E
modify resource, E
modify serverpool, E
modify type, E
pin css, E
query crs activeversion, E
query crs administrator, E
query crs releaseversion, E
query crs softwareversion, E
query css ipmiconfig, E
query css ipmidevice, E
query css votedisk, E
query dns, E
query has releaseversion, E
query has softwareversion, E
release dhcp, E
relocate resource, E
relocate server, E
replace discoverystring, E
replace votedisk, E
request dhcp, E
set css, E
set css ipmiaddr, E
set css ipmiadmin, E
set log, E
set trace, E
setperm resource, E
setperm serverpool, E
setperm type, E
start cluster, E
start crs, E
start has, E
start ip, E
start testdns, E
status ip, E
status resource, E, E
status server, E
status serverpool, E
status testdns, E
status type, E
stop cluster, E
stop crs, E
stop has, E
stop ip, E
stop resource, E
stop testdns, E
unpin css, E
unset css, E
unset css ipmiconfig, E
dual environment commands, E
Oracle RAC environment commands, E
Oracle Restart environment commands, E
CRSCTL commands
cluster aware, 1.4
component parameter, E
debug log, E
debugging_level parameter, E, E
lsmodules, E
module_name parameter, E
overview, 1.4
resource_name parameter, E
set log, E
crsctl set log, E
crsctl set trace, E
crsd background process
alert messages, H.4
log files, H.2
CSS
See Cluster Synchronization Services (CSS)
cssd
log files, H.2
CVU
about, A
commands
cluvfy comp acfs, A
cluvfy comp admprv, A
cluvfy comp asm, A
cluvfy comp cfs, A
cluvfy comp clocksync, A
cluvfy comp clu, A
cluvfy comp clumgr, A
cluvfy comp crs, A
cluvfy comp dns, A
cluvfy comp gns, A
cluvfy comp gpnp, A
cluvfy comp ha, A
cluvfy comp nodeapp, A
cluvfy comp nodecon, 2.7.3, A
cluvfy comp nodereach, A
cluvfy comp ocr, A
cluvfy comp ohasd, A
cluvfy comp olr, A
cluvfy comp peer, A
cluvfy comp scan, A
cluvfy comp software, A
cluvfy comp space, A
cluvfy comp ssa, A
cluvfy comp sys, A
cluvfy comp vdisk, A
cluvfy stage -post acfscfg, A
cluvfy stage -post cfs, A
cluvfy stage -post crsinst, A
cluvfy stage -post hacfg, A
cluvfy stage -post hwos, A
cluvfy stage -post nodeadd, A
cluvfy stage -pre acfscfg, A
cluvfy stage -pre cfs, A
cluvfy stage -pre crsinst, A
cluvfy stage -pre dbcfg, A
cluvfy stage -pre dbinst, A
cluvfy stage -pre hacfg, A
cluvfy stage -pre nodeadd, A
component verifications
cluster integrity, A
Cluster Manager subcomponent, A
connectivity between cluster nodes, A
CTSS integrity, A
domain name service (DNS), A
free space, A
Grid Plug and Play service and profile, A
integrity of high availability, A
integrity of OCR, A
integrity of ohasd, A
integrity of OLR, A
integrity of Oracle ACFS, A, A
integrity of Oracle ASM, A
integrity of voting disks, A
node applications, A
node comparison, A
Oracle Clusterware component, A
Oracle Grid Naming Service (GNS), A
reachability of nodes, A
SCAN configuration, A
software distribution across nodes, A
storage, A
system requirements, A
user and permissions, A
difference between runcluvfy.sh and cluvfy, A
installation requirements, A
known issues, A
node list shortcuts, A
online Help system, A
overview and concepts, 1.4
performing verifications, A
runcluvfy.sh, A
stage verifications
database configuration, A
high availability installation, A
network and storage on all nodes, A
node installation, A
Oracle ACFS, A
Oracle ACFS configuration, A
Oracle Clusterware installation, A
Oracle RAC installation, A
UNKNOWN output, A
verbose mode, A

D

debugging
CRS, CSS, and EVM modules, E
Oracle Clusterware resources, E
debugging_level parameter
supplying to CRSCTL commands, E, E
defining network interfaces
OIFCFG command-line interface, D
DEGREE
resource attribute, B
delif command
OIFCFG command-line interface, D
DESCRIPTION
resource attribute, B
diagcollection.pl script, H.3
diagnostics collection script, H.3
diagnostics data
collecting with the diagcollection.pl script, H.3
dispersion start dependency, 5.2.3.1
modifiers, B
DNS, entries example for GNS and SCAN, 1.1.4.2
dynamic host configuration protocol (DHCP), 1.1.4

E

ENABLED
resource attribute, B
enabling debugging for Oracle Clusterware resources, E
enabling debugging for the CRS, CSS, and EVM modules, E
entry points
ABORT, 5.1.3
CHECK, 5.1.3
CLSAGFW_FAILED state, 5.1.3
CLSAGFW_ONLINE state, 5.1.3
CLSAGFW_PARTIAL state, 5.1.3
CLSAGFW_PLANNED_OFFLINE state, 5.1.3
CLSAGFW_UNKNOWN state, 5.1.3
CLSAGFW_UNPLANNED_OFFLINE state, 5.1.3
CLEAN, 5.1.3
defined, 5.1.3
monitor, 5.1.3
START, 5.1.3
STOP, 5.1.3
Event Management (EVM)
defined, 1.2.1.1
EVM
debugging, E
log files, H.2
overview, 1.2.1.1
See Event Management (EVM)

F

failure groups, 2.3.2.1
failure isolation
configuring IPMI for, 2.5.3.1
FAILURE_INTERVAL
resource attribute, B
FAILURE_THRESHOLD
resource attribute, B
Fast Application Notification (FAN), 1.2.1.1
features, new, Preface, Preface
Free server pool, 2.1.3.1
described, 2.1.3.2

G

Generic server pool, 2.1.3.1
generic server pool
described, 2.1.3.3
getif command
OIFCFG command-line interface, D
global interface
network interface stored as, D
GNS, 1.1.4
See Oracle Grid Naming Service (GNS)
GNS, and SCAN, 1.1.4.2
GNS, GNS VIP, 1.1.4.1
Grid Infrastructure
cloning Oracle Clusterware in, 3
Configuration Wizard, 2.4
Grid Interprocess Communication (GIPC), 1.2.1.2
Grid Naming Service, 1.1.4
Grid Plug and Play, Preface
Grid Plug and Play (GPNPD), 1.2.1.2

H

HAIP
highly available IP address, 2.7.4.2
hard start dependency, 5.2.3.1
modifiers, B
hard stop dependency, 5.2.3.2
modifiers, B
hardware requirements, 1.1.1
high availability
and Oracle Clusterware, 1.2.1.1
application programming interface, 1.6
framework, 1.6
HOSTING_MEMBERS
resource attribute, B

I

iflist command
OIFCFG command-line interface, D
importing
OCR, 2.3.3.6
initialization files
creating for component-level debugging, E
installation
introduction, 1.3
installations
configuring voting disks, 2.3.1
Intelligent Management Platform Interface (IPMI), 2.5.1
configuring for failure isolation, 2.5.3.1
modifying IPMI configuration, 2.5.3.2
removing IPMI configuration, 2.5.3.3
Intelligent Platform Management Interface (IPMI)
CRSCTL commands
get css ipmiaddr, E
query css ipmiconfig, E
query css ipmidevice, E
set css ipmiaddr, E
set css ipmiadmin, E
unset css ipmiconfig, E
Interconnects page
monitoring clusterware with Oracle Enterprise Manager, H.1
interface names, consequences of changing, 2.7.4.3
INTERNAL_STATE
resource attribute, B
IPMI
modifying administrator, E
obtaining IP address, E
See Intelligent Management Platform Interface (IPMI)
storing IP address, E

L

LAST_SERVER
resource attribute, B
LAST_STATE_CHANGE
resource attribute, B
listeners
in OCR, 1.1.3
LOAD
resource attribute, B
local resource, 5.1.2
local_resource, 5.1.2
log files
for Cluster Verification Utility (CVU), H.2
for CSS, H.2
for EVM, H.2
for Oracle ACFS, H.2
for Oracle Cluster Registry, H.2
log levels
setting for Oracle Clusterware, E
lsmodules parameter
on the CRSCTL command, E

M

managing applications
CLSCRS commands, F
managing Oracle Clusterware
with CRSCTL, 1.4
manual address configuration, 1.1.4.3
mDNS
See Multicast Domain Name Service (mDNS)
mDNSResponder
purpose, 1.2.2
mirroring
OCR (Oracle Cluster Registry), 2.3.3.2
module_name parameter
supplying to CRSCTL commands, E
modules
CRS
debugging, E
CSS
debugging, E
EVM
debugging, E
Multicast Domain Name Service (mDNS)
defined, 1.2.1.2
multiplexed OCR, 1.1.3

N

NAME
resource attribute, B
network interface
global, D
node-specific, D
OIFCFG syntax, D
network interface card (NIC), 2.7.4.1
network interfaces
defining with OIFCFG, D
types, D
updating subnet classification, D
new features, Preface, Preface
nodes
adding to a cluster
on Linux or UNIX, 4.2.1
on Windows, 4.3, 4.3.1
deleting from a cluster
on Linux or UNIX, 4.2.2
VIP address, 1.1.4
node-specific interface
network interface stored as, D

O

OCLUMON
commands
debug, H.1.2.1
manage, H.1.2.2
version, H.1.2.3
OCR (Oracle Cluster Registry)
adding, 2.3.3.2, 2.3.3.2.1
automatic backups, 2.3.3.3
backing up, 2.3.3.3
contents, 2.3.3
diagnosing problems with OCRDUMP, 2.3.3.5
downgrading, 2.3.3.8
exporting, 2.3.3.6
importing
on Windows systems, 2.3.3.6.2
importing content
on Linux and UNIX systems, 2.3.3.6.1
log file location, H.2
managing, 2.3.3
manual backups, 2.3.3.3
migrating from Oracle ASM, 2.3.3.1.1
migrating to Oracle ASM, 2.3.3.1
OCRDUMP utility command examples, 2.3.4.3.2
ocr.loc file, 2.3.3.2
on Oracle ASM, Preface
overriding data loss protection mechanism, 2.3.3.2.5
recording cluster configuration information, 1.1
recording cluster storage, 1.1.3
removing, 2.3.3.2, 2.3.3.2.2
repairing, 2.3.3.2, 2.3.3.2.4
replacing, 2.3.3.2, 2.3.3.2.3
restoring, 2.3.3.4
in Oracle Restart, 2.3.3.4
on Linux and UNIX systems, 2.3.3.4
on Windows systems, 2.3.3.4
using automatically generated OCR backups, 2.3.3.4
troubleshooting, 2.3.3.5, 2.3.4.1
upgrading, 2.3.3.8
viewing content with OCRDUMP, 2.3.4.3
OCR configuration tool
See OCRCONFIG utility
OCRCHECK utility
changing the amount of logging, 2.3.4.2
check status of OLR, 2.3.3.7
diagnosing OCR problems with, 2.3.3.5
log files, 2.3.4.2
sample output, 2.3.4.2
OCRCONFIG utility
administering OLR, 2.3.3.7
commands
-add, G
-backuploc, G
-delete, G
-downgrade, G
-export, G
-import, 2.3.3.6.1, G
-manualbackup, G
-overwrite, G
-repair, G
-replace, G
-restore, G
-showbackup, G
-upgrade, G
log files, 2.3.4.4
overview and concepts, 1.4
syntax, G
OCRDUMP utility
changing the amount of logging, 2.3.4.3
command examples, 2.3.4.3.2
commands, 2.3.4.3.2
backup, 2.3.4.3.2
diagnosing OCR problems with, 2.3.3.5, 2.3.4.3
dump content of OLR, 2.3.3.7
log files, 2.3.4.3
sample output, 2.3.4.3.3
syntax and options, 2.3.4.3.1
SYSTEM.language key output, 2.3.4.3.3
SYSTEM.version key output, 2.3.4.3.3
ocr.loc file, 2.3.3.2
ocrlog.ini file
editing, 2.3.4.2, 2.3.4.3
OFFLINE_CHECK_INTERVAL
resource attribute, B
OIFCFG command-line interface
commands, D
interface types, D, D
invoking, D
overview and concepts, 1.4, D
syntax, D
OLR (Oracle Local Registry)
administering, 2.3.3.7
backing up, 2.3.3.7
check status of, 2.3.3.7
defined, 2.3.3.7
dump content of, 2.3.3.7
exporting to a file, 2.3.3.7
importing a file, 2.3.3.7
restoring, 2.3.3.7
viewing backup files, 2.3.3.7
viewing content with OCRDUMP, 2.3.4.3
OLSNODES command
reference, C
ONS
See Oracle Notification Service (ONS)
operating systems
requirements for Oracle Clusterware, 1.1
oraagent
defined, 1.2.1.1
Oracle ACFS
defined, Preface
log files, H.2
Oracle agent, 1.2.1.1
Oracle ASM
disk groups
redundancy, 2.3.2.1
failure group, 2.3.2.1
migrating OCR locations to, 2.3.3.1
OCR residing on, Preface
Oracle Automatic Storage Management
See Oracle ASM
Oracle Automatic Storage Management Cluster File System
See Oracle ACFS
Oracle Cluster Registry
See OCR (Oracle Cluster Registry)
Oracle Clusterware
adding a home to a new node, 4.2.1
debugging
component level, E
creating an initialization file, E
dynamic, E
defined, 1.1
OCR
migrating from Oracle ASM, 2.3.3.1.1
migrating to Oracle ASM, 2.3.3.1
processes
Cluster Ready Services (CRS), 1.2.1.1
Cluster Synchronization Services (CSS), 1.2.1.1
Event Management (EVM), 1.2.1.1
Grid Interprocess Communication (GIPC), 1.2.1.2
Multicast Domain Name Service (mDNS), 1.2.1.2
oraagent, 1.2.1.1
Oracle Grid Naming Service (GNS), 1.2.1.2
Oracle Notification Service (ONS), 1.2.1.1
orarootagent, 1.2.1.1
upgrade
out-of-place, 1.1.5
Oracle Clusterware Control (CRSCTL)
See CRSCTL
Oracle Clusterware home
adding, 4.2.1, 4.3.1
deleting manually, 4.2.2
Oracle Enterprise Manager
adding resources with, 5.3.3
adding VIPs with, 5.3.1
overview and concepts, 1.4
using the Interconnects page to monitor Oracle Clusterware, H.1
Oracle Grid Infrastructure
cloning, 3
Oracle Grid Naming Service (GNS)
defined, 1.2.1.2
described, 1.1.4
Oracle Interface Configuration tool
see OIFCFG
Oracle Local Registry
See OLR (Oracle Local Registry)
Oracle Notification Service (ONS)
defined, 1.2.1.1
Oracle RAC One Node, Preface
Oracle Real Application Clusters
overview of administration, 1
Oracle Real Application Clusters One Node, Preface
Oracle Restart
restoring OCR, 2.3.3.4
Oracle root agent, 1.2.1.1
Oracle Universal Installer
Oracle Clusterware installation, 1.3
OracleHAService
purpose, 1.2.2
orarootagent
defined, 1.2.1.1
out-of-place upgrade, 1.1.5

P

PLACEMENT
resource attribute, B
private network address
changing, 2.7.4.1
private network addresses
changing the network interface for, 2.7.4.5
PROFILE_CHANGE_EVENT_TEMPLATE
resource attribute, B
public interface
specifying with OIFCFG, D
pullup start dependency, 5.2.3.1
modifiers, B

R

recording cluster configuration information, 1.1
recording node membership information
voting disk, 1.1
redundancy
voting disk, 1.1.3
Redundant Interconnect Usage, 2.7.4.2
registering resources, 5.1.6
resource attributes
ACL, B
ACTION_FAILURE_EVENT_TEMPLATE, B
ACTION_SCRIPT, B
ACTIVE_PLACEMENT, B
AGENT_FILENAME, B
AUTO_START, B
CARDINALITY, B
CHECK_INTERVAL, B
DEGREE, B
DESCRIPTION, B
ENABLED, B
FAILURE_INTERVAL, B
FAILURE_THRESHOLD, B
HOSTING_MEMBERS, B
INTERNAL_STATE, B
LAST_SERVER, B
LAST_STATE_CHANGE, B
LOAD, B
NAME, B
OFFLINE_CHECK_INTERVAL, B
PLACEMENT, B
PROFILE_CHANGE_EVENT_TEMPLATE, B
RESTART_ATTEMPTS, B
RESTART_COUNT, B
SCRIPT_TIMEOUT, B
SERVER_POOLS, B
START_DEPENDENCIES, B
START_TIMEOUT, B
STATE_CHANGE_EVENT_TEMPLATE, B
STATE_DETAILS, B
STOP_DEPENDENCIES, B
STOP_TIMEOUT, B
TARGET, B
TYPE, B
UPTIME_THRESHOLD, B
resource dependencies
defined, 5.2.3
start dependencies, 5.2.3.1
attraction, 5.2.3.1, B
dispersion, 5.2.3.1, B
hard, 5.2.3.1, B
pullup, 5.2.3.1, B
weak, 5.2.3.1, B
stop dependencies, 5.2.3.2
hard, 5.2.3.2, B
resource permissions
changing, 5.3.4
resource type
cluster_resource, 5.1.2
defined, 5.1.2
local_resource, 5.1.2
resource_name parameter
supplying to CRSCTL commands, E
resources
adding, 5.3.2
with Oracle Enterprise Manager, 5.3.3
defined, 5.1.1
registering in Oracle Clusterware, 5.1.6
RESTART_ATTEMPTS
resource attribute, B
RESTART_COUNT
resource attribute, B
restoring
OCR, 2.3.3.6
runcluvfy.sh, A

S

scalability
adding nodes and instances, quick-start format, 4.2
SCRIPT_TIMEOUT
resource attribute, B
Server Control Utility (SRVCTL), 1.1.3
see SRVCTL
server pools
described, 2.1.3.1
Free, 2.1.3.1
Generic, 2.1.3.1
SERVER_POOLS
resource attribute, B
server-centric resource, 5.1.2
servers
described, 2.1.2
how Oracle Clusterware assigns, 2.1.4
Oracle Clusterware requirements, 1.1
states, 2.1.2
setif command
OIFCFG command-line interface, D
Single Client Access Name (SCAN), 1.1.4.2
slew time synchronization, 2.6
software requirements, 1.1.3
SRVCTL
overview and concepts, 1.4
srvctl stop nodeapps command, 2.7.3
start effort evaluation
described, 5.2.4
START_DEPENDENCIES
resource attribute, B
START_TIMEOUT
resource attribute, B
starting the OIFCFG interface, D
STATE_CHANGE_EVENT_TEMPLATE
resource attribute, B
STATE_DETAILS
resource attribute, B
step time synchronization, 2.6
STOP_DEPENDENCIES
resource attribute, B
STOP_TIMEOUT
resource attribute, B
subnet
configuring for VIP address, 1.1.4
syntax
OCRDUMP utility, 2.3.4.3.1
SYSTEM.language key
output, 2.3.4.3.3
SYSTEM.version key
output, 2.3.4.3.3

T

TARGET
resource attribute, B
thread safety, F
tracing
enabling for Oracle Clusterware, E
enabling for Oracle RAC high availability, E
tracing levels
setting for Oracle Clusterware, E
troubleshooting
OCR, 2.3.4.1
TYPE
resource attribute, B

U

upgrade
migrating storage after, 2.3.3.1, 2.3.3.1.1
out-of-place, 1.1.5
upgrades
and SCANs, 2.7.3
UPTIME_THRESHOLD
resource attribute, B

V

versions
compatibility for Oracle Clusterware, Oracle ASM, and Oracle Database software, 1.3.1
VIP, 1.1.4
adding
with Oracle Enterprise Manager, 5.3.1
address
changing, 2.7.3
defining for applications, 1.6
requirements, 1.1.4
virtual IP
See VIP
voting disks, 1.1.3
adding, 2.3.2.4
adding to non-Oracle ASM storage, 2.3.2.4
adding to Oracle ASM, 2.3.2.4
administering, 2.3.1
backing up, 2.3.2.2
deleting, 2.3.2.4, 2.3.2.4
file universal identifier (FUID)
obtaining, 2.3.2.4, 2.3.2.4
managing, 2.3.2
migrating, 2.3.2.4
migrating to Oracle ASM, 2.3.2.4, 2.3.2.4
modifying not stored on Oracle ASM, 2.3.2.4
modifying stored on Oracle ASM, 2.3.2.4
on Oracle ASM, Preface
replacing in non-ASM storage, 2.3.2.4
replacing in Oracle ASM, 2.3.2.4
restoring, 2.3.2.3
storing on Oracle ASM, 2.3.2.1

W

weak start dependency, 5.2.3.1
modifiers, B
Windows systems
services for clusterware, 1.2.2, 1.2.2