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Oracle® Database 2 Day + Real Application Clusters Guide
11g Release 2 (11.2)

Part Number E17264-07
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Preface

Oracle Database 2 Day + Real Application Clusters Guide describes how to install, configure, and administer Oracle Clusterware, Oracle Automatic Storage Management (Oracle ASM), and Oracle Real Application Clusters (Oracle RAC) on a two-node system using the Oracle Enterprise Linux system.

Note:

For Linux operating systems other then Oracle Enterprise Linux, see Oracle Real Application Clusters Installation Guide for Linux and UNIX. For other operating systems, see the platform-specific Oracle RAC installation guide.

This guide covers topics that a reasonably knowledgeable Oracle database administrator (DBA) would need to know when moving from managing a single-instance Oracle Database environment to managing an Oracle RAC environment.

Audience

Oracle Database 2 Day + Real Application Clusters Guide is an Oracle RAC database administration guide for DBAs who want to install and use Oracle RAC. This guide assumes you have already read Oracle Database 2 Day DBA. This guide is intended for DBAs who:

To use this guide, you should be familiar with the administrative procedures described in Oracle Database 2 Day DBA.

Note:

Some DBAs may be interested in moving the data from their single-instance Oracle Database to their Oracle RAC database. This guide also explains the procedures for doing this.

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