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The software architectures of Oracle 9i and Oracle 10g or 11g are different. As a result of these differences, the configuration of resources and resource groups for the Support for Oracle RAC depends on the version of Oracle that you are using. For each version of Oracle that this data service supports, the configuration of resources and resource groups also depends on the combination of storage management schemes that you are using for Oracle files.
The sections that follow illustrate the configuration of resources and resource groups for typical combinations of storage management schemes for Oracle 9i and Oracle 10g or 11g on the SPARC platform for both the global cluster and a zone cluster. On the x86 platform, no UDLM resource is required.
Note - These diagrams reflect, where applicable, the use of the multiple-owner volume-manager framework, SUNW.vucmm_framework. This framework was introduced in the Sun Cluster 3.2 11/09 release to contain volume-manager resources, if used by the Oracle RAC configuration, instead of using the Oracle RAC framework resource group.
Oracle RAC configurations that configure volume-manager resources with the Oracle RAC framework, SUNW.rac_framework, are still supported in this release. The use of SUNW.rac_framework to contain volume-manager resources might become deprecated in a future Oracle Solaris Cluster release. See Legacy Configurations for all diagrams that use SUNW.rac_framework instead of SUNW.vucmm_framework for volume-manager resources.