Sun Cluster Data Service for Oracle RAC Guide for Solaris OS

ProcedureHow to Set the Necessary Privileges for Oracle RAC Software in a Zone Cluster

You should set the necessary privileges to enable Oracle RAC to run in a zone cluster configuration. You can use the clzonecluster command to include the necessary privileges in a zone cluster configuration by setting the limitpriv property. Perform the following steps to set the necessary privileges in a zone cluster to run Oracle RAC.

  1. Become superuser on the global cluster node that hosts the zone cluster.

  2. Configure the limitpriv property by using the clzonecluster command.

    # clzonecluster configure zcname
    clzonecluster:zcname>set limitpriv ="default,proc_priocntl,proc_clock_highres"
  3. Reboot the zone cluster.

    #clzonecluster reboot zcname

    Note –

    You can perform the step to configure the limitpriv property as part of the zone cluster creation. For information on creating a zone cluster, see How to Create a Zone Cluster in Sun Cluster Software Installation Guide for Solaris OS.