Booting into maintenance mode the node that panicked
Performing the appropriate recovery action for the cause of the problem
Rebooting the node that panicked
For more information, see Sun Cluster System Administration Guide for Solaris OS.
In an Oracle Real Application Clusters environment, multiple Oracle instances cooperate to provide access to the same shared database. The Oracle clients can use any of the instances to access the database. Thus, if one or more instances have failed, clients can connect to a surviving instance and continue to access the database.