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The task in this section is an alternative for the resource-configuration steps in How to Enable Oracle Solaris Cluster and Oracle 10g Release 2 or 11g Oracle Clusterware to Interoperate. The following information is in this section:
Resources for interoperation with Oracle 10g release 2 or 11g enable you to administer Oracle RAC database instances by using Oracle Solaris Cluster interfaces. These resources also ensure that dependencies by Oracle Clusterware resources on Oracle Solaris Cluster resources are met. These resources enable the high-availability frameworks that are provided by Oracle Solaris Cluster software and Oracle Clusterware to interoperate.
The following resources for interoperation with Oracle 10g or 11g are required:
A Oracle Solaris Cluster resource to act as a proxy for the Oracle RAC database
A Oracle Solaris Cluster resource to represent the Oracle Clusterware framework
Oracle Clusterware resources to represent scalable device groups
Oracle Clusterware resources to represent scalable file-system mount points
You must assign to an Oracle Clusterware resource that represents an Oracle Solaris Cluster resource a name in the following form:
Specifies the name of the node where the Oracle Clusterware resource is to run.
Specifies the name of the Oracle Solaris Cluster resource that the Oracle Clusterware resource represents.
For example, the name of the Oracle Clusterware resource for node pclus1 that represents the Oracle Solaris Cluster resource scal-dg-rs must be as follows:
Figure D-1 Proxy Resources for Configurations With a Volume Manager
Figure D-2 Proxy Resources for Configurations With a Shared File System