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Oracle® Fail Safe Concepts and Administration Guide
Release 3.3.1 for Windows
Part No. A96684-01
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1-1 Failover with Oracle Fail Safe in a Microsoft Cluster
1-2 Oracle Fail Safe Manager
1-3 Oracle Fail Safe Manager Menus and Contents
1-4 Hardware and Software Components Configured with Oracle Fail Safe
2-1 Microsoft Cluster System
2-2 Shared-Nothing Configuration
2-3 Designing a Group
2-4 Resource Types for Highly Available Oracle Reports Servers
2-5 Add Resource to Group - Virtual Address Wizard Page
2-6 Accessing Cluster Resources Through a Virtual Server
2-7 Cluster Alias in Add Cluster to Tree Dialog Box
2-8 Resource Failover
2-9 Node Failover
2-10 Group Failover Property Page
2-11 Resource Policies Property Page
2-12 Nodes Property Page
2-13 Failover Threshold and Failover Period Timeline
2-14 Group Failback Policy Property Page
3-1 Active/Passive (Standby) Two-Node Configuration
3-2 Active/Passive (Standby) Four-Node Configuration
3-3 Active/Active Configuration
3-4 Active/Active Partitioned Workload Configuration
3-5 Multitiered Oracle Reports Server Configuration
3-6 Database Configuration Using Oracle Data Guard for Disaster Tolerance
4-1 Virtual Servers and Addressing in an Oracle Fail Safe Environment
4-2 Windows User Account Settings for the Oracle Services for MSCS
4-3 Discovery of Standalone Resources
6-1 Troubleshooting Menu and Verify Commands
6-2 Clusterwide Operation Window for Verify Cluster
6-3 Clusterwide Operation Window for Verify Group
6-4 Verify Standalone Database Dialog Box
6-5 Clusterwide Operation Window for Verify Standalone Database
6-6 Dump Cluster Clusterwide Operation
7-1 Choose Nodes Wizard Page When All Nodes Are Available
7-2 Choose Nodes Wizard Page When Any Node Is Unavailable
7-3 Database Virtual Address Wizard Page
7-4 Database Identity Wizard Page
7-5 Database Authentication Wizard Page
7-6 Confirm Add to DBA Group Window
7-7 Database Password Wizard Page
7-8 Add Resource to Group Wizard - Resource Page
7-9 Transparent Application Failover Flow Chart
8-1 Three-Tiered Architecture for Forms Using the Forms Load Balancer Server
8-2 Choose Nodes Wizard Page When All Nodes Are Available
8-3 Choose Nodes Wizard Page When Any Node Is Unavailable
8-4 Choose Virtual Address Wizard Page
8-5 Oracle Forms Load Balancer Server Identity Wizard Page
9-1 Three-Tiered Architecture for Oracle Forms
9-2 Choose Nodes Wizard Page When All Nodes Are Available
9-3 Choose Nodes Wizard Page When Any Node Is Unavailable
9-4 Oracle Forms Virtual Address Wizard Page
9-5 Oracle Forms Identity Wizard Page
9-6 Oracle Forms Parameters Wizard Page
9-7 Oracle Forms Path Wizard Page
9-8 Oracle Forms Server Database Wizard Page
9-9 Tree View Showing Web-Based Forms
10-1 Three-Tiered Architecture for Oracle Reports Web Implementation
10-2 Three-Tiered Architecture for Oracle Reports Client/Server Implementation
10-3 Choose Nodes Wizard Page When All Nodes Are Available
10-4 Choose Nodes Wizard Page When Any Node Is Unavailable
10-5 Oracle Reports Virtual Address Wizard Page
10-6 Oracle Reports Server Identity Wizard Page
10-7 Oracle Reports Server Disks Wizard Page
10-8 Oracle Reports Server Databases Wizard Page
10-9 Oracle Reports Server Account Wizard Page
11-1 Three-Tiered Architecture for Highly Available Web Configurations
11-2 Choose Nodes Wizard Page When All Nodes Are Available
11-3 Choose Nodes Wizard Page When Any Node Is Unavailable
11-4 Oracle HTTP Server Identity Wizard Page
11-5 Oracle HTTP Server Directories Wizard Page
11-6 Virtual Directory Mapping Dialog Box
11-7 Oracle HTTP Server Virtual Address Wizard Page
12-1 Three-Tiered Architecture for Oracle Applications Concurrent Manager
12-2 Choose Nodes Wizard Page When All Nodes Are Available
12-3 Choose Nodes Wizard Page When Any Node Is Unavailable
12-4 Oracle Applications Concurrent Manager Virtual Address Wizard Page
12-5 Oracle Applications Concurrent Manager Identity Wizard Page
12-6 Concurrent Manager Authentication Wizard Page
12-7 Concurrent Manager Database Wizard Page
13-1 Three-Tiered Architecture for Highly Available Oracle MTS Services
13-2 Choose Nodes Wizard Page When All Nodes Are Available
13-3 Choose Nodes Wizard Page When Any Node Is Unavailable
13-4 Oracle MTS Service Virtual Address Wizard Page
13-5 Oracle MTS Service Identity Wizard Page
13-6 Oracle MTS Service Database Wizard Page
13-7 Oracle MTS Service Authentication Wizard Page
14-1 Choose Nodes Wizard Page When All Nodes Are Available
14-2 Choose Nodes Wizard Page When Any Node Is Unavailable
14-3 Generic Service Identity Wizard Page
14-4 Generic Service Account Wizard Page
14-5 Generic Service Disks Wizard Page
14-6 Dependency Tree
14-7 Generic Service Dependencies Wizard Page
14-8 Generic Service Registry Wizard Page

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