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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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Oracle® Fail Safe

Concepts and Administration Guide

Release 3.3.1 for Windows

April 2002

Part No. A96684-01

This guide introduces Oracle Fail Safe concepts and explains how
Oracle Fail Safe configures resources for high availability to ensure protection
from both hardware and software failures on Windows NT Enterprise Edition, Windows 2000 Advanced Server, and Windows 2000 Datacenter Server clusters.


Oracle Fail Safe Concepts and Administration Guide, Release 3.3.1 for Windows

Part No. A96684-01

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