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Oracle® Fail Safe Installation Guide
Release 3.3.3 for Windows
Part No. B12072-01
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A

adding
a new node to the cluster, 1.3
administration
deinstalling software on a cluster, 4
installing Oracle Fail Safe, 2
patching software, A
registering Oracle resource DLLs, C
starting Oracle Fail Safe Manager, 3.1
troubleshooting installation problems, 5
upgrading software, A
verifying the Oracle Fail Safe installation, 3.1
Administrator privileges, 2.1
required for cluster alias, 1.4
alert files
location, 1.4
application data files
installing, 1.4
application software
installing, 1.2
applications
files on private disks, 1.2
files on shared storage devices, 1.2
authentication
connecting to cluster, 3.1.2
for an Oracle Fail Safe installation, 2.1

B

before you install checklist, 2.1

C

CD-ROM media
storing sample database files, 5.2
checklists
before you install, 2.1
cluster setup, 1.1
installation order, 1.2
preinstallation of Oracle Fail Safe software, 2.1
Client Only installation
sample file, B.1.1
specifying, 2.2
template file, B.1.1, B.1.1
clients
preparing for upgrades, A.1
cluster alias
connecting to, 1.4
pinging, 1.2, 1.3
supplying when connecting to cluster, 3.1.2
cluster disks
software and file installations, 1.2
Cluster Group
Oracle Services for MSCS and, 3.1.5
cluster metadata, 5.4
cluster nodes
adding, 1.3
cluster alias specification, 3.1.2
connecting to, 3.1.2, 3.1.2
insufficient space, 2.2
order of software installations, 1.2, 1.3
pinging, 1.2, 1.3
reboot, 2.2
removing from Microsoft Windows registry, 4.2
setting up, 1.1
upgrading software on, A
verifying, 3.1.3
Cluster parameter
FSCMD command parameter, 5.1
cluster systems
metadata, 4
Microsoft hardware compatibility list, 1.1
verifying after an installation, 3.1.3
Component section
response file for deinstallation and, B.3.3
response file for installation and, B.3.3
components
installing, 2.2
Connect to Oracle Fail Safe Cluster dialog box, 3.1.2
Custom installation
sample file, B.1.1
template file, B.1.1

D

databases
installing sample files, 5.2
DEINSTALL_LIST variable, B.3.2
deinstallations
Microsoft Cluster Server (MSCS) software, 4
Oracle Fail Safe release 2.n, 4.2
Oracle Fail Safe release 3.0, 4.1
reasons for, 4
response file component section, B.3.3
silent mode, B.1
steps, 4.1
troubleshooting, 5.4
DEPENDENCY_LIST variable, B.3.3
destination directory
for Oracle Fail Safe installations, 2.2
disk devices
during preliminary cluster setup, 1.1
insufficient space for installations, 2.2
private and cluster installations, 1.2
DLL files
FsResOdbs.dll, C.1
FsResOdbsEx.dll, C.1
FsResTnsLsnrEx.dll, C.1
Oracle resources, C.1
registering manually, C
registering Oracle resource administrator, C.2.2
registering Oracle resources, C.2.1
registration, C.2
unregistering Oracle resource administrator, C.2.2
unregistering Oracle resources, C.2.1
domain
connecting to cluster, 3.1.2
log on to install Oracle Fail Safe, 2.1
user account for Oracle Fail Safe, 2.2
DomainUserName variable, B.2, B.3.3
dynamic-link library (DLL) files
See DLL files

E

errors
See troubleshooting
executable application files
installing, 1.3

F

failback policy, A.4.2
failover
planned, A.4.2
File Locations dialog box, 2.2
FROM_LOCATION variable, B.3.2
FROM_LOCATION_CD_LABEL variable, B.3.2
FSCMD command
scripts require Cluster parameter, 5.1
FsResOdbs.dll file
functions, C.1
registering, C.2.1
unregistering, C.2.1
FsResOdbsEx.dll file
functions, C.1
registering, C.2.2
unregistering, C.2.2

G

General section
response file, B.3.1
groups
removing resources from before deinstallation, 4.1

H

Help
invoking Oracle Fail Safe tutorial with, 1.4
Oracle Fail Safe Manager, 3.2
host names
mapping to IP addresses, 5.6

I

INSTALL_TYPE variable, B.3.3
Custom value, B.2, B.3.3
install_type_1 value, B.2, B.3.3
Typical value, B.2, B.3.3
installations
alert and trace files, 1.4
application data, 1.4
executable application files, 1.3
log files, 1.4
Oracle Fail Safe, 2
preparation for, 1
recommended order for software, 1.2
silent mode, B.1
trace files, 1.4
troubleshooting MSCS, 5
Web server components, 2.2
See also Oracle Installer, Oracle Universal Installer
installing
application software, 1.2
Oracle Database software, 1.2
IP addresses
mapping to host names, 5.6
pinging, 1.2, 1.3
Is Alive polling
DLL file function, C.1
failure, C.1

L

log files
installing on a cluster, 1.4
silent deinstallation, B.1.3
silent installation, B.1.3

M

managing Oracle Fail Safe, 3.1.2
Microsoft Cluster Server
See MSCS
Microsoft hardware compatibility list, 1.1
Microsoft Windows
installation, 1.3
recommended order for installation, 1.3
Microsoft Windows 2000
installation, 1.2
recommended order for installation, 1.2
Microsoft Windows NT Enterprise Edition
installation, 1.2
recommended order for installation, 1.2
Microsoft Windows Server 2003
installation, 1.2
recommended order for installation, 1.2
MSCS
deinstallation, 4
installation, 1.2, 1.3
Is Alive polling, C.1
prerequisites for installing, 1.1
recommendation for installation, 1.2
troubleshooting
deinstallations, 5.4
unable to bring Oracle resource online, C.1
MSCS Cluster Administrator, C.2.2
displaying Oracle Database resource properties with, C.1, C.1, C.1
displaying Oracle TNS Listener resource properties with, C.1
Oracle Services for MSCS resource in Cluster Group, 3.1.5
starting, 3.1.5

N

network configuration
troubleshooting, 5.6
new nodes
adding to a cluster, 1.3
NEXT_SESSION variable, B.3.2
NEXT_SESSION_ON_FAIL variable, B.3.2
NEXT_SESSION_RESPONSE variable, B.3.2

O

online help, 3.2
OPTIONAL_CONFIG_TOOLS variable, B.3.3
Oracle Database resource administration extension DLL file, C.1
Oracle Database resource DLL files, C.1
Oracle Database software
installing, 1.2
patching, A.4.2
special considerations for patching, A.4.2
steps for patching, A.4.2
steps for starting up with the MIGRATE options, A.4.2
steps for upgrading, A.4.1
Oracle Fail Safe software
patching, A.3
requirements for upgrading, A.3
steps for upgrading, A.3
upgrading, A.3
Oracle Fail Safe Web sites, 1.3
Oracle homes
for Oracle Fail Safe installations, 2.2
installing application software and, 1.2
installing database software and, 1.2
multiple, 2.1
Oracle Installer, 4.2
Oracle Net
configuration, 1.1
Oracle Universal Installer, 1
deinstallations, 4.1
invoking at the command-line prompt, B.2
starting, 2.2
ORACLE_HOME variable, B.2, B.3.2, B.3.2
ORACLE_HOME_NAME variable, B.2, B.3.2, B.3.2
OracleMSCSServices service
verifying, 3.1.4

P

patch steps
Oracle Database software, A.4.2
patches
highly available Oracle Databases, A.4, A.4.1
Oracle Database software, A.4.2
special considerations, A.4.2
Oracle Fail Safe software, A.3
ping command, 1.2, 1.3
planned failover, A.4.2
prior to a rolling upgrade, A.1
prerequisites
for installing MSCS, 1.1, 1.1
for installing Oracle Fail Safe, 2.1
private disks
alert files on, 1.4
software and file installations, 1.2
trace files on, 1.4
Pwd variable, B.2, B.3.3

R

rebooting
cluster nodes, 2.2
registering
Oracle Database resource administration extension DLL file, C.1
Oracle Database resource DLL files, C.1
Oracle resource administrator DLL files, C.2.2
Oracle resource DLL files, C.2, C.2.1
Oracle resource DLL files on noncluster nodes, C.2
release information, 2.2
resources
DLL files, C.1
response file template
for deinstallation, B.1.1
response file templates
for installation, B.1.1
response files
contents of, B.3
copying, B.2
editing, B.2
General section, B.3.1
installation and component section, B.3.3
invoking, B.2
Session section, B.3.2
use in silent deinstallations, B.1
use in silent installations, B.1
validating variable values in, B.1.2
rolling upgrades
See upgrades

S

sample database files
CD-ROM, 5.2
installation, 2.2, 5.2
security
domain user account for Oracle Fail Safe, 2.2
services
verifying OracleMSCSServices service entry, 3.1.4
Services Control Panel
startup status for Oracle Fail Safe, 3.1.4
Session section
response file, B.3.2
variables and values for silent deinstallation, B.3.2
variables and values for silent installation, B.3.2
setup.exe program
starting Oracle Installer, 4.2
starting Oracle Universal Installer, B.2
shared storage devices
alert and trace files, 1.4
during preliminary cluster setup, 1.1
SHOW_COMPONENT_LOCATIONS_PAGE variable, B.3.2
SHOW_CUSTOM_TREE_PAGE variable, B.3.2
SHOW_DEINSTALL_CONFIRMATION variable, B.3.2
SHOW_DEINSTALL_PROGRESS variable, B.3.2
SHOW_END_SESSION_PAGE variable, B.3.2
SHOW_EXIT_CONFIRMATION variable, B.3.2
SHOW_INSTALL_PROGRESS_PAGE variable, B.3.2
SHOW_OPTIONAL_CONFIG_TOOL_PAGE variable, B.3.2
SHOW_RELEASE_NOTES variable, B.3.2
SHOW_REQUIRED_CONFIG_TOOL_PAGE variable, B.3.2
SHOW_ROOTSH_CONFIRMATION variable, B.3.2
SHOW_SPLASH_SCREEN variable, B.3.2
SHOW_SUMMARY_PAGE variable, B.3.2
SHOW_WELCOME_PAGE variable, B.3.2
silent deinstallation, B.1
Component section of response file and, B.3.3
General section of response file and, B.3.1
invoking, B.2
log files, B.1.3
response file definition, B.1
Session section of response file and, B.3.2
Session section response file variables, B.3.2
status logged in silentInstall.log file, B.1.3
silent installation, B.1
Component section of response file and, B.3.3
General section of response file and, B.3.1
invoking, B.2
log files, B.1.3
response file definition, B.1
Session section of response file and, B.3.2
session section response file variables, B.3.2
status logged in silentInstall.log file, B.1.3
silentInstall.log file, B.1.3
software installations and upgrades
preparing cluster for, 1.1
recommended order, 1.2
source directory
location of Oracle Fail Safe installation files, 2.2
space requirements
for installations, 2.2
starting
MSCS Cluster Administrator, 3.1.5
Oracle Fail Safe Manager, 3.1
Oracle Installer, 4.2, 4.2
Oracle Universal Installer, B.2

T

TCP/IP network protocol
support, 1.1
TCP/IP network transport
pinging network connections, 1.2, 1.3
templates
for response files, B.1.1
tnsnames.ora file
checking Oracle Net configuration data, 1.1
TOPLEVEL_COMPONENT variable, B.3.2
trace files
location, 1.4
troubleshooting
FS-10514 error message, 5.6
FS-10515 error message, 5.6
FS-10535 error message, A.3
FS-10538 error message, A.3
FSCMD scripts, 5.1
installations, 5, 5.3
MSCS installations, 5
network configuration problems, 5.6
ORA-12560 error message, A.4.1
Oracle Fail Safe and MSCS deinstallations, 5.4
Oracle Services for MSCS installations, 5.3
sample database creation, 5.2
user rights policy, 5.5
tutorial, 3.2
for Oracle Fail Safe Manager, 3.2
invoking, 1.4
Typical installation
sample file, B.1.1
template file, B.1.1

U

unregistering
Oracle Fail Safe from Microsoft Windows registry, 4.2
Oracle resource administrator DLL files, C.2.2
upgrade steps
Oracle Database software, A.4.1
Oracle Fail Safe software, A.3
other Oracle product software, A.5
upgrades
highly available Oracle Databases, A.4, A.4.1
Oracle Fail Safe software, A.3, A.3
other Oracle products, A.5
performing, A
preparing users for, A.1
recommended order of, A.2
rolling, A
steps for other Oracle products, A.5
troubleshooting, 5.1
user name
supplying when connecting to cluster, 3.1.2

V

variables
DEINSTALL_LIST, B.3.2
DEPENDENCY_LIST, B.3.3
DomainUserName, B.2, B.3.3
FROM_LOCATION, B.3.2
FROM_LOCATION_CD_LABEL, B.3.2
in Session section of response file, B.3.2
INSTALL_TYPE, B.2, B.2, B.2, B.3.3
NEXT_SESSION, B.3.2
NEXT_SESSION_ON_FAIL, B.3.2
NEXT_SESSION_RESPONSE, B.3.2
OPTIONAL_CONFIG_TOOLS, B.3.3
ORACLE_HOME, B.2, B.3.2, B.3.2
ORACLE_HOME_NAME, B.2, B.3.2, B.3.2
Pwd, B.2, B.3.3
SHOW_COMPONENT_LOCATIONS_PAGE, B.3.2
SHOW_CUSTOM_TREE_PAGE, B.3.2
SHOW_DEINSTALL_CONFIRMATION, B.3.2
SHOW_DEINSTALL_PROGRESS, B.3.2
SHOW_END_SESSION_PAGE, B.3.2
SHOW_EXIT_CONFIRMATION, B.3.2
SHOW_INSTALL_PROGRESS_PAGE, B.3.2
SHOW_OPTIONAL_CONFIG_TOOL_PAGE, B.3.2
SHOW_RELEASE_NOTES, B.3.2
SHOW_REQUIRED_CONFIG_TOOL_PAGE, B.3.2
SHOW_ROOTSH_CONFIRMATION, B.3.2
SHOW_SPLASH_SCREEN, B.3.2
SHOW_SUMMARY_PAGE, B.3.2
SHOW_WELCOME_PAGE, B.3.2
TOPLEVEL_COMPONENT, B.3.2
Verify Cluster operation
running after installation, 1.4, 3.1.3

W

Web server
installing components for, 2.2
Windows 2000
See Microsoft Windows 2000
Windows NT
See Microsoft Windows NT Enterprise Edition
Windows Server 2003
See Microsoft Windows Server 2003