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Oracle RAC → See also: Oracle Real Application Clusters
2.7.8 Oracle Real Application Clusters (Oracle RAC) → If you plan to install Oracle RAC, you must first install Oracle Clusterware. See Also: Oracle Real … Application Clusters Installation Guide for Microsoft Windows and Oracle Clusterware Installation … Guide for Microsoft Windows, available on the Oracle Clusterware installation media
Compiling PL/SQL Units for Native Execution → Real Application Clusters (Oracle RAC). On most platforms, PL/SQL native compilation requires no … type, including those that Oracle supplies. Natively compiled program units work in all server … environments, including shared server configuration (formerly called \"multithreaded server\") and Oracle … . See Also:
How PL/SQL Native Compilation Works → Application Clusters (Oracle RAC) environment. The PLSQL_CODE_TYPE compilation parameter determines … subprograms can call each other. PLSQL native compilation works transparently in a Oracle Real
Table 8-3 Comparison of Finer and Coarser Caching Granularity → )(prod_id); END; Result Caches in Oracle RAC Environment Cached results are stored in the system global … area (SGA). In an Oracle RAC environment, each database instance has a private function result cache … are Oracle RAC environment-wide. If results were invalidated only in the local
Advanced Result-Cached Function Topics → Choosing Result-Caching Granularity Result Caches in Oracle RAC Environment Managing the Result Cache
Accessing the ASM Home Page on an Oracle RAC System → On an Oracle RAC system, you access the ASM Home page starting from the Cluster Database Home page … . To access the ASM Home page on an Oracle RAC system: Log in to Oracle Enterprise Manager on any … node that is running the Oracle Management Service (OMS). OMS is automatically started
Overview of Oracle RAC Features → , Oracle RAC database, and the Oracle Notification Service library ( ons.jar ) that is included with the … Reference. Applications use Oracle RAC features to maximize connection performance and availability and to … performance requirements and should implement Oracle RAC
1.3 Oracle RAC Storage Overview → To install Oracle RAC, you need to have configured external shared disks for storing the database … Database files on Oracle RAC. Note that when Database Configuration Assistant (DBCA) configures … files. Refer to the \"Configuring Oracle Real Application Clusters Storage\" chapter in Oracle
7 Using Oracle RAC Features → The following sections are included in this chapter: Overview of Oracle RAC Features Using Fast … Connection Failover Using Run-Time Connection Load Balancing Using Connection Affinity Diagnostics and Statistics for Oracle RAC Features
8.3 Deinstalling Oracle RAC Software → Perform the following procedures to de-install Oracle RAC: Deinstalling Oracle RAC and ASM Using … Administration and Deployment Guide for more information about using Oracle RAC scalability features … of adding and deleting nodes and instances from Oracle RAC
Connection Optimizations for Oracle RAC → Oracle Data Provider for.NET optimizes connection and connection pooling for Oracle RAC database … by balancing work requests across Oracle RAC instances, based on the load balancing advisory and … associated with connections that have been severed due to a down Oracle RAC
Contents → Result Caches in Oracle RAC Environment Managing the Result Cache Hot-Patching PL/SQL Units on Which
7.2 Oracle Cluster Registry in Oracle RAC → DBCA uses Oracle Cluster Registry (OCR) for storing the configurations for the cluster databases … cluster file system, then you must make this file a shared disk device file. Oracle Universal … Installer (OUI) automatically initializes the OCR during the Oracle Clusterware installation.
Diagnostics and Statistics for Oracle RAC Features → UCP for JDBC provides a set of Oracle RAC run-time statistics that are used to determine how well a … connection pool is utilizing Oracle RAC features and are also used to help determine whether the … connection pool has been configured properly to use the Oracle RAC features. The statistics
6.1 Parameter Files and Oracle RAC → (11.1) Oracle RAC documentation for more information about using client-side parameter files … Oracle Database uses parameter settings in parameter files to determine how to control various … file ( SPFILE ) or one or more traditional client-side parameter files. Oracle recommends that you … manage parameters
7.6.2 Parallelizing Queries Across Oracle RAC Nodes → When considering whether to use Oracle Real Application Clusters (Oracle RAC) to improve Oracle … . Oracle RAC is a great solution for improving query throughput. If you can get good performance from … RAC as the query load increases. Further improvements in Oracle
1.4.2 Shared Components of Oracle RAC Installations → For Oracle RAC, you and your system administrator should note that all instances in Oracle RAC
1.4.3 Oracle RAC 11g Release Compatibility → intend to install Oracle RAC, then OUI lets you de-install and re-install Oracle RAC if needed. If you … are running the Oracle9 i release of Oracle RAC, and you want to continue to use that release, then … you must use Oracle9 i Cluster Manager to support the Oracle9 i RAC
E.2 Shut Down Oracle RAC Databases → Shut down any existing Oracle Database instances on each node, with normal or immediate priority … shut down the ASM instance on each node of the cluster. Note: If you are using Oracle Clusterware … or Cluster Ready Services, then you must shut down all Oracle Database instances on all cluster nodes … before modifying the Oracle