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SRVCTL Commands → This section summarizes the SRVCTL commands, objects, and options. Oracle recommends that you use
srvctl stop → an object that you intend to remain stopped after you run a srvctl stop command. See the srvctl … disable command starting with srvctl disable database. Note: If the object is stopped and is not disabled … after you run a stop command. Table A-29 srvctl stop Summary Command Description srvctl stop database
srvctl modify → next restarted. Table A-34 srvctl modify Summary Command Description srvctl modify database Modifies … the configuration for a database. srvctl modify instance Modifies the configuration for an instance … . srvctl modify service Modifies the configuration for a service. srvctl modify asm Modifies the
srvctl relocate → Relocates the named service names from one named instance to another named instance. The srvctl … configuration. The srvctl modify command described permanently changes the service configuration … . Table A-43 srvctl relocate Summary Command Description srvctl relocate service Relocates the named … service names
srvctl status → -45 srvctl status Summary Command Description srvctl status database Obtains the status of a database … . srvctl status instance Obtains the status of a instance. srvctl status service Obtains the status … of services. srvctl status nodeapps Obtains the status of node applications. srvctl
srvctl remove → stop the node applications, database, instance, or service for which you are specifying srvctl remove … required. You must stop the target object before running the srvctl remove command. The srvctl stop … command is described. Table A-63 srvctl remove Summary Command Description srvctl remove database
srvctl disable → srvctl disable command is intended to be used when an object is to be repaired or is down for … . If you specify -i instance_name, then SRVCTL only disables the service from running on the specified … instance. Table A-19 srvctl disable Summary Command Description srvctl disable database Disables the … cluster
srvctl getenv → Gets and displays values for the environment from the configuration file. Use srvctl with the set … databases, instances, services, and node applications. Table A-49 srvctl getenv Summary Command … Description srvctl getenv database Gets the cluster database environment values. srvctl getenv instance Gets … the
srvctl add → The srvctl add command adds the configuration and the Oracle Clusterware applications to the OCR … for the cluster database, named instances, named services, or for the named nodes. To perform srvctl … given with -m db_domain must match the DB_DOMAIN setting. Table A-3 srvctl add Summary Command … Description srvctl
srvctl config → The srvctl config command displays the configuration stored in the OCR. Table A-11 srvctl config … Summary Command Description srvctl config database Displays the configuration information of the … cluster database srvctl config service Displays the configuration information for the services srvctl
srvctl enable → The srvctl enable command enables the named object so that it can run under Oracle Clusterware for … . Table A-15 srvctl enable Summary Command Description srvctl enable database Enables the database … . srvctl enable instance Enables the instance. srvctl enable service Enables a service. srvctl
srvctl start → operations that use a connect string, if you do not provide a connect string, then SRVCTL uses / as … . Table A-23 srvctl start Summary Command Description srvctl start database Starts the cluster database … and its instances srvctl start instance Starts the instance srvctl start service Starts the service
SRVCTL Objects Summary → Table A-2 lists the SRVCTL objects for SRVCTL commands. Use the full name or the abbreviation for … the purpose described. Table A-2 SRVCTL Objects (Nouns) and Abbreviations
SRVCTL Node-Level Tasks → The node-level tasks are: Adding and deleting node level applications. Setting and unsetting the environment for node-level applications. Administering node applications. Administering ASM instances. Starting and stopping a group of programs that includes virtual IP addresses, listeners, and Oracle Notification Services. See Also: Oracle Clusterware Administration and Deployment Guide for information
SRVCTL Commands Summary → Table A-1 summary the SRVCTL commands. Execute SRVCTL commands from the command line and specify … one or more objects with the appropriate options for the command and its objects. Table A-1 SRVCTL Commands Summary
srvctl setenv and unsetenv → unsets values for the environment in the configuration file. Table A-54 srvctl setenv and unsetenv … Summary Command Description srvctl setenv database Administers cluster database environment … configurations srvctl setenv instance Administers instance environment configurations srvctl setenv service … Administers
Administering Services with SRVCTL → When you create a service with SRVCTL, you must start it with a separate SRVCTL command. However … the service. The following sections explain how to use SRVCTL to perform the following … administrative tasks: Creating Services with SRVCTL Starting and Stopping Services with SRVCTL Enabling and
SRVCTL Command Reference → This section presents the SRVCTL command reference: srvctl add srvctl config srvctl enable srvctl … disable srvctl start srvctl stop srvctl modify srvctl relocate srvctl status srvctl getenv srvctl
SRVCTL Cluster Database Configuration Tasks → The database configuration tasks are: Add, modify, and delete cluster database configuration information. Add an instance or a service to, and delete an instance or service from the configuration of a cluster database. Move instances and services in a cluster database configuration and modify service configurations. Set and unset the environment for an instance or service in a cluster database configuration.
SRVCTL Command Syntax and Options → SRVCTL commands, objects, and options are case sensitive. Database, instance, and service names are … case insensitive and case preserving. SRVCTL interprets the following command syntax: srvctl … command object [options] In SRVCTL syntax: srvctl is the command to start the SRVCTL utility.