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Oracle Solaris Cluster Data Service for Oracle Real Application Clusters Guide
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1.  Installing Support for Oracle RAC

2.  Configuring Storage for Oracle Files

3.  Registering and Configuring the Resource Groups

4.  Enabling Oracle RAC to Run in a Cluster

5.  Administering Support for Oracle RAC

6.  Troubleshooting Support for Oracle RAC

7.  Modifying an Existing Configuration of Support for Oracle RAC

8.  Upgrading Support for Oracle RAC

A.  Sample Configurations of This Data Service

B.  Preset Actions for DBMS Errors and Logged Alerts

C.  Support for Oracle RAC Extension Properties

SUNW.asm_diskgroup Extension Properties

SUNW.crs_framework Extension Properties

SPARC: SUNW.rac_cvm Extension Properties

SUNW.rac_framework Extension Properties

SUNW.rac_svm Extension Properties

SPARC: SUNW.rac_udlm Extension Properties

SUNW.scalable_asm_diskgroup_proxy Extension Properties

SUNW.scalable_asm_instance Extension Properties

SUNW.scalable_asm_instance_proxy Extension Properties

SUNW.scalable_rac_listener Extension Properties

SUNW.scalable_rac_server Extension Properties

SUNW.scalable_rac_server_proxy Extension Properties

SUNW.ScalDeviceGroup Extension Properties

SUNW.ScalMountPoint Extension Properties

SPARC: SUNW.vucmm_cvm Extension Properties

SUNW.vucmm_framework Extension Properties

SUNW.vucmm_svm Extension Properties

SUNW.wait_zc_boot Extension Properties

D.  Command-Line Alternatives


SUNW.scalable_asm_diskgroup_proxy Extension Properties


This property specifies the single-instance Oracle ASM disk group. If required, more than one single-instance Oracle ASM disk group can be specified as a comma separated list.

Data Type: String array

Default: Not applicable

Range: Not applicable

Tunable: When disabled

debug_level (integer)

Note - All SQL*Plus and srvmgr messages that the Oracle ASM disk group resource issues are written to the log file /var/opt/SUNWscor/oracle_asm/message_log.${RESOURCE}.

This property indicates the level to which debug messages for the Oracle ASM disk group resources are logged. When the debug level is increased, more debug messages are written to the system log /var/adm/messages as follows:

No debug messages
Function Begin and End messages
All debug messages and function Begin/End messages

You can specify a different value of the debug_level extension property for each node that can master the resource.

Range: 0–2

Default: 0

Tunable: Any time


Specifies the timeout value, in seconds, that the proxy monitor uses when checking the status of the clustered Oracle ASM disk group resource for which this resource is acting as a proxy..

Range: 5–120

Default: 30

Tunable: Any time


This property specifies the timeout value, in seconds, for the probe command.

Range: 5–120

Default: 60

Tunable: Any time