This guide provides step-by-step procedures to help you install, deinstall, and upgrade Oracle Fail Safe.


This document is intended for anyone who must perform the initial setup and installation of Oracle Fail Safe on Microsoft Windows systems.

In general, this book defines technical terms and concepts when they are introduced. However, it assumes that you know the underlying operating system and are familiar with basic system administration tasks. Also, you should be familiar with Microsoft Windows Failover Clusters.

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Related Documents

For more information, see the following documents in the Oracle Fail Safe documentation set:

For information about related products, refer to the following documentation:

  • For more information about cluster systems, see the Microsoft Windows Failover Clusters documentation.

  • For more information about other related products, see the documentation for those products.


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