Oracle Database Oracle Clusterware Administration and Deployment Guide

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Oracle Database Oracle Clusterware Administration and Deployment Guide

  • Contents
  • Preface
    • Audience
    • Documentation Accessibility
    • Related Documents
    • Conventions
  • What\’s New in Oracle Clusterware Administration and Deployment?
    • Oracle Database 11g Release 1 (11.1) New Features in Oracle Clusterware
  • 1 Introduction to Oracle Clusterware
    • What is Oracle Clusterware?
      • Oracle Clusterware Hardware Concepts and Requirements
      • Oracle Clusterware Software Concepts and Requirements
    • Overview of Oracle Clusterware Platform-Specific Software Components
      • Oracle Clusterware Processes on Linux and UNIX Systems
      • Oracle Clusterware Services on Windows Systems
      • Oracle Clusterware Subcomponent Processes and Background Processes
    • Overview of Installing Oracle Clusterware
      • Oracle Clusterware Version Compatibility
      • About the Oracle Clusterware Installation
    • Overview of Managing Oracle Clusterware Environments
    • Overview of Extending or Removing Oracle Clusterware in Grid Environments
    • Overview of the Oracle Clusterware High Availability Framework and Application Programming Interface
  • 2 Administering Oracle Clusterware
    • Administering Voting Disks
      • Backing Up Voting Disks
      • Recovering Voting Disks
      • Adding, Moving, or Deleting Voting Disks
    • Administering the Oracle Cluster Registry
      • Adding, Replacing, Repairing, and Removing the Oracle Cluster Registry
        • Adding an Oracle Cluster Registry
        • Replacing an Oracle Cluster Registry
        • Repairing an Oracle Cluster Registry Configuration on a Local Node
        • Removing an Oracle Cluster Registry
        • Overriding the Oracle Cluster Registry Data Loss Protection Mechanism
      • Managing Backups and Recovering the Oracle Cluster Registry
        • Overview of Restoring the Oracle Cluster Registry from OCR Backups
        • Restoring the Oracle Cluster Registry on Linux or UNIX Systems
        • Restoring the Oracle Cluster Registry on Windows Systems
      • Diagnosing Oracle Cluster Registry Problems
        • Using the OCRDUMP Utility
        • Using the OCRCHECK Utility
      • Administering the Oracle Cluster Registry with OCR Export and Import Commands
        • Importing Oracle Cluster Registry Content on Linux or UNIX Systems
        • Importing Oracle Cluster Registry Content on Windows Systems
      • Implementing the Oracle HARD Initiative for the Oracle Cluster Registry
      • Upgrading and Downgrading the Oracle Cluster Registry Configuration
    • Changing Network Addresses
      • Changing Public Network Addresses
      • Changing Private Network Addresses
  • 3 Cloning Oracle Clusterware
    • Introduction to Cloning Oracle Clusterware
    • Preparing the Oracle Clusterware Home for Cloning
    • Cloning Oracle Clusterware to Create a New Cluster
    • Cloning to Extend Oracle Clusterware to More Nodes in the Same Cluster
    • Cloning Script Variables Reference
    • Locating and Viewing Log Files Generated During Cloning
  • 4 Adding and Deleting Oracle Clusterware Homes
    • Prerequisite Steps for Adding Oracle Clusterware
    • Adding and Deleting Oracle Clusterware Homes on Linux and UNIX Systems
      • Adding an Oracle Clusterware Home to a New Node On Linux or UNIX Systems
        • Adding an Oracle Clusterware Home to a New Node Using Oracle Universal Installer in Interactive Mode
        • Adding an Oracle Clusterware Home to a New Node Using Oracle Universal Installer in Silent Mode
      • Deleting an Oracle Clusterware Home from a Linux or UNIX System
        • Deleting an Oracle Clusterware Home Using Oracle Universal Installer in Interactive Mode
        • Deleting an Oracle Clusterware Home from a Node that Cannot Be Accessed
    • Adding and Deleting Oracle Clusterware Homes on Windows Systems
      • Adding an Oracle Clusterware Home to a Windows System
      • Deleting an Oracle Clusterware Home from a Windows System
        • Deleting an Oracle Clusterware Home Using Oracle Universal Installer in Interactive Mode
        • Deleting an Oracle Clusterware Home Using Oracle Universal Installer in Silent Mode
  • 5 Making Applications Highly Available Using Oracle Clusterware
    • Overview of Using Oracle Clusterware Commands to Enable High Availability
    • Overview of Managing Custom Applications with Oracle Clusterware Commands
    • Creating Application Profiles
      • Application Resource Profiles
        • Required and Optional Profile Attributes
        • Application Profile Attributes
        • Default Profile Locations
      • Using Entry Points to Manage Resources Using Oracle Clusterware
    • Example of Using Oracle Clusterware Commands to Create Application Resources
      • Using the crs_profile Command to Create An Application Resource Profile
      • Oracle Clusterware Required Resources List
        • Creating VIPs for Applications
      • Application Placement Policies
      • Optional Resources in Placement Decisions
    • Oracle Clusterware Action Program Guidelines
      • How Oracle Clusterware Runs Action Programs
      • User Defined Attributes
      • Windows crsuser Program
    • Using Oracle Clusterware Commands
      • Registering Application Resources
      • Starting Application Resources
      • Relocating Applications and Application Resources
      • Stopping Applications and Application Resources
      • Managing Automatic Oracle Clusterware Resource Operations for Action Scripts
        • Preventing Automatic Restarts
        • Automatically Manage Restart Attempts Counter for Resources
          • RESTART_ATTEMPTS and RESTART_COUNT Failure Scenarios
        • Implications of Restart and Timeout Features for Previous Releases
      • Unregistering Applications and Application Resources
      • Displaying Clusterware Application and Application Resource Status Information
  • A Cluster Verification Utility Reference
    • Using the Cluster Verification Utility
    • Cluster Verification Utility Requirements
    • Understanding CVU Commands, Help, Output, and Nodelist Shortcuts
      • Using CVU Help
      • Verbose Mode and UNKNOWN Output
      • Cluster Verification Utility Nodelist Shortcuts
      • Cluster Verification Utility Configuration File
    • Performing Various CVU Tests
      • Cluster Verification Utility System Requirements Verifications
      • Cluster Verification Utility Storage Verifications
      • Cluster Verification Utility Connectivity Verifications
      • Cluster Verification Utility User and Permissions Verifications
      • Cluster Verification Utility Node Comparisons and Verifications
      • Cluster Verification Utility Installation Verifications
      • Cluster Verification Utility Cluster Integrity Verifications
      • Cluster Verification Utility Oracle Clusterware Component Verifications
      • Cluster Verification Utility Argument and Option Definitions
    • Known Issues for the Cluster Verification Utility
      • Database Versions Supported by Cluster Verification Utility
      • Linux Shared Storage Accessibility (ssa) Check Reports Limitations
      • Shared Disk Discovery on Red Hat Linux
  • B OLSNODES Command Reference
  • C Oracle Interface Configuration (OIFCFG) Command Reference
    • Starting the OIFCFG Command-Line Interface
    • Summary of the OIFCFG Usage
      • OIFCFG Command Format
      • OIFCFG Commands
      • OIFCFG Command Parameters
      • OIFCFG Usage Notes
      • OIFCFG Examples
  • D High Availability Oracle Clusterware Command-Line Reference and C API
    • Using Oracle Clusterware Commands
      • Application Profile Syntax
      • Security and Permissions
    • Oracle Clusterware Commands
      • crs_getperm
        • Syntax and Options for crs_getperm
        • Example of crs_getperm
      • crs_profile
        • Syntax and Options for the crs_profile Command
        • Examples of the crs_profile Command
      • crs_register
        • Syntax and Options for the crs_register Command
        • Example of the crs_register Command
        • Related Commands for the crs_register Command
      • crs_relocate
        • Syntax and Options for the crs_relocate Command
        • Example of the crs_relocate Command
      • crs_setperm
        • Syntax and Options for the crs_setperm Command
        • Example of the crs_setperm Command
      • crs_stat
        • Syntax and Options for the crs_stat Command
        • Examples of the crs_stat Command
      • crs_start
        • Syntax and Options for the crs_start Command
        • Examples of the crs_start Command
      • crs_stop
        • Syntax and Options for the crs_stop Command
        • Examples of the crs_stop Command
        • Status Messages for the crs_stop Command
      • crs_unregister
        • Syntax and Options for the crs_unregister Command
        • Example of the crs_unregister Command
    • C Application Programming Interface to Oracle Clusterware
      • clscrs_init_crs
        • Parameters
        • Returns
        • Syntax
      • clscrs_term_crs
        • Parameter
        • Returns
        • Syntax
      • clscrs_getnodename
        • Parameters
        • Syntax
      • clscrs_env_create
        • Parameters
        • Returns
        • Syntax
      • clscrs_env_set
        • Parameters
        • Returns
        • Syntax
      • clscrs_env_delete
        • Parameters
        • Returns
        • Syntax
      • clscrs_env_format
        • Parameters
        • Returns
        • Syntax
      • clscrs_start_resource
        • Parameters
        • Returns
        • Syntax
      • clscrs_stop_resource
        • Parameters
        • Returns
        • Syntax
      • clscrs_check_resource
        • Parameters
        • Returns
        • Syntax
      • clscrs_register_resource
        • Parameters
        • Returns
        • Syntax
      • clscrs_unregister_resource
        • Parameters
        • Returns
        • Syntax
      • clscrs_stat
        • Parameters
        • Returns
        • Syntax
    • Functions for Managing Resource Structures
      • Export Operations
        • Stringpair Operations
          • clscrs_sp_set
          • clscrs_sp_get
          • clscrs_sp_get_value
        • Splist Operations
          • clscrs_splist_create
          • clscrs_splist_create_and_set
          • clscrs_splist_append
          • clscrs_splist_first
          • clscrs_splist_next
          • clscrs_splist_replace
          • clscrs_splist_delete_sp
          • clscrs_splist_find
          • clscrs_splist_count
          • clscrs_splist_destroy
          • clscrs_res_create
          • clscrs_res_get_name
          • clscrs_res_set_attr
          • clscrs_res_get_attr
          • clscrs_res_get_attr_list
          • clscrs_res_set_attr_list
          • clscrs_res_attr_count
          • clscrs_res_get_op_status
          • clscrs_res_get_registered
          • clscrs_res_get_node_list
          • clscrs_res_destroy
          • clscrs_reslist_create
          • clscrs_reslist_append
          • clscrs_reslist_first
          • clscrs_reslist_next
          • clscrs_reslist_find
          • clscrs_reslist_count
          • clscrs_reslist_delete_res
          • clscrs_reslist_destroy
          • clscrs_get_error_message
          • clscrs_get_fixed_attrlist
        • Resource Operations
        • Resource List Operations
  • E Oracle Cluster Registry Configuration Tool Command Reference
  • F Troubleshooting Oracle Clusterware
    • Monitoring Oracle Clusterware
    • Dynamic Debugging
    • Component Level Debugging
      • Enabling Debugging for CRS, OCR, CSS, and EVM Modules
      • Creating an Initialization File to Contain the Debugging Level
    • Oracle Clusterware Shutdown and Startup
    • Enabling and Disabling Oracle Clusterware Daemons
    • Determining the Active Versions and Software Versions
    • Diagnostics Collection Script
    • Oracle Clusterware Alerts
    • Resource Debugging
    • Checking the Health of the Clusterware
    • Clusterware Log Files and the Unified Log Directory Structure
    • Troubleshooting the Oracle Cluster Registry
      • Using the OCRDUMP Utility to View Oracle Cluster Registry Content
        • OCRDUMP Utility Syntax and Options
        • OCRDUMP Utility Examples
        • Sample OCRDUMP Utility Output
      • Using the OCRCHECK Utility
      • Oracle Cluster Registry Troubleshooting
    • Enabling Additional Tracing for Oracle Clusterware High Availability
      • Generating Additional Trace Information for a Running Resource
      • Verifying Event Manager Daemon Communications
  • G Oracle Clusterware API Messages
  • H Oracle Clusterware Alert Messages
  • Index
    • A
    • B
    • C
    • D
    • E
    • F
    • G
    • H
    • I
    • L
    • M
    • N
    • O
    • P
    • R
    • S
    • T
    • U
    • V
    • W
    • X
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