Oracle 11g R1/R2 Real Application Clusters Essentials
Design, implement, and support complex Oracle 11g RAC environments for real world deployments
- Understand sophisticated components that make up your Oracle RAC environment such as the role of High Availability, the RAC architecture required, the RAC installation and upgrade process, and much more!
- Get hold of new Oracle RAC components such as the new features of Automatic Storage Management (ASM), performance tuning, and troubleshooting.
- Packed with practical, real-world examples, expert tips and troubleshooting advice on how to administer a complex Oracle 11g RAC environment.
- Bonus Oracle 11g RAC R2 information included with this book and e-book
- This book is the updated release of our previous Oracle 11g R1/R2 Real Application Clusters Handbook. If you already own a copy of that Handbook, there is no need to upgrade to this book.
Oracle RAC or Real Application Clusters is a grid computing solution that allows multiple nodes (servers) in a clustered system to mount and open a single database that resides on shared disk storage. Should a single system (node) fail, the database service will still be available on the remaining nodes. Oracle RAC is an integral part of the Oracle database setup. You have one database with multiple users accessing it, in real time. This book will enable DBAs to get their finger on the pulse of the Oracle 11g RAC environment quickly and easily.
This book will cover all areas of the Oracle RAC environment and is indispensable if you are an Oracle DBA who is charged with configuring and implementing Oracle11g R1, with bonus R2 information included. This book presents a complete method for the configuration, installation, and design of Oracle 11g RAC, ultimately enabling rapid administration of Oracle 11g RAC environments.
This practical handbook documents how to administer a complex Oracle 11g RAC environment. Packed with real world examples, expert tips and troubleshooting advice, the book begins by introducing the concept of Oracle RAC and High Availability. It then dives deep into the world of RAC configuration, installation and design, enabling you to support complex RAC environments for real world deployments. Chapters cover Oracle RAC and High Availability, Oracle 11g RAC Architecture, Oracle 11g RAC Installation, Automatic Storage Management, Troubleshooting, Workload Management and much more.
By following the practical examples in this book, you will learn every concept of the RAC environment and how to successfully support complex Oracle 11g R1 and R2 RAC environments for various deployments within real world situations.
This book is the updated release of our previous Oracle 11g R1/R2 Real Application Clusters Handbook. If you already own a copy of that Handbook, there is no need to upgrade to this book.
What you will learn from this book
- Learn how to administer, implement, and manage Oracle 11g RAC environments for real world deployments
- Discover the key architectural design and installation techniques required to successfully deploy Oracle 11g RAC
- Effectively manage the complex 11g Clusterware, using key troubleshooting tips and techniques
- Successfully implement database creation methods, manage the Oracle RAC database and handle workload in your RAC environment efficiently
- Appropriately plan your backup and recovery strategy
- Know when and how to upgrade your Oracle RAC environment effectively
- Discover how to deploy Oracle 11g RAC with complex standard-off-the-shelf systems like Oracle EBS
- Understand new key features for Oracle 11g R1/R2 RAC and ASM
This book documents how to administer a complex Oracle 11g RAC environment. It covers new RAC components such as ASM’s new features, performance tuning, and troubleshooting. It contains real world examples, expert tips, and troubleshooting advice. This book focuses on Oracle RAC 11g R1 with additional 11g R2 information included.
Who this book is written for
If you are an Oracle DBA who wants to administer Real Application Clusters, then this book is for you. Basic understanding of Oracle DBA is required. No experience of Oracle RAC is required.