ORACLE RAC – ONLINE TRAINING
- Grid Infrastructure Concepts
- Grid Infrastructure Installation and Configuration
- Administering Clusterware
- Troubleshooting Oracle Clusterware
- ASM Architecture
- Administering ASM Instances
- Administering Disk Groups
- ASM Files, Directories, and Templates.
- Monitoring Performance
- Managing Applications
- Adding and Deleting Nodes and Instances
What is a cluster? Grid foundation components. Oracle clusterware architecture. Oracle Clusterware software and Storage. Describe ASM Architecture. Benefits of RAC. Cluster Products.
Hardware requirements, Network Requirements. DNS and DHCP Configuration. Determining the location of the Oracle clusterware Configuration files. Backing up and Recovering the Voting disk. Adding, Deleting or Migrating Voting disks. Locating the OCR Automatic Backups. Oracle Local Registry. Managing Network settings.
Determining the location of the Oracle clusterware Configuration files. Backing up and Recovering the Voting disk. Adding, Deleting or Migrating Voting disks. Locating the OCR Automatic Backups. Oracle Local Registry. Managing Network settings.
Oracle Clusterware Log Files. Gathering Log Files using diagcollection.pl. Troubleshooting the Oracle cluster Registry.
Overview of ASM. ASM Concepts. ASM Instances. Stripping. Mirroring. Disk group Administration. Discovering Disks. Mounting Disk Groups. Adding and Dropping Disks. Rebalancing Disks.ASM and Multipathing.
ASM Initialization Parameters. Adjusting ASM Instance Parameters in SPFILE’s. Starting and Stopping ASM Instances using srvctl. Starting and Stopping the ASM Listener. Starting and Stopping ASM Instances Containing Cluster files.
Creating and Deleting ASM Disk Groups. ASM Disk Groups Attributes. ASM Disk Group Maintenance Tasks. Preferred Read Failure Groups. Viewing ASM Disk Statistics. Performance and Scalability Considerations for ASM Disk Groups.
Using Different client tools to Access ASM files. Fully Qualified ASM File Name Format. Creating and Managing ASM Files, Directories and Aliases.
Performance views in RAC, Monitoring RAC Databases. Automatic workload Repository (AWR) in RAC. Monitoring RAC Statistics and Events. Work Load Management.
Starting Application resources, Stopping Application Resources. Relocating Application Resources. Unregistering Applications and application Resources.
Cloning Oracle Clusterware and RAC S/W in Grid Environments. Quick start Node and Instance Addition and Deletion Procedures. Adding an Oracle Clusterware Home to a New Node.