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Adding and Deleting Nodes and Instances

9 Adding and Deleting Nodes and Instances This chapter describes how to add and remove nodes and instances in Oracle Real Application Clusters (Oracle RAC) environments. You can use these methods when configuring a new Oracle RAC environment, or when resizing an existing Oracle RAC environment. This chapter includes the following sections: Preparing the New Node Verifying the New Node Meets the Prerequisites for...

Administering Backup and Recovery

6 Administering Backup and Recovery To protect the database against data loss and reconstruct the database after data loss, you must devise, implement, and manage a backup and recovery strategy. This chapter describes how to back up and recover an Oracle Real Application Clusters (Oracle RAC) database. This chapter contains the following sections: Overview of Oracle RAC Database Backup and Recovery About the Fast...

Administering Oracle Clusterware Components

5 Administering Oracle Clusterware Components This chapter describes how to administer your Oracle Clusterware environment. It describes how to administer the voting disks and the Oracle Cluster Registry (OCR). This chapter contains the following sections: About Oracle Clusterware Managing the Oracle Clusterware Stack Administering Voting Disks for Oracle Clusterware Backing Up and Recovering the Oracle Cluster...

Monitoring Performance and Troubleshooting

8 Monitoring Performance and Troubleshooting Performance tuning for an Oracle Real Application Clusters (Oracle RAC) database is very similar to performance tuning for a single-instance database. Many of the tuning tasks that you perform on single-instance Oracle databases can also improve performance of your Oracle RAC database. This chapter focuses on the performance tuning and monitoring tasks that are unique to...

Administering Database Instances and Cluster Databases

4 Administering Database Instances and Cluster Databases Web-based Oracle Enterprise Manager Database Control and Grid Control interfaces let you manage Oracle Real Application Clusters (Oracle RAC) databases. The Enterprise Manager console is a central point of control for the Oracle environment. Use the Database Control console to initiate cluster database management tasks. Use the Grid Control console to...

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