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  • Latest Post - ‏2011-08-23T14:34:04Z by alethad
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Pinned topic Installation instructions for Non-RAC Oracle data base with PowerHA

‏2011-07-11T16:03:00Z |
Could you tell me how to install Oracle database into two node without RAC, Clusterware?
I would like to use PowerHA only for a cluster software.

AIX 6.1
PowerHA 6.1
Oracle 11g

In addition, I don't have plans to use ASM, GPFS.

Thanks in advance.
Updated on 2011-08-23T14:34:04Z at 2011-08-23T14:34:04Z by alethad
  • yyssw
    yyssw
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    Re: Installation instructions for Non-RAC Oracle data base with PowerHA

    ‏2011-07-11T18:00:19Z  
    If there is a single instance data base, how to migrate on a two node cluster?

    Just I am trying the following steps:
    1. node 1 Install Oracle database (product).
    2. node 2 Install Oracle database (product).
    3. node 1 Create database (data + redologs + control files) on the shared disk.
    Then what files should I copy from node 1 to node 2?

    P.S. Moreover I don't use Smart Assist for Oracle...
  • alethad
    alethad
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    Re: Installation instructions for Non-RAC Oracle data base with PowerHA

    ‏2011-08-23T14:34:04Z  
    • yyssw
    • ‏2011-07-11T18:00:19Z
    If there is a single instance data base, how to migrate on a two node cluster?

    Just I am trying the following steps:
    1. node 1 Install Oracle database (product).
    2. node 2 Install Oracle database (product).
    3. node 1 Create database (data + redologs + control files) on the shared disk.
    Then what files should I copy from node 1 to node 2?

    P.S. Moreover I don't use Smart Assist for Oracle...
    We run Non-RAC Oracle DB's on a couple of 2-Node clusters with full partitions. We have our Oracle installed entirely in its own shared VG/ We also have home directories shared also. Can you not set yours up this way? It's more efficient if you can.

    If you do you don't have to worry about copying files between the nodes. It's a lot of work you are putting on yourself with every update/upgrade also.