Oracle RAC Training Module

Oracle RAC

  • A Cluster consist of elements connected with servers as if they are visible to one server to end users.
  • Oracle RAC authorize to culster Oracle database.
  • The Clusterware is been used as the infrastructure from Oracle RAC to tie with multiple servers so they operate as a sigle system.
  • Duration

    40 Hours

    Oracle RAC
      1. Introduction
    • a. What is a ClusterOracle Real Application Clusters (RAC)
    • b. Advantage of using RAC
    • c. Clusters High Availability, Scalability and Performance
    • d. Oracle Real Application Clusters Architecture
    • e. Cache fusion
    • f. Multi instance transaction behaviour
    • g. Extra background process in RAC
    • 2. Installation of Oracle Clusterware (CRS) and configuration
    • a. Oracle RAC 10g Installation: Outline
    • b. Pre-Installation Tasks
    • c. Hardware Requirements
    • d. Network Requirements
    • e. The oracle User Environment Setup & User Shell Limits
    • f. Linux Operating System Parameters
    • g. Cluster Setup Tasks
    • h. Storage for Cluster
    • i. Oracle Cluster Registry File
    • j. Voting Disk File
    • k. Verifying the Oracle Clusterware Installation
    • l. Cluster verify utility (CLUVFY)
    • 3. ASM with RAC
    • a. ASM Overview
    • b. Installation of ASM Instances
    • c. Managing ASM Disk Groups and Instances.
    • d. ASM Instance and Crash Recovery in RAC
    • 4. RAC Software Installation & Database Creation
    • a. Oracle database software installation
    • b. Cluster database creation
    • c. Post installation tasks
    • 5. Oracle Clusterware Administration & Debugging
    • a. Oracle Cluster registry (OCR)
    • b. Voting disk
    • c. VIP Addresses
    • d. Debugging Clusterware log files
    • g. Workload distribution
    • h. Transparent application failover
    • 6. RAC Administration
    • a. Starting and Stopping RAC Instances
    • b. Creating and Registering Instances
    • c. Transparent Application Failover (TAF)
    • d. Database files with RAC
    • e. Initialization Parameter Files
    • f. Trace & Alert logs.
    • g. Undo management
    • h. Temporary table space monitoring
    • 7. RAC Services
    • a. What is a Service
    • b. Advantage of using service
    • c. Possible service configuration
    • d. Creation and maintenance of services using SRVCTL, DBCA,EM
    • e. Statistics gathering and tracing to check performance of Services
    • f. Service performance views
    • g. Workload distribution
    • h. Transparent application failover
    • 8. Performance Monitoring
    • a. Finding & Monitoring the Sessions
    • b. Session and system statistics
    • c. Finding and Resolving Locks across Instances
    • d. Cache Fusion impact & events in RAC
    • e. Wait events & Wait event views
    • f. Generating AWR Snapshots & Reports in RAC
    • g. Doing ADDM analysis
    • 9. Backup and Recovery in RAC
    • a. Protecting Against Media Failure
    • b. Archived Log File Configurations & Conventions
    • c. RAC and the Flash Recovery Area
    • d. Oracle Recovery Manager
    • e. Distribution of Backups
    • 10. Workshop and Case Studies
    • a. Single instance to RAC conversion
    • b. Cloning a RAC Instance
    • c. No archive log to Archive log conversion
    • d. Node addition and deletion
    • e. Patching RAC software and Clusterware

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