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Understand Oracle cluster Architecture
Install an Oracle cluster
Create a Oracle RAC database
Manage Oracle RAC instances
Use Oracle RAC utilities
Set up failover
Set up Backup and Recovery
Manage clusters
Troubleshoot Oracle RAC
Course Topics of Oracle RAC

Cluster Architectural

cluster Architecture
Shared Storage
Nodes and Interconnects
Virtual IP Addresses
Oracle Software
Oracle Cluster Registry (OCR)
The RAC Voting Disk
Oracle Clusterware

What is Oracle Clusterware ?

Oracle Clusterware Components
Oracle Clusterware Processes
Oracle Clusterware and Shared Storage
Oracle Clusterware Preinstallation Steps
Node Preparation
Configuraing SSH User Equivalency
Installing Oracle Clusterware
cluvfy – The Cluster Varification Utility
Oracle Clusterware Postinstallation

Installing DB Software and Creating a RAC Database

Installation Overview
Configuring the OS Envirionment
Verifying System REadiness with the CVU
Installing the Database Software
Troubleshooting Installation Setup
Recommended Postinstallation Tasks
Running the VIPCA
Creating a Cluster Database Using DBCA
Database Pre-Creation Tasks
Initialization Parameter

RAC Database Architecture

Oracle Single-Instance Architecture
Overview of RAC
RAC Architecture
RAC Instance and Parameter Files
RAC Database Components
RAC Instance Background Processes
Global Resource Direcotry
Overview of Cache Fusion
Cache Fusion Components – GES and GCS
Cache Fusion Background processes
Application Connection to RAC

Managing Oracle Clusterware

About Oracle Clusterware
Backing Up and Recovering Voting Disks
Adding and Removing Voting Disks
Changing the OCR Configuration
Adding and Removing an OCR Location
backing Up and Recovering the OCR
Resotring from Automatic OCR Backups
Moving or Replacing the OCR
Repairing the OCR Configuration
Troubleshooting the OCR

RAC Instance Management

Overview of RAC Instance Management
Starting and Stoping a RAC Database
RAC Database Identical Parameters
RAC Database Unique Parameters
Changing Parameter Values
Administering Undeo Tablespaces in RAC
Administering Redo Logs in RAC

RAC Utilities

The ocrcheck Utilitiy
The ocrdump Utility
The crs_stat Utility
The crsctl Utility
The Server Control (SRVCTl) Utility


Overview or Services
Types of Servicers
Creating Services with DBCA
Creating SErvices with SRVCTL
Preferred and Available Instances for Services
Using Services
Managing Services
Service Views
Tracing with Services


Transparent Application Failover (TAF)
Client-Side vs. Server-Side TAF
configuring TAF on the client
Configuring TAF on the Server
Using SRVCTL to Configure TAF

Overview of RAC Backup and Recovery

Log Archiving in RAC
Undo Tablespaces in RAC
Using Flashback Features in RAC
Deploying a Flash Recovery Area in RAC
Performing RMAN Backups of a RAC Database
Performing Non-RMAN Backups
Preparing to Restore and Recover with RMAN
Recover the RAC Database with RMAN
Recovering Without RMA

Cluster Management

Overview of Cluster Management Tasks
Extending the Clusterware Home Directory
Extending the ASK Home directory
Extending the Database Software Home Direcotory
Creating a Listener on the New Node
Creating the New Instance
Verifying the New Instance
Removing a Node

RAC Troubleshooting

The Oracle Clusterware Alert Log
Clusterware Component Log Files
Using crsctl to Diagonose Cluster Issues
Using diagcollection
Checking Interconnect Setting
cluvfy – Verifying clusterware Component Integrity
cluvfy – verifying Cluster Registry Integrity
cluvfy – Verifying Cluster Integrity
RAC Database Aletrts
The racdiag.sql Script
The oradebug Utility

RAC Tuning

RAC Tuning Methodology
Using Performance Views in RAC
Monitoring Cache Fusion
Global Cache Latencies
Monitoring Cache Transfers

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