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ISBN: 
0-9761573-8-1  
ISBN 13
978-0976157380
Library of Congress Number: 2005928149
256 pages
Perfect bind - 9x7
PD 206
Shelving:  Databases/Oracle  Easy Oracle Series # 7

  Personal Oracle RAC Clusters
Create Oracle 10g Grid Computing at Home

Edward Stoever           

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There are countless articles, books and presentations that tout the advantages of using Oracle’s Real Application Cluster technology, yet most DBA's are just too busy to build a clustered server environment to learn about this cutting-edge technology.

Most Oracle students either don't have access to the necessary documentation, or they get confused by shear complexity of this powerful Grid technology.

Furthermore, finding the right hardware to build an at-home RAC for a reasonable price is a huge challenge. This step-by-step guide will teach you to build and configure a Real Application cluster cheap, quick and easy so that you can get the experience you need in order to compete in today's Oracle job marketplace.
 

 


          
            Learn RAC
               Clusters
               at home!
Key Features

* See ready-to-use examples for RAC on Personal Computers

* Build a Oracle Real Application Cluster database, at-home with inexpensive hardware!

* Understand the architecture of RAC and Grid, from the ground-up

* Learn how to set-up cache fusion

* See scripts for monitoring Oracle Grid inter-node mechanisms

* Understand how to replicate a Grid computer on a PC

* Save time by downloading working scripts from our code library!
 

 

About the Author:

Edward Stoever
 

Edward Stoever is the Senior Oracle Database Administrator for Fuller theological Seminary in Pasadena, California. His first exposure to Oracle came in 1999, when he created "Grannymail.com", one of the internet's first sites offering real postal letters and greeting cards sent from a users browser.

Typical to early internet ventures, Grannymail.com vanished from the web in 2002. Shortly after, Edward became an  Oracle Certified Professional, both as a Database Administrator and as an Application Developer. After achieving his certifications, the technical school where Edward trained for his certification hired him as a teacher. As a student and teacher, Edward learned the importance of writing technical instructions that are concise and easily understood.

In 2003, Edward joined the Management Information Services  department at Fuller Seminary. He was quickly promoted to Senior Database Administrator. Edward is a single-father of two daughters, Scarlett and Veronica.

Table of Contents:

1. – Acquiring the Required Hardware

2. - Installing Linux

3. – Fedora Linux Basics

4. – The Basics of Oracle on Linux

5. – Configuring Shared Storage

6. – Installing Oracle 9i Software

7. – Creating and Managing 9i RAC Databases

8. – Installing Oracle 10g Software

9. – Creating and Managing 10g RAC Databases

10. – 9i Instances on 10g CRS and Upgrading a 9i Database

 
11. – Introducing 10g Release 2Appendix A – Linux Commands Used in This Project

Appendix B – Code Depot

Appendix C – Errors, Errors, Errors!

Appendix D – System Rescue and Reverting to an Image

Appendix E – Alternative Linux Windows Managers

Appendix F – Software for the Microsoft Windows Client Machine

Appendix G – Rebuilding 10g CRS Files Without Reinstalling

Appendix H – 10g Database Services for High Availability

Appendix I - Glossary

Oracle RAC for PC Laptops.

Index Topics:

$ORACLE_HOME
$ORACLE_SID
$PATH
A
–a command
ASM
asmcmd
Automatic Storage Management
B
bar.png
bar.png
BASH
BIOS setup
C
Cache Fusion
cd command
chgrp
chkconfig
chown
cksum
Cluster Manager
Cluster Manager Daemon
Cluster Ready Services
Cluster Ready Services Daemon
Cluster Synchronization Services Daemon
comm_voting
cpio
CRS
crs_start
crs_status
crs_unregister
CRS-
D
Database Configuration Assistant
dba_data_files
dba_synonyms
dbca
default.png
E
edit mode
ensure_installed.sh
eth
eth
Event Manager Daemon
ex mode
F
Fedora
Fedora Core Linux
G
gedit
Gimp
global dynamic performance views
Global Services Daemon
gnome-terminal
gnome-toaster
groupadd
gsd
gunzip
gv$
gv$active_instances
gv$buffer_pool_statistics
gv$instance
gv$session
H
hangcheck-timer kernel
I
IDE cable
install_desktop_images.sh
ipconfig
K
kerberos
KVM switch
L
–l command
–la command
Linux
linux noprobe
listener
load_ocfs
Logical Volume Manager
lsnrctl
M
MDSUMMER
mknod
Mount-Point
N
Network Configuration Utility
Network File System
NIC card
O
ocfs
ocfstool
ocrcheck
OFA
oinstall
Optimal Flexible Architecture
ORA-
ORA-
ORA-
ORA-
ORA-
Oracle Cluster File System
Oracle Enterprise Manager
Oracle System Identifier
Oracle
oracleasm
oracm
oraenv
os_prep.sh
P
Partimage
password
PL/SQL Developer
PRKH-
PRKP-
PRKR-
Putty
R
RAC database
racenv
redhat config network
REUSE
rlwrap
root.sh
rsh
S
sqlplus
srvctl
ssh
su
swap partition
T
TOAD
traceroute
Transparent Application Failover
U
umask
umount
useradd
V
v$active_instances
v$asm_disk
v$asm_diskgroup
v$asm_operations
v$datafile
v$instance
vi

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