Oracle RAC

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Oracle RAC uses Oracle Clusterware for the infrastructure to bind multiple servers so they operate as a single system.Oracle Clusterware is a portable cluster management solution that is integrated with Oracle Database. Oracle Clusterware is also a required component for using Oracle RAC. In addition, Oracle Clusterware enables both single-instance Oracle databases and Oracle RAC databases to use the Oracle high-availability infrastructure. Oracle Clusterware enables you to create a clustered pool of storage to be used by any combination of single-instance and Oracle RAC databases.

Oracle Clusterware is the only clusterware that you need for most platforms on which Oracle RAC operates. You can also use clusterware from other vendors if the clusterware is certified for Oracle RAC.

Yoinsights is the ultimate Oracle 11g RAC training institute. We can proudly say that students trained at our institute have very good command on the subject than those trained elsewhere. Course material covering all the topics is given to help the students learn better. Daily assignments and regular assessments are conducted to help groom their technical skills. Good learning environment, regular assistance and well cataloged training procedures are the key features of Yoinsights Oracle RAC Training in Surat, Gujarat.

COURSE CONTENT

Introduction
  1. Introduction of Clusters
  2. Types of Cluster
  3. Components of a Cluster
  4. Hardware
  5. Requirement for Clusters
  6. Define Oracle Real Application Clusters
  7. List the advantages of using RAC
  8. RAC Architecture And Concepts
  9. SGA structures
  10. Background processes

Oracle 11g RAC Installation
  1. Operating System preparation for RAC
  2. Introduction to Network hardware
  3. Private and public network configuration
  4. SHMMAX and Semaphores for Oracle11g RAC
  5. Groups and Users for Oracle software
  6. Cluster Setup Tasks
  7. Introduction to 11g RAC daemons
  8. Installing Cluster Ready Services
  9. Install Database Software.

Storage Options for RAC Database files
  1. Introduction to ASM
  2. Advantages of ASM
  3. Parameters used to configure ASM. Creating ASM instance in RAC
  4. Introduction to OCFS2
  5. Advantages of OCFS2
  6. Database creation in RAC
  7. Required RAC database files. Parameters used for RAC database
  8. RAC Initialization Parameter Files
  9. Creating the Cluster Database
  10. Manage redo log groups in a RAC environment
  11. Manage undo tablespaces in RAC Environment

Administrating RAC
  1. Enabling and Disabling instances
  2. Working with spfile in RAC Environment
  3. Archiving schemes in RAC
  4. Management of OCR and Voting Disk (Adding Removing)

MANAGING BACKUP AND RECOVERY IN RAC
  1. Consideration for Logical Backups in RAC
  2. Consideration of Flash Recovery Area in RAC
  3. Physical Backup and Recovery in RAC through RMAN

High availability connections configuration
  1. Configure client side connect-time load balancing
  2. Configure server side connect-time load balancing
  3. Fast Application Notification (FAN)
  4. Configure server side callouts
  5. Configure Transparent Application Failover (TAF)
  6. Configure and manage Services

Enterprise Manager
  1. Enterprise manager configuration for RAC.emctl commands for EM
  2. Administrating Services with EM
  3. Administering Alerts with EM
  4. Configuration of backup with EM

RAC administration with srvctl commands
  1. Starting and stopping instances and database
  2. Managing services with srvctl commands
  3. Installation of OCFS2

DESIGN FOR HIGH AVAILABILITY
  1. Migration to RAC (single instance to multi-instance)
  2. Adding and deleting nodes in existing RAC.

RAC PERFORMANCE TUNING
  1. Determine RAC specific tuning components
  2. Automatic Workload Repository
  3. Automatic Database Diagnostic
  4. Monitoring in RAC
  5. EM Cluster Database Performance pages