Oracle 11G RAC
KASYFY provides training more practically and effectively. KASYFY is the only place to go if you want to learn ORACLE 11G RAC.
It provides instruction so that ORACLE 11G RAC becomes a part of you when you complete it. Where Oracle Parallel Server finishes, ORACLE 11G RAC begins.
It lets several people access the same database at the same time. Full tolerance, load balancing, and, of course, performance are all ensured. The notion of a shared disc subsystem lies at the heart of this technology. It permits the recovery of that node from other nodes in the event of a system breakdown.
KASYFY provides training not only via lectures and lessons but also through hands-on experience with ORACLE 11G RAC.
Only through experiencing the benefits and drawbacks of this technology, which occurs during KASYFY training, can one fully comprehend its benefits and drawbacks.
Students learn how to set up and execute the process effectively. The course covers all of the aspects of ORACLE 11G RAC in detail. In this branch of technology, the faculty of KASYFY are the finest.
They are specialists in their own right, and they teach their pupils to be experts as well. They educate so that their pupils may excel in their fields and feel good about themselves.
- Oracle Clusterware Concepts
- What is Clustere?
- Oracle Clusterware?
- Oracle Clusterware Architecture
- Grid Plug and Play (GPnP)
- Grid Naming Service (GNS)
- Single Client Access Name (SCAN)
- Shared Storage Planning for Grid Infrastructure 2-4
- OCR and Voting Disk in ASM
- Checking System Requirements
- Checking Network Requirements
- Software Requirements (Kernel)
- Software Requirements: Packages
- Creating Groups and Users
- ASM Initialization Parameters
- Starting and Stopping ASM Instances by Using srvctl.
- Starting and Stopping ASM Instances by Using SQL*Plus.
- Starting and Stopping ASM Instances by Using ASMCA and ASMCMD.
- Creating a New Disk Group
- Mounting and Dismounting Disk Groups
- Dropping Disk Groups
- kASM Dynamic Performance Views
- Installing the Oracle Database Software 11-3
- Creating the Cluster Database 11-7
- Cluster Database Management Options 11-10
- Initialization Parameters 11-15
- Database Storage Options 11-16
- Create the Database 11-17
- Background Processes Specific to Oracle RAC 11-21
- Single Instance to RAC Conversion 11-23
- CRSCTL : manages clusterware-related operations
- SRVCTL : manages Oracle resource related operations
- Adding the Node in the Cluster.
- Deleting the Node in the Cluster.
- Golden Rule in Debugging Oracle Clusterware
- Oracle Clusterware Main Log Files
- Diagnostics Collection Script
- Cluster Verify Utility
- Determining Which Process Caused Reboot
- Using ocrdump to View Logical Contents of the OCR
- Checking the Integrity of the OCR
- OCR-Related Tools for Debugging
- Configuring the Software Library
- Setting Up Patching
- Obtaining Oracle RAC Patches
- Downloading Patches
- Reduced Down-Time Patching for Cluster Environments
- Rolling Patches
- Redo Log Files and RAC
- Automatic Undo Management and RAC
- Starting and Stopping RAC Instances
- Starting and Stopping RAC Instances with SQL*Plus
- Starting and Stopping RAC Instances with srvctl
- Terminating Sessions on a Specific Instance
- How SQL*Plus Commands Affect Instances
- Protecting Against Media Failure
- Media Recovery in Oracle RAC
- Parallel Recovery in RAC
- Archived Log File Configurations
- RAC and the Fast Recovery Area
- CPU and Wait Time Tuning Dimensions
- RAC-Specific Tuning
- RAC and Instance or Crash Recovery
- Instance Recovery and Database Availability
- Instance Recovery and RAC
- Analyzing Cache Fusion Impact in RAC
- Typical Latencies for RAC Operations
- Wait Events for RAC
- Wait Event Views
- Global Enqueue Waits: Overview
- Oracle Services
- Services for Policy- and Administrator-Managed Databases
- Default Service Connections
- Create Service with Enterprise Manager
- Create Services with SRVCTL
- Manage Services with Enterprise Manager
- Managing Services with EM
- Manage Services with srvctl
- Causes of Unplanned Down Time
- Causes of Planned Down Time
- Oracle’s Solution to Down Time
- RAC and Data Guard Complementarity
- Maximum Availability Architecture
- RAC and Data Guard Topologies
- RAC and Data Guard Architecture
- Data Guard Broker (DGB) and Oracle Clusterware (OC)
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