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Oracle 11g Real Application Clusters Part 2

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Video Title Minutes
00: Course Introduction 5
01: SRVCTL 20
02: RAC Performance 19
03: Adding Nodes 18
04: Reducing RAC components 25
05: Diagnosing RAC Issues 16
06: RAC parameter files 14
07: RAC and High Availability 16
08: RAC and Data Guard 17
09: Configure DataGuard and RAC 18
10: DataGuard and Data Broker 19
11: RAC and ASM 23
12: Patching RAC 22
13: RAC and VMware 18
14: Configuring RAC and VMware 14
15: VMWare Devices 19
16: Why VMWare and RAC 18
17: RAC and Oracle Editions 17
18: Node Management and RAC 18
19: Removing RAC 13
20: RAC and Applications 14
21: Course Summary 7
Course Survey
Total: 6 hours 10 minutes

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Description

This Oracle Real Application Clusters (RAC) online training course, Part 2 of a two-part series, explains Oracle’s Real Application Clusters (RAC). Advanced topics include how to administer the RAC environment. This RAC training course also covers how to implement RAC in a virtual environment.

In order to take this course you need to have taken Oracle Real Application Clusters Part 1, Oracle 10g/11g Database Administration I Part 1 and Part 2 , Oracle 10g/11g Database Administration II Part 1 and Part 2 or have intermediate to advanced Oracle database administrative skills.

Prerequisites

You need to have equivalent experience and have taken Oracle Real Application Clusters Part 1 or have taken the following GogoTraining courses:

 

Objectives

As a result of taking this RAC online training, you will be able to:
• Adding nodes to your RAC
• Deleting nodes from your RAC
• Configuring for High Availability

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Prerequisites

You need to have equivalent experience and have taken Oracle Real Application Clusters Part 1 or have taken the following GogoTraining courses:

 

Oracle 11g Real Application Clusters Part 2 Outline

Module 00: Oracle Real Application Clusters Part 2 Online Training - Course Introduction

Module 01: SRVCTL

  • Using SRVCTL to identify node status
  • Using SRVCTL to start/stop node components
  • Using SRVCTL to start/stop the listeners

Module 02: RAC Performance

  • Identifying RAC performance needs
  • Determining the cause of poor performance with RAC
  • Determining if additional nodes are required

Module 03: Adding Nodes

  • Extending your RAC with command line utilities
  • Extending your RAC using GRID
  • Extending your RAC with Enterprise Manager
  • Exercise-Adding Nodes

Module 04: Reducing RAC Components

  • Determining reasons to reduce the RAC
  • Removing a RAC node
  • Removing RAC with Enterprise Manager
  • Removing RAC with GRID
  • Exercise-Removing Nodes

Module 05: Diagnosing RAC Issues

  • Understanding the CRS log files
  • Understanding the directory architecture
  • Reviewing the RAC dictionary views

Module 06: RAC Parameter Files

  • Identifying RAC specific parameters
  • Create a common parameter file
  • Create a separate parameter file

Module 07: RAC and High Availability

  • Define the High Availability Architecture (HAA)
  • Identify the Data Guard components
  • Define uses for HAA

Module 08: RAC and Data Guard

  • Describe RAC and Data Guard configurations
  • Data Guard and Maximum performance
  • Data Guard and Maximum protection

Module 09: Configure Data Guard and RAC

  • Data Guard Options
  • Configuring Data Guard
  • Data Guard and the command line
  • Exercise-RAC and Data Guard

Module 10: Data Guard and Data Broker

  • Configuring Data Guard and Data Broker
  • Data Broker and RAC
  • Data Guard and RAC

Module 11: RAC and ASM

  • Configure RAC and ASM
  • Defining ASM for RAC
  • ASM devices

Module 12: Patching RAC

  • Identify RAC Patching needs
  • Perform a rolling patch for RAC
  • RAC patch locations

Module 13: RAC and VMware

  • Identifying the VMware components of RAC
  • Selecting the VM Operating System
  • VMware and RedHat

Module 14: Configuring RAC and VMware

  • Installing RAC on a VMware system
  • Installing ASM on a VMware system
  • Creating a RAC database on VMware

Module 15: VMware Devices

  • Configuring the shared devices with VMware
  • VMware and VMWorkstation
  • VMware and VMServer

Module 16: Why VMware and RAC

  • Determining the benefits of VMware and RAC
  • Determining the risks of VMware and RAC
  • License concerns with VMware and RAC

Module 17: RAC and Oracle Editions

  • Enterprise Edition and RAC
  • Standard Edition and RAC
  • RAC and Grid Control

Module 18: Node Management and RAC

  • Starting and stopping individual components of the RAC Node
  • Changing the orapwd file in a RAC environment
  • RAC and Listeners

Module 19: Removing RAC

  • Removing the entire RAC configuration
  • Stopping all components
  • Verify the RAC components are removed

Module 20: RAC and Applications

  • Identify RAC issues and Applications
  • Improving Application performance by deploying RAC
  • Database Performance and RAC

Module 21: Oracle Real Application Clusters Part 2 Online Training - Course Summary

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Course Materials

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  • Student Guide
  • Set Up Guide
  • Exercise Guide

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System Requirements

Hardware:

  • Windows 2008 Server or above
  • 64-bit Processor
  • 4 GB RAM minimum, 8 GB RAM preferred
  • 20 GB free disk space

or

  • Linux: Red Hat Linux, Oracle Linux, SUSE, or Ubuntu
  • 32-bit or 64-bit Processor
  • 4 GB RAM minimum, 8 GB RAM preferred
  • 20 GB free disk space

Software:

Detailed set up will be provided with the course.

  • Oracle Database Enterprise Edition
  • Oracle 11g Release 2 for the appropriate operating system
  • Oracle 11g Release 2 Grid infrastructure for appropriate operating system.  Note the Grid infrastructure software is not available for a Windows based system. 

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