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Yes, cloning is much faster than the actual installation. When cloning a source Oracle Home, all source home patches and settings are seamlessly cloned to the new home.
Cloning is much faster than manually creating new homes and applying all source home patches and settings.
Please take care of the following :
1. Central Inventory
2. Check the installed options once in DR-Server
Hope it helps....
Check this out:
Very simple procedure, and take only a few minutes!
Hi, Thanks for the replies, but is this the same when I clone a RAC oracle_home to a SINGLE ORACLE_HOME?
Have you read the article I sent you on previous post?
Just make sure on inventory.xml to remove the NODE_LIST tag. (Use only HOME NAME)
cat / u01/app/oraInventory/ContentsXML/inventory.xml * Observe new ORACLE HOME (...) <HOME NAME="OraDb11g_dbhome_2" LOC="/u01/app/oracle/product/220.127.116.11/dbhome_2" TYPE="O" IDX="4"> <NODE_LIST> <node NAME="servidor1"/> <node NAME="servidor2"/> <node NAME="servidor3"/> <node NAME="servidor4"/> </ NODE_LIST> (...)
Beside the notes - oracle should also be relinked with rac_off when changing from rac to single:
make -f ins_rdbms.mk rac_off ioracle