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Chapter 6 of the Oracle GG install guide has a section on RAC that is relevant.1 person found this helpful
If you installing GG in RAC Install it in ACFS. So , if the active node fails, you can start the processes from another node without making any changes to the parameter files
There is a lot of detail in docs as mentioned and there are several great articles on support.oracle.com (just search "goldengate rac"), but released since Oracle Open World 2012 is the Oracle Clusterware GoldenGate bundled agent.
See "Oracle Grid Infrastructure Bundled Agents 11g Release 2 (188.8.131.52.0)" at:
One thing I'd also like to highlight is that if you're going to be taking nodes offline and online on some sort of regular basis then you'll notice one of those support articles details how to do this with "classic" extract and its something that takes a bit of practice. So if you are doing this often then using "integrated extract/capture" will save you time because it's handled automatically.