1 Reply Latest reply on Jan 22, 2013 3:43 AM by Catfive Lander

    confuse about the document

      Hi,all . From the document ,i had confused about the following .

      Automatic Undo Management in Oracle RAC
      url >> http://docs.oracle.com/cd/B19306_01/rac.102/b28759/adminrac.htm#CHDGAIFJ

      Oracle automatically manages undo segments within a specific undo tablespace that is assigned to an instance. Only the instance assigned to the undo tablespace can modify the contents of that tablespace. However, each instance can read the undo data blocks created by any instance. Also, when performing transaction recovery, any instance can update any undo tablespace, as long as that undo tablespace is not currently being used by another instance for undo generation or transaction recovery

      what's the meaning of above that is bold ?
        • 1. Re: confuse about the document
          Catfive Lander
          Say you're running a 2-node RAC and node 2 dies. The services which were running on node 2 now get re-located to node 1. It is then possible that node 1 will perform transaction rollback/recovery and, when it does so, it will need to be able to read from node 2's undo tablespace (and maybe update the undo segment headers in node 2's undo tablespace, too).