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      • 15. Re: OCFS2 vs Vendor Clusterware
        Hemant K Chitale
        So you mean you have scripts on each of these 4?
        No, I do not have them. They are at customer sites.


        Hemant K Chitale
        • 16. Re: OCFS2 vs Vendor Clusterware
          Hemant K Chitale
          What I do know is that you are not putting in effort to study, understand and learn it yourself. You want the "best" one delivered to you on a platter.

          I suggest that you start here http://lmgtfy.com/?q=Linux+Cluster which returned https://www.suse.com/products/highavailability/



          Hemant K Chitale
          • 17. Re: OCFS2 vs Vendor Clusterware
            yxes2013
            Those are just sales advertisement for SLES SP2 :)

            Maybe I will go for Oracle because it is readily downloadable ;)

            ***Oracle Linux ClusterWare (and 11gR2 Grid Infrastructure can host a 10gR2 database).

            The work that you have to put in is

            a. Understand the ClusterWare >> Oracle clusterware
            b. Read the documentation >> Oracle clusterware
            c. Write your own scripts
            d. Integrate them with the ClusterWare >> Oracle clusterware

            I am right? Is 11gR2 Grid Infra the same as or mandatory for >> Oracle clusterware? Or is it optional?


            Thanks
            • 18. Re: OCFS2 vs Vendor Clusterware
              yxes2013
              apua :(

              Edited by: yxes2013 on 2.4.2013 1:57
              • 19. Re: OCFS2 vs Vendor Clusterware
                Hemant K Chitale
                Those are just sales advertisement for SLES SP2
                Is that so ? Really ?
                Is 11gR2 Grid Infra the same
                Why don't you figure it out yourself now. http://docs.oracle.com


                Hemant K Chitale
                • 20. Re: OCFS2 vs Vendor Clusterware
                  yxes2013
                  I got this :)
                  Oracle Clusterware is portable cluster software that allows clustering of independent servers so that they cooperate 
                  as a single system. Oracle Clusterware was first released with Oracle Database 10g Release 1 as the required cluster 
                  technology for Oracle Real Application Clusters (RAC). Oracle Clusterware is an independent server pool infrastructure, 
                  which is fully integrated with Oracle RAC, capable of protecting any kind of application in a failover cluster. 
                  
                  Oracle Clusterware 11g Release 2 sets a milestone in the development of Oracle’s server pool solution. 
                  Oracle Clusterware, combined with Oracle Automatic Storage Management (ASM), is Oracle’s private cloud 
                  infrastructure software (Oracle Grid Infrastructure). The integration of these two technologies sets a new level in 
                  the management of private cloud based applications.
                  The Oracle Grid Infrastructure provides the necessary components to manage high availability (HA) for any business 
                  critical application. Oracle Grid Infrastructure Bundled Agents are Oracle Grid Infrastructure components that support 
                  a complete HA framework for applications. This framework is an intuitive,  ready to use HA solution that offers
                  pre-defined Oracle Grid Infrastructure resource configurations and agents to integrate applications, infrastructure 
                  resources and the Oracle RDBMS for complete HA. 
                  It seems complicated to setup :(

                  So, I can use this on SLES 10 and Oracle 10R2 database right? Instead of operating system clusterware.
                  On 2 units Dell poweredge servers and a DAS storage which can be mounted on both one at a time (active-passive).
                  • 21. Re: OCFS2 vs Vendor Clusterware
                    Hemant K Chitale
                    I believe that you will find this documentation : http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E11882_01/rac.112/e16794/crschp.htm#CHDGHGJA complicated.
                    Particularly because you don't have any prior experience with managing shared storage, managing a cluster, writing restart and monitoring scripts.

                    In the past few days that you've had these forums threads opened you could have spent the time reading up and practicing.


                    Hemant K Chitale
                    • 22. Re: OCFS2 vs Vendor Clusterware
                      yxes2013
                      Making Applications Highly Available Using Oracle Clusterware
                      Why applications :( ...I only want database highly available to save from more work, and not to worry my applications because i care only for the database. :)
                      In the past few days that you've had these forums threads opened you could have spent the time reading up and practicing.
                      I want to practise but I do not know where to start right. It is quite frustrating if you practise the wrong way wasting your time and energy ;)

                      Thankssss...
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