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Hi,Oracle RAC is part of the database. It is included in the download for the database. To enable it, you MUST have Oracle Clusterware installed and configured.
i have a question, where i can get to download Oracle
RAC 10 release 2?
Howard Rogers has a demo of installing RAC on Linux at www.dizwell.com ... look under exotica
Otherwise go to otn.oracle.com and look for Jeff Hunter under Articles
I must pay to get Oracle RAC or it is free????With Standard Edition, RAC is included in the license, subject to the limitations of Standard Edition
With Enterprise Edition, RAC is a separate priced option of the database but it has no limitations.
Found several discussion re Oracle RAC and benefits
Would agree with your list re RAC benefits
1. High availability
2. Scale Up (do more work in the same time)
3. Speed Up (do the same work in less time)
4. Rolling Upgrades
We currently run our non RAC Oracle database and application servers on a RHEL OS using HP DL380 server hardware.
We are now designing our next Oracle database environment which will utilize dual server, shared SAN running Oracle RAC to provide a high availability environment for 7 X 24 apps like http://www.drivebc.ca
Noticed that your firm is located in Alberta, are you aware of any Oracle RAC installations in Alberta, specifically the Alberta government in Edmonton?
I am aware of several RAC installations, including crown corps. I also teach the official Oracle University RAC course across western Canada, both on VM and with my own 'portable' RAC lab.
Feel free to contact me offline - use email@example.com to establish contact. I'll be in Edmonton at the Scotia Place next week.
You've just reopened a 5 (!) year old thread.
Search the Database forums category, where questions about "where are (the very very old) 10.2 downloads", and similar, have been asked and answered many times before!
Why not just get the current 11.2 release, Or, if you have rights to use 10g, request software shipment by opening a SR at Metalink / MOS.