1 Reply Latest reply: Dec 31, 2012 12:15 PM by Hussein Sawwan-Oracle RSS

    Concurrent Managers in a Non-PCP RAC environment

    user8828742
      Hi Gurus,

      If one of the RAC instance which is running most of the managers fails in RAC (Non-PCP) environment, what happens to the managers and requests?
      How to ensure failover in this case?
      Is it possible to start all the managers and requests on other RAC instance node without manual intervention?

      Thanks in advance.

      ~Santosh
        • 1. Re: Concurrent Managers in a Non-PCP RAC environment
          Hussein Sawwan-Oracle
          user8828742 wrote:
          Hi Gurus,

          If one of the RAC instance which is running most of the managers fails in RAC (Non-PCP) environment, what happens to the managers and requests?
          How to ensure failover in this case?
          Is it possible to start all the managers and requests on other RAC instance node without manual intervention?

          Thanks in advance.

          ~Santosh
          Please see these docs.

          Failover is Not Working in E-Business RAC Environment. [ID 386685.1]
          Can Automatic Failover Occur With Forms On a Multi-node Oracle RAC Database for E-Business Suite? [ID 1500213.1]
          Using Oracle 11g Release 2 Real Application Clusters with Oracle E-Business Suite Release 12 [ID 823587.1] -- 3.9.2 Set Up PCP
          How to Activate Parallel Concurrent Processing - Background Facts and Setup Steps [ID 602899.1]
          Concurrent Manager Do Not Fail Over When One Rac Instance Goes Down. [ID 1335036.1]

          Thanks,
          Hussein