do you have scripts that manages active-passive mode? or Virtual IP bondingNo.
http://kyuoracleblog.files.wordpress.com/2010/02/best_practices_oracle_clusterware_session355_wp.pdfIs this docs intended generic for DELL?
I have worked with vendor clusterware to do this -- on HPUX MC/ServiceGuard, on Solaris SunCluster, on IBM AIX HACMP, on Tru64 TruCluster. But not scripts on Linux.So you mean you have scripts on each of these 4? Can I borrow them? I will convert them to linux :) I guess they are just similar, right?
Can you suggest only one best option please...I do not have the luxury of time learning and testing all those types of clusterware :(. I know you know what is best for me ;) and the easiest to do.
I specified pairs of OS-Clusterware. NOT HWVendor-Clusterware. Justin has identified an option. There are "free" Linux cluster implementations as well. Your SuseLinux vendor may also be able to offer you something. Oracle, too, has Linux ClusterWare (and 11gR2 Grid Infrastructure can host a 10gR2 database). The work that you have to put in is a. Understand the ClusterWare b. Read the documentation c. Write your own scripts d. Integrate them with the ClusterWare