Overview

A High Availability Cluster and the Foundation for Oracle RAC.

Oracle Clusterware is a 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 the Oracle multi-instance database, Oracle Real Application Clusters (RAC).

This OD-19c-CAW: Oracle Database 19c: Clusterware Administration Workshop course teaches you general cluster concepts and Oracle Clusterware architecture. In this course you will learn in-depth understanding of installing, configuring, patching and maintaining Oracle Clusterware 19c.

Skills Covered

After completing this course, you will be able to:

  •  Configure a Standalone Flex Cluster
  •  Add a New Hub Node to the Cluster
  • Create an additional ASM disk group
  • Install RAC Database Software
  • Create a RAC Database
  • Start and Stop Oracle Clusterware
  • Add and Remove Oracle Clusterware Configuration Files
  • Perform Backup of the OCR and OLR
  • Configure Network Interfaces Using oifcfg
  • Work with SCANs, SCAN Listeners, and GNS
  • Recover from Voting Disk Corruptions
  • Configure and Use Policy-Based Cluster Management
  • Work with CLUVFY
  • Work with Cluster Health Monitor and Cluster Health Advisor
  • Create and Manage Clusterware Resources and Resource Groups

Who Should Attend

This course intended for Database Administrators and Implementer.

Course Curriculum

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