Oracle10g Real Application Clusters for Administrators Training in Daytona Beach

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Course Description

This hands-on course teaches students all aspects of Oracle 10g RAC administration. Students will begin with a solid foundation in Oracle Clusterware and RAC architecture. Students will then install and configure both Clusterware and the database software, as well as cover the administration of both pieces of software using command line utilities. Important topics such as failover, flashback, and backup and recovery are all covered in detail. Students will get hands-on experience with Automatic Storage Management. The course ends with troubleshooting and tuning a RAC system.
Course Length: 5 Days
Course Tuition: $2090 (US)


Oracle 10g Database Administration and at least 6 months of administration experience recommended.

Course Outline


1.  Cluster Architecture

Cluster Architecture

Shared Storage

Nodes and Interconnects

Virtual IP Addresses

Oracle Software

Oracle Cluster Registry (OCR)

The RAC Voting Disk

2. Oracle Clusterware

What is Oracle Clusterware?

Oracle Clusterware Components

Oracle Clusterware Processes

Oracle Clusterware and Shared Storage

Oracle Clusterware Preinstallation Steps

Node Preparation

Configuring SSH User Equivalency

Installing Oracle Clusterware

cluvfy – The Cluster Verification Utility

Oracle Clusterware Postinstallation Steps

3. Installing DB Software and Creating a RAC Database

Installation Overview

Configuring the OS Environment

Verifying System Readiness with the CVU

Installing the Database Software

Troubleshooting Installation Setup

Recommended Postinstallation Tasks

Running the VIPCA

Creating a Cluster Database Using DBCA

Database Pre-Creation Tasks

Initialization Parameters

4. RAC Database Architecture

Oracle Single-Instance Architecture

Overview of RAC

RAC Architecture

RAC Instances and Parameter Files

RAC Database Components

RAC Instance Background Processes

Global Resource Directory

Overview of Cache Fusion

Cache Fusion Components – GES and GCS

Cache Fusion Components – Resource Master and GRD

Cache Fusion Background Processes

Application Connection to RAC

5. Managing Oracle Clusterware

About Oracle Clusterware

Backing Up and Recovering Voting Disks

Adding and Removing Voting Disks


Changing the OCR Configuration

Adding and Removing an OCR Location

Backing Up and Recovering the OCR

Restoring from Automatic OCR Backups

Moving or Replacing the OCR

Repairing the OCR Configuration

Troubleshooting the OCR

6. RAC Instance Management

Overview of RAC Instance Management

Starting and Stopping a RAC Database

Starting and Stopping a RAC Instance

RAC Database Identical Parameters

RAC Database Unique Parameters

Changing Parameter Values

Administering Undo Tablespaces in RAC

Administering Redo Logs in RAC

7. RAC Utilities

The ocrcheck Utility

The ocrdump Utility

The crs_stat Utility

The crsctl Utility

The Server Control (SRVCTL) Utility











8. Services

Overview of Services

Types of Services

Creating Services with DBCA

Creating Services with SRVCTL

Preferred and Available Instances for Services

Using Services

Managing Services

Service Views

Tracing with Services

9. Failover

Transparent Application Failover (TAF)

Client-Side vs. Server-Side TAF

Configuring TAF on the Client

Configuring TAF on the Server

Using OEM to Configure TAF

Using SRVCTL to Configure TAF

Using DBCA to Configure TAF


Connecting to the Database with TAF

Monitoring TAF Connections

10. RAC Backup and Recovery

Overview of RAC Backup and Recovery

Log Archiving in RAC

Undo Tablespaces in RAC

Using Flashback Features in RAC

Deploying a Flash Recovery Area in RAC

Performing RMAN Backups of a RAC Database

Performing Non-RMAN Backups

Preparing to Restore and Recover with RMAN

Recover the RAC Database with RMAN

Recovering Without RMAN

11. Cluster Management

Overview of Cluster Management Tasks

Extending the Clusterware Home Directory

Extending the ASM Home Directory

Extending the Database Software Home Directory

Creating a Listener on the New Node

Creating the New Instance

Verifying the New Instance

Removing a Node

12. Automatic Storage Management

ASM Overview


Installing ASM

Creating an ASM Instance

ASM Initialization Parameters

Accessing an ASM Instance

ASM Startup and Shutdown

Creating a Disk Group

Changing a Disk Group

Creating and Managing a Database

Using Oracle-Managed Files

Creating and Managing a Tablespace

Creating and Managing Redo Logs

Creating and Managing Control Files

Creating and Managing Archive Logs

13. ASM in a RAC Environment

Overview of ASM and RAC

Migrating a RAC Database to ASM

Overview of Recovery Manager

(RMAN) and ASM

Creating ASM Instances for a RAC Database

Migrating SPFILEs

Migrating Tablespaces

ASM and RAC Specifics

14. RAC Troubleshooting

The Oracle Clusterware Alert Log

Clusterware Component Log Files

Using crsctl to Diagnose Cluster Issues


Checking Interconnect Settings

Verifying Clusterware Component Integrity

Verifying Cluster Registry Integrity

Verifying Cluster Integrity

RAC Database Alerts

The racdiag.sql Script

The oradebug Utility

15. RAC Tuning

RAC Tuning Methodology

Using Performance Views in RAC

Monitoring Cache Fusion

Global Cache Latencies

Monitoring Cache Transfers

OEM – Cluster Database Performance

OEM – RAC-Related Reports

Using AWR in the RAC Environment

Generating AWR Reports

Analyzing AWR Reports

Using ADDM in the RAC Environment

Analyzing ADDM Reports

RAC Tuning Tips

16. Appendix – Preparing a RAC Node

Checking the Hardware Requirements

Identifying Network Requirements

Verifying the Installed Operating System

and Software Requirements

Configuring Operating System Users and Groups

Generating RSA and DSA Keys

Adding the Keys to an Authorized Key File

Configuring SSH User Equivalency

Configuring the Operating System Environment

Configuring the Network

Verifying the Network Configuration

Preparing the Operating System and Software

Configuring Installation Directories and Shared Storage

Choosing Directories

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