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Re: portable clusterware of rac10G?

From: <jmzhai_at_staff.oos.com.cn>
Date: Sun, 28 Sep 2003 19:24:39 -0800
Message-ID: <F001.005D1501.20030928192439@fatcity.com>


chao_ping:

See following statsments from OracleWorld WP "ORACLE REAL APPLICATION CLUSTERS 10g : THE FOURTH GENERATION":

"Oracle RAC 10g offers a complete clusterware management solution as an integral component of Oracle RAC 10g available on all platforms Oracle Database 10g runs on. This clusterware functionality includes mechanisms for cluster connectivity, messaging and locking, cluster control and recovery, and a services provisioning framework (discussed below). No 3rd party clusterware management software need be purchased. Oracle will, however, continue to support select 3rd party clusterware products on specified platforms."

It seems that 'portable clusterware' is true. Bad news to Veritas,maybe.

> Hi, list:
> Reading document "rac deployment and performance release 1
> document"(Still 10i beta that time), it said:
> 
> Improvements to adding a node
> To add a node, you first connect the hardware according to your hardware
> vendorí»s installation instructions. However, you no longer need to
> install the
> operating system-dependent (OSD) clusterware that is supplied by your
> hardware vendor. In this release, Oracle introduces portable clusterware
> that
> makes adding a node easier.
> See Also: Oracle10i Real Application Clusters Administration for
> procedures on adding nodes and instances and deleting a node
> I know linux/windows has the oracm working , but is it ported to other
> platforms too?Is 10G document avaliable somewhere?
>
>
> Zhu Chao
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