Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 182423
Doc. Notes + resource agent for Oracle 10g Database Failover
Last modified: 2009-04-16 16:19:49 EDT
Description of problem:
There is nothing in the RHCS4 documentation or tools which aids users with
installing install Oracle 10g in CFC (Cold failover cluster) environments.
Created attachment 125031 [details]
Starting point - Modified Oracle 10g iAS CFC script from certification on RHEL2.1/RHCS3
Pl put a document for oracle 10g installation in RHCS4 cluster .
Pl put a document for oracle 10g installation in RHCS4 2node active/passive
The OUI_HOSTNAME=xxx parameter as documented here:
...does not seem to apply to 10gR2 generally - only the EM component.
Created attachment 125371 [details]
first draft of a howto
Requires a web browser. Also requires at least RHEL4U2 and RHCS4U2.
(In reply to comment #2)
> Pl put a document for oracle 10g installation in RHCS4 cluster .
dear lon ,
I think it will help me.If any further requirment is there i will mail you.
Place all comments (things that work, things that do not work) in this bugzilla.
Oracle 10g Release 2 ships with the ability to run Oracle Clusterware and set up
a single-instance databases for failover in cluster environments.
Using RHCS to do this is, therefore, not necessary.
I've setup a similar environment in a customer, following this howto, but after
updating to RHEL4U3 I cannot longer preload hostname.so, therefore there's no
way to enable iSQL and EM.
The error message is that java is unable to preload hostname.so
Any hints on what to correct? I've already recompiled the file, following script
I've updated the agent and notes:
The updates were targeted for RHEL5, but should also apply to RHEL4 (since it's
the same doc + agent + application + version - i.e. still Oracle 10g Release 2)
Those who followed the older guide should only need to update their resource agent .
From one node if you run the command emca ( please see the option its like :
emca recreate dbconsole ) from both the nodes one by one , but besure when you
run the command the db should be control of that node.
(In reply to comment #10)
> I've setup a similar environment in a customer, following this howto, but
> updating to RHEL4U3 I cannot longer preload hostname.so, therefore there's no
> way to enable iSQL and EM.
> The error message is that java is unable to preload hostname.so
> Any hints on what to correct? I've already recompiled the file, following
Also, per comment #10 - the new agent I noted in comment #12 does not use
An advisory has been issued which should help the problem
described in this bug report. This report is therefore being
closed with a resolution of ERRATA. For more information
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