Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 493662
RFE: Separate the Oracle 10g Failover Instance in Conga to two resources called "Oracle Instance" and "Oracle Listener".
Last modified: 2011-01-13 17:26:18 EST
+++ This bug was initially created as a clone of Bug #472972 +++
Description of problem:
An Oracle database is made up of the 'instance' (the actual running database process), and the 'listener' (the process that provides connectivity and responses to queries).
It would be very helpful to separate the existing "Oracle 10g Failover Instance" resource within Conga to two resources entitled "Oracle Instance" and "Oracle Listener". This will give the end-user the flexibility of having a listener defined as a non-critical service while having the instance be defined as critical.
Currently the supplied oracle resource script does not allow for this sort of flexibility.
Created attachment 461098 [details]
patch that fixes bug
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