Oracle Database 11g: RAC Database and Oracle Clusterware Administration
Database administrators, consultants, and IT professionals who are personally interested in updating their Oracle skills.
Before taking this course, it is recommended that the student have a general understanding of database administration, as well as the skills and knowledge commensurate with Oracles Database 11g: Administration Workshop I and Workshop II, or equivalent experience.
Oracle Database 11g has many tools available for administering a RAC Database and Oracle Clusterware, including Oracle Enterprise Manager. This course explains how to use Enterprise Manager cluster database pages to administer a RAC database and how to carry out various administration tasks on Oracle Clusterware. It discusses how to manage RAC instances, Oracle Clusterware and resources, voting disks, VIP addresses and the CRS framework, and initialization parameters. This course also demonstrates how to configure backup and recovery in a RAC environment.
RAC Database Administration
- identify how to use Enterprise Manager cluster database pages
- recognize how to start and stop RAC databases and instances
- recognize how to modify initialization parameters in a RAC environment
- identify ways to manage instances in a RAC environment
Oracle Clusterware Administration
- identify ways to manage Oracle Clusterware and resources
- identify the functions of the voting disk and important CSS parameters
- recognize steps you take to configure voting disks
- recognize how to manage OCR files and locations
- recognize the procedure for changing VIP addresses
- recognize how to use the CRS framework to register an application
Managing Backup and Recovery in RAC
- recognize RAC recovery and backup settings
- identify how to use RMAN in a RAC environment
- recognize how to configure backup and recovery in RAC
- perform RAC backup and recovery using Enterprise Manager