OracleAS 10g: Managing and Configuring Clusters

This course is included in our On-demand training solution.


To explain how to manage and configure clusters in OracleAS 10g

Target Audience

DBAs, developers, and other IT professionals planning to take Oracle Application Server 10g certification examinations; anyone interested in the technical aspects of Oracle Application Server 10g


Working experience with Linux operating systems; some experience in Internet-based-application administration and development would be beneficial; a good understanding of Oracle Application Server components and concepts

Expected Duration

190 min.

Course Objectives

OracleAS 10g: Managing and Configuring Clusters

  • explain clustering and describe how OracleAS Web Cache clusters work.
  • configure Web Cache cluster members and settings, and identify how to invalidate the cache.
  • configure session binding and monitor cache cluster performance.
  • configure web cache cluster settings, add an additional web cache to a cache cluster, and obtain performance statistics for the web cache.
  • create an OracleAS Farm using a file-based repository.
  • identify the characteristics of OracleAS clusters managed using a repository.
  • identify the role of OPMN, DCM, and mod_oc4j in OracleAS cluster management.
  • create, stop, and start an OracleAS cluster, add and remove instances, and identify how to create an OracleAS cluster using dcmct1.
  • create clusters and add standalone instances.
  • outline the architecture of OracleAS Infrastructure Cold Failover Clusters and identify how to install middle tiers in a CFC environment.
  • identify the steps involved in installing and starting an OracleAS Infrastructure in a Cold Failover Cluster and identify how to manage and test a failover.