Deploying Oracle RAC 11g Release 1 with ASM on AIX 6.1 with IBM DS3400, DS4000 Series, or DS5000 Series Storage Subsystems

Oracle Real Application Clusters (Oracle RAC) supports the deployment of a single database across a cluster of servers, providing excellent fault tolerance, performance, high availability, and scalability.

Oracle RACs are growing in importance in a wide range of customer implementations across all industries for transaction processing and data warehousing applications.

This document provides an overview and some tips and techniques in deploying the Oracle RAC 11g Release 1 database with Oracle RAC on the IBM® AIX® operating system using IBM storage subsystems.

The database storage is administered using the Oracle Automatic Storage Management (Oracle ASM) feature.

This document summarizes the procedure of creating a simple configuration using a two-node cluster to illustrate the principles of performing this type of implementation.

Actual implementations vary in complexity and require significant expertise in all of the technologies involved.

This document is intended to show any deviations from the Oracle installation guide and any enhancements in implementation because of using the DS4800 storage subsystem.

This document does not provide a comprehensive reference for installing all of these components.

For full implementation instructions, refer to the product documentation for the hardware being used, for the AIX operating system, for the Oracle Database, and for Oracle Clusterware.

For IBM storage documentation, contact your IBM business partner or service representative.

See link below

OracleRAC_11g_R1_ASM_DS4k5k_DS3400_AIX61

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