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difference between crsctl and srvctl [message #555102] Mon, 21 May 2012 06:56 Go to next message
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hello i am new to rac i just read basic of rac now
can you just help me to difference between this two commeand to start this rac database


srvctl start database -d ORCL

crsctl start cluster -all

if i run this above command this both command impact its same or different
Re: difference between crsctl and srvctl [message #555116 is a reply to message #555102] Mon, 21 May 2012 09:13 Go to previous messageGo to next message
BlackSwan
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if you have RAC, then you can do both to see both results.
if you have no RAC, then results are not relevant for you.
Re: difference between crsctl and srvctl [message #555288 is a reply to message #555116] Wed, 23 May 2012 00:35 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Thanks BlackSwan for giving me reply
Dear yeah we have RAC database here but its live database
and so i can not check on this live database
just so that reason i asked you this question here
if you help me so i am so much thankful to you
i am already new in this RAC database concept
Re: difference between crsctl and srvctl [message #555294 is a reply to message #555288] Wed, 23 May 2012 01:15 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Your srvctl command will attempt to start the instances associated with one database. Are you sure your crsctl command is valid Clusterware 10g syntax?
Re: difference between crsctl and srvctl [message #555310 is a reply to message #555294] Wed, 23 May 2012 03:07 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Thanks John for reply

yeah john we have one database only

name orcl

and two instances orcl1 and orcl2

yeah i search on google so many say

start and stop database with srvctl start database -d ORCL

and so many metion crsctl command also
so i just want to asked you
which command i can use
this srvctl or this crsctl
both are same or different
Re: difference between crsctl and srvctl [message #555317 is a reply to message #555310] Wed, 23 May 2012 03:33 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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You didn't answer the question: "Are you sure your crsctl command is valid Clusterware 10g syntax?"

Regards
Michel
Re: difference between crsctl and srvctl [message #555342 is a reply to message #555102] Wed, 23 May 2012 05:26 Go to previous messageGo to next message
vijenderkdba
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hi,

to my knowledge this command is not valid command in before 11g version of oracle.
crsctl start cluster all(we can stop all the services at time in oracle 11g r2 version)

if you use srvctl commands you need to follow some steps to down or up rac sysstem.
if you want to down the rac system
1. emctl stop dbconsole
2. srvctl stop database -d <dbname>
3. stop all the node services
4. stop all the nodeapps services
5. stop cluster services

If you want up the rac system follow the same steps in reverse order.

Thanks,
Vijender

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Re: difference between crsctl and srvctl [message #555424 is a reply to message #555342] Thu, 24 May 2012 01:53 Go to previous message
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Thanks vijender for giving this helpful reply
yeah i have 10g rac database not 11g
thanks
so i can use only this srvctl stop database -d orcl
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