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How to move existing database to RAC [message #287604] Wed, 12 December 2007 22:02 Go to next message
kamragulshan
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Registered: May 2005
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Hi Experts,

We have oracle 10.2.0.2 on Solaris 5.9. The database use ASM to store datafiles. Now we are going to implement RAC and for that we need to move the whole database from that server to RAC.

Could you please suggest me how to move the database from existing environment to RAC.

Please suggest asap.

Thanks in Advance
Gulshan
Re: How to move existing database to RAC [message #287609 is a reply to message #287604] Wed, 12 December 2007 22:18 Go to previous messageGo to next message
BlackSwan
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>Please suggest asap.
We don't do ASAP here.

What is stopping you from using RMAN?
Re: How to move existing database to RAC [message #287731 is a reply to message #287609] Thu, 13 December 2007 05:03 Go to previous messageGo to next message
kamragulshan
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If we take the backup using RMAN then what steps we should follow to restore the backup into RAC and whether we first need to create the asm instance and how the asm of RAC will allow to restore the datafiles without database or if we need to create the database first.

I am not cleared about the steps to be followed. So please guide me.

Thanks
Gulshan
Re: How to move existing database to RAC [message #287814 is a reply to message #287731] Thu, 13 December 2007 11:23 Go to previous message
DreamzZ
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Registered: May 2007
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Easy way!!!
Go with DATABASE TEMPLATE option if you can put database down.!!!

Other Wise ..Go with Anacedent Option

NOTE
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When you making TEMPLATE OF your PRODUCTION it restart the database in mount stage..
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