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Oracle 9i Release 2 RAC on Linux Cluster RH7.3

From: Jack van Zanen <nlzanen1_at_EY.NL>
Date: Tue, 09 Jul 2002 00:33:22 -0800
Message-ID: <F001.004920BE.20020709003322@fatcity.com>


Hi All,

I have a question regarding setup of above.

We have the above database setup working except for connecting from the clientfails every now and then.

We have load balancing turned on on the client so that it alternates connection between the two servers.
We think we have load balancing turned on on the servers (but documentation is somewhat confusing on the proper setup)

If we connect from the client it sometimes succeeds and sometimes fails with different messages on diefferent clients(but always the same message on the same client)

the succesfull connections are not just to one instance but both instances have succesfull logons.

If we specify one server in the tnsnames.ora (no load balancing) and use the service_name i.s.o sid it show the same succesfull/unsuccesfull logon behaviour.
if we then shut down the remote listener and instance all connections go fine

This all looks like the load balancing on the server seems to be not working correctly

Does anybody have experience with setting this up correctly, have good clear documents about it or know any gotcha's that might help solve this......

Any help appreciated

This is for testing purpose only and we do not pay support for RAC (yet, you never know if we can turn the sql*server march around) so Creating a TAR may be difficult

TIA Jack



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