Re: HACMP automatic Oracle failover in non-RAC environment
Date: Wed, 27 Aug 2008 16:51:13 -0700 (PDT)
We are currently using this to failover for hardware errors but not for database errors. Since database errors have to be evaluated in an HACMP environment but in case an hardware issue arises we have graceful shutdown scripts embeeded in the HA scripts scripts and sanity checking built into the scripts on failover before a database is brought up.
- Original Message ---- From: DIANNA GIBBS <DIANNA.GIBBS_at_childrens.com> To: oracle-l-freelists <oracle-l_at_freelists.org> Sent: Wednesday, August 27, 2008 4:25:38 PM Subject: HACMP automatic Oracle failover in non-RAC environment
Is anyone currently doing or have any thoughts or comments on using AIX HACMP automatically to fail-over Oracle in a non-RAC environment.
Do I need to worry about data corruption or anything else? We have manually done this and I've restarted Oracle, shutdown cleanly and then restarted again. Done my sanity checks and all has been ok.
I've been ask about automating this failover w/scripts. My thoughts are I need to control this process and be aware but I also realize hardware and software are becoming more and more sophisticated.
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