Re: 10g and 11g clusterware on same nodes
Date: Mon, 16 Nov 2009 10:12:59 -0700
Thanks, I'm aware of the backwards compatibility and in one of our datacenters we run 11g clusterware managing a 10g database. We are looking at another datacenter where we want to minimize the downtime to upgrade the clusterware and db by using Streams to a new RAC instance. I was just wondering if it were possible to have the separate clusterwares running on the same box using isolated accounts. I didn't have high hopes for it so I thought I would throw it out to the list to see if anyone has ever tried it. I appreciate answers that say "no it wont work" but I really love answers that say why it wont work and give personal experiences from those that have tried to play around with it.
Thanks all. It looks like I will just Stream off elsewhere.
On Mon, Nov 16, 2009 at 9:54 AM, Alessandro Vercelli <alever_at_libero.it>wrote:
> Sorry for the not-my-business question, but what are the reasons to create
> such a configuration?
> Just for information: AFAIK, Clusterware 11gR1 (and above) does support
> perfectly a 10g database, it's even easier to build (no raw devices needed).
> >Hi all,
> >Has anyone ever deployed both 10g and 11g clusterware on the same nodes
> >using a different Linux owner/account for each? The clusterware would
> >the same interconnect but use different VIPs on the same bonded NICs. The
> >clusterware would not manage nor use the same shared storage.