Re: Multiple databases in a RAC
Date: Thu, 20 Oct 2011 23:05:40 +0300
We have a 8 node cluster environment with nearly 100 instances plus Oracle E-Business suite running across. As long the individual node can afford the resources for new databases, you could use one node to run multiple databases.
On Thu, Oct 20, 2011 at 3:09 PM, <daniel.hubler_at_aurora.org> wrote:
> Oracle 184.108.40.206
> AIX 6.1
> Peoplesoft HCM + ELM
> We have an existing 220.127.116.11 RAC + GRID cluster built to run Peoplesoft
> 2 nodes....active/active.
> We have been asked to install another Peoplesoft module (ELM).
> My recommendation was to construct a 2nd cluster to support the 2nd module
> and its database.
> So........I would end up with 4 nodes (2 for the HCM cluster and 2 for the
> ELM cluster)
> and these clusters would be distinct.
> I am being asked if it is possible to install the new ELM product on the
> existing nodes.
> That is..........a 2-node RAC cluster with 2 distinct databases and 4
> This is not making much sense to me.....I am not even sure if this is
> Looking for ideas on this.
> Any input appreciated.
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