Re: Oracle High Availability Question(s)

From: Hans Forbrich <fuzzy.graybeard_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 14 Feb 2018 12:10:34 -0700
Message-ID: <71e0e886-c1d5-f3d7-d4af-ce7a62c02d97_at_gmail.com>



You might want to look up 'stretch RAC'

One useful article is Oracle's wwhite paper http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/products/clustering/overview/extendedracversion11-435972.pdf

disclaimer: My opinion, not my employer's /Hans

On 2018-02-14 11:59 AM, Scott Canaan wrote:
>
> Currently, we donít have a license for RAC,† therefore we arenít using
> it.† We have one application in particular that is required to be
> available as close to 7 x 24 x 365 as possible.† One other requirement
> is that the redundancy includes physical disk, with one set of disks
> in one location and the redundant set in another location.† In looking
> at RAC, it appears that a shared disk (or disk group) is used which
> doesnít satisfy the second requirement.† So far, I have not found a
> description of RAC that shows it using more than one disk / disk group
> for redundancy.† What is the best way to accomplish the second
> requirement?
>

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