Re: Oracle RAC listener on a 2nd network

From: Andrew Kerber <>
Date: Mon, 21 Apr 2014 18:30:37 -0500
Message-ID: <>

Sounds tricky. Is this second database clustered? Failover configuration might be kind of iffy.

On Mon, Apr 21, 2014 at 5:17 PM, Upendra <> wrote:

> Hello All -
> I have a Oracle RAC running on Sparc platform with 3 nodes. I
> have the scan listeners configured on Network_A and an application is using
> the scan Listeners.
> Without impacting the above setup, I would like to create a second
> database in the RAC environment and setup access for another set of
> applications through another network Network_B. They both are independent
> networks (its a requirement based on the legacy networks we have). I need
> the listener for the second database to be listening on Network_B.
> Example:
> Network_A - 192.168.6.x
> Network_B - 10.120.2.x
> What are my options in creating such a setup and what are the
> limitations/constraints in this setup?
> I'd assume if I bypass the SCAN listeners and access the database listener
> directly, I'd have to keep up with the cluster changes at the application
> layer (like node additions/removal etc).. Similar to Oracle 10g RAC -
> anything else?
> Thanks much
> -Upendra

Andrew W. Kerber

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