Oracle RAC Administration Training
Duration: 3 Days
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In this class Oracle Certified Master John Watson will teach you how to install, configure and manage Oracle 12c Real Application Clusters databases. The course is backward compatible to 11g R2. Emphasis is placed on manual, command line techniques, though a lesson on managing RAC with 12c Enterprise Manager Express (“EM Express”) is included. Knowledge of the single instance database architecture is a prerequisite. Detailed knowledge of Grid Infrastructure (ASM and Clusterware) is not essential, but may be beneficial.Each student is provided with a pre-built cluster, with Grid Infrastructure and shared storage (both ASM and a clustered file system) configured. The course is workshop oriented: students will go through practical exercises that cover all the tasks likely to be needed when creating, migrating to, and administering RAC databases.
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Oracle Grid Infrastructure (3 Days)
1. RAC and Grid Infrastructure Architectural summary ASM and share storage The SCAN and node listener model RAC solutions
2. Real Application Clusters Database Installation Installing The Oracle Database Software Single Instance to RAC conversion Creating A Cluster Database
3. Oracle RAC Administration Redo Log Files In A RAC Environment Undo Tablespaces In A RAC Environment Starting And Stopping RAC Databases And Instances Initialization Parameters In A RAC Environment
4. Managing Backup and Recovery for RAC Protecting Against Media Failure Archived Log File Configurations Database Backup and Recovery with RMAN Recovery following instance failure
5. Performance Tuning The Tuning Methodology The global cache and the global enqueue service RAC Specific Statistics and Wait Events Tuning Parallel Processing RAC Specific Performance Issues AWR and Statspack in a clustered environment
6. High availability and services RAC Service Architecture Configure and Manage Services in a RAC environment Using Services with Client Applications The fault tolerant architecture Instance evictions Policy managed databases and services Stretched clusters Maximum availability Architecture: RAC plus Data Guard
6. Managing Real Application Cluster Databases with EM Express Database versus Instance-Specific View Storage The Performance Hub
Some of the practical exercisesInstall a RAC database homeConvert a single instance database to RACCreate a RAC databaseConfigure RMAN for a RAC databaseBackup, restore, and recover a RAC databaseTune parallel query and parallel DML in a RACConvert databases between administrator management and policy managementUse services for high availability and load balancingSet up session connect time load balancing and fault toleranceConfigure session failover