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RAC first day class

Today I went to attend the my first day class about Oracle Real Application Cluster. The class taken by Mr.Syed Jaffar Hussian.I thought Why i want to explain about himself.Because almost all of them(oracle Community) know about him,He is one of the famous person and outstanding DBA in this world.However I briefly explain about my trainer.He is an Oracle Certified Master (First person in Saudi Arabia) and He also Oracle ACE member and he is one of the author of upcoming book of Oracle R1/R2 RAC handbook and He is reviewer of Oracle books and he given seminar for some Organization about RMAN and RAC .I hope I will become a RAC expert after finish this course.

Today He given overviwed about Course Agenda what he will take class in future..

Cluster Introduction with its advantages.

What is Oracle RAC?

Oracle RAC architecture

Advantage of Oracle RAC

Single instance and RAC

Installation Prequistes like Hardware, Network , Storage, OS groups and users and SSH/RCP preconfiguration

Cluster utility (cluvfy) overview and usage

RAC Installation – Clustware ,ASM and RDBMS

RAC Database Creation

Common Initilization Parameters

OCR (oracle cluster registry) & Voting Disk

Enabling and Disabling automatic cluster stack start and stop

Clustware administration

RAC workload management and services -Hig avilbilty, load balance

RAC internals

Troublshooting – Node eviction Issues

Performance Tuning

Node addition and Deletion

Single instance database conversion to RAC

New features of 11g R2.

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