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ORACLE-RAC TRAINING

Oracle-rac-training

ORACLE- RAC  ONLINE TRAINING COURSE INTRODUCTION

Oracle RAC is the abbreviated version of Oracle Real Application Clusters. Based on ORACLE  DB, this clustered version is a high availability comprehensive stack that can be used as foundation of database cloud system. ORACLE-RAC can be used for agility, high availability, & scalability for an application. Flexible workload management is one of the advantages of using Oracle RAC.

Global Online Trainings offers industry allied and comprehensive Oracle RAC online trainings for students and professionals, already working in DataBase management segment. ORACLE RAC classes are conducted by  best tutelage & flexi-learning hour module.  Global Online Trainings conducted course of Oracle RAC covers:

ORACLE -RAC TRAINING COURSE CONTENT

RAC Introduction & Concepts
  • Database storage options (Core & Cluster)
  • Non RAC DB Versace RAC DB
  • Storage options Core DB vs. RAC DB
  • Files system files / RAW Partition / ASM
  • What is ASM?
  • ASM Architecture
  • Benefits of ASM
  • What is Cluster?
  • What is Cluster ware?
  • Software requirements & download locations
Infrastructure Concepts
  • Quick review
  • What is GRID Infrastructure (ASM & Clusterware)
  • Clusterware Concepts & Architecture
  • Clusterware startup sequence
  • Clusterware startup process
  • Oracle Clusterware stack
  • Cluster ready service stack
  • Oracle High availability services stack
  • Grid Plug & Play architecture
  • CSS & Voting Disk Functionality
  • CRS & OCR
  • Node eviction (Inter connect ,VD)
  • Networking in RAC concept
  • Networking in RAC configuration topology
Preparation of RAC Machine & ASM Installation
  • ORACLE VM Box setups
  • OS Installation for the RAC Node1
  • OS Configuration (rpms, config)
  • Creating the Users and Groups
  • Creating Virtual Disks
  • Adding the disks to Virtual Node1
  • Network configuration Public & Interconnect
  • Configuring the oracleasm
  • Cloning Virtual Disk
  • Prepare Virtual Node2 from Node1
  • Configuring Node2
Installation of Grid Infrastructure & RAC Software
  • Verification of Pre Installation
  • Network verification (Private & Public)
  • Grid Installation
  • Completing Grid
  • Installation
  • Verifying services with crsctl
  • Clusterware proc. stop/stop on single / all node(s)
  • High availability services stop & start
  • Installation of Oracle SW on Cluster
  • Log files on RAC Environment
Cache Fusion Concepts
  • Cache Fusion Concepts
  • Read / Read Contentions
  • Read / Write Contentions
  • Write / Write Contentions
  • GCS & GES Concepts
  • Global Resource Directory (GRD)
  • What is Past Image? And concepts
  • Past Image vs. CR Image
  • Scan Listener concepts & Architecture
ASM Cluster File System
  • ASM & ASM cluster file system
  • ASM Key features & benefits
  • ASM Instance design
  • ASM component
  • ASM disk groups & fail groups
  • ASM Scalability
  • Creating disk groups using asmca
  • Managing disk groups
  • Listing the disks using asmcmd
  • Creating raw partitions
  • Creating Disk groups using asmca
  • Create database using dbca in RAC environment
RAC Backup & Recovery
  • RAC Specific Database Parameters
  • Identical & Unique parameters
  • Enabling Archive log mode in RAC Env
  • Manual Log switch for a local instance vs. global
  • Terminating sessions in the RAC environment
  • Administering Oracle Clusterware
  • Controlling Clusterware
  • Finding OCR & VD file locations
  • Backup & Recovery of OCR,VD
  • Migrating VD & OCR files to different diskgroup
  • Managing Oracle Clusterware using crsctl & srvctl
  • OLR purpose & location
  • OCR & VD auto & manual backups
  • crsctl & srvctl commands
  • Difference between srvctl & crsctl
  • Disabling & enabling clusterware startup
Migration of Non RAC DB to RAC DB
  • Non RAC DB to RAC DB
  • Using the RMAN DB Duplication to RAC env
  • Enabling Single RAC DB to Multi Instance RAC DB
  • Configuring Migrated RAC DB as Cluster Aware DB
  • Create spfile using pfile for RAC DB
Adding Node to Cluster
  • Add Node to existing Cluster
  • New node preparing & configuration
  • SSH configuration for password less connectivity
  • Cluvfy to check the state of new node
  • Performing Add Node script
Creating Services
  • Creating Services
  • Configuring tnsnames.ora for TAF
  • Perform TAF
  • RMAN Configuration for the RAC DB
  • Backup RAC DB Using RMAN