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From Oracle Pressa complete guide to Oracle Database 11 gRelease 2 Real Application Clusters (RAC) concepts, administration, tuning, and troubleshooting Written by an Oracle ACE, Oracle Database 11g Real Application Clusters Handbookcovers everything you need to know about Oracle RAClow-cost hardware platforms that can rival and exceed the quality of service, availability, and scalability of the most expensive mainframe systems. You'll learn how to prepare and create Oracle RAC databases and servers, and automate administrative tasks. Full coverage of cutting-edge Oracle RAC diagnostic tools, backup and recovery procedures, performance tweaks, and custom application design strategies is also included. Oracle Database 11g Real Application Clusters Handbook Is written by an award-winning author and globally recognized expert on Oracle RAC Serves as a one-stop guide for RAC--the core building block for Oracle grid technology Covers concepts applicable to all previous versions of Oracle Includes downloadable code for all examples online Contains tuning and troubleshooting tips that provide insight on the most advanced diagnostics available Offers detailed coverage of advanced RAC concepts, including Cache Fusion and GES and GCS internals This Oracle Press guide covers: Overview of High Availability; Clustering Basics and History; Oracle Clusterware Architecture; Pre-Installation and Preparation for RAC; Installation and Configuration of RAC; Automatic Storage Management; RAC Database Administration; Oracle Clusterware Administration; Backup and Recovery in RAC Database; Performance Tuning in RAC Database; Global Resource Directory (GES and GCS); Cache Fusion A Closer Look; Services and Load Balancing; RAC Troubleshooting; RAC Extensions; Developing Applications for RAC
Table of Contents
Part I: High Availability Architecture and Clusters Chapter 1: Introduction to High Availability and Scalability Chapter 2: Clustering Basics and History Chapter 3: Oracle RAC Architecture Part II: Installation, Configuration and Storage Chapter 4: Oracle Grid Infrastructure Installation Chapter 5: Oracle RAC Installation Chapter 6: Automatic Storage Management Part III: Oracle RAC Administration and Management Chapter 7: Oracle RAC Database Administration Chapter 8: Oracle RAC Advanced Administration Chapter 9: Oracle RAC Backup and Recovery Chapter 10: Oracle RAC Performance Management Part IV: Advanced Concepts in Oracle RAC Chapter 11: Global Resource Directory Chapter 12: A Closer Look at Cache Fusion Chapter 13: Workload and Connection Management Chapter 14: Oracle RAC Troubleshooting Part V: Deploying Oracle RAC Chapter 15: Extending Oracle RAC for Maximum Availability Chapter 16:Developing Applications for Oracle RAC Part VI: Appendixes Appendix A: Oracle RAC Reference Appendix B: Adding and Removing Cluster Nodes Appendix C: References Index