This is the main doc to start with: Subject: MAA Roadmap for the E-Business Suite Doc ID: Note:403347.1 Oracle names HA differently Maximum Availability Architecture (MAA) ;) "Farhan Khan"
<farhan.toqeer@gm ail.com> To Sent by: ora-apps-dba@xxxxxxxxxxxxx ora-apps-dba-boun cc ce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Subject Re: HA for Oracle E-Business Suite 27.06.2007 15:54 Please respond to ora-apps-dba@free lists.org Hello Jurijh, Here are answers of your questions. I hope they would help you understand the requirement. The kind of questions would be: - Current Topology --- Single server (DB Web Forms CM-s running on the same server) No, DB would be housed in SAN and Web Froms, CM-s would be on separate server. --- Split configuration DB is separated from Web Forms CM-s No --- How components are splited? Are CM-s running on the DB server / No Web server or on dedicated server? Ate there multiple servers for Web/Forms/CM-s No, there would be a single server hosting everything except the DB. --- What kind of problems you are going to protect system from ---- HW/OS failure Yes ---- Data center failure No --- What are availability requirements from system users? ---- How quickly failover suppose to happen ------ No downtime ------ 5 min ok ------ 8 hours ok There would only be application servers availability issue. We would like to have the Apps server running with no downtime. I am afraid there is no single paper describing solutions for all HA cases. If you give as some input, we might suggest you something :) Jurijs On 6/27/07, Farhan Khan < farhan.toqeer@xxxxxxxxx> wrote: > All: > > I hope anyone could help me in this matter. I need to setup a HA server for > Oracle - E-Business Suite using Linux operating system. If any of you have > done it before or planning to please guide me / share your experience. What > would be the starting point for me to achieve this? > > Regards, > > Farhan Khan > > -- > 20 percent of computer users are Linux/Unix users, but remember, we are the > top 20 percent. -- Yury +371 29268222 (+2 GMT) ============================================ http://otn.oracle.com/ocm/jvelikanovs.html -- 20 percent of computer users are Linux/Unix users, but remember, we are the top 20 percent.