RE: Load balancing with RAC according to our own proportions

Pete,
It's 9i and I don't foresee migration to 10g in the short term.

Thanks for mentioning it,
Alex



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27-07-2004 08:30 ZE10
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Have you looked at the services functionality in 10g?

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Subject: Load balancing with RAC according to our own proportions

Hi all,
Could you please share your experience with client load balancing with RAC 
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in 9i?
Oracle can do it on its own during connection time but this wouldn't suit 
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our need. We want to define proportions in which connections should be =

distributed over different nodes. I suppose it's not possible with =

standard Oracle Net architecture. The applications are connecting over OCI 
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if it makes any difference. We are using dedicated sessions. Sessions are 
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persistent and normally stay connected for days if not months. I think we 
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can initiate reconnect if we need to re-balance but I still don't see any 
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option of how to balance connections automatically by Oracle.
For now, I see only application specific approach - the app would have to 
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choose which of the instances it should connect to. Please correct me if =

I'm wrong. Any ideas would be appreciated.

Regards,
Alex

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