Re: veritas

If you are just starting out with Oracle and VCS there are many different
ways of doing things. We have every database in it's own resource group
along with the listener and the mount point for the data files.
ORACLE_HOME's are installed separately on each node in the cluster in the
asme location. TNS_ADMIN also points to a local location on each node
outside the ORACLE_HOME. This is only one option of how to do things. Some
locations put all databases into one resource group and fail them all
together. Some locations put the oracle software under VCS control as well
so that swings with the resource group. It all depends on your specific
needs.

Make sure users, groups and kernel parameters are in sync and that
filesystem/directory permissions are set correctly so the failover doesn't
fail.

Good luck.

Finn


We are on Sun servers and multiple oracle versions with veritas clustering
> software.  Is the a document or website out there explaining veritas as it
> pertains to oracle?  I have looked on metalink and everything deals with
> RAC.  We are not running RAC.
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> <http://windowslive.com/connect/post/jamiethomson.spaces.live.com-Blog-cns%21550F681DAD532637%215295.entry?ocid=TXT_TAGLM_WL_domore_092008>
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