RE: with all this talk about RAC...

  • From: Freeman Robert - IL <FREEMANR@xxxxxxxx>
  • To: 'K Gopalakrishnan ' <kaygopal@xxxxxxxxx>,"'oracle-l-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx '" <oracle-l-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>,"'oracle-l@xxxxxxxxxxxxx '" <oracle-l@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 25 May 2004 11:11:51 -0500

>> unskilled DBAs  

How about unskilled developers writing code ...? :-)

Robert

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Sent: 5/25/2004 7:39 AM
Subject: Re: with all this talk about RAC...

Bill:

From my experience most of the RAC related issues comes with unskilled
DBAs managing the databases with their experimental minds. I have
implemeted RAC in more than 20+ sites in various platforms and
different hardwares  and no one (so-far) has complained against RAC.
Needless to say for many of them the data/availability is the oxygen
for their business (Most of them are Telecom and banking customers).

Now coming to the original question, I would recommend Linux Clusters
against Sun clusters. You may also want to use the OCFS (it is stable
now on Linux) and have a shared oracle home. IMHO RAC is stable and
proven.

Regards,
Devil's Advocate !



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