Oracle RAC Training

Oracle RAC Training Course is designed to make you an expert in RAC database administration in the Oracle Grid Infrastructure environment to administer cluster databases using Enterprise Manager and command-line utilities like SRVCTL, CRSCTL and SQL*Plus.
Oracle RAC Online Training Curriculum

RAC Introduction and Concepts

Database storage options (Core & Cluster)
Non RAC DB Vs RAC DB
Storage options Core DB vs. RAC DB
Files system files / RAW Partitions / ASM
What is ASM?
ASM Architecture
Benefits of ASM
What is Cluster?
What is Clusterware?
Software requirements and download locations

Grid Infrastructure Concepts

Quick review
What is GRID Infrastructure (ASM and Clusterware)
Clusterware Concepts and Architecture
Clusterware startup sequence
Clusterware startup processes
Oracle Clusterware stack
Cluster ready service stack
Oracle High availability services stack
Grid Plug and Play architecture
CSS and Voting Disk Functionality
CRS and OCR
Node eviction (Inter connect, VD)
Networking in RAC concepts
Networking in RAC configuration topology

Preparation of RAC Machine and ASM Installation

ORACLE VM Box setup
OS Installation for RAC Node1
OS Configuration (rpms, config)
Creating Users and Groups
Creating Virtual Disks
Adding disks to Virtual Node1
Network configuration Public & Interconnect
Configuring Oracle ASM
Cloning Virtual Disk
Preparing Virtual Node2 from Node1
Configuring Node2

Installation of Grid Infrastructure and RAC Software

Pre Installation Verification
Network verification (Private and Public)
Grid Installation
Completing Grid Installation
Verifying the services with crsctl
Clusterware proc. stop/stop on single / all node(s)
High availability services, stop and start
Installation of Oracle SW on Cluster
Log files on RAC Environment

Cache Fusion Concepts

Cache Fusion Concepts
Read / Read Contention
Read / Write Contention
Write / Write Contention
GCS and GES Concepts
Global Resource Directory (GRD)
What is Past Image? And concepts
Past Image vs. CR Image
Scan Listener concepts & Architecture

ASM Cluster File System

ASM & ASM cluster file system
ASM Key features and benefits
ASM Instance designs
ASM components
ASM disk groups and fail groups
ASM Scalability
Creating disk groups using asmca
Managing disk groups
Listing disks using asmcmd
Creating raw partitions
Creating Disk groups using asmca
Create database using dbca in RAC environment

RAC Backup and Recovery

RAC Specific Database Parameters
Identical and Unique parameters
Enabling Archive log mode in RAC Env
Manual Log switch for a local instance vs. global
Terminating sessions in RAC environment
Administering Oracle Clusterware
Controlling Clusterware
Finding OCR and VD file locations
Backup and Recovery of OCR,VD
Migrating VD and OCR files to different diskgroup
Managing Oracle Clusterware using crsctl & srvctl
OLR purpose and location
OCR and VD auto & manual backups
crsctl & srvctl commands
Difference between srvctl and crsctl
Disabling and enabling clusterware startup

Migration of Non RAC DB to RAC DB

Non RAC DB to RAC DB
Using RMAN DB Duplication to RAC env
Enabling Single RAC DB to Multi Instance RAC DB
Configuring Migrated RAC DB as Cluster Aware DB
Creating spfile using pfile for RAC DB

Adding Node to Cluster

Add Node to existing Cluster
New node preparation and configuration
SSH configuration for password less connectivity
Cluvfy to check the state of new node
Performing Add Node script

Creating Services

Creating Services
Configuring tnsnames.ora for TAF
Performing TAF
RMAN Configuration for RAC DB
Backup RAC DB Using RMAN.

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