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oracle rac iscsi without SG

oracle rac iscsi without SG

hi,

can someone can tell me if it possible to install oracle rac 11gr2 on hp-ux 11v3 on iscsi without service guard?

storage will be p4500.

thanks for any reply
4 REPLIES
Emil Velez
Honored Contributor

Re: oracle rac iscsi without SG

Yes you have to use ASM or NFS for the RAC Storage.

Its hard.. Best way is to use CFS and ServiceGuard.

Re: oracle rac iscsi without SG

great to ear, but let me understand why it is hard... because some iscsi restriction or some sort of limitation of iscsi initiator on hp-ux.

i hope you can answer me

Thanks again
Juan Manuel Naranjo A.
Frequent Advisor

Re: oracle rac iscsi without SG

Hello: please follow the documents:

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Oracle® Database
Release Notes
11g Release 2 (11.2) for HP-UX
E16782-03
February 2011

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Oracle® Grid Infrastructure
Installation Guide
11g Release 2 (11.2) for HP-UX
E17211-06

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Be aware of file onwership, group &  permisions for asm deices if you are planinig to use raw devices.

 

Best Regards

 

Juan

Duncan Edmonstone
Honored Contributor

Re: oracle rac iscsi without SG

Well HP don't certify iSCSI for Serviceguard with their HP-UX software iSCSI initiators due to potential IO fencing issues - for a straight RAC cluster without Serviceguard you will have to ask Oracle - their support site is pretty vague - the RAC FAQ seems to indicate support for Windows and Linux, but says nothing about other platforms. I would want a formal statement from Oracle before I would consider doing this.


HTH

Duncan