miércoles, 21 de octubre de 2015

2-Minute Oracle Database Tech Tip: Effective Client Failover in an Oracle RAC Environment

By hamsun-Oracle on Oct 16, 2015

Oracle University Senior Principal Instructor Sean Kim offers 4 quick tips on how to automate client failover in Oracle RAC environments.

Press play to view the full 2-Minute Tech Tip Video with Sean Kim below 


Tip #1: Use Service instead of the Oracle SID so you can make new connections to the instance where the service is relocated.
Tip #2: Use FAN (Fast Application Notification) which is a faster way to notify applications about the cluster status changes. This will allow you to take immediate action instead of waiting for TCP timeout.
Tip #3: Use Fast Connection Failover or Transparent Application Failover. Depending on your applications, you can configure Fast Connection Failover or Transparent Application Failover to automate connections or session failover.
Tip #4: Use Transaction Guard and Application Continuity if your application is compatible. Using transaction guard, your application can check if the last in-flight transaction has been completed in the case of failure. Application Continuity uses Transaction Guard and when needed, can automatically repeat any incomplete transactions.
Interested in learning more?
Consider enrolling in hands-on Database training through Oracle University. Classes are delivered online or in person at an Oracle training center.
Here are a few related courses to consider:
· Oracle Database 12c: High Availability New Features
· Oracle Database 12c: RAC Administration · Oracle Database 12c: ASM Administration · Oracle Database 12c: Clusterware Administration
· Oracle Database 11g: RAC Administration

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