Did You Know #28 – Standby + RAC

data_centerIn an Oracle Data Guard configuration, the primary and standby databases can have different configurations. It’s very common to have a smaller server for the standby database (less CPUs, less memory, etc.) and it’s quite trivial to configure. But what about RAC?

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Diagnosing Listener Issues in RAC

I’ve written a few “diagnostics” posts in the past (you can see them all under the “Troubleshooting” category). People really like these type of posts, and I got many comments about them in the past (good ones…), so here is another case that I had not too long ago.

I’d like to thank Kadhir Velavan, he is the guy who brought this to my attention and we worked on this issue together.

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