Monday, January 15, 2007

New Demos on 10gR2 RAC available on OTN

There is a series about Oracle 10gR2 in Oracle By Example on OTN which provides us with a large number of really brilliant mini lessons in the form of little java viewlets which you can run in your browser.
Specially the RAC demos appletts are very handy.

The man behind this is Jean-Francois Verrier. He works as a course developer for Oracle University and puts a lot of effort into this series.
Here is a list of this brilliant collection on OTN which has been updated just recently with a number of new demos.
It is worth checking it out definitely!

This is what you can find there at the moment for Oracle Database 10g Release 2 and especially Oracle 10g RAC:

Manageability:

Using SQL Baselines

Using Metric Baselines

Transport a tablespace version to another database

Automatic Storage Management (ASM):

Install ASM single instance in its own home

Install ASM single instance in the same home

Migrate a database to ASM

Setup XML DB to access ASM

Access ASM files using ASMCMD

Real Application Clusters (RAC)

RAC Deployment Series (Beta):

Setting Up RAC Storage

Setting Up Openfiler Storage

Setting Up iSCSI On Client Side

Using fdisk to Partition Storage

Setting Up Multipathing On Client Side

Installing and Configuring ASMLib

Setting Up Storage Permissions On Client Side

Installing Oracle Clusterware

Installing Real Application Clusters

Configuring ASM Storage

Installing Oracle Database Single Instance Software (Part I)
Installing Oracle Database Single Instance Software (Part II)

Creating Single Instance Database

Protecting Single Instance Database Using Oracle Clusterware

Converting Single Instance Database to RAC Database

Adding a Node to Your Cluster

Extending Oracle Clusterware to Third Node

Extending RAC Software to Third Node

Extending RAC Database to Third Node

Rolling Upgrade Your Entire Cluster

Creating a RAC Physical Standby Database

Installing and Configuring OCFS2

Setting Up RAC Primary Database in Archivelog Mode

Backing Up RAC Primary Database

Configuring Oracle Network Services on Clustered Standby Site

Creating RAC Physical Standby Database Using OCFS2 Storage

Checking RAC Physical to RAC Standby databases Communication

Converting RAC Physical Standby Database to RAC Logical Standby Database

Rolling Upgrade Oracle Clusterware

Rolling Upgrade Oracle Clusterware on Clustered Primary Site (10.2.0.1 to 10.2.0.2)

Rolling Upgrade Oracle Clusterware on Clustered Standby Site (10.2.0.1 to 10.2.0.2)

Upgrading your RAC Standby Site

Upgrading RAC Standby Database From 10.2.0.1 to 10.2.0.2 (Part I)

Upgrading RAC Standby Database From 10.2.0.1 to 10.2.0.2 (Part II)

Switching Primary and Standby Databases Roles

Upgrading your old RAC Primary Site

Upgrading RAC Old Primary Database From 10.2.0.1 to 10.2.0.2 (Part I)

Upgrading RAC Old Primary Database From 10.2.0.1 to 10.2.0.2 (Part II)

Switching Back Primary and Standby Databases Roles

Miscellaneous:

RAC scale example

RAC speedup example

Use Transparent Application Failover (TAF) with SELECT statements

Oracle Clusterware:

Use Oracle Clusterware to protect the apache application

Use Oracle Clusterware to protect the Xclock application

RAC Voting Disk Multiplexing

Patch Oracle Clusterware in a Rolling Fashion

CSS Diagnostic Case Study

RAC OCR Mirroring

Services:

Runtime Connection Load Balancing example

Basic use of services in your RAC environment

Installs and Enterprise Manager:

Install ASM in its own home in a RAC environment

Convert a single-instance database to a RAC database using Grid Control

Push Management Agent software using Grid Control

Clone Oracle Clusterware to extend your cluster using Grid Control

Clone ASM home to extend your cluster using Grid Control

Clone database home to extend your cluster using Grid Control

Add a database instance to your RAC database using Grid Control

RAC Concepts:

RAC VIP Concepts

RAC Object Affinity Concepts

Rolling Release Upgrade (Beta): 10.2.0.1 to 10.2.0.2:

Upgrading your Standby Site

Upgrading RAC Standby Database From 10.2.0.1 to 10.2.0.2 (Part I)

Upgrading RAC Standby Database From 10.2.0.1 to 10.2.0.2 (Part II)

Switching Primary and Standby Databases Roles

Upgrading your old Primary Site

Upgrading RAC Old Primary Database From 10.2.0.1 to 10.2.0.2 (Part I)

Upgrading RAC Old Primary Database From 10.2.0.1 to 10.2.0.2 (Part II)

Switching Back Primary and Standby Databases Roles

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