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By: Joel Goodman

More on Oracle Restart

Posted by Joel Goodman on 06/09/2010


In my last post entitled “Getting Started with Oracle Restart” I discussed the architecture of Oracle Restart, which is a component of Grid Infrastructure for a Standalone Server, and contrasted it with that of Oracle Clusterware, which is a component of Grid Infrastructure for a Cluster. I am pleased to note that Uwe Hesse,  my friend and colleague at Oracle University,  has written a post called “Data Guard & Oracle Restart in 11gR2” where he discusses in detail the use of Oracle Restart for Role Based Services in Data Guard. It is an excellent article on this feature of Data Guard,  and requires the use of Oracle Restart.

I think this is essential reading and follows on nicely from my article, so please visit Uwe’s blog and have a look.

Joel

September 2010

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4 Responses to “More on Oracle Restart”

  1. Hi Joel, really useful series of aticles, thanks. I noticed the link to Uwe Hesse’s article is not right; it should be http://uhesse.com/2010/09/06/data-guard-oracle-restart-in-11gr2/

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