VCS : Sample VCS configuration with Single Oracle Instance


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  1. Amar.B says:

    I really wondered when i see this site and i believe i missed a lot. I don`t know who builds and maintain this, i am really greatful thanks to him really hats off…

    i don`t have more words to expresse… Really superb…

    and more over noticed that there is very less lessons on Linux administration compare to Solaris. Request you please post more practises.

  2. Ramdev says:

    @Amar – There will be more to come on linux for sure.

    JFYI. Information ramdev ( myself ) running this site with the excellent support from Yogesh. :)

  3. Kiran MS says:


    Even me looking more for Linux related stuff….:)


  4. Pratap says:

    How to create a service group from Command Line? Thanks in advance 

  5. Yogesh Raheja says:

    @Pratap, just put hagrp –help or hagrp and enter, It will provide you all commnd line options for creating Service Group and after that you can change the Service Group charterstics accordingly. I will try to provide you with the complete steps whenever I will be creating a new SG next time.

  6. Pratap says:

    Thanks Yogesh, in the mean time i will also try and post

  7. Yogesh Raheja says:

    No probs Pratap. All the best and let us know if you have any doubts. 

  8. Ramdev says:

    @Kiran, sorry missed to reply you. For sure we will focus on linux.

  9. Abishek says:

    Ramdev, In the above mentioned diagram, how the linking is happening, From parent to child or child to parent.. i am studying VCS my self, just confused here little bit.

    • Ramdev says:

      Hi abhishek, ignore that links they were meant to confuse you anyway :) .

      Make it simple, this way……… resources on top ( e.g res-a) are always depends on the resources which are in their bottom . ( E.g res-b) …. Then you will mention It in as “res-a requires res-b”.

  10. Abishek says:

    Thanks Ramdev :-) got it …

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