SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 12 SP1

Installing Oracle RAC on SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 12

Oracle RAC 12.1.0.2.0 and SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 12 (x86_64)

In database computing, Oracle Real Application Clusters (RAC) provides software for clustering and high availability in Oracle database environments. Oracle includes RAC with the Standard Edition, provided the nodes are clustered using Oracle Clusterware.

SUSE Linux Enterprise Server provides Oracle customers a scalable platform for demanding workloads and applications such as Oracle Database. Oracle and SUSE have teamed up to enable Linux in enterprises with Oracle Database and have created a world-class solution that offers real-grid benefits for IT data centers today. This document provides the details for installing Oracle RAC 12.1.0.2.0 on SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 12 OS.

Author: Chen Wu, ISV Technical Manager, SUSE
Author: Arun Singh, ISV Technical Manager, SUSE
Publication Date: January 17, 2017

1 Introduction

This document provides the details for installing Oracle RAC 12.1.0.2.0 on SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 12. For the example at hand, the x86_64 version of both the Oracle Database 12c Enterprise and SUSE Linux Enterprise Server is used. Similar steps apply to other platforms (x86, IA64, etc.). If you encounter any problem or have general questions, submit your query to <>.

The official Oracle product documentation is available at: http://docs.oracle.com/en/

2 Hardware and Software Requirements

Hardware Requirements

Table 1: Hardware Requirements
RequirementMinimum
RAM32 GB
Swap spaceApproximately twice the size of RAM
Disk space in /tmp8 GB
Disk space for software files8 GB
Disk space for database files8 GB

Software Requirements

SUSE:

Oracle:

3 Testing 4-Node Cluster Information

  • HP DL360 Gen9 Server (Intel Xeon 2x12 core ~ 48 CPU) with 64GB RAM

  • 4 NIC per server (two bonded as active/passive), plus a Static IP Address

  • Local HDD (500 GB)

  • Three shared SAN Partition ( ASM: 30 GB and NFS: 400 GB, Other: 600 B)

  • SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 12 SP1 (x86_64)

  • Kernel version: 3.12.49-11-default

4 Prerequisites

4.1 Installing SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 12

Install SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 12 on each node of the cluster. To do so, follow the instructions in the official SUSE Linux Enterprise Server documentation at https://www.suse.com/documentation/sles-12/

4.2 Network Configuration

The network configuration for your Oracle RAC installation should look as follows:

            #Private:
            10.1.1.1        c2n1-priv 
            10.1.1.2        c2n2-priv 
            10.1.1.3        c2n3-priv 
            10.1.1.4        c2n4-priv 
                
            #Public:
            137.65.135.72   c2n1.provo.novell.com c2n1
            137.65.135.73   c2n2.provo.novell.com c2n2
            137.65.135.74   c2n3.provo.novell.com c2n3
            137.65.135.75   c2n4.provo.novell.com c2n4
                
            #Virtual
            137.65.135.76		c2n1-vip	c2n1-vip.provo.novell.com
            137.65.135.77		c2n2-vip	c2n2-vip.provo.novell.com
            137.65.135.78		c2n3-vip	c2n3-vip.provo.novell.com
            137.65.135.79		c2n4-vip	c2n4-vip.provo.novell.com
                
            #SCAN:
            c2-scan.provo.novell.com (137.65.135.87)
            c2-scan.provo.novell.com (137.65.135.148)
            c2-scan.provo.novell.com (137.65.135.149)             

5 Oracle RAC Installation

The following sections explain how to perform your Oracle RAC installation.

5.1 Installing Oracle Grid Infrastructure

5.1.1 Preparation

Log in to the SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 12 64-bit OS as a non-administration user. Download the Oracle Database 12c Release 1 Grid Infrastructure (12.1.0.2.0) for Linux x86-64.

Extract grid.zip and run the installer './runInstaller' from Grid ShipHome.

5.1.2 Installation

For the actual installation, follow the steps below:

  1. Select Installation Option.

    Installation Option
    Figure 1: Installation Option

    Choose the option Install and Configure Oracle Grid Infrastructure for a Cluster", then click Next to continue.

  2. Proceed to Cluster Type.

    Cluster Type
    Figure 2: Cluster Type

    Choose the option Configure a Standard Cluster", then click Next to continue.

  3. Proceed to Installation Type.

    Installation Type
    Figure 3: Installation Type

    Choose the option Advanced Installation", then click Next to continue.

  4. Proceed to Product Languages.

    Product Languages
    Figure 4: Product Languages

    Select all languages, then click Next to continue.

  5. Fill in the required Grid Plug and Play Information.

    Grid Plug and Play Information
    Figure 5: Grid Plug and Play Information

    Fill in the information as displayed in the screenshot, then click Next to continue.

    For more details about the GNS configuration consult the official Oracle documentation at https://docs.oracle.com/database/121/CWLIN/toc.htm.

  6. Proceed to Cluster Node Information.

    Cluster Node Information
    Figure 6: Cluster Node Information

    Provide the list of nodes with their public host name and virtual host name, then click Next to continue.

  7. Specify the Network Interface Usage .

    Network Interface Usage
    Figure 7: Network Interface Usage

    Provide the details of the interfaces that are used by Oracle Grid for public and private traffic, then click Next to continue.

  8. Fill in the Storage Option Information.

    Storage Option Information
    Figure 8: Storage Option Information

    Choose the option Use Standard ASM for storage, then click Next to continue.

  9. Proceed to Create ASM Disk Group.

    Create AMS Disk Group
    Figure 9: Create AMS Disk Group

    Depending on your needs, create an ASM Disk Group , then click Next to continue.

  10. Specify the ASM Password.

    ASM Password
    Figure 10: ASM Password

    Fill in the ASM Password as shown in the screenshot above, then click Next to continue.

  11. Define the Failure Isolation Support.

    Failure Isolation Support
    Figure 11: Failure Isolation Support

    Choose the option Do not use IPMI, then click Next to continue.

  12. Specify the Management Options.

    Management Options
    Figure 12: Management Options

    If you select or deselect the option Register with EM depends on your needs. After you made your choice click Next to continue.

  13. Proceed to Privileged Operating System Groups.

    Privileged Operating System Groups
    Figure 13: Privileged Operating System Groups

    The operating system gorups are selected by default. Click Next to continue.

  14. Specify the Installation Location.

    Installation Location
    Figure 14: Installation Location

    Fill in the Oracle base and the Software location, then click Next to continue.

  15. Create the Inventory.

    Create Inventory
    Figure 15: Create Inventory

    If this is your first installation on this host, specify a directory for the installation metadata files. Click Next to continue.

  16. Proceed to Root Script Execution Configuration.

    Root Script Execution Configuration
    Figure 16: Root Script Execution Configuration

    While configuring the software, you need to perform certain operations as root user. Choose the option as shown above. The Installer will then perform these operations automatically. Fill in the password for root user. Click Next to continue.

  17. Proceed to Prerequisite Checks.

    Prerequisite Checks 1
    Figure 17: Prerequisite Checks 1

    Perform the prerequisite check as shown on the screen above. Click Fix&Check Again to recheck the system.

    Prerequisite Checks 2
    Figure 18: Prerequisite Checks 2

    Follow the prompts, and run the fixup script as root manually on each node. Click OK.

    c2n1:/home # /tmp/CVU_12.1.0.2.0_oracle/runfixup.sh
    All Fix-up operations were completed successfully.
    c2n1:/home #
    Prerequiste Checks 3
    Figure 19: Prerequiste Checks 3

    On the Fixup Result tab, checkmark the option Ignore All. Click Next to continue.

  18. Review the Summary.

    Summary
    Figure 20: Summary

    Review the installation Summary as shown above. If everything is correct, click Install to continue.

  19. Install the product.

    Install Product - Progress
    Figure 21: Install Product - Progress

    The packages are being installed.

    Install Product - Configuration Steps
    Figure 22: Install Product - Configuration Steps

    The action prepare for configuration steps is to be completed. At this point you first need to install the Oracle Patch 18456643. After that, click Yes to run the configuration scripts.

    Install Product - Verification Utility
    Figure 23: Install Product - Verification Utility

    An error message will pop up Oracle Cluster Verification Utility failed. Ignore the error and click OK to continue.

    Install Product - Setup Completed
    Figure 24: Install Product - Setup Completed

    When the setup is completed, click Next to continue.

    Install Product - Setup Completed Message
    Figure 25: Install Product - Setup Completed Message

    An error message will pop up to inform you about some configuration assistants that failed. Click Yes to confirm.

    Install Product - Finish
    Figure 26: Install Product - Finish

    You have now finished the installation of the Oracle Grid Infrastructure for a Cluster.

5.1.3 Post-Installation Checks

  1. Check the Oracle Clusterware health:

    oracle@c2n1:~> /home/grid/bin/crsctl check cluster -all
    **************************************************************
    c2n1:
    CRS-4537: Cluster Ready Services is online
    CRS-4529: Cluster Synchronization Services is online
    CRS-4533: Event Manager is online
    **************************************************************
    c2n2:
    CRS-4537: Cluster Ready Services is online
    CRS-4529: Cluster Synchronization Services is online
    CRS-4533: Event Manager is online
    **************************************************************
    c2n3:
    CRS-4537: Cluster Ready Services is online
    CRS-4529: Cluster Synchronization Services is online
    CRS-4533: Event Manager is online
    **************************************************************
    c2n4:
    CRS-4537: Cluster Ready Services is online
    CRS-4529: Cluster Synchronization Services is online
    CRS-4533: Event Manager is online
    **************************************************************
  2. Check the Oracle Clusterware resources:

    oracle@c2n1:~> /home/grid/bin/srvctl status nodeapps
    VIP c2n1-vip.provo.novell.com is enabled
    VIP c2n1-vip.provo.novell.com is running on node: c2n1
    VIP c2n2-vip.provo.novell.com is enabled
    VIP c2n2-vip.provo.novell.com is running on node: c2n2
    VIP c2n3-vip.provo.novell.com is enabled
    VIP c2n3-vip.provo.novell.com is running on node: c2n3
    VIP c2n4-vip.provo.novell.com is enabled
    VIP c2n4-vip.provo.novell.com is running on node: c2n4
    Network is enabled
    Network is running on node: c2n1
    Network is running on node: c2n4
    Network is running on node: c2n3
    Network is running on node: c2n2
    ONS is enabled
    ONS daemon is running on node: c2n1
    ONS daemon is running on node: c2n4
    ONS daemon is running on node: c2n3
    ONS daemon is running on node: c2n2
  3. Check the status of the designated resources:

    oracle@c2n1:~> /home/grid/bin/crsctl stat res -t
    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Name        Target State      Server                   State details
    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Local Resources
    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    ora.LISTENER.lsnr
             ONLINE  ONLINE       c2n1                     STABLE
             ONLINE  ONLINE       c2n2                     STABLE
             ONLINE  ONLINE       c2n3                     STABLE
             ONLINE  ONLINE       c2n4                     STABLE
    ora.SUSETEST.dg
             ONLINE  ONLINE       c2n1                     STABLE
             ONLINE  ONLINE       c2n2                     STABLE
             ONLINE  ONLINE       c2n3                     STABLE
             ONLINE  ONLINE       c2n4                     STABLE
    ora.SUSETEST01.dg
             ONLINE  ONLINE       c2n1                     STABLE
             ONLINE  ONLINE       c2n2                     STABLE
             ONLINE  ONLINE       c2n3                     STABLE
             ONLINE  ONLINE       c2n4                     STABLE
    ora.asm
             ONLINE  ONLINE       c2n1                     Started,STABLE
             ONLINE  ONLINE       c2n2                     Started,STABLE
             ONLINE  ONLINE       c2n3                     Started,STABLE
             ONLINE  ONLINE       c2n4                     Started,STABLE
    ora.net1.network
             ONLINE  ONLINE       c2n1                     STABLE
             ONLINE  ONLINE       c2n2                     STABLE
             ONLINE  ONLINE       c2n3                     STABLE
             ONLINE  ONLINE       c2n4                     STABLE
    ora.ons
             ONLINE  ONLINE       c2n1                     STABLE
             ONLINE  ONLINE       c2n2                     STABLE
             ONLINE  ONLINE       c2n3                     STABLE
             ONLINE  ONLINE       c2n4                     STABLE
    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Cluster Resources
    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    ora.LISTENER_SCAN1.lsnr
        1    ONLINE  ONLINE       c2n4                     STABLE
    ora.LISTENER_SCAN2.lsnr
        1    ONLINE  ONLINE       c2n3                     STABLE
    ora.LISTENER_SCAN3.lsnr
        1    ONLINE  ONLINE       c2n1                     STABLE
    ora.MGMTLSNR
        1    ONLINE  ONLINE       c2n1                     169.254.38.57 10.1.1.1,STABLE
    ora.c2n1.vip
        1    ONLINE  ONLINE       c2n1                     STABLE
    ora.c2n2.vip
        1    ONLINE  ONLINE       c2n2                     STABLE
    ora.c2n3.vip
        1    ONLINE  ONLINE       c2n3                     STABLE
    ora.c2n4.vip
        1    ONLINE  ONLINE       c2n4                     STABLE
    ora.cvu
        1    ONLINE  ONLINE       c2n1                     STABLE
    ora.mgmtdb
        1    ONLINE  ONLINE       c2n1                     Open,STABLE
    ora.oc4j
        1    ONLINE  ONLINE       c2n1                     STABLE
    ora.scan1.vip
        1    ONLINE  ONLINE       c2n4                     STABLE
    ora.scan2.vip
        1    ONLINE  ONLINE       c2n3                     STABLE
    ora.scan3.vip
        1    ONLINE  ONLINE       c2n1                     STABLE
    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  4. Check OCR and the Voting disk files:

    oracle@c2n1:~> /home/grid/bin/ocrcheck
    Status of Oracle Cluster Registry is as follows :
            Version                  :          4
            Total space (kbytes)     :     409568
            Used space (kbytes)      :       1696
            Available space (kbytes) :     407872
            ID                       : 1286433802
            Device/File Name         :  +SUSETEST
                         Device/File integrity check succeeded
        
                         Device/File not configured
        
                         Device/File not configured
        
                         Device/File not configured
        
                         Device/File not configured
        
            Cluster registry integrity check succeeded
        
            Logical corruption check bypassed due to non-privileged user   
            
    oracle@c2n1:~> /home/grid/bin/crsctl query css votedisk
    ##  STATE    File Universal Id                File Name Disk group
    --  -----    -----------------                --------- ---------
    1. ONLINE   3195ba343d234f0cbf92bf2df0f7d3b9 (/dev/oradata/disk1) [SUSETEST]
    2. ONLINE   3410554dce114fa1bfb86b8cd1f3288b (/dev/oradata/disk2) [SUSETEST]
    3. ONLINE   69bb2fac7bac4f71bf4b3ec63154f76c (/dev/oradata/disk3) [SUSETEST]
    Located 3 voting disk(s).

5.2 Installing Oracle Database

5.2.1 Preparation

Log in to the SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 12 64-bit OS as a non-admin user. Download the Oracle Database 12c Release 1 (12.1.0.2.0) for Linux x86-64.

Extract grid.zip and run the installer './runInstaller' from Database ShipHome.

5.2.2 Installation

For the actual installation, follow the steps below:

  1. Select Configure Security Updates

    Configure Security Updates
    Figure 27: Configure Security Updates

    Provide your e-mail address to be informed of security issues, then click Next to continue.

  2. Proceed to Installation Option.

    Installation Option
    Figure 28: Installation Option

    Choose the option Install database software only, then click Next to continue.

  3. Proceed to Grid Installation Options.

    Grid Installation Options
    Figure 29: Grid Installation Options

    Choose the option Oracle Real Application Clusters database installation, then click Next to continue.

  4. Go to Nodes Selection to select from the list of nodes.

    Nodes Selection
    Figure 30: Nodes Selection

    Select all nodes in the cluster, then click Next to continue.

  5. Proceed to Product Languages.

    Product Languages
    Figure 31: Product Languages

    Select all languages, then click Next to continue.

  6. Select the Database Edition.

    Database Edition
    Figure 32: Database Edition

    Choose the option Enterprise Edition, then click Next to continue.

  7. Specify the Installation Location.

    Installation Location
    Figure 33: Installation Location

    Fill in the Oracle base and the Software location as shown above, then click Next to continue.

  8. Define the privileged Operating System Groups.

    Operating System Groups
    Figure 34: Operating System Groups

    The priviledged Operating System groups are selected by default. Click Next to continue.

  9. Perform the Prerequisite Checks .

    Prerequisite Checks
    Figure 35: Prerequisite Checks

    Perform the pre-check as shown above; to recheck the system. Click Fix&Check Again to continue.

    Fixup Script
    Figure 36: Fixup Script

    Follow the prompts. Manually run the fixup script as root user on each node, then click OK.

    You should see the following output:

    c2n1 ~ #: /tmp/CVU_12.1.0.2.0_oracle/runfixup.sh
    All Fix-up operations were completed successfully.

    Check the Fixup Results here:

    Fixup Results
    Figure 37: Fixup Results

    Check the Verification Results here:

    Verification Results
    Figure 38: Verification Results

    Select the option Ignore All, then click Next to continue.

  10. Review the Summary.

    Summary
    Figure 39: Summary

    If you see the installation summary as shown above, click Install to continue.

  11. Proceed to Install Product.

    Install Product
    Figure 40: Install Product

    While the product loads, a window pops up where you can execute the configuration scripts.

    Execute Configuration Scripts
    Figure 41: Execute Configuration Scripts

    Execute root.sh as the root user in each cluster node, then click OK to continue.

    You will see the following output:

    c2n1:~ # /home/oracle/app/product/12.1.0/dbhome_1/root.sh
    Performing root user operation.
    
    The following environment variables are set as:
        ORACLE_OWNER=oracle
        ORACLE_Home=/home/oracle/app/product/12.1.0/dbhome_1
        
    Enter the full pathname of the local bin directory: [/usr/local/bin]
    The contents of "dbhome" have not changed. No need to overwrite.
    The contents of "oraenv" have not changed. No need to overwrite.
    The contents of "coraenv" have not changed. No need to overwrite.
    
    Entries will be added to the /etc/oratab file as needed by
    Database Configuration Assistant when a database is created
    Finished running generic part of root script.
    Now product-specific root actions will be performed.

    The next screen indicates that the installation has been finished successfully.

    Finish
    Figure 42: Finish

    The installation of your Oracle Database is finished. Click Close to close the screen.

5.2.3 Create ASM Disk Group

Use the ASM Configuration Assistant to create the ASM disk group for datafile storage.

ASM Configuration Assistant
Figure 43: ASM Configuration Assistant

Follow the instructions displayed on the screen.

5.2.4 Create Oracle RAC 12.1.0.2 Database

Perform the following steps to create your Oracle RAC 12.1.0.2 database by using the Database Configuration Assistant:

  1. Select Database Operation.

    Database Operation
    Figure 44: Database Operation

    Choose the option Create Database, then click Next to continue.

  2. Proceed to Creation Mode.

    Creation Mode
    Figure 45: Creation Mode

    Choose the option Advanced Mode, then click Next to continue.

  3. Define the Database Template.

    Database Template
    Figure 46: Database Template

    Select the type of database you want to configure, then click Next to continue.

  4. Proceed to Database Identification.

    Database Identification
    Figure 47: Database Identification

    Fill in the Global Database Name as shown above, then click Next to continue.

    Note
    Note: Container Database

    Oracle Database 12C supports the creation of a Container Database. This means you can also create a Container Database depending on your needs.

  5. Proceed to Database Placement.

    Database Placement
    Figure 48: Database Placement

    Review the Server Pools information as shown above. Click Next to continue.

  6. Specifiy the Management Options.

    Management Options
    Figure 49: Management Options

    Specify the management options for the database, then click Next to continue.

  7. Proceed to Database Credentials.

    Database Credentials
    Figure 50: Database Credentials

    Specify the administrative password for the database users, then click Next to continue.

  8. Proceed to Storage Locations.

    Storage Locations
    Figure 51: Storage Locations

    Specify the database files storage information as shown above, then click Next to continue.

  9. Proceed to Database Options.

    Database Options
    Figure 52: Database Options

    According to your needs, specify whether to add the schemas to your database. Click Next to continue.

  10. Proceed to Initialization Parameters.

    Initialization Parameters
    Figure 53: Initialization Parameters

    Choose the option Typical Settings and adjust the parameters to meet your requirements. Click Next to continue.

  11. Proceed to Creation Options.

    Creation Options
    Figure 54: Creation Options

    Select the database creation options as shown above, then click Next to continue.

  12. Perform the Prerequisite Checks.

    Prerequisite Checks
    Figure 55: Prerequisite Checks

    Select the option Ignore All, then click Next to continue.

  13. Review the Summary.

    Summary
    Figure 56: Summary

    Review and check the information displayed in the Database Configuration Summary as shown above. Click Finish to continue.

  14. Review the Progress Page.

    Progress Page
    Figure 57: Progress Page

    The creation of your database is now progressing as shown above. Wait until the creation process is completed.

  15. Proceed to Finish.

    Finish
    Figure 58: Finish

    When the creation of the database is completed, some information is displayed on the screen as shown above. Click Close to close the screen.

5.2.5 Post-Installation Checks

  1. Verify the database status and the configuration.

    oracle@c2n1:~> export ORACLE_HOME=/home/oracle/app/product/12.1.0/dbhome_1
    oracle@c2n1:~> /home/oracle/app/product/12.1.0/dbhome_1/bin/srvctl status database -d susedb
    Instance SUSEDB_1 is running on node c2n2
    Instance SUSEDB_2 is running on node c2n3
    Instance SUSEDB_3 is running on node c2n4
    Instance SUSEDB_4 is running on node c2n1
    oracle@c2n1:~> /home/oracle/app/product/12.1.0/dbhome_1/bin/srvctl config database -d susedb -a
    Database unique name: SUSEDB
    Database name: SUSEDB
    Oracle home: /home/oracle/app/product/12.1.0/dbhome_1
    Oracle user: oracle
    Spfile: +SUSETEST01/SUSEDB/PARAMETERFILE/spfile.274.908484433
    Password file: +SUSETEST01/SUSEDB/PASSWORD/pwdsusedb.256.908484093
    Domain:
    Start options: open
    Stop options: immediate
    Database role: PRIMARY
    Management policy: AUTOMATIC
    Server pools: susepool
    Disk Groups: SUSETEST01
    Mount point paths:
    Services:
    Type: RAC
    Start concurrency:
    Stop concurrency:
    Database is enabled
    Database is individually enabled on nodes:
    Database is individually disabled on nodes:
    OSDBA group: dba
    OSOPER group:
    Database instances:
    Configured nodes:
    Database is policy managed
    oracle@c2n1:~> /home/grid/bin/crsctl stat res -t
    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Name        Target State      Server                   State details
    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Local Resources
    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    ora.LISTENER.lsnr
            ONLINE  ONLINE       c2n1                     STABLE
            ONLINE  ONLINE       c2n2                     STABLE
            ONLINE  ONLINE       c2n3                     STABLE
            ONLINE  ONLINE       c2n4                     STABLE
    ora.SUSETEST.dg
            ONLINE  ONLINE       c2n1                     STABLE
            ONLINE  ONLINE       c2n2                     STABLE
            ONLINE  ONLINE       c2n3                     STABLE
            ONLINE  ONLINE       c2n4                     STABLE
    ora.SUSETEST01.dg
            ONLINE  ONLINE       c2n1                     STABLE
            ONLINE  ONLINE       c2n2                     STABLE
            ONLINE  ONLINE       c2n3                     STABLE
            ONLINE  ONLINE       c2n4                     STABLE
    ora.asm
            ONLINE  ONLINE       c2n1                     Started,STABLE
            ONLINE  ONLINE       c2n2                     Started,STABLE
            ONLINE  ONLINE       c2n3                     Started,STABLE
            ONLINE  ONLINE       c2n4                     Started,STABLE
    ora.net1.network
            ONLINE  ONLINE       c2n1                     STABLE
            ONLINE  ONLINE       c2n2                     STABLE
            ONLINE  ONLINE       c2n3                     STABLE
            ONLINE  ONLINE       c2n4                     STABLE
    ora.ons
            ONLINE  ONLINE       c2n1                     STABLE
            ONLINE  ONLINE       c2n2                     STABLE
            ONLINE  ONLINE       c2n3                     STABLE
            ONLINE  ONLINE       c2n4                     STABLE
    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Cluster Resources
    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    ora.LISTENER_SCAN1.lsnr
        1    ONLINE  ONLINE       c2n4                     STABLE
    ora.LISTENER_SCAN2.lsnr
        1    ONLINE  ONLINE       c2n3                     STABLE
    ora.LISTENER_SCAN3.lsnr
        1    ONLINE  ONLINE       c2n1                     STABLE
    ora.MGMTLSNR
        1    ONLINE  ONLINE       c2n1                     169.254.38.57 10.1.1.1,STABLE
    ora.c2n1.vip
        1    ONLINE  ONLINE       c2n1                     STABLE
    ora.c2n2.vip
        1    ONLINE  ONLINE       c2n2                     STABLE
    ora.c2n3.vip
        1    ONLINE  ONLINE       c2n3                     STABLE
    ora.c2n4.vip
        1    ONLINE  ONLINE       c2n4                     STABLE
    ora.cvu
        1    ONLINE  ONLINE       c2n1                     STABLE
    ora.mgmtdb
        1    ONLINE  ONLINE       c2n1                     Open,STABLE
    ora.oc4j
        1    ONLINE  ONLINE       c2n1                     STABLE
    ora.scan1.vip
        1    ONLINE  ONLINE       c2n4                     STABLE
    ora.scan2.vip
        1    ONLINE  ONLINE       c2n3                     STABLE
    ora.scan3.vip
        1    ONLINE  ONLINE       c2n1                     STABLE
    ora.susedb.db
        1    ONLINE  ONLINE       c2n2                     Open,STABLE
        2    ONLINE  ONLINE       c2n3                     Open,STABLE
        3    ONLINE  ONLINE       c2n4                     Open,STABLE
        4    ONLINE  ONLINE       c2n1                     Open,STABLE    
    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  2. Verify the availability of your Oracle Enterprise Manager.

    Oracle Enterprise Manager
    Figure 59: Oracle Enterprise Manager

6 Additional Comments

  1. Edit the CV_ASUME_DISTID=SUSE11 parameter in database/stage/cvu/cv/admin/cvu_config & grid/stage/cvu/cv/admin/cvu_config

  2. Apply Patch 20737462 to address CVU issues relating to the lack of reference data

  3. Install libcap1 (libcap2 libraries are installed by default); for example libcap1-1.10-59.61.x86_64 & libcap1-32bit-1.10-59.61.x86_64

  4. ksh is replaced by mksh; that is mksh-50-2.13.x86_64

  5. libaio has been renamed to libaio1 (that is libaio1-0.3.109-17.15.x86_64); ensure that libaio1 is installed

  6. OUI may be invoked with -ignoreSysPreqs to temporarily workaround ongoing CVU check failures

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