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RAC clusters allow many smaller databases to be consolidated into one or more larger databases. While such databases present security issues, they greatly simplify management and reduce administrative costs. RAC databases are much more complex to manage than their single-instance equivalents. Support of a RAC database requires additional skills for the DBA, the system administrator, the storage engineer, and the network engineer. Economies of scale in manageability can only be achieved if multiple single-instance databases can be consolidated into one or more RAC clusters.

Online Maintenance The RAC option allows you to perform limited maintenance while the database is still running. It is possible to shut down individual nodes and perform upgrades without impacting the availability of the database. High Availability Testing To date, most customers implementing RAC on Linux clusters have been cautious of both the technology and the marketing. As such, they generally wish to validate the technology themselves before deployment. This normally involves porting their existing application from the legacy platform to Oracle RAC on Linux and then performing tests to explore the scalability and availability.

A storage subsystem. This must be configured to provide some form of redundancy. • A storage infrastructure. In many environments this involves providing switches and other devices to implement redundant paths in a storage area network (SAN). • Host bus adapters. These are effectively network cards that allow the servers to communicate with the SAN. • Multipathing software. This supports multiple routes through the storage network to the storage devices. • A network infrastructure. RAC systems require a minimum of two separate networks.

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