When designing a RAC cluster, you should fully define and identify your business requirements. Once you have defined your business requirements, your next step is to identify your architectural decisions, which will, in turn, allow you to specify storage and hardware requirements. Your architectural decisions will be reflected in the logical and physical design of the application. The logical design of your application will result in the physical design, and hence will be reflected in the RAC implementation.
KeywordsNode Failure Execution Plan Local Disk Bind Variable Business Requirement
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