Two instances for a single database targeting Oracle 10g on windows platform
Database: Oracle 10g (Server)
Operating system: Windows XP SP2
Now, i want to create two instances for a single database, is that possible?
With RAC yes, of course that is possible....but normally working on:
Steps i followed:
1. Created one more instance with ORADIM utility.
2. The same is displayed appropriately in services.msc
3. Copy/pasted the init.ora file and updated the new copy/pasted db_name to 'ORCL2' where in by default the original init.ora file had db_name as 'ORCL'
Instance ORCL2 is not recongized.....
you cannot do that and what is the point may I ask?
So you think Oracle invested tons of money and time developing RAC just because they had nothing better to do?
Originally Posted by venkata_sri
my brain! my brain! LOL
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And do you think all these people who are buying RAC do not have any clue?
One, who thinks that the other one who thinks that know and does not know, does not know either!
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