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Installing Oracle 10g R2 Cluster on Windows 2003 Enterprise

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Hi,

What are the third party tools available to ease the installation of Oracle 10g Release 2 Two-node cluster?
I found the Oracle Clusterware installation tedious.

Platform: Windows 2003 Enterprise Server
Hardware: 2 x IBM x346 , DS400 Storage w/ FC (4 x hard-disks w/ Raid)

Regards,
Kenny
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I dont think there is any 3rd party tool to install RAC. It is not very tedious

just follow below note

Subject:       Step-By-Step Install of RAC with OCFS on Windows 2003
        Doc ID:       Note:178882.1
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Go throught the bottom of this link :
http://www.oracle-base.com/articles/10g/OracleDB10gR2RACInstallationOnWindows2003UsingVMware.php

From heading : Oracle Installation Prerequisites

The steps to install are similar and is not much complicated
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If you have cluster file system then you can follow Mr.gattu07 method,if not you have to use either ASM of RAW file system database storage.

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by:kenny_klbn
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Dear all,

I am still going through Gattu's and Anand's instructions. thanks for the support.

rgds,
Kenny
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