Where is cmcfg.ora in 10g?

Posted on 2007-10-10
Last Modified: 2013-12-19
In Oracle RAC 9.x, there was a file called cmcfg.ora located in $ORACLHOME/cmc. It contained information about the other nodes in the cluster. In Oracle RAC 10.x, that file/directory no longer exists. Is there another file that serves the same purpose? Or possibly a view/table that will tell me what is the name of the other nodes in the cluster?
Question by:nbtzlp3
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    Accepted Solution

    Easy way in a 10g cluster is to execute:

    ${ORA_CRS_HOME}/bin/cemutlo -n

    Author Comment

    The cmcfg.ora file gives me the node names for all the nodes in the cluster.  This command gives me the cluster name that I can compare with the output from the same command across all my nodes.  Either way, I still get the result that I am looking for.  I can programmaticly get a list of nodes in a cluster.  Actually, I like this way better than parsing the cmcfg.ora file.


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