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Add log file group in RAC 10gR2

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hi experts,
I have Oracle database 10g R2 in RAC environment.It has 2 nodes. Could you please show me step by step to add redo log group to this database? also show me how to increase redo log file?

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So many variables, but here is a generalization:

--- If you init.ora is set as such ---
DB_CREATE_ONLINE_LOG_DEST_1 = '+dgroup1'
DB_CREATE_ONLINE_LOG_DEST_2 = '+dgroup2'

--- you can then ---
ALTER DATABASE ADD LOGFILE;
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I don't use ASM. I use veritas to manage raw space.
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With VCS the filesystem is created just like a mount point (at least that is the way we have it configured here)... so to create a new redo log it is the same as if we were using local file systems...

ALTER DATABASE ADD LOGFILE GROUP 2 ('/oracle_prd/oradata/my_db/log2.ora') SIZE 50M;

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