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oracle 10 g databse on two clustered servers does not startup automatically

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dear all,
i have two windows server 2008 servers clustered .both attached to A SAN hosting an oracle 10g databse. my prolem  is that when i move the cluster from one server to the othr server ,the database does not start automatically, i need to log in to dqlplus and start it up.although the oracle service on both servers is set to automatic!!
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Oracle has its own clustering technology (RAC) and is not integrated with Windows clustering. I don't know how you switch nodes, but you may consider writing a very short script to start the database rather than relying on the switching of the nodes.

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ok...i think this may solve it
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