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solution for error ora-12560 oracle 10g failsafe server node2 on windows werver 2003 mscs server

Posted on 2009-05-20
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i have created the 2 node cluster by using the  starwind iscsi target software and microsoft iscsi initiator on windows server 2003. then i have installed the oracle software on both nodes.
then i have created the database on one node and used the shared drive for storing the control file, database file and logfiles.then i have installed the oracle fail safe softwareversion 3.3.3 on both nodes. after completing the above procedure i am facing the following problems

1) problem on node1(when node2 is  off or on)-  after turning on this node, i am getting the error ora-12528, i found the database in no mount condition. then  i used "shut immediate"  command  to make it down. then i used the "startup" command, i found that the database is open without  ora-12528 error . i fell that it should start automatically when the windows server start. so please guide for the automatic startup of the database on node1(
2)i problem on node2 (when node 1 is  off or on)-  it is giving the error ora-12560 tns protocol adapter error while connecting to oracle.
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How much experience do you have managing or installing Oracle databases in a simpler (non-clustered) configuration?

If you are new to Oracle, I would *NOT* recommend that you try working with a complex configuration like this first!  Get some experience with Oracle on a single server first.  If your organization "needs" to have Oracle running in a clustered environment, then hire consultants with experience in installing, configuring and managing a complex environment like that.  Or, pay Oracle (or some other hosted service provider) to host the data and take care of these complexities for you.
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