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IS SHARED HBAs(VIO) SUPPORTED FOR RAC PRODUCTON ON 11gR1 (AIX 6.1)

Posted on 2011-03-13
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Hi ,

We are implementing new Oracle RAC on AIX 6.1 . We stuck on process and we need to know is dedicated HBA needed for Oracle RAC or shared HBA supported for 11gR1 .

In oracle documentation they didn't mention anything about that also i cannot find any related information in support website.

Any idea .

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by:woolmilkporc
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Hi,

shared HBA (virtual or NPIV) is supported for all SAN configurations except for tape attachment, which supports only dedicated adapters or NPIV.

wmp

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by:mohssinm
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Thanks wmp . You are talking about oracle RAC .right?

But do you have any referene for that.
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by:woolmilkporc
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Not particularly for ORACLE RAC. I don't think there's such a reference.

I'd suggest simply trying it out.
As long as your cluster is under construction this won't do any harm, or will it?

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wmp this is what I am looking for exactly .

Thanks
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