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Config file to disable High Availability Services in RAC

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I'm on a 2 node cluster on 11.2.0.2.

I know there is a config file stored on the file system that will disable Oracle's High Availability Services after a server is rebooted or shutdonw/started up.
Does anyone know where this file is located or the name of the file?
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by:MikeOM_DBA
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Perhaps you are referring to crsctl?

==> crsctl config -h
Usage:
  crsctl config has
     Display OHAS autostart config on this server

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Yeah but I thought there was also a config file that resides on the file system where it'll read from first at sever start up. Any idea what that file is called?
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The config file is managed by crsctl and you can use it to set "autostart" for any component.
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Thank you!
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