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When we install rac

as the prerequisites  we 1)  create users, user, groups,etc/hosts files etc
also we create strorage disks 2)  asm1,asm2, votingdisk1,votingdis2 .....etc

Do we want to create the second set ie the asm1,asm2, votingdisk1,votingdis2 .....etc
in node 2 as well
I  know we have to make in node 1

My question is do we need to create disks in node2 or node 3 etc

please advice?
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by:slightwv (䄆 Netminder)
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Given that you have confirmed that you are following the steps in:
http://dnccfg.blogspot.com/2012/09/koracle11gr2racsetup.html

It tells you:
On all the other nodes in the cluster, use the scandisks command as the root user to pickup the newly created ASM disks. You do not need to create the ASM disks on each node, only on one node in the cluster.
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by:walkerdba
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let me confirm asm and votingdisk
create only in one node...
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RAC is a shared disk setup.  Once you create disks, they are shared across all nodes.

Thinking this way, does it make sense to create disks on all nodes?
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yes
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