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How to Implement a Non-RAC (Single Instance with Existing ASM-RAC as storage)

Discussion in 'Installation - Unix and Unix Like' started by Nolimer, Jan 13, 2013.

  1. Nolimer

    Nolimer Active Member

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    Hi Oracle DBA Community,

    We have an existing RAC on our Data Center and from our DR Site we have an IBM AIX server that is designed to run a Synchronous Peer to Peer Remote copy(PPRC) that used to copy data to a remote site for Disaster Recovery Purposes.

    Scenario will be,

    Since that our Server from the DR site have a PPRC capability it used a remote copy of our ASM-RAC (from our Data center) as storage. Is it possible that we install a Single

    Instance to our DR-Site and used the copy of our ASM-RAC as storage?

    Hope to have a reply from the Oracle DBA community.


    regards,
    nolimer
     
  2. zargon

    zargon Community Moderator Forum Guru

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    The storage isn't RAC, only the cluster database instances are. You can just as easily implement a standalone database using ASM as you can a RAC database.