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No Test --> Emergency Response

Last Week, i have work a week-end to resolve a current situation in extended cluster, ade-synchronisation between disks of a disk group. On this site, the installation is CRS version 11.1.0.7, ASM 11.1.0.7, DB 10.2.0.4.The DBA knew this situation in cluster 10.2 with Database 10.2. and they don't have tested this situation after the 11g migration.Or they is a BUG : 7311909 .A test before the start of production would avoid 1 day of downtime for several hundred users.My conclusion in HA…See More
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Pierre Boizot profits 25 years of experiment in the field of the data bases, this course of the data processing to the management of its lodging allows him today to have good experience and comprehension of the environments info-center and marketing. As an independent consultant during 8 years, Pierre evolved/moved in various environments thus acquiring autonomy and of new knowledge, reinforcing its capacity to implement environments highly available and powerful. Of an open mind, curious and innovating, endowed with a great capacity of listening and of a good availability, it works to put its competences at the service of its interlocutors, to carry out and achieve the goals laid down within the framework of its contracts.
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No Test --> Emergency Response

Last Week, i have work a week-end to resolve a current situation in extended cluster, a

de-synchronisation between disks of a disk group. On this site, the installation is CRS version 11.1.0.7, ASM 11.1.0.7, DB 10.2.0.4.

The DBA knew this situation in cluster 10.2 with Database 10.2. and they don't have tested this situation after the 11g migration.

Or they is a BUG : 7311909 .

A test before the start of production would avoid 1 day of downtime for several hundred… Continue

Posted on December 23, 2009 at 12:06pm

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