Apr. 6th, 2009

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Apparently, part of how Oracle RAC does its magic is through a virtual IP address that it takes care of bringing up and down. This can be something of a problem (as the DBAs learned this morning), when you have nodes on seperate VLANs, and when one node goes down Oracle brings the VIP up on the other server.

"I'll take 'Things it would have been good to know a long time before now' for $500, Alex."

Now if I could just figure out why this one RAC can't seem to keep itself up and running for more then 5 - 10 hours before nodes just randomly eating themselves to the point where I need to powercycle them to bring them back online, I'd be a very happy person.

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