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Clusterware commands 11gR2

Beginning with Oracle 11gR2,  Oracle Clusterware stack on all nodes in a cluster can be managed from any node using the following grid infrastructure  (former CRS) commands:

$ crsctl check cluster -all – to check the status of the Clusterware on all nodes
$ crsctl stop cluster -all – to stop the Oracle Clusterware stack on all nodes
$ crsctl start cluster -all – to start the Oracle Clusterware stack on all nodes

Unlike the previous Oracle versions, beginning with Oracle 11gR2,  Oracle Clusterware stack on all nodes in a cluster can be managed from any node using the following Clusterized (Cluster Aware) commands:

$ crsctl check cluster -all – to check the status of the Clusterware on all nodes
$ crsctl stop cluster -all – to stop the Oracle Clusterware stack on all nodes
$ crsctl start cluster -all – to start the Oracle Clusterware stack on all nodes

December 22, 2009 - Posted by | oracle

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