Create block volumes that will be the data storage area for Oracle or PostgreSQL, and attach it to the cluster node.

Creating Block Volumes

Create two block volumes for sios20-node1 and sios20-node2.

  1. Select > Storage > Block Volumes.
  1. Select sios20-c in Compartment and click Create Block Volume.
  1. Create two Block Volumes, one for sios20-node1 and one for sios20-node2, by entering the following values in the form that appears.
Item Value
sios20-node1 sios20-node2
Name sios20-volume1 sios20-volume2
Create In Compartment sios20-c
Availability Domain niqh:AP-TOKYO-1-AD-1 (default)
Volume Size and Performance
Default / Custom Custom (*1)
Volume Size 50 (*1)
Target Volume Performance Default for all
Backup Policies
Select Backup Policy No Backup Policy Selected
Cross Region Replication
Encryption Encrypt using Oracle-managed keys
View detail page after this block volume is created Enabled

*1 : Since this is for verification, Custom is selected and the minimum size of 50 GB is specified (default size is 1024 GB)

Attaching Block Volumes

Attach the Block Volume created in the previous section to both cluster nodes sios20-node1 and sios20-node2.

  1. On the sios20-volume1 (or sios20-volume2) details page, click Attached Instances > Attach to Instance.

  1. Enter the following values in the form that appears to attach each Block Volume to sios20-node1 and sios20-node2.
Item Value
sios20-volume1 sios20-volume2
Attachment Type Paravirtualized (*1)
Access Type Read/Write
Select Instance / Enter Instance OCID Select Instance
Choose instance sios20-node1 sios20-node2

*1 : iSCSI can also be specified, but it requires iSCSI initiator settings, etc. on the cluster node. This is not covered in this guide.


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