In order to install and configure Oracle on the standby node, the IP resource and volume resource must be configured to be active on the standby node (SIOS20-NODE2).

  1. Log in to SIOS20-NODE1 as SIOS20-AD\lkadmin.
  1. Launch the PowerShell for administrators.
  1. Execute the following command to stop all Oracle Database related services. Note that services whose service names start with “Oracle” except for OCI-related services (service names separated by a space, such as “Oracle XXX”) are targeted.
    Check the target Oracle-related services.
    PS > Get-Service | ? { $_.Name -match "^Oracle[^ ]" }

    Stop the Oracle-related services identified.
    PS > Get-Service | ? { $_.Name -match "^Oracle[^ ]" -and $_.StartType -ne "Disabled" } | % { Stop-Service -Name $_.Name }
  1. Launch the LifeKeeper GUI (when starting from the menu, right click and select run as administrator), right-click on the SIOS20-NODE2 IP resource ( and select In Service, allowing the resource to become active on SIOS20-NODE2.
  1. Configure the volume resource (Vol. D) to be active on SIOS20-NODE2.
  1. The IP resource and volume resource are active now on SIOS20-NODE2.


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