The configuration in this document is based on the following information.

LifeKeeper is installed on the VM instances and the HA cluster with Oracle active/standby is configured. The configuration to connect to the Oracle from the client within the VPC network which is different from the VPC network having the cluster system is also created.

Server Configuration

Instance Size Cluster node n1-standard-1
(1 vCPU, 3.75GB memory)
Client node n1-standard-1
(1 vCPU, 3.75GB memory)
Disk Size Cluster node Boot disk:50GB
Data disk:30GB
Client node Boot disk:50GB
Private IP Address Cluster node
Cluster node
Client node
Client node (different VPC)

Software Configuration

OS Windows Server 2019 Enterprise
LifeKeeper LifeKeeper for Windows v8.8.2
Oracle Database Oracle Database 19c (19.3) for Microsoft Windows x64 (64-bit)
Oracle Client Oracle Database 19c Client (19.3) for Microsoft Windows x64 (64-bit)

Network Configuration

Region Tokyo(asia-northeast1)
VPC Network
Private subnet
For the cluster node.
Public subnet
For the client node.
Another VPC Network
Public subnet
For another VPC client.
Load Balancer
(Cloud Load Balancing)
Internal load balancer
・Backend:cluster node
NAT Gateway
(Cloud NAT)
NAT mapping
・Private subnet
・Public subnet
For the internet connection of the VM instance on the private subnet.


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