The table below lists and explains names and meanings of the Oracle parameters. These values are tuned by editing the /etc/default/LifeKeeper configuration file.
|Parameter Name||Meaning||Setting Value||Default Value||When to Apply||Notes|
|ORACLE_ORATABLOC|| /etc/oratab is used by default.
Specifies the directory where the alternative oratab file is located.
/etc/oratab is referenced, but if the file does not exist, oratab in the directory specified with this parameter is read.
|String||/var/opt/oracle||As required (takes effect immediately)|
|LK_ORA_NICE||Determines whether a recovery attempt will occur on a database connection failure caused when the maximum number of allowed connections has been reached. A recovery attempt when the maximum number has been reached can cause a failover to the standby node.|| 0: execute the recovery attempt
1: prevent the recovery attempt
|0||As required (takes effect immediately)|
|ORACLE_RESTORE_TIMEOUT||Specifies the timeout value in seconds when starting Oracle resources.||Integers||300||As required (takes effect immediately)|
|ORACLE_REMOVE_TIMEOUT||Specifies the timeout value in seconds when stopping Oracle resources.||Integers||300||As required (takes effect immediately)|
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