The LifeKeeper for Linux Oracle® Recovery Kit provides fault resilience for Oracle software in a LifeKeeper environment. The Recovery Kit software furnishes a mechanism to tie the data integrity of Oracle databases to the increased availability provided by LifeKeeper.
This documentation contains the following topics:
LifeKeeper for Linux Technical Documentation (also available from the Help menu within the LifeKeeper GUI). A list of all the LifeKeeper for Linux documentation and where the information is available.
Requirements. Before you can install and set up the recovery software, your server must meet certain hardware and software requirements. You should refer to the LifeKeeper for Linux Installation Guide for specific instructions on how to install or remove the LifeKeeper Oracle Recovery Kit.
Configuring Your Recovery Kit. To ensure that your LifeKeeper configuration provides the protection and flexibility you require, you need to be aware of the configuration rules. To appropriately plan your configuration, you must understand your network configuration, interface selection, user system setup, hierarchy options and the Oracle configuration tasks. In addition to planning your configuration, this section also includes configuration examples and the specific tasks required to configure your Recovery Kit.
Troubleshooting. This section provides a list of informational and error messages with recommended solutions.
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