CHAPTER 16

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Oracle Clusterware Diagnosis

Webster’s Dictionary’s definition for a cluster is “a number of similar things that occur together.” A clustered system occurs when things of the same sort are organized together or growing together to form or represent a group of their respective kind. For example, a number of people, flowers, or things grouped together forms a cluster. Similarly, a group of independent hardware systems or nodes that is interconnected to provide a single computer source is referred to as a hardware cluster. Unlike with flowers and other objects, if one node in a cluster fails, its workload is automatically distributed ...

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