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Oracle Fusion Applications Administration Essentials by Kalpit Parikh, Faisal Ghadially

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Oracle Fusion Applications topology

Oracle Fusion Applications can be installed in a multinode topology. This can include a hybrid mix of operating systems and virtualized environments. The domains can be configured to be spread across servers. It is important to identify the different hosts that are part of each domain, as these are the administrative points of entry.

The different hosts in an Oracle Fusion Applications environment are as follows:

  • Primordial host: This is the node on which the Admin Server for the common domain resides
  • Primary host: This is the node where the Admin Server of other domains resides
  • Secondary host: This is the node where Managed Servers reside (multihost domain)

In a multihost environment, there will only be a single ...

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