By default VIPs and database services automatically failover to a surviving instance in the case of a crash or node eviction. The VIP will automatically failback to its "home" node once the failed database instance restarts. VIPs and database services can also be manually relocated for maintenance reasons using the Oracle Server Control utility's
srvctl relocate command, allowing a node to be taken off-line without affecting user connections to the database.
What does this mean to the GoldenGate Manager process running on one node in a clustered environment?
To help answer this question, Oracle Clusterware can also be installed on other servers apart from the database servers to form a single cluster. For example, you ...