Once OUI recognizes a set of nodes in a cluster, which three choices does it offer when
installing the Oracle Database 11g Release 2 software?
A. You can only install the Oracle Database with the RAC option on selected nodes.
B. OUI forces you to configure ASM for shared storage before proceeding.
C. You can install the Oracle Database as a single instance or with the RAC option on all the
D. You can install the Oracle Database as a single instance or with the RAC option on selected
E. You can install Oracle RAC One Node.
Answer(s): B, D, E
B, D: Complete the prerequisite tasks for converting to an Oracle RAC database:
Oracle Clusterware and Oracle Database software is installed on all target nodes.
Oracle Clusterware is started.
(D) The Oracle Database binary is enabled for Oracle RAC on all target nodes.
(B) Shared storage is configured and accessible from all nodes.
User equivalency is configured for the operating system user performing the conversion.
Enterprise Manager agents are configured and running on all nodes, and are configured with
the cluster and host information.
The database being converted has been backed up successfully.
E: Installing Oracle RAC One Node is available starting with Oracle Database 11g Release 2
* By default, the standard Oracle Database 11g software installation process installs the Oracle
RAC option when OUI recognizes that you are performing the installation on a cluster.
In the following line, which is the result of a "crsctl query css votedisk" command (which is
missing the column headers in the output) ? what does the [DATA] indicate?
1. ONLINE 62a46a99b0434f8abf16f338c85203160 (/dev/xvdc1) [DATA]
A. It Indicates that the Voting Disk contains Oracle Cluster ware data
B. It Indicates that the Voting Disk is managed in the ASM diskgroup "DATA"
C. It Indicates that the Voting Disk "DATA" is online on disk /dev/xvdc1
D. It indicates that the ASM diskgroup "DATA" stores only the Voting Disk
See example below.
* Use the crsctl query css votedisk command to display the voting disks used by Cluster
Synchronization Services, the status of the voting disks, and the location of the disks, whether
they are stored on Oracle ASM or elsewhere.
The crsctl query css votedisk command returns output similar to the following:
$ crsctl query css votedisk