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Oracle10g Grid Computing with RAC
Chapter 12 - RAC Design Considerations

Designing Equipment for Real Application Clusters

In addition, the SAN, perhaps a SUN T3, Hitachi or EMC Clariion or Symmetrix, can be configured using redundant disk configurations such as RAID-1, RAID5, or a combination (sometimes called "plaid") of RAID1 and RAID5 that virtually eliminates downtime from the loss of a single disk. However, it should be stressed that application performance can suffer horribly from a disk failure during a disk rebuild with installed spares or a rebuild of the information using parity information from the other disks in a RAID5 set.

What are the effects of component failure? Let's take a quick look at the effects of component failure.

Failure of the Internet or Intranet

While not a component that a DBA usually has control over, failure of the Internet connection (usually due to the provider having a failure) means no one outside the company can access the application. Failure of the intranet or internal networks means no one inside the company can access the application. These components (usually comprised of multiple components) should also have built in redundancy.

Failure of the Firewall

The firewall acts as the gatekeeper between the company’s assets and the rest of the world. If the database is strictly internal (no connection to the web), then a firewall is not needed. If there is only one firewall, a failure will prevent anyone outside the firewall (i.e., the rest of the universe) from contacting the database. Internal users may still have access (those "inside" the firewall) and some limited processing can occur.


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