Veritas InfoScale™ 7.3.1 Installation Guide - AIX
- Section I. Introduction to Veritas InfoScale
- Introducing Veritas InfoScale
- Licensing Veritas InfoScale
- Section II. Planning and preparation
- System requirements
- Hardware requirements
- Preparing to install
- Setting up the private network
- Setting up shared storage
- Planning the installation setup for SF Oracle RAC systems
- Planning your network configuration
- Planning the storage
- Planning the storage for Oracle RAC
- System requirements
- Section III. Installation of Veritas InfoScale
- Installing Veritas InfoScale using the installer
- Installing Veritas InfoScale using response files
- Installing Veritas Infoscale using operating system-specific methods
- Installing Veritas InfoScale using NIM and the installer
- Completing the post installation tasks
- Section IV. Uninstallation of Veritas InfoScale
- Uninstalling Veritas InfoScale using the installer
- Uninstalling Veritas InfoScale using response files
- Section V. Installation reference
- Appendix A. Installation scripts
- Appendix B. Tunable files for installation
- Appendix C. Troubleshooting installation issues
High availability solutions for Oracle RAC private network
Table: High availability solutions for Oracle RAC private network lists the high availability solutions that you may adopt for your private network.
Table: High availability solutions for Oracle RAC private network
Using link aggregation/ NIC bonding for Oracle Clusterware
Use a native NIC bonding solution to provide redundancy, in case of NIC failures.
Make sure that a link configured under a aggregated link or NIC bond is not configured as a separate LLT link.
When LLT is configured over a bonded interface, do one of the following steps to prevent GAB from reporting jeopardy membership:
Using PrivNIC/MultiPrivNIC agents
The PrivNIC and MultiPrivNIC agents are no longer supported in Oracle RAC 184.108.40.206 and later versions for managing cluster interconnects. For 220.127.116.11 and later versions, Veritas recommends the use of alternative solutions such as bonded NIC interfaces or Oracle HAIP.
Use the PrivNIC agent when operating system limitations prevent you from using NIC bonding to provide high availability using multiple network interfaces.
Use the MultiPrivNIC agent when operating system limitations prevent you from using NIC bonding to provide high availability and increased bandwidth using multiple network interfaces.
For more deployment scenarios that illustrate the use of PrivNIC/MultiPrivNIC deployments, see the appendix "SF Oracle RAC deployment scenarios" in this document.