The Cluster Domain Services window appears 5 Select the Manifest file that

The cluster domain services window appears 5 select

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The Cluster Domain Services window appears. 5. Select the Manifest file that contains the configuration details about the management repository and other services for the Oracle Member Cluster. For Oracle Member Cluster for Oracle Databases, you can also specify the Grid Naming Service and Oracle ASM Storage server details using a Member Cluster Manifest file. Click Next . 6. If you selected to configure an Oracle Member Cluster for applications, then the Configure Virtual Access window appears. Provide a Cluster Name and optional Virtual Host Name . The virtual host name serves as a connection address for the Oracle Member Cluster, and to provide service access to the software applications that you want the Oracle Member Cluster to install and run. Click Next . The Cluster Node Information window appears. 7. In the Public Hostname column of the table of cluster nodes, you should see your local node, for example node1.example.com . The following is a list of additional information about node IP addresses: For the local node only, Oracle Universal Installer (OUI) automatically fills in public and VIP fields. If your system uses vendor clusterware, then OUI may fill additional fields. Host names and virtual host names are not domain-qualified. If you provide a domain in the address field during installation, then OUI removes the domain from the address. Chapter 9 Installing Oracle Grid Infrastructure for a New Cluster 9-22
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Interfaces identified as private for private IP addresses should not be accessible as public interfaces. Using public interfaces for Cache Fusion can cause performance problems. When you enter the public node name, use the primary host name of each node. In other words, use the name displayed by the /bin/hostname command. a. Click Add to add another node to the cluster. b. Enter the second node's public name ( node2 ), and virtual IP name ( node2- vip ), then click OK . Provide the virtual IP (VIP) host name for all cluster nodes, or none. You are returned to the Cluster Node Information window. You should now see all nodes listed in the table of cluster nodes. c. Make sure all nodes are selected, then click the SSH Connectivity button at the bottom of the window. The bottom panel of the window displays the SSH Connectivity information. d. Enter the operating system user name and password for the Oracle software owner ( grid ). If you have configured SSH connectivity between the nodes, then select the Reuse private and public keys existing in user home option. Click Setup . A message window appears, indicating that it might take several minutes to configure SSH connectivity between the nodes. After a short period, another message window appears indicating that passwordless SSH connectivity has been established between the cluster nodes. Click OK to continue.
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