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Quick Start Guide - Setting up ASR Replication On Two OID 10g Existing (Already Installed) Standalone Nodes (Doc ID 870128.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 14, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Internet Directory - Version 10.1.4.1 to 10.1.4.3 [Release 10gR3]
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Purpose

Normally ASR replication is set up by launching the Oracle Universal Installer and then selecting High Availability->Replication->ASR.   Using this method, the installer installs a new instance and then runs the Replication Configuration Assistant, which backs up the new replica's node specific info and adds it to the master/sponsor (MDS node).   Then when remtool -asrsetup is run the first thing it does is wipe out all the entries on the new node and awaits a bulkload from the master/sponser (MDS) node.

In the special situation where maybe both nodes were installed as stand alone systems and have been running for a considerable length of time, it has been decided that replication between them is needed.  Since the data between these two systems needs to be preserved, this requires a special procedure that is outlined in this document.

 

Scope

Before proceeding it is recommended to study Note 300436.1 in order to have a good understanding of the internal replication setup.

The detailed documentation for this procedure may be found in various chapters of:

Oracle Internet Directory Administrator's Guide 10g (10.1.4.0.1) Part Number B15991-01

 

NOTE:  IF YOU NEED TO SETUP ASR REPLICATION ON TWO NEW NODES USE  NOTE 300436.1 INSTEAD.


For this procedure the following terms are required:

MDS = Master Definition Site,  this is the existing node that you have designated as the sponsor node.

RMS = Remote Master Site,  this is the existing node that you have designated as the replica node.

 

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