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FAQ: Migrating Messaging Server From Solaris Cluster Setup to Oracle Clusterware (Doc ID 2706372.1)

Last updated on MAY 04, 2021

Applies to:

Oracle Communications Messaging Server - Version 8.0.1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Purpose

While in the process of migrating Oracle Communications Messaging Server from Solaris Cluster setup to Oracle Clusterware for High Availability (HA), one may come across several questions with regard to what is the best approach to move into a functional HA setup. Here is an attempt being made to answer some of the common questions.

Questions and Answers

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In this Document
Purpose
Questions and Answers
 Does Oracle Communications Messaging Server 8.1 release support Solaris Cluster for HA?
 Is there additional cost involved for using Oracle Clusterware with Messaging Server?
 How to migrate from Messaging Server 8.0+Solaris Cluster setup to Messaging Server 8.1+Oracle Clusterware?
 Can a rolling upgrade be performed?
 Is it possible to use Solaris zone cluster from Oracle Clusterware? In other words, is there a function equivalent to a zone cluster?
 Can Oracle Clusterware manage zpool resources?
 Is the Messaging Server installed in the local zone supported for HA with Oracle Clusterware?
 What is the procedure for configuring HA using Oracle Clusterware for Messaging Server installed on the local zone?
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