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How To Find Out The Example of The LOCAL_LISTENER and REMOTE_LISTENER Defined In The init.ora When configuring the 11i or R12 on RAC ? (Doc ID 744508.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 05, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle E-Business Suite Technology Stack - Version to [Release 11.5.10]
Information in this document applies to any platform.
***Checked for relevance on 14-Dec-2012***


In the process of  migration of The from  a single instance to 11i/RAC, the <Note 455398.1> has been  followed.

Under section :

3.5 Convert Database 11g to Oracle RAC

Point number 9 (where listener aliases are being added), there is a confusion. the last step under that

9-Using NetCA, create local and remote listener tns aliases for database instances.

Use listener_<instance_name> as the alias name for the local listener, and listeners_<servicename> for the remote listener alias.

1. Execute netca from $ORACLE_HOME/bin.
2. Choose "Cluster Configuration" option in the NetCA wizard.
3. Choose the current nodename from the nodes list .
4. Choose "Local Net Service Name Configuration " option and click Next.
5. Select "Add" and in next screen enter the service name and click Next.
6. Enter the current node as Server Name and the port defined in Step 3.3.
7. Select "Do not perform Test" and click Next.
8. Enter the listener TNS alias name like LISTENER_<ins1> for local listener.
9. Repeat the above steps for remote listener, with the server name in step 6 as the secondary node and  the listener name LISTENERS_<service_name> .

What should be the Entries of "LISTENER_<ins1>" , "LISTENERS_<service_name> " value
in the init.ora .ora file for an EBS 11i/RAC 3 node ?



Nb : Implementing The EBS/RAC, The DBA is supposed to have knowledge, skills, on The APPS DBA and The  RDBMS RAC (Real Application Clusters).


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