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Oracle Optimized Solution for Oracle E-Business Suite on SPARC SuperCluster Example Implementation Guide (Doc ID 1557489.1)

Last updated on APRIL 22, 2021

Applies to:

Oracle SuperCluster T5-8 Hardware - Version All Versions to All Versions [Release All Releases]
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Purpose

This note demonstrates an example implementation of Oracle E-Business Suite on SPARC SuperCluster.

Scope

This note only shows an example implementation on SPARC SuperCluster.  Though the example only includes an example the implementation principles can be applied to many different modules that could be run on SPARC SuperCluster.  

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In this Document
Purpose
Scope
Details
 Overview
 1.1    Architecture
 1.2    Task Overview
 1.3    Related My Oracle Support Notes
 2.       Oracle Solaris Cluster and Zone Cluster installation
 2.1    Add hostnames to the global zone hosts file
 2.2    Configure the ZFS SA iSCSI LUN for Cluster quorum device
 2.2.1  Configure iSCSI Initiator for the cluster nodes
 2.2.2  Configure the iSCSI Quorum Device on the 7320c
 2.2.3  Configure the iSCSI LUN for the cluster nodes
 2.3    Configure NFS file systems for EBS on the 7320c
 2.4    Install Oracle Solaris Cluster
 2.4.1  Initial Steps
 2.4.2  Installing Oracle Solaris Cluster
 2.4.3  Installing the latest patches
 2.4.4  Installing the Oracle E-Business OSC agent patch
 2.4.5  Installing the Oracle External Proxy
 2.4.6  Add /usr/cluster/bin to /etc/profile
 2.4.7  Install the Sun ZFS Storage Appliance plugin for Oracle Solaris Cluster
 2.5    Configure OSC 3.3u1
 2.6    Create the zone clusters
 2.6.1  Create opmn-zc
 2.6.2  Create cm-zc
 2.6.3  Create db-zc
 2.7    Create the initial RGs and LHs within the zone clusters
 2.7.1  Zone cluster opmn-zc
 2.7.2  Zone cluster cm-zc
 2.7.3  Zone cluster db-zc
 2.8    Configure the ZFS SA file systems for the zone clusters
 2.9    (Optional) Configure root remote access for telnet and ssh
 2.10 Check file systems
 2.11 Configure the ZFS SA for fencing
 2.12 Configure each zone cluster for fencing and add storage resource
 2.12.1   Zone cluster opmn-zc
 2.12.2   Zone cluster cm-zc
 2.12.3   Zone cluster db-zc
 3.       System Configuration
 4.       Oracle E-Business Suite 12.1.1 Installation
 4.1    Consult MOS Note 761568.1
 4.2    Host Names Settings
 4.3    Install Oracle E-Business Suite
 4.3.1  Create DB user and directories (idb1 & idb2)
 4.3.2  Start VNC Server
 4.3.3  Ensure the Oracle E-Business Suite 12.1.1 software is available
 4.3.4  Run rapidwiz to Build the Oracle E-Business Suite Configuration File
 4.3.5  Install the DB Tier (idb-lh)
 4.3.6  Create App Tier user and directories (iopmn1 and iopmn2)
 4.3.7  Start VNC Server
 4.3.8  Ensure the Oracle E-Business Suite 12.1.1 software is available
 4.3.9  Install the App Tier (eweb-lh)
 4.3.10   Install the App Tier (iopmn1-lh)
 4.3.11   Install the App Tier (iopmn2-lh)
 4.3.12   Create App Tier user and directories (icm1 & icm2)
 4.3.13   Start VNC Server
 4.3.14   Ensure the Oracle E-Business Suite 12.1.1 software is available
 4.3.15   Install the App Tier (icm1)
 4.3.16   Start VNC Server
 4.3.17   Ensure the Oracle E-Business Suite 12.1.1 software is available
 4.4    Oracle E-Business Suite Post Installation
 4.4.1  Configuration for Clustered OPMN OC4J instances
 4.4.1.1                Context File changes for eweb-lh
 4.4.1.2                Context File changes for iopmn1-lh
 4.4.1.3                Context File changes for iopmn2-lh
 4.4.2  Create /usr/lib/secure/libschost.so.1
 4.4.3  Create Custom<Context_Name>.env files
 4.4.4  Create Custom Templates
 4.4.4.1                Create Custom Template afjava_sh_1013.tmp
 4.4.4.2                Create Custom Template txkGenDefaultEnv.tmp
 4.4.4.3                AutoConfig for eweb-lh, iopmn1-lh and iopmn2-lh
 4.4.5  Configure Parallel Concurrent Processing
 4.5    ZFS SA Snapshot
 5.       Consult Related MOS Notes
 5.1    Interoperability Notes EBS R12 with Database 11gR2 (MOS 1058763.1)
 5.2    Oracle E-Business Suite Release 12.1.3 Readme (MOS 1080973.1)
 5.3    Best Practices E-Business Suite Performance Tuning
 6.       Solaris Cluster Configuration
 6.1    Create DB Tier resources
 6.1.1  Create database fault monitor user
 6.1.2  Create the DB & Listener resources
 6.1.3  Online the DB & Listener resources
 6.2    Create App Tier OPMN resources
 6.2.1  Create the resource for OPMN HTTP_SERVER (web-rs)
 6.2.2  Create the resource for OPMN OC4J (opmn1-rs)
 6.2.3  Create the resource for OPMN OC4J (opmn2-rs)
 6.2.4  Confirm App Tier OPMN Resource Status
 6.3    Create App Tier CM Resources
 6.3.1  Create the Oracle External Proxy Resource (oep-rs)
 6.3.2  Create the resource for the CM Listener Resources (cmlsr-rs)
 6.3.3  Create the resource for the CM Resources (cm-rs)
 6.3.4  Confirm App Tier CM Resource Status
 7.       Convert Oracle 11g Database to Oracle RAC
 8.       Post Oracle RAC migration changes
 8.1    Modify Oracle RAC Listeners to use IB VIP Interfaces
 8.2    Modify the Oracle External Proxy resource
 9.       Appendix A: Zone Cluster Listings
 9.1    Zone cluster listing for db-zc
 9.2    Zone cluster listing for cm-zc
 9.3    Zone cluster listing for opmn-zc
 10.   Appendix B: Configuration Options
 10.1 Highly Available Single-Instance HTTP Server
 10.2 Active/Active HTTP Servers
 11.   Appendix C: Tuning Recommendations
References

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