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Post Install - Replication Network Configuration for ZDLRA (Doc ID 2126047.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 28, 2018

Applies to:

Zero Data Loss Recovery Appliance X5 Hardware - Version All Versions to All Versions [Release All Releases]
Linux x86-64

Goal

 Add replication network to an existing Zero Data Loss Recovery Appliance.

Solution

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In this Document
Goal
Solution
 Configuring the Replication Network for the ZDLRA
 Step 1 - Add the Network Interfaces to the compute node ifcfg files
 Step 2 - Edit the /etc/hosts file to include replication interfaces - (All Compute Nodes)
 Step 3 - Append /etc/sysctl.conf with the entries for bondeth1 interface - (All Compute Nodes)
 Step 4 - Edit /etc/modprobe.d/exadata.conf to allow bonding on bondeth1 - (All Compute Nodes)
 Step 5 - Restart the ZDLRA - Next on the list
 Step 6 - Verify bondeth1 is correct
 Step 7 - Confirm that the rule and route files for bondeth1 look like the cat output below (All Compute Nodes)
 Step 8 - Verify connectivity to replication interfaces (All Compute Nodes)
 Step 9 - Verify that the traceoute output for the following two lines are the same
 Step 10 - Verify that the traceoute output for the following two lines are the same
 Step 11 - As ORACLE user, Verify that bondeth1 interface is listed 
 Step 12 - As ROOT user, Verify that network #2 is NOT being used.
 Step 13 - Add the network #2 to the replication network
 Step 14 - Verify the new network is configured correctly
 Step 15 - Add the replication VIPS and SCANS to the new CRS network
 Step 16 - Start the replication VIPS on the new CRS network
 Step 17 - Verify that the VIPs are running
 Step 18 - As ORACLE user, Add and start the database listener and SCAN Listener
 Step 19 - Verify the interfaces can be pinged
 Configuring the Replication Network for Replication
 Step 1 - Verify the hosts table in the Recovery Appliance
 Step 2 - Update the replication_ip_address
 Configuring the Replication Network as Ingest
 Step 1 - As RASYS, Update the BACKUP_IP_ADDRESS column
 Step 2 - Update the backup_ip_address value
 Step 3 - Save your changes to the table
 Step 4 - Query the values from rai_host verify settings were updated and correct
 Step 5 - Setting up backup over different Ingest Networks
 Step 6 - Test Backup of client DB

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