SFHA Solutions 6.0.1: Oracle VM Server for SPARC deployment scenarios in SF Oracle RAC environments
The Oracle VM Server for SPARC was formally known as Solaris Logical Domains (LDoms). Oracle VM Server for SPARC is a virtualization technology that lets you create independent virtual machine environments on the same physical system. Oracle VM Server for SPARC provides a virtualized computing environment abstracted from all physical devices, which lets you consolidate and centrally manage your workloads on a system. The logical domains can be specified roles such as a control domain, service domain, I/O domain, and guest domain. Each domain is a full virtual machine where you can start, stop, and reboot the operating systems independently.
For more information on Oracle VM Server for SPARC and related terminologies, see the following topics:
Some of the sample deployment scenarios that are supported by SF Oracle RAC are as follows:
|Oracle RAC database on I/O domains of two hosts||
|Oracle RAC database on Guest domains of two hosts||
|Oracle RAC database on Guest domains of a single host||
|Oracle RAC database on Guest domain and I/O domain of a single host||
For information on deploying SF Oracle RAC in Oracle VM Server for SPARC environments,
see the following document:
SF Oracle RAC documentation for other releases can be found on the SORT website.