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 Oracle Server Control SRVCTL Utility Commands
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Oracle 11g Grid & Real Application Clusters by Rampant TechPress is written by four of the top Oracle database experts (Steve Karam, Bryan Jones, Mike Ault and Madhu Tumma).  The following is an excerpt from the book.

 Summary of srvctl Commands

  • add - add nodeapps, databases, instances, ASM, or services

  • remove - remove nodeapps, databases, instances, ASM, or services

  • config - lists configuration for nodeapps, databases, ASM, or services

  • enable - enables a database, instance, ASM, or services

  • disable - disables a database, instances, ASM, or services

  • start - start nodeapps, databases, instances, ASM, or services

  • stop - stop nodeapps, databases, instances, ASM, or services

  • modify - changes nodeapps, databases, instances, or services

  • relocate - moves services between instances

  • status -  prints status of nodeapps, databases, instances, ASM, or services

  • getenv - displays environment variables in the configuration of nodeapps, databases, instances, or services

  • setenv - sets environment variables in the configuration of nodeapps, databases, instances, or services

  • unsetenv - unsets environment variables in the configuration of nodeapps, databases, instances, or services

Starting and stopping services

It is very common to require a complete shutdown of all RAC services on a node and then post-maintenance to require them to all be brought back online.  These commands will accomplish that task:

Stopping

$ srvctl stop instance -d db_name -i instance_name

$ srvctl stop asm -n node_name

$ srvctl stop nodeapps -n node_name

Starting

$ srvctl start nodeapps -n node_name

$ srvctl start asm -n node_name

$ srvctl start instance -d db_name -i instance_name

Changing the VIP IP address

Unfortunately, there are times when setup changes or some other requirement causes a DBA to have to reconfigure the cluster.  One common change is the Virtual IP.  If the public subnet changes or the IP addresses being used by the VIPs are required, the DBA may be required to migrate the VIPs to another node.

     

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