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Part 1 Create RAW Disk for ASM new
 
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How to create a RAW disk for oracle database installation on an Oracle ASM diskgroup
Views: 3678 Olusegun Oluyemi
What is a Raw Device? - Database Tutorial 27
 
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Database Tutorial 27 - What is a Raw Device? This tutorial explains 'What is a Raw Device' which could be used by Oracle to store its files.
Views: 3048 Sam Dhanasekaran
How to add Hard Disks in Oracle VirtualBox
 
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We will learn how to add hard disks into an existing virtual machines. This is identical to adding hard disks to a physical machine and can be used for a variety of reasons: more data storage, better performance or increased reliability via RAID setup and others. Dynamic Storage Terms: http://www.avoiderrors.net/?p=4034
Views: 43605 AvoidErrors
Oracle - How to find mapping of asm disks to physical disks
 
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Virtualbox With Raw Disk
 
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VirtualBox 通常使用檔案來模擬硬碟,這個安裝錄影 是介紹如何讓Virtualbox 直接使用 Raw Disk
Views: 1724 Alex Huang
3. Oracle database Installation With ASM: Add Hard Disk, Create partition & transfer software
 
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Automatic Storage Management (ASM) is a feature that has be introduced in Oracle 10g to simplify the storage of Oracle datafiles, controlfiles, logfiles and backups. ASM will be used as the file system and volume manager for Oracle Database files (data, online redo logs, control files, archived redo logs), and the Fast Recovery Area. NOTE: ASMLib in the Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel. ASMLib – Linux specific ASM library and its associated driver. The Oracle ASMLib kernel driver is now included in the Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel. No driver package needs to be installed when using this kernel. The oracleasm-support and oracleasmlib packages still need to be installed. The oracleasm-support can be installed from Oracle Linux ISO image. For other Linux flavors could be found here – (Download section for particular Linux distribution) The oracleasmlib can be downloaded from ULN (Unbreakable Linux Network), subscription is required. Non-subscribers are free to use the similar package built for RHEL on their Enterprise Linux machines, which we will use in this tutorial. Action plan: 1. Installing Oracle Enterprise Linux and creating virtual hard disks in VMware for ASM disks 2. Creating recommended OS groups and user for Grid Infrastructure 3. Creating login scripts for grid and oracle users 4. Installing Oracle ASM packages 5. Creating ASM disk volumes 6. Downloading and installing Oracle Grid Infrastructure software 7. Creating ASM disk groups 8. Installing Oracle database software and create database instance
Views: 987 Md Arshad
Create a Raw Device Mapping Disk on a Virtual Machine
 
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http://www.trainsignal.com/course/207/vmware-vsphere-optimize-and-scale-vcap5-dca?utm_source=YouTube&utm_medium=SocialMedia&utm_campaign=VCAPDCARDM In this free video from our VMware vSphere Optimize and Scale (VCAP5-DCA) training, vExpert Jason Nash demonstrates how to create a Raw Device Mapping (RDM) disk on a virtual machine. You can check out ALL of our courses for FREE by clicking on the above link and signing up for a 3-day trial. -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- This channel is an archive! Subscribe to Pluralsight for new IT Pro training ➨ https://www.youtube.com/user/Pluralsight?sub_confirmation=1 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
RenameDG or Add Disk to existing Disk Group
 
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RenameDG or Add Disk to existing Disk Group
Views: 3191 Ritesh Raj Singh
Performing Oracle 11g ASM Data Migration
 
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Performing Oracle 11g Automatic Storage Management - ASM Data Migration Purpose of ASM Data Migration Alternatives to ASM storage include file systems, raw disks, and SAN configurations. ASM includes a number of benefits over these storage alternatives, including performance optimization, redundancy protection, and load balancing. You do not need to obtain a third-party Logical Volume Manager because ASM manages disks for you. Oracle Real Application Clusters (Oracle RAC) databases benefit from ASM because it provides ready-made shared storage. If a database currently uses a storage system other than ASM, then you can migrate all or part of the database into ASM, thereby simplifying database administration. You can also migrate a flash recovery area to ASM. Native operating system commands such as Linux cp or Windows COPY cannot write or read files in ASM storage. Because RMAN can read and write ASM files, you can use RMAN to copy datafiles into and out of ASM storage or between ASM disk groups. This technique is useful if you need to store backups on user-managed disks.
Views: 3691 Saurabh Joshi
Format and Create Disk for ASM
 
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Watch this to format RAW partition disk to be used for ASM in oracle RAC environment. This is prepared for learning purpose only. However, the same steps may be used for production environment. The virtual machines are already built and configured with ASM support and library packages/RPM. The tutorial also contain troubleshooting steps like Error while creating disks for ASM.
Views: 68 BoxOracle
How to Create an Oracle VirtualBox Virtual Machine and Recover Data from a VDI Disk 💻📦⚕️
 
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👍 Watch how to create an Oracle VirtualBox virtual machine, and how to recover data from a virtual disk of such machine after a failure or when the virtual machine can’t start. Recovering Data of Oracle VM VirtualBox Virtual Machine (*.vdi, *.vmdk, *.vhd, *.hdd, *.qed, *.qcow) - https://hetmanrecovery.com/recovery_news/recovering-data-of-oracle-vm-virtualbox-virtual-machine.htm. VirtualBox official webpage: https://www.virtualbox.org/. Watch another video on our channel to see how to create a bootable USB drive to install Windows: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YUOLPBSgwI4. Watch another video by our channel to see how to make a clean installation of Windows: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lb7P2iATJwc. In this video, I want to show you one trick, just in case if for some reason your virtual machine is no longer working, and there are important files on its disks. I will show you how to recover them. Though Oracle VirtualBox is a virtual machine, real data can be saved there. As we have already said, all files stored in virtual machine disks are located in .vdi files of the virtual disk (in our case). Hetman Partition Recovery, the program for hard disk data recovery, has the function of mounting virtual disks and recovering data from such disks. You can download Hetman Partition Recovery here: https://hetmanrecovery.com/hard_drive_recovery/software.htm In order to get access to virtual machine files: 1. Run Hetman Partition Recovery and mount the virtual machine disk. If there are several of them, you can mount them all at once or one by one.  To mount a virtual disk with the help of Hetman Partition Recovery, click on Mount Disk in the quick access menu of the program. As a result, the window of choosing a virtual disk will open.  Go to the folder containing the virtual machine and choose the necessary virtual disk file.  Open 2. As you do that, the section “Mounted Disks” containing the list of mounted virtual disks will appear in the window, where all disks found by the application are shown. If you mount several disks, you will see the entire disk list there. 3. Scan the disk with the application by clicking on the disk in the disk manager 4. After the analysis, the application will show the directory tree of the scanned disk. 5. Find and recover the necessary files to a convenient location in your main operating system. By the way, you can use this method to move files from a virtual machine disk to the main operating system. The methods we have described for recovering data of an Oracle VM VirtualBox virtual machine are good for virtual machine regardless of their virtual disk format: *.vdi, *.vmdk, *.vhd, *.vhdx, *.hdd, *.qed, *.qcow and they will be absolutely similar for all of these virtual disk formats. In this video, we have used the *.vdi virtual disk format as an example. I also recommend watching our previous videos on VMWare Workstation and Microsoft Hyper-V virtual machines; you can find the links in the description of this video. How to create a VMWare virtual machine and recover data from a VMDK disk with VMFS https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7IOkVnQfN0E. How to create a Microsoft Hyper V virtual machine and recover data from a VHDX disk https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2FcU_3JGReI. That is all for now. If you liked this video, click the Like button below and subscribe to our channel to see more. We’ll be glad to answer any questions in comments. Thank you for watching and good luck! Playlist: Recovering Data Deleted From The Hard Disk of a Windows Computer or Laptop - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLWfvrWYvsWiJz-xwWNm8AnZSzoAzDq-Zp. Other videos: #OracleVirtualBox, #VirtualMachine, #VMDK, #DataRecovery, #vhd, #vdi.
Views: 4972 Hetman Recovery
How to Mount a Physical Hard Disk into a VM in VMware ESXi
 
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In this video, the details of adding a physical hard disk into a VM in VMware ESXi is explained. This could be useful in case of migration of a physical server into a virtualized solution.
Views: 6582 William Schanaei
Oracle ASM ASMlib and udev Device Mapping
 
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Learn what the Oracle ASM Library (ASMlib) does, the history of ASMLib and the alternative: udev. Part 7 of 9.
Views: 1501 SkillBuilders
Dropping Oracle Database 11g Manually with Drop Database Statement
 
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DROP DATABASE Purpose Caution: You cannot roll back a DROP DATABASE statement. Use the DROP DATABASE statement to drop the database. This statement is useful when you want to drop a test database or drop an old database after successful migration to a new host. Prerequisites You must have the SYSDBA system privilege to issue this statement. The database must be mounted in exclusive for RAC and restricted mode, and it must be closed. Semantics When you issue this statement, Oracle Database drops the database and deletes all control files and datafiles listed in the control file. If the database used a server parameter file (spfile), it is also deleted. Archived logs and backups are not removed, but you can use Recovery Manager (RMAN) to remove them. If the database is on raw disks, this statement does not delete the actual raw disk special files.
Views: 514 Saurabh Joshi
Part 4 Creating Oracle ASM Disk
 
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Step by Step 1. Install Oracle ASM RPM 2. Creating Oracle ASM Disk Need a copy of the Word file? Just inbox me your email id. SUBSCRIBE ======================================== Uncopyrighted Background Music! #50 (Chill Instrumental) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tDTH_SAYBwU Uncopyrighted Background Music! #44 (Chill Trap) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z-l5MjwNT4E
Views: 2505 Jonathan Piston
07 Oracle ASM software Installation  & ASM disk creation
 
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In this Tutorial we will see how we can configure 11.2 standalone database with ASM manually. You might have to create ASM instance manually when you want to have allocation unit (AU_SIZE) other than 1 MB(default). For 11.2.0.1 and 11.2.0.2 Grid Installation OUI or AMSCA does not have provision to modify allocation unit while creating the instance. This feature is available from 11.2.0.3 ASMCA. Following environment was used to test this setup on VMWare. Operating System : OEL 5.3 (32 bit) Oracle Version : 11.2.0.2 Grid Infrastructure Version : 11.2.0.2 The approach would remain same for different 11.2 patchset on Linux platform. We will NOT be covering installation of VMWare, guest OS and VMWare tools in this article. You can find lot of articles helping you to do this. So lets start with list of tasks that needs to be done to accomplish our goal. Install Missing RPM packages Add disks at OS level for ASM Create oracle user and directories Set Kernel Parameters Install ASMLib and configure devices Install Grid Infrastructure Binaries Install Oracle Database Binaries Start CSSD service Create ASM Service & Instance Create Database Service & Instance Install Missing RPM packages Login as root and ensure that following packages are applied. rpm -q binutils compat-libstdc++ elfutils-libelf elfutils-libelf-devel gcc gcc-c++ glibc glibc-common glibc-devel- glibc-headers ksh libaio libaio-devel libgcc libstdc++ libstdc++-devel make sysstat unixODBC unixODBC-devel Install any of the missing packages. Add disks at OS level for ASM For ASM we will be needing disks. In a production environment this would be provided by storage admin. For this test setup I am utilizing VMware ability to add disks.
Views: 428 Md Arshad
Provisioning Shared Disks for Oracle RAC using Multi-Writer Flag on VMware vSphere 5.5
 
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Demonstrate Provisioning Shared disks for Oracle RAC using Multi-Writer Flag on VMware vSphere 5.5
Views: 3540 VMware
Physical to Virtual (P2V) Windows 10 with VirtualBox
 
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We explain how to turn a physical installation of Windows 10 into a VirtualBox VM, using Disk2VHD and solving a problem with the cloning process of the EFI partition.
Views: 11254 Raneri Web
oracle recovery oracle db file lost recovery oracle file  fragment carving
 
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[email protected] www.dbfixserver.com Sell the database file fragments engraving software, and remote service recovery. downlink https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B42l4awBomKpeHVBOGZtYlJTQjQ support MSSQL (MDF, NDF) mysql (ibd, myd ibdata1) oracle (DBF, ora, raw disk) interbase (GDB, ib, GBK) Firebird (FDB, FBK) sybase (DAT, db) exchange (EDB, bKF), and so on database file is missing debris sculpture as well as the damage repair recovery. Support undelete table row and undrop table, untruncate table; 我們目前開發的有 mssql mysql oracle sybase asa sybase ase access interbase Firebird 等數據資料庫 文件丟失恢復工具,當資料庫被誤刪除 誤格式化 或者 被誤被老備份還原后 使用常規的數據恢復軟件 掃描到的 文件基本上都是垃圾文件,雖然名字 和 大小 正確,但是其 內容 已經都是垃圾了。 這是因為 資料庫由於使用 頻繁 所以 在實際存儲中 會有很多碎片 數據恢復軟件 都是根據簇指針解析 或者 文件頭進行搜索,而我們的工 具 是 根據 文件結構 從磁盤扇區搜索 組合。所以成功恢復率可達99%. We have currently developed MSSQL mysql oracle sybase asa sybase ase access interbase Firebird data such as database Restore tool file is missing, when the database was mistakenly deleted mistakenly formatted or by mistake by old after reduction using conventional backup data recovery software to scan Files are basically junk files, although the name and size is correct, but its content is already are rubbish.This is because the database due to the use frequent So there will be a lot of debris in the practical storage data recovery software are based on cluster pointer parsing or file header to search, and our work Is according to the file structure From the disk sector search combination.So successful recovery rate can reach 99%.
Views: 219 Xin database
Replace Failed ASM Disk in ASM DISKGROUP  11g R2
 
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Short clip on how to replace failed ASM DISK in ASM DISKGROUP
Views: 1846 VTMSolution
Create a Raw Device Mapping Disk on a Virtual Machine - vSphere 5 Training
 
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This is a sample from the vSphere 5 Administration Training by ITDVDS.com. Please go to http://itdvds.com for complete training. In this sample we go over how to create a Raw Device Mapping (RDM) so that a virtual machine can have direct access to a LUN.
Views: 45073 ITdvds
Convert IMG to VDI for VirtualBox 2018
 
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In this video i will show you how i convert img format into vdi format for oracle virtualbox in few easy steps.
Views: 2274 Apk Heaven
Create a virtual machine using local storage in Oracle VM 3.1.1.
 
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This video shows how to create a virtual machine using local storage. For this test, I connected a block device without any file system (raw) to the Oracle VM server. In this way, Oracle VM Manager recognizes the disk as available for provisioning to a virtual machine. Before doing this test, I tried to use the disk with a file system for provisioning to a virtual machine, but Oracle VM Manager did not recognize it as available.
Views: 7447 danielcabarcasm
Configuring Oracle ASM disks in Oracle Enterprise Linux
 
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Configuring Oracle ASM disks in Oracle Enterprise Linux
Views: 11240 Engin Kosova
06.12_Oracle_10gR2_RAC_6.12 Recover CorruptMissing OCR and Voting Disk with No Backup_20120206.flv
 
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Oracle 10g/11g RAC, DataGuard, GoldenGate,Streams Hands-on Practices Training. ONLY $199 Please feel free to contact me: E-mail/Skype: [email protected] 6. Administering Voting Disk and OCR File 6.1 Overview - () 6.2 Example Configuration - (Video) 6.3 Create RAW devices on all nodes - (Video) 6.3.1 Stop the RAC cluster and CRS - (Video) 6.3.2 Create logical (iSCSI) volumes - (Video) 6.3.3 Create iSCSI Targets - (Video) 6.3.4 Discover all available targets - (Video) 6.3.5 Manually Log In to iSCSI Targets - (Video) 6.3.6 Configure Automatic Log in - (Video) 6.3.7 Verify Persistent Local SCSI Device Names - (Video) 6.3.8 Create Partitions on iSCSI Volumes - (Video) 6.3.9 Re-scan the SCSI bus - (Video) 6.3.10 Bind the Clusterware component devices to RAW devices - (Video) 6.3.11 Check the RAW devices - (Video) 6.3.12 Zero out the RAW devices - (Video) 6.3.13 Restart the RAC cluster and CRS - (Video) 6.4 Administering the OCR File - (Video) 6.4.1 View OCR Configuration Information - (Video) 6.4.2 Usage of ocrconfig command - () 6.4.3 Remove an OCR File - (Video) 6.4.4 Add an OCR File - (Video) 6.4.5 Relocate an OCR File - (Video) 6.4.6 Repair an OCR File on a Local Node - (Video) 6.4.7 Relocate OCR Files to Original - (Video) 6.5 Backup the OCR File - (Video) 6.6 Recover the OCR File - (Video) 6.6.1 Recover OCR from Valid OCR Mirror - () 6.6.2 Recover OCR from Automatically Generated Physical Backup - (Video) 6.6.3 Recover OCR from an OCR Export File - (Video) 6.7 Administering the Voting Disk - (Video) 6.7.1 View Voting Disk Configuration Information - () 6.7.2 Usage of crsctl command - () 6.7.3 Overview of Adding or Remvoing a voting disk - () 6.7.4 Remove a Voting Disk - (Video) 6.7.5 Add a Voting Disk - (Video) 6.7.6 Relocate a Voting Disk - (Video) 6.7.7 Get Voting Disk to Original - (Video) 6.8 Backup the Voting Disk - (Video) 6.9 Recover the Voting Disk - (Video) 6.10 Remove RAW devices on all nodes - (Video) 6.11 Recover Corrupt/Missing OCR with No Backup - (Video) Step 1: Simulate Corrupt/Missing OCR - (Video) Step 2: Shutdown Oracle Clusterware on All Nodes - (Video) Step 3: Execute rootdelete.sh from All Nodes - (Video) Step 4: Run rootdeinstall.sh from the Primary Node - (Video) Step 5: Run root.sh from the Primary Node. (same node as above) - (Video) Step 6: Run root.sh from All Remaining Nodes - (Video) Step 7: Configure Server-Side ONS using racgons - (Video) Step 8: Configure Network Interfaces for Clusterware - (Video) Step 9: Add TNS Listener using NETCA - (Video) Step 10: Add all Resources Back to OCR using srvctl - (Video) Step 11: Verify the New OCR/Voting Disk - (Video) 6.12 Recover Corrupt/Missing OCR and Voting Disk with No Backup - (Video) Step 1: Simulate Corrupt/Missing OCR and Voting Disk - (Video) Step 2: Shutdown Oracle Clusterware on All Nodes - (Video) Step 3: Execute rootdelete.sh from All Nodes - (Video) Step 4: Run rootdeinstall.sh from the Primary Node - (Video) Step 5: Run root.sh from the Primary Node. (same node as above) - (Video) Step 6: Run root.sh from All Remaining Nodes - (Video) Step 7: Configure Server-Side ONS using racgons - (Video) Step 8: Configure Network Interfaces for Clusterware - (Video) Step 9: Add TNS Listener using NETCA - (Video) Step 10: Add all Resources Back to OCR using srvctl - (Video) Step 11: Verify the New OCR/Voting Disk - (Video)
Views: 1854 Yongcheng Lai
How to configure ASM step by step
 
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Hello friends In this tutorial i'm going to demonstrate to you how to configure ASM step by step. For more detail please visit on my official website www.ocptechnology.com and subscribe it. #asm #installation #oracletutorial #shripal
Views: 16578 OCP Technology
Create oracle 11gR2 RAC database using response file
 
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In this video the oracle 11gR2 RAC database has been created using response file or in silent mode. Database is created in no archivelog mode hence converted the database in archivelog mode after creating one more RECO diskgroup for the archives. This video also shows how to set up new shared virtual disk to be used as RAW disk for new disk group. Formatted the new disk and created new volume for the RECO disk group. Please visit my blog : https://orablogtalk.wordpress.com/ Please provide suggestion or comment if you find this tutorial helpful...Thanks...
Views: 84 BoxOracle
How to Change the location of a Virtual Box Disk Image and Backup Easily
 
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Views: 5408 Life2Coding
Oracle Performance Tuning - What Disks Can ASM Use ?
 
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Oracle ASM = Fast Disk I/O. Part 6 of 9. See all lessons, free at http://skillbuilders.com/oracle-asm-tuning-tutorial.
Views: 498 SkillBuilders
06.03_Oracle_10gR2_RAC_6.3 Create RAW devices on all nodes_20120206.flv
 
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Oracle 10g/11g RAC, DataGuard, GoldenGate,Streams Hands-on Practices Training. ONLY $199 Please feel free to contact me: E-mail/Skype: [email protected] 6. Administering Voting Disk and OCR File 6.1 Overview - () 6.2 Example Configuration - (Video) 6.3 Create RAW devices on all nodes - (Video) 6.3.1 Stop the RAC cluster and CRS - (Video) 6.3.2 Create logical (iSCSI) volumes - (Video) 6.3.3 Create iSCSI Targets - (Video) 6.3.4 Discover all available targets - (Video) 6.3.5 Manually Log In to iSCSI Targets - (Video) 6.3.6 Configure Automatic Log in - (Video) 6.3.7 Verify Persistent Local SCSI Device Names - (Video) 6.3.8 Create Partitions on iSCSI Volumes - (Video) 6.3.9 Re-scan the SCSI bus - (Video) 6.3.10 Bind the Clusterware component devices to RAW devices - (Video) 6.3.11 Check the RAW devices - (Video) 6.3.12 Zero out the RAW devices - (Video) 6.3.13 Restart the RAC cluster and CRS - (Video) 6.4 Administering the OCR File - (Video) 6.4.1 View OCR Configuration Information - (Video) 6.4.2 Usage of ocrconfig command - () 6.4.3 Remove an OCR File - (Video) 6.4.4 Add an OCR File - (Video) 6.4.5 Relocate an OCR File - (Video) 6.4.6 Repair an OCR File on a Local Node - (Video) 6.4.7 Relocate OCR Files to Original - (Video) 6.5 Backup the OCR File - (Video) 6.6 Recover the OCR File - (Video) 6.6.1 Recover OCR from Valid OCR Mirror - () 6.6.2 Recover OCR from Automatically Generated Physical Backup - (Video) 6.6.3 Recover OCR from an OCR Export File - (Video) 6.7 Administering the Voting Disk - (Video) 6.7.1 View Voting Disk Configuration Information - () 6.7.2 Usage of crsctl command - () 6.7.3 Overview of Adding or Remvoing a voting disk - () 6.7.4 Remove a Voting Disk - (Video) 6.7.5 Add a Voting Disk - (Video) 6.7.6 Relocate a Voting Disk - (Video) 6.7.7 Get Voting Disk to Original - (Video) 6.8 Backup the Voting Disk - (Video) 6.9 Recover the Voting Disk - (Video) 6.10 Remove RAW devices on all nodes - (Video) 6.11 Recover Corrupt/Missing OCR with No Backup - (Video) Step 1: Simulate Corrupt/Missing OCR - (Video) Step 2: Shutdown Oracle Clusterware on All Nodes - (Video) Step 3: Execute rootdelete.sh from All Nodes - (Video) Step 4: Run rootdeinstall.sh from the Primary Node - (Video) Step 5: Run root.sh from the Primary Node. (same node as above) - (Video) Step 6: Run root.sh from All Remaining Nodes - (Video) Step 7: Configure Server-Side ONS using racgons - (Video) Step 8: Configure Network Interfaces for Clusterware - (Video) Step 9: Add TNS Listener using NETCA - (Video) Step 10: Add all Resources Back to OCR using srvctl - (Video) Step 11: Verify the New OCR/Voting Disk - (Video) 6.12 Recover Corrupt/Missing OCR and Voting Disk with No Backup - (Video) Step 1: Simulate Corrupt/Missing OCR and Voting Disk - (Video) Step 2: Shutdown Oracle Clusterware on All Nodes - (Video) Step 3: Execute rootdelete.sh from All Nodes - (Video) Step 4: Run rootdeinstall.sh from the Primary Node - (Video) Step 5: Run root.sh from the Primary Node. (same node as above) - (Video) Step 6: Run root.sh from All Remaining Nodes - (Video) Step 7: Configure Server-Side ONS using racgons - (Video) Step 8: Configure Network Interfaces for Clusterware - (Video) Step 9: Add TNS Listener using NETCA - (Video) Step 10: Add all Resources Back to OCR using srvctl - (Video) Step 11: Verify the New OCR/Voting Disk - (Video)
Views: 953 Yongcheng Lai
06 Oracle ASM RPM installation  &  partition creation & ASM disk creation
 
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In this Tutorial we will see how we can configure 11.2 standalone database with ASM manually. You might have to create ASM instance manually when you want to have allocation unit (AU_SIZE) other than 1 MB(default). For 11.2.0.1 and 11.2.0.2 Grid Installation OUI or AMSCA does not have provision to modify allocation unit while creating the instance. This feature is available from 11.2.0.3 ASMCA. Following environment was used to test this setup on VMWare. Operating System : OEL 5.3 (32 bit) Oracle Version : 11.2.0.2 Grid Infrastructure Version : 11.2.0.2 The approach would remain same for different 11.2 patchset on Linux platform. We will NOT be covering installation of VMWare, guest OS and VMWare tools in this article. You can find lot of articles helping you to do this. So lets start with list of tasks that needs to be done to accomplish our goal. Install Missing RPM packages Add disks at OS level for ASM Create oracle user and directories Set Kernel Parameters Install ASMLib and configure devices Install Grid Infrastructure Binaries Install Oracle Database Binaries Start CSSD service Create ASM Service & Instance Create Database Service & Instance Install Missing RPM packages Login as root and ensure that following packages are applied. rpm -q binutils compat-libstdc++ elfutils-libelf elfutils-libelf-devel gcc gcc-c++ glibc glibc-common glibc-devel- glibc-headers ksh libaio libaio-devel libgcc libstdc++ libstdc++-devel make sysstat unixODBC unixODBC-devel Install any of the missing packages. Add disks at OS level for ASM For ASM we will be needing disks. In a production environment this would be provided by storage admin. For this test setup I am utilizing VMware ability to add disks.
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06.11_Oracle_10gR2_RAC_6.11 Recover CorruptMissing OCR with No Backup_20120206.flv
 
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Oracle 10g/11g RAC, DataGuard, GoldenGate,Streams Hands-on Practices Training. ONLY $199 Please feel free to contact me: E-mail/Skype: [email protected] 6. Administering Voting Disk and OCR File 6.1 Overview - () 6.2 Example Configuration - (Video) 6.3 Create RAW devices on all nodes - (Video) 6.3.1 Stop the RAC cluster and CRS - (Video) 6.3.2 Create logical (iSCSI) volumes - (Video) 6.3.3 Create iSCSI Targets - (Video) 6.3.4 Discover all available targets - (Video) 6.3.5 Manually Log In to iSCSI Targets - (Video) 6.3.6 Configure Automatic Log in - (Video) 6.3.7 Verify Persistent Local SCSI Device Names - (Video) 6.3.8 Create Partitions on iSCSI Volumes - (Video) 6.3.9 Re-scan the SCSI bus - (Video) 6.3.10 Bind the Clusterware component devices to RAW devices - (Video) 6.3.11 Check the RAW devices - (Video) 6.3.12 Zero out the RAW devices - (Video) 6.3.13 Restart the RAC cluster and CRS - (Video) 6.4 Administering the OCR File - (Video) 6.4.1 View OCR Configuration Information - (Video) 6.4.2 Usage of ocrconfig command - () 6.4.3 Remove an OCR File - (Video) 6.4.4 Add an OCR File - (Video) 6.4.5 Relocate an OCR File - (Video) 6.4.6 Repair an OCR File on a Local Node - (Video) 6.4.7 Relocate OCR Files to Original - (Video) 6.5 Backup the OCR File - (Video) 6.6 Recover the OCR File - (Video) 6.6.1 Recover OCR from Valid OCR Mirror - () 6.6.2 Recover OCR from Automatically Generated Physical Backup - (Video) 6.6.3 Recover OCR from an OCR Export File - (Video) 6.7 Administering the Voting Disk - (Video) 6.7.1 View Voting Disk Configuration Information - () 6.7.2 Usage of crsctl command - () 6.7.3 Overview of Adding or Remvoing a voting disk - () 6.7.4 Remove a Voting Disk - (Video) 6.7.5 Add a Voting Disk - (Video) 6.7.6 Relocate a Voting Disk - (Video) 6.7.7 Get Voting Disk to Original - (Video) 6.8 Backup the Voting Disk - (Video) 6.9 Recover the Voting Disk - (Video) 6.10 Remove RAW devices on all nodes - (Video) 6.11 Recover Corrupt/Missing OCR with No Backup - (Video) Step 1: Simulate Corrupt/Missing OCR - (Video) Step 2: Shutdown Oracle Clusterware on All Nodes - (Video) Step 3: Execute rootdelete.sh from All Nodes - (Video) Step 4: Run rootdeinstall.sh from the Primary Node - (Video) Step 5: Run root.sh from the Primary Node. (same node as above) - (Video) Step 6: Run root.sh from All Remaining Nodes - (Video) Step 7: Configure Server-Side ONS using racgons - (Video) Step 8: Configure Network Interfaces for Clusterware - (Video) Step 9: Add TNS Listener using NETCA - (Video) Step 10: Add all Resources Back to OCR using srvctl - (Video) Step 11: Verify the New OCR/Voting Disk - (Video) 6.12 Recover Corrupt/Missing OCR and Voting Disk with No Backup - (Video) Step 1: Simulate Corrupt/Missing OCR and Voting Disk - (Video) Step 2: Shutdown Oracle Clusterware on All Nodes - (Video) Step 3: Execute rootdelete.sh from All Nodes - (Video) Step 4: Run rootdeinstall.sh from the Primary Node - (Video) Step 5: Run root.sh from the Primary Node. (same node as above) - (Video) Step 6: Run root.sh from All Remaining Nodes - (Video) Step 7: Configure Server-Side ONS using racgons - (Video) Step 8: Configure Network Interfaces for Clusterware - (Video) Step 9: Add TNS Listener using NETCA - (Video) Step 10: Add all Resources Back to OCR using srvctl - (Video) Step 11: Verify the New OCR/Voting Disk - (Video)
Views: 423 Yongcheng Lai
06.07.07_Oracle_10gR2_RAC_6.7.7 Get Voting Disk to Original_20120206.flv
 
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Oracle 10g/11g RAC, DataGuard, GoldenGate,Streams Hands-on Practices Training. ONLY $199 Please feel free to contact me: E-mail/Skype: [email protected] 6. Administering Voting Disk and OCR File 6.1 Overview - () 6.2 Example Configuration - (Video) 6.3 Create RAW devices on all nodes - (Video) 6.3.1 Stop the RAC cluster and CRS - (Video) 6.3.2 Create logical (iSCSI) volumes - (Video) 6.3.3 Create iSCSI Targets - (Video) 6.3.4 Discover all available targets - (Video) 6.3.5 Manually Log In to iSCSI Targets - (Video) 6.3.6 Configure Automatic Log in - (Video) 6.3.7 Verify Persistent Local SCSI Device Names - (Video) 6.3.8 Create Partitions on iSCSI Volumes - (Video) 6.3.9 Re-scan the SCSI bus - (Video) 6.3.10 Bind the Clusterware component devices to RAW devices - (Video) 6.3.11 Check the RAW devices - (Video) 6.3.12 Zero out the RAW devices - (Video) 6.3.13 Restart the RAC cluster and CRS - (Video) 6.4 Administering the OCR File - (Video) 6.4.1 View OCR Configuration Information - (Video) 6.4.2 Usage of ocrconfig command - () 6.4.3 Remove an OCR File - (Video) 6.4.4 Add an OCR File - (Video) 6.4.5 Relocate an OCR File - (Video) 6.4.6 Repair an OCR File on a Local Node - (Video) 6.4.7 Relocate OCR Files to Original - (Video) 6.5 Backup the OCR File - (Video) 6.6 Recover the OCR File - (Video) 6.6.1 Recover OCR from Valid OCR Mirror - () 6.6.2 Recover OCR from Automatically Generated Physical Backup - (Video) 6.6.3 Recover OCR from an OCR Export File - (Video) 6.7 Administering the Voting Disk - (Video) 6.7.1 View Voting Disk Configuration Information - () 6.7.2 Usage of crsctl command - () 6.7.3 Overview of Adding or Remvoing a voting disk - () 6.7.4 Remove a Voting Disk - (Video) 6.7.5 Add a Voting Disk - (Video) 6.7.6 Relocate a Voting Disk - (Video) 6.7.7 Get Voting Disk to Original - (Video) 6.8 Backup the Voting Disk - (Video) 6.9 Recover the Voting Disk - (Video) 6.10 Remove RAW devices on all nodes - (Video) 6.11 Recover Corrupt/Missing OCR with No Backup - (Video) Step 1: Simulate Corrupt/Missing OCR - (Video) Step 2: Shutdown Oracle Clusterware on All Nodes - (Video) Step 3: Execute rootdelete.sh from All Nodes - (Video) Step 4: Run rootdeinstall.sh from the Primary Node - (Video) Step 5: Run root.sh from the Primary Node. (same node as above) - (Video) Step 6: Run root.sh from All Remaining Nodes - (Video) Step 7: Configure Server-Side ONS using racgons - (Video) Step 8: Configure Network Interfaces for Clusterware - (Video) Step 9: Add TNS Listener using NETCA - (Video) Step 10: Add all Resources Back to OCR using srvctl - (Video) Step 11: Verify the New OCR/Voting Disk - (Video) 6.12 Recover Corrupt/Missing OCR and Voting Disk with No Backup - (Video) Step 1: Simulate Corrupt/Missing OCR and Voting Disk - (Video) Step 2: Shutdown Oracle Clusterware on All Nodes - (Video) Step 3: Execute rootdelete.sh from All Nodes - (Video) Step 4: Run rootdeinstall.sh from the Primary Node - (Video) Step 5: Run root.sh from the Primary Node. (same node as above) - (Video) Step 6: Run root.sh from All Remaining Nodes - (Video) Step 7: Configure Server-Side ONS using racgons - (Video) Step 8: Configure Network Interfaces for Clusterware - (Video) Step 9: Add TNS Listener using NETCA - (Video) Step 10: Add all Resources Back to OCR using srvctl - (Video) Step 11: Verify the New OCR/Voting Disk - (Video)
Views: 394 Yongcheng Lai
Create Shared Disks for ASM in VirtualBox
 
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Oracle RAC database environment need all it's datafiles, controlfiles, redo log files and spfiles to be stored on ASM, which manages the disk automatically and prevent data loss and does the re balancing on its own. ASM disks are created in virtual box to be used as shared disk into multiple nodes. The video guides the steps in virtual box for creating shared disks for ASM. Where the nodes are already created.
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mssql MDF File fragment carving  SQL database lost recovery
 
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[email protected] www.dbfixserver.com Sell the database file fragments engraving software, and remote service recovery. downlink https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B42l4awBomKpUW1manNHU0xNcWc support MSSQL (MDF, NDF) mysql (ibd, myd ibdata1) oracle (DBF, ora, raw disk) interbase (GDB, ib, GBK) Firebird (FDB, FBK) sybase (DAT, db) exchange (EDB, bKF), and so on database file is missing debris sculpture as well as the damage repair recovery. Support undelete table row and undrop table, untruncate table; 我們目前開發的有 mssql mysql oracle sybase asa sybase ase access interbase Firebird 等數據資料庫 文件丟失恢復工具,當資料庫被誤刪除 誤格式化 或者 被誤被老備份還原后 使用常規的數據恢復軟件 掃描到的 文件基本上都是垃圾文件,雖然名字 和 大小 正確,但是其 內容 已經都是垃圾了。 這是因為 資料庫由於使用 頻繁 所以 在實際存儲中 會有很多碎片 數據恢復軟件 都是根據簇指針解析 或者 文件頭進行搜索,而我們的工 具 是 根據 文件結構 從磁盤扇區搜索 組合。所以成功恢復率可達99%. We have currently developed MSSQL mysql oracle sybase asa sybase ase access interbase Firebird data such as database Restore tool file is missing, when the database was mistakenly deleted mistakenly formatted or by mistake by old after reduction using conventional backup data recovery software to scan Files are basically junk files, although the name and size is correct, but its content is already are rubbish.This is because the database due to the use frequent So there will be a lot of debris in the practical storage data recovery software are based on cluster pointer parsing or file header to search, and our work Is according to the file structure From the disk sector search combination.So successful recovery rate can reach 99%.
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VMware Fix - Failed to lock the file Cannot open the disk 'xxxx.vmdk'
 
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Mapping LUN or Data store to ESXi Host
 
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Hi Friends Welcome to my YouTube Channel. This is Introduction Video of VMware VCP 5.5 vSphere Training Step by Step. This VMware vSphere video training course by Vikas Singh. In this I will cover core topics of installing, managing and administering a virtualized data center using VMware vSphere v5.5. In this video training, you will get the topics you need for success in installing, managing and administering a vSphere 5.5 infrastructure. Mapping LUN or Data store to ESXi Host Thank You Watching Vikas Singh [email protected] [email protected] Please subscribe me for more videos……….
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How to Make a Computer Forensic Image Bootable in Virtualbox
 
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Virtualising a Forensic Image for Review or Analysis How can this help your investigation? An examiner or novice can browse the machine in a native format. Any changes are rest when the user reboots the image. The technique doesn't affect the integrity of the forensic image. This video highlight the procedure using a GUI on Windows 64 bit to virtualise your (EWF(E01), DD (raw), AFF) disk image file without converting it to a virtual format to use within 5 minutes on VirtualBox. Scenarios of Usage Perhaps, an incident has occurred the employer wants a review before they instruct an expert in more detail, but the corporation doesn't want to change the original forensic image. Items such as bespoke SQL databases of a firms accounting software or similar can be reviewed in its original form with password defaults and reported on using screenshots without altering the original disk. Malware and memory snapshots can be analysed in a sandboxed environment on a machine suspected of carrying an infection. Live forensic tools can be run against the live machine to save time such as Nirsofts suite of programs. Backups can be restored, examined and exported in the native format, rather than outside the OS in something like FTK or X-ways. Items Needed https://github.com/nannib/Imm2Virtual (contains the image mounting software and Imm2Virtual.) A 64-bit Windows examination machine. Virtualbox from https://www.virtualbox.org/ A full physical forensic image. Main Hurdle - Not knowing the login Password! Use Commercial tool Kon Boot https://www.piotrbania.com/all/kon-boot/, OS Forensics or FTK PRTK to break the user password. Image not booting? Play with the VirtualBox settings until the image boots or repair the partition table using Testdisk https://www.cgsecurity.org/wiki/TestDisk Please visit https://compute-forensics.com/ for professional services or more tips!
Views: 886 Compute Forensics
Oracle VM - Provision ASM Disks and Clone Guests to Create an Oracle RAC Environment
 
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We are fully leveraging the oracle provided templates to create a fully functional and fully patched 2 node RAC environment in Oracle VM 3.0.3. We have to create ASM disks to provision to our RAC VM guest environment later. In this video, we are creating ASM disks as sparse files for the sake of simplicity and mainly to speed up the provisioning process and cloning a RAC node from the Oracle supplied template that we downloaded from Oracle's website.
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