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Bang for Buck with Oracle SE High Availability

By |2021-06-08T09:41:34+10:00September, 2020|Tags: , , , |

This post concerns how you can employ an extremely resilient and high-performing architecture using the 19C SE database. The original Oracle Standard Edition allowed you to have High Availability (HA) using the "Real Application Clusters" (RAC) option. This allowed you to install up to two instances of Oracle SE on two separate servers of 2 CPUs each. Then in SE1 ('Standard Edition One'), Oracle removed that ability altogether, there was [...]

No RAC in 19c Standard Edition (SE2)

By |2021-06-08T13:13:34+10:00June, 2019|Tags: , , |

Oracle is claiming that the demand for Real Application Clusters (RAC) in SE is low – we cannot confirm that. That is their justification for no longer permitting RAC with the Standard Edition offering (SE2) as of 19c. This means the 2019 release of SE2, or 19.3, (or 12.2.0.3 in the old version naming convention) SE2 will not support RAC. 18c does, 19c does not. To upgrade to 19c [...]

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