Step 6. Configure Cluster Manager
Cluster Manager maintains the status of the nodes and the
Oracle instances across the cluster and runs on each node
of the cluster.
As user root or oracle, go to $ORACLE_HOME/oracm/admin on
each node and create or change the cmcfg.ora and the
ocmargs.ora files according to Listing 1.
Be sure that the HostName in the cmcfg.ora file is correct
for the machine that is, node 1 has a file that contains
node1, and node 2 has a file that contains node2.
Before starting the database, make sure the Cluster Manager
software is running. For convenience’s sake, add Cluster
Manager to the rc script. As user root on each node,
set up the Oracle environment variables (source env.sh):
The file ocmstart.sh is an Oracle-provided sample startup
script that starts both the Watchdog daemon and Cluster Manager.
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