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  1. #1
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    Unanswered: Default DBMS Scheduler

    Hi All,

    Let's say we have two DB Server. E.g DB_01 and DB_02, if anyone fail, it will fail over to the server which is up.

    So my question is when we start trigger DBMS Scheduler on the server. Will this DBMS Scheduler trigger from both server ? Meaning it will trigger twice PL/SQL

    Hopefully can get help from you.

    Thanks.

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    How many systems exist?
    How many databases on each system?

    To what does "it" refer in the problem statement above?
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    Quote Originally Posted by anacedent View Post
    How many systems exist?
    How many databases on each system?

    To what does "it" refer in the problem statement above?
    The Server contain 2 clusters and each cluster got 2 nodes. All nodes are DB.
    Let's say there are dbms scheduler set on both cluster. If I trigger dbms scheduler either one in cluster, will dbms scheduler trigger parallel ?

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    I ask about systems & databases & you respond talking about clusters & nodes.

    I give up trying to understand what you have & what you ask.

    You're On Your Own (YOYO)!
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