This topic describes the attributes of Oracle-specific environments such as RAC Cluster Users, Listeners, and RAC configurations. You can manage these settings by the procedure described below.
- Navigate to Manage > Environments.
- In the Environments panel, click the name of an environment to view its attributes.
- Next to Attributes, click the Pencil icon to edit an attribute.
- For Oracle RAC environments select your node then click the Pencil icon.
Common Environment Attributes
The users for that environment. These are the users who have permission to ssh into an environment or access the environment through the Delphix Connector. For more information on the environment user requirements, see the Requirements topics for specific data platforms.
|Host Address||The IP address of the environment host.|
|DSP KeyStore Path||The path to the user-managed DSP Keystore.|
|DSP KeyStore Alias||The lowercase alias to use inside the user-managed DSP Keystore.|
|DSP KeyStore Password||The password for the user-managed DSP Keystore.|
|DSP TrustStore Path||The path to the user managed DSP truststore.|
|DSP TrustStore Password||The password for the user managed DSP truststore.|
|OS||The name of the host operating system.|
|Version||The version of the host operating system.|
|Release||The release of the host operating system.|
|Time Zone||The timezone of the host operating system.|
|Total RAM||The amount of RAM on the host machine.|
|Processor Type||The processor type of the host machine.|
|Traceroute||Traceroute info from target host to Delphix Engine.|
|Notes||Any other information you want to add about the environment.|
|Java Development Kit||The currently selected JDK kit will be shown.|
|Java Development Kit (JDK) Path||Location of the Java Development Kit (JDK) used for the host. Only specified if the feature to provide your own JDK is enabled, otherwise, the defaults are used per our Java Support Matrix.|
Oracle Environment Attributes
Environment Name (RAC)
The Environment Name field under Attributes is used to provide the name of the environment host in the case of cluster environments. This field defaults to the IP address of the host unless you specify another name.
Cluster Name (RAC)
The name of the RAC cluster as retrieved during auto-discovery from the Oracle Clusterware repository (OCR)
Cluster Home (RAC)
This is the full pathname of the directory in which the cluster or grid ORACLE_HOME resides, which contains the executables for the Oracle Clusterware. Besides containing the software for the Oracle CRS (cluster ready services), this directory also contains the binaries for Oracle ASM (automatic storage management).
The version of the RAC cluster as retrieved during auto-discovery from the Oracle Clusterware repository (OCR)
Cluster User (RAC)
The OS user account with read-execute permission to access the ORACLE_HOME for the cluster/grid, as well as the ORACLE_HOME for the database.
Host Address (RAC)
Public IP hostname or IP address for the specific node (or host) within the RAC cluster.
In the event that the network link to which “public hostname” of the RAC nodes reside is to be used only for command-and-control traffic (i.e. SSH, JDBC, etc), and not for network-attached storage, then this field is where the comma-separated list of IP addresses for the alternate network dedicated to NFS for network-attached storage.
Virtual IP (RAC)
Oracle RAC requires setting up virtual IPs to manage failover. This field informs Delphix which IP addresses to use when a failure is detected. Click the + to add another virtual IP domain and IP address. For more details view Overview of Virtual IP Addresses.
The listener used to connect incoming client requests to the database. See Adding a Listener to an Oracle Environment for more information.
An Oracle TNS name that resolves to an address or address list of Oracle Net remote listeners. This is the Oracle initialization parameter REMOTE_LISTENER, which must be the same on all RAC cluster instances. Click the + to add a remote listener.
Single Client Access Name is used to allow clients to access cluster databases.
Listener used with SCAN to establish client connections to the database instances in the RAC cluster.