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The Resource Configure Networker NDMA backup for Oracle RAC using Oracle SCAN, Arthur Jiang, (electronic resource)

Configure Networker NDMA backup for Oracle RAC using Oracle SCAN, Arthur Jiang, (electronic resource)

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Configure Networker NDMA backup for Oracle RAC using Oracle SCAN
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Configure Networker NDMA backup for Oracle RAC using Oracle SCAN
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Arthur Jiang
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eng
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This article explains Single Client Access Name (SCAN), a feature used in Oracle Real Application Clusters (RAC) environments that provides a single name for clients to access any Oracle Database running in a cluster. It discusses using SCAN when configuring the Networker Module for Databases and Applications (NMDA) which provides data protection for Oracle databases. --
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Configure Networker NDMA backup for Oracle RAC using Oracle SCAN, Arthur Jiang, (electronic resource)
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Configure Networker NDMA backup for Oracle RAC using Oracle SCAN, Arthur Jiang, (electronic resource)
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