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TNSNAMES is a "connection-information-abstraction". This is where you hide hostnames, failover-information, port-number, servicename and god knows what. Why do you connect using hostname, port and sid? jdbc:oracle:thin:@testhost:2000:testdb Hey! Because you are not using TNSNAMES! Your connect-string is a HOST connection. A host-connection goes ...


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If money is an issue I would strongly suggest another RDBMS solution. RAC and DG are very hard to setup and maintain as indicated. You really need the expertise to manage it. You need SCANs, VIPs, HB and HBA preferably. In addition I would highly advise to stay away from Windows for Oracle. The data on the SAN needs to be RDM as well and not a ...


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Here is my fork: Reduce size of image from 3.8G to 825MB Database initialization moved out of the image build phase Now database initializes at the containeer startup with no database files mounted Media reuse support outside of container Added graceful shutdown on container stop Removed sshd You may check here: ...



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