RAC Startup and Shutdown Steps

startup-shutdown

The RAC database running on my laptop has two nodes RAC1 and RAC2.
The instance names are brij1 and brij2.

The binary files to start-stop (srvctl, crsctl) can be located under $ORA_CRS_HOME/bin directory

SHUTDOWN PROCESS
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First take down your database

1) STOP DATABASE ON ALL NODES
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$ ./srvctl stop database -d brij

OR

1) STOP ALL INSTNACES
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./srvctl stop instance -d brij -i brij1
./srvctl stop instance -d brij -i brij2

Second turn is of ASM instance.

2) Shut down all ASM instances on all nodes.
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./srvctl stop asm -n rac1
./srvctl stop asm -n rac2

Then you will shutdown all node applications

3) Stop all node applications on all nodes.
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$ ./srvctl stop nodeapps -n rac1
$ ./srvctl stop nodeapps -n rac2

Verification >>>> Run ./crs_stat -t  and it should show ‘target’ and ‘state’ for  all components as “OFFLINE”

And the last step is …

4) Shut down the Oracle Clusterware or CRS process by entering the following command on all nodes as the root user
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/etc/init.d/init.crs stop

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STARTUP PROCESS
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1) Start up the Oracle Clusterware or CRS process by entering the following command on all nodes as the root user
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/etc/init.d/init.crs start

2) Start all node applications on all nodes
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./srvctl start nodeapps -n rac1
./srvctl start nodeapps -n rac2

3) Start up all ASM instances on all nodes.
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./srvctl start asm -n rac1
./srvctl start asm -n rac2

4)  START ALL INSTNACES
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./srvctl start instance -d brij -i brij1
./srvctl start instance -d brij -i brij2

OR

4) START DATABASE ON ALL NODES
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$ ./srvctl start database -d brij

Verification >>>> Run ./crs_stat -t  and it should show ‘target’ and ‘state’ for  all components as “ONLINE”
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