October 2, 2012

RACcheck

RACcheck (RAC Configuration Audit Tool)

$ ./raccheck
$ ./raccheck -v            -v - returns the version of the tool.
$ ./raccheck -a            -a - performs all checks, best practice and Database/Clusterware patch/OS recommendations.
$ ./raccheck -a -o v      -o - for invoking various optional functionality.
$ ./raccheck -a -o verbose
$ ./raccheck -a -c ASM       -c - for use when checking individual components, for only ASM component checks.
$ ./raccheck -a -c ASM -o verbose
$ ./raccheck -a -c ACFS      -c - for use when checking individual components, for only ACFS component checks.
$ ./raccheck -b      -b - best practice recommendations only.
$ ./raccheck -p      -p - database/clusterware patch recommendations only.
$ ./raccheck -f       -f - offline, performs analysis for all.
$ ./raccheck -m     -m - suppresses the Maximum Availability Architecture (MAA) Scorecard which is enabled by default in RACcheck.
$ ./raccheck -u -o pre      -u - performs pre-upgrade readiness checks for 11.2.0.3.
$ ./raccheck -u -o post    -u - performs post-upgrade readiness checks for 11.2.0.3.
$ ./raccheck -s    -s - run RACcheck silently, unattended execution when the Oracle user can SUDO to root without a password.
$ ./raccheck -S    -S - run RACcheck silently, unattended execution without the root password and root privileged collections/audits.

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