Wuff, the year 2006 nearly finished with the speed of light. But there is still one month left with a lot of new stuff to check out.
Last week I upgraded my notebook from Fedora Core 5 to Fedora Core 6. Hey! Everything worked without a problem. Just the usual update of the
fedora-release-6-4.noarch.rpm package followed by
yum upgrade and I am on FC6…
There are two new OTN articles about iSCSI and Oracle RAC. The first one „Setting Up an Inexpensive iSCSI Linux Cluster Using SLES10 and OCFS2“ is from Mark Fasheh and Todd Trichler. The Paper is quite short and only describes how to get the storage part working. This article is also included in the „How-To’s“ section on the „Download OTN’s Greatest Hits CD“. The second article „Build Your Own Oracle RAC 10g Release 2 Cluster on Linux and iSCSI“ from Jeffrey Hunter includes an complete work through from OS installation to the RAC setup.