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Node Checking Coexistence

Sometimes you may want to have a setup where the validation check of the nodes should be excluded for certain clients and in some situations. In essence, you may want to have the infrastructure for both the node checking and non-checking for a database.

This is accomplished through multiple listeners. The listener performs node validation checking. Therefore, if we configure one listener that does the checking and one that does not, we can establish this setup. However, the parameter file where the check is enforced is the same for a single Oracle Home, regardless of how many listeners are configured. So, in order to use the listeners in different configurations, we need to define a second
 


 


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