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Oracle 10g RAC on Windows

 
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I am Installing Oracle DV 10g with Real Application Cluster on Windows 2000 server..

I have the documentation from Oracle, and I am following the steps, but when we start configuring the ASM (Automatic Storage Management) the partitions we created are not seen?

for knowledge:
The Storage is handled by SAN (Storage Area Network).
And I am facing failure in the optional tools at the end of the Oracle Cluster Ready Services Installation:
--Oracle Cluster Ready Service Configuration Assistant.
--Oracle Notification Server Configuration Assistant.
--Oracle Private Interconnect Configuration Assistant.

I hope someone can find me an answer for this.
Regards,
Mustafa.
 
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