Adding / Removing TimesTen Cache Grid Members
A TimesTen cache grid consists of one or more grid members. Each grid member is backed by a TimesTen in-memory database. This section describes how to expand your cache grid by adding additional cache databases to increase processing capacity. Though not required, a grid member's cache database typically runs in a different machine from other grid members. Grid members can be added and removed online while the application is active.
Adding grid members to a TimesTen cache grid
Here are the steps required to add a grid member to a cache grid:
|1.||Create and configure a cache database for the new grid member||Follow the steps documented in the Setting up the cache database section
to configure an additional cache database.
|2.||Add the required cache groups into the cache database||Follow the steps documented in the section Adding cache groups to a cache database
to define the Oracle tables to be cached.
Removing grid members from a TimesTen cache grid
Here are the steps required to remove a grid member from a cache grid:
|1.||Detach the grid member from the cache grid||Use thebuilt-in procedure to detach the grid member database from the cache grid. This step is required only if the database is still attached to the cache grid.|
|2.||Stop the replication agent||Use the built-in procedureto stop the replication agent process, if not already stopped.|
|3.||Remove the cache groups||Use thestatement to remove all the and the cache tables from the cache database.|
|4.||Stop the cache agent||Use the built-in procedureto stop the cache agent process.|
Follow the example below to remove a grid member from a cache grid using the steps described above:
Removing Grid Members from a Cache Grid example
For more information about TimesTen Cache, refer to Oracle TimesTen Application-Tier Database Cache Introduction
Oracle TimesTen Application-Tier Database Cache User's Guide.
High availability for the data in the cache grid is provided via TimesTen replication, using the active standby pair scheme.
information about active standby pair, refer to the Active Standby Pair with TimesTen Application-Tier Database Cache section.