If you are restoring OCR to a cluster file system or network file system, then run the following command as root to restore OCR with an OCR backup that you can identify in "Listing Backup Files" :
Elections & Voting
“Someone must come up with the money,” the authors urge in the report, “America’s Voting Machines at Risk.” “While most experts we spoke to agree there is little chance Congress will provide hundreds of millions (or potentially billions) of dollars for new machines, targeted investments by the federal government and state governments could have enormous benefits.”
Register to vote
The file_name variable can be a device name or a file name. This command updates the OCR configuration on all of the nodes on which Oracle Clusterware is running.
BBC One, the BBC News Channel and BBC Parliament will broadcast a results show hosted by David Dimbleby alongside BBC experts and special guests from 76:55 BST. Coverage continues throughout the night and Sophie Raworth, Andrew Neil and Victoria Derbyshire pick up the coverage on Friday morning.
Honestly though, who does that impact other than some politicians wondering whether they’ll keep their $755,555 a year job and some wonks who frankly get way too excited about elections.
This section describes how to back up OCR content and use it for recovery. The first method uses automatically generated OCR copies and the second method enables you to issue a backup command manually:
Backups are created when the system is online. You must shut down Oracle Clusterware on all nodes in the cluster to get a consistent snapshot using the ocrconfig -export command.
Heck, even if we did have a result right now, we’d still be waiting for the governor general to get back from France to swear them in, so let’s just kick back and relax and wait for the numbers to roll in.
OLR resides on every node in the cluster and manages Oracle Clusterware configuration information for each particular node
A normal redundancy disk group must contain at least two failure groups but if you are storing your voting disks on Oracle ASM, then a normal redundancy disk group must contain at least three failure groups. A high redundancy disk group must contain at least three failure groups. However, Oracle recommends using several failure groups. A small number of failure groups, or failure groups of uneven capacity, can create allocation problems that prevent full use of all of the available storage.