Oracle Cluster Verification Utility

The Cluster Verification Utility (CVU) is a utility distributed with Oracle Grid Infrastructure / Oracle Clusterware. It was developed to assist in the installation and configuration of Oracle Clusterware as well as Oracle Real Application Clusters (RAC). CVU performs a range of tests, starting from initial hardware setup tests through entire cluster checks for Oracle RAC deployments. CVU covers all intermediate stages during the installation and configuration of a complete Oracle RAC stack.

Cluster Verification Utility Download for Oracle Grid Infrastructure 12c 
Note: The latest CVU version (March 2015) can be used with all currently supported Oracle RAC versions, including Oracle RAC 10g, Oracle RAC 11g and Oracle RAC 12c.
Frequently Asked Questions for CVU distributed with Oracle RAC 11g
 Cluster Verification Utility Frequently Asked Questions (April 2010)

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Download Linux (x86), Readme (Sept 2012) - Support for this OS has been discontinued.

LINUX x86-64
Download Linux (x86-64), Readme (March 2015)

LINUX IA64 (Linux Itanium)
Download Linux Itanium(IA64), Readme (Nov 2008) - Support for this OS has been discontinued.

Download Solaris SPARC 64bit, Readme (March 2015)
SOLARIS x86-64bit
Download Solaris x86-64bit, Readme (March 2015)

HP-UX Itanium
Download HP-UX Itanium, Readme (March 2015)

Download HP-UX PA RISC, Readme (Nov 2008) - Support for this OS has been discontinued.

Download IBM AIX, Readme (March 2015)

Download Windows (x86), Readme (April 2011) - Support for this OS has been discontinued.

WINDOWS x86-64
Download Windows (x86-64), Readme (March 2015)

Linux on System z (zLINUX)
Download zLinux (64), Readme (March 2015)

Oracle has a very active research organization (Oracle Labs) that is charged to 'Identify, explore, and transfer new technologies that have the potential to substantially improve Oracle's business'. One part of the organization is the External Research Office (ERO). The ERO is charged to ' ... invest in research collaborations that fit Oracle's long-term strategic goals. These collaborations are between university researchers and engineers/researchers throughout Oracle's various organizations'. The ERO webpage lists numerous current and past collaborations. Oracle provides funds and direct interactions with highly experienced developers.

If you are interested in the ERO program please contact Steve Jeffreys at

If you would like to explore opportunities for a research collaboration with the database team please contact Dieter Gawlick at

or Garret Swart at
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