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Numerics

32-bit
Windows-based installation, 2
64-bit
Windows-based installation, 2

A

asmtool utility, 4.4.5.3
asmtoolg utility, 4.4.5.2
authentication support
preinstallation requirements, 2.9.1
Automatic Storage Management
storage option for data files, 4.2.2
Automatic Storage Management (ASM)
asmtool utility, 4.4.5.3
asmtoolg utility, 4.4.5.2
configuring disks, 4.4.1
DAS disks, 4.4.4
disk groups
recommendations for, 4.4.2
redundancy levels, 4.4.2
disks, supported, 4.4.4
failure groups, 4.4.2
characteristics, 4.4.2
examples, 4.4.2
identifying, 4.4.2
mirroring, 4.4.2
partition creation, 4.4.4
redundancy levels, 4.4.2
SAN disks, 4.4.4
space required for preconfigured database, 4.4.2
automount
enable, 3.1.2, 4.1.2

B

bind order
Windows network, 2.8.3.3

C

certification, hardware and software, 2.3
cluster configuration file, 5.3.2
Cluster Configuration page
Oracle Universal Installer, 5.3.1
Cluster Configuration Storage page
Oracle Universal Installer, 5.3.1
cluster file system
storage option for data files, 4.2.2
cluster name, 5.3.1
requirements for, 5.2
cluster nodes
private node names, 5.2
public node names, 5.2
virtual node names, 5.2
cluster privileges
verifying for OUI cluster installation, 2.10
Cluster Ready Services
upgrading, 5.2
Cluster Synchronization Services, 5.2
Cluster Verification Utility
difference between runcluvfy and cluvfy, 2.11.1
Oracle Clusterware configuration check, 5.1
shared storage area check, 3.3
user equivalency troubleshooting, 5.1.1
commands
cluvfy, 2.11.3
runcluvfy.bat, 2.11.1
configuring disks for ASM, 4.4.1
configuring raw devices, 4.5
control files
raw devices, 4.5.1
CSS, 5.2
OCCSD, 5.2
custom database
failure groups for ASM, 4.4.2
requirements when using Automatic Storage Management, 4.4.2
CVU. See Cluster Verification Utility

D

DAS (direct attached storage) disks, 4.4.4
data files
minimum disk space for, 4.2.3
recommendations for file system, 4.2.3
storage options, 4.2.2
data loss
minimizing with Automatic Storage Management, 4.4.2
Database Configuration Assistant
raw storage requirements, C.2
databases
Automatic Storage Management requirements, 4.4.2
de-install CRS software
Windows-based systems, B.1.1
de-install Oracle Clusterware software, B.1
device names
creating with asmtool, 4.4.5.3
creating with asmtoolg, 4.4.5.2
directory
database file directory, 4.2.3
DisableDHCPMediaSense parameter, 1.2, 2.8.1, 2.8.3.4
disk automount
enable, 3.1.2, 4.1.2
disk group
Automatic Storage Management, with ASM redundancy levels, 4.4.2
recommendations for Automatic Storage Management disk groups, 4.4.2
disk space
checking, 2.5
required partition sizes, 3.4.1
requirements for preconfigured database in ASM, 4.4.2
disk space requirements
Windows, 2.4.1
disks
configuring for Automatic Storage Management, 4.4.1
configuring raw devices, 4.5
supported for Automatic Storage Management, 4.4.4
domain user, 2.7
used in installation, 1.3

E

enable automount, 3.1.2, 4.1.2
enable disk automount, 3.1.2, 4.1.2
environment variables
TEMP and TMPDIR, 2.5
EXAMPLE tablespace
raw device for, 4.5.1
examples
Automatic Storage Management failure groups, 4.4.2
external redundancy
Automatic Storage Management redundancy level, 4.4.2

F

failure groups
Automatic Storage Management, 4.4.2
characteristics in Automatic Storage Management, 4.4.2
examples in Automatic Storage Management, 4.4.2
features, new, Preface
file system
storage option for data files, 4.2.2
using for data files, 4.2.3
file systems
system requirements, 2.4.1
Windows system requirements, 2.4.1
files
control files
raw devices, 4.5.1
raw device mapping file
on Windows, 4.5.3
redo log files
raw devices, 4.5.1
server parameter file
raw devices, 4.5.1
SPFILE
raw devices, 4.5.1
Firefox, 2.3.1
and Oracle Application Express, 2.3.1

H

hardware certification, 2.3
high redundancy
Automatic Storage Management redundancy level, 4.4.2

I

installation
Automatic Storage Management requirements, 4.4.2
using cluster configuration file, 5.3.2

J

Java Runtime Environment
requirements, 2.4.1
Windows requirements, 2.4.1

L

local administrative user, 2.7
local administrator user, 1.3
local device
using for data files, 4.2.3
Logical Volume Manager (LVM)
recommendations for Automatic Storage Management, 4.4.2
logical volumes

M

mapping file
for raw devices
on Windows, 4.5.3
Media Sensing, 1.2, 2.8.1, 2.8.3.4
disabling, 1.2, 2.8.3.4
Microsoft Internet Explorer, 2.3.1
and Oracle Application Express, 2.3.1
mirroring ASM disk groups, 4.4.2
Mozilla, 2.3.1
My Oracle Support, 6.2
My Oracle Support site
about, 2.3, 2.3
accessing, 2.3, 2.3

N

Netscape Navigator, 2.3.1
network interface bind order, 2.8.3.3
new features, Preface
normal redundancy, Automatic Storage Management redundancy level, 4.4.2
NTFS
system requirements, 2.4.1

O

OCCSD, 5.2
OCFS
formatting drives for, 5.4
installation, 5.4
OCR
primary and mirror, 3.2.2
upgrading from previous release, 3.4.1
Windows, 3.5
operating systems, supported, 2.6
ORA_DBA group, 1.3, 2.1
Oracle Advanced Security
preinstallation requirements, 2.9.1
Oracle Application Express
supported browsers for, 2.3.1
Oracle Cluster Registry
see OCR
Oracle Clusterware
install with Oracle Universal Installer on Windows, 5.3.1
installation setup procedures for Windows, 5.3.1
installing, 5
installing with Oracle Universal Installer, 5.3
Oracle Clusterware home
Windows-based system, 5.3.1
Oracle Connection a Manager, 2.3.2.2
Oracle Database
data file storage options, 4.2.2
minimum disk space requirements, 4.2.3
requirements with Automatic Storage Management, 4.4.2
Windows Terminal Services support, 2.3.2.2
Oracle Enterprise Manager
preinstallation requirements, 2.9.2
Oracle Object Link Manager, 2.3.2.2
Oracle patch updates, 6.2
Oracle Services for Microsoft Transaction Server, 2.3.2.2
Oracle Universal Installer
and Oracle Clusterware, 5.3
Cluster Configuration page, 5.3.1
Cluster Configuration Storage page, 5.3.1
Specify File Locations page, 5.3.1
Specify Network Interface Usage page, 5.3.1
Summary page, 5.3.1
Welcome page, 5.3.1
OUI
see Oracle Universal Installer

P

partition creation for Automatic Storage Management disks, 4.4.4
partitions
sizing for Oracle Clusterware files, 1.1
using with Automatic Storage Management, 4.4.2
patch updates
download, 6.2
install, 6.2
My Oracle Support, 6.2
patch upgrades
rolling upgrades, D.4
post-installation
patch download and install, 6.2
preconfigured database
Automatic Storage Management disk space requirements, 4.4.2
requirements when using Automatic Storage Management, 4.4.2
preinstallation
raw device creation, C.2.1
requirements for Oracle Advanced Security, 2.9.1
requirements for Oracle Enterprise Manager, 2.9.2
privileges
verifying for OUI cluster installation, 2.10

R

RAID
using for Oracle data files, 4.2.3
RAID (Redundant Array of Independent Disks)
recommended ASM redundancy level, 4.4.2
raw device
for server parameter file, 4.5.1
for SPFILE, 4.5.1
raw devices
configuring, 4.5
creating a raw device mapping file
on Windows, 4.5.3
Database Configuration Assistant, C.2
for control files, 4.5.1
for EXAMPLE tablespace, 4.5.1
for redo log files, 4.5.1
for SYSAUX tablespace, 4.5.1
for SYSTEM tablespace, 4.5.1
for TEMP tablespace, 4.5.1
for UNDOTBS tablespace, 4.5.1
for USERS tablespace, 4.5.1
setting up, C.2.1
storage option for data files, 4.2.2
raw partitions
See raw devices
raw storage
Database Configuration Assistant requirements, C.2, C.2
Real Application Clusters
raw device setup, C.2.1
redo log files
raw devices for, 4.5.1
redundancy level
and space requirements for preconfigured database, 4.4.2
for Automatic Storage Management, 4.4.2
redundant array of independent disks
See RAID
required service packs, 2.6
requirements
for Java Runtime Environment, 2.4.1
for Java Runtime Environment on Windows, 2.4.1
for Oracle Enterprise Manager, 2.9.2
hardware certification, 2.3, 2.3
software certification, 2.3, 2.3
Web browser support, 2.3.1
Windows Remote Desktop Connection support, 2.3.2.2
Windows service packs, 2.6
rolling upgrade
of Oracle Database with patch, D.4

S

SAN (storage area network) disks, 4.4.4
Server Management (SRVM), 2.3.2.2
server parameter file
raw device, 4.5.1
service pack requirements
Windows, 2.6
service packs, 2.6
software certification, 2.3
Specify File Locations page
Oracle Universal Installer, 5.3.1
Specify Network Interface Usage page
Oracle Universal Installer, 5.3.1
SPFILE
raw devices, 4.5.1
storage area network disks, 4.4.4
Summary page
Oracle Universal Installer, 5.3.1
supported operating systems, 2.6
SYSAUX tablespace
for raw devices, 4.5.1
system requirements
for NTFS file systems, 2.4.1
for Windows file systems, 2.4.1
SYSTEM tablespace
for raw devices, 4.5.1

T

TEMP environment variable, 2.5
TEMP tablespace
for raw devices, 4.5.1
temporary directory on Windows, 2.5
temporary disk space
checking on Windows, 2.5
freeing on Windows, 2.5
tmp directory
checking space for Windows installation, 2.5
freeing space for Windows installation, 2.5
TMPDIR environment variable, 2.5
troubleshooting
user equivalency, 5.1.1

U

UNDOTBS tablespace
raw device, 4.5.1
upgrade
of Cluster Ready Services, 5.2
user
domain, 1.3
local Administrator, 1.3
user equivalence
testing, 5.1.1
USERS tablespace
raw device, 4.5.1

V

voting disks, 3.2.2
configuration of, 5.2
requirement of absolute majority of, 3.2.2
upgrading from a previous release, 3.4.1
Windows, 3.5

W

Web browser support, 2.3.1
Web browsers
Firefox, 2.3.1
Microsoft Internet Explorer, 2.3.1
Mozilla, 2.3.1
Netscape Navigator, 2.3.1
Welcome page
Oracle Universal Installer, 5.3.1
Windows
32-bit installation, 2
64-bit installation, 2
creating a raw device mapping file, 4.5.3
Windows Media Sensing, 2.8.1
disabling, 1.2, 2.8.3.4
Windows network bind order, 2.8.3.3
Windows Server 2008, Preface, 2.6, 2.7.1, 2.11.5, 4.5.2, 5, 5.3.2, 5.3.3
Windows Terminal Services
support, 2.3.2.2