Index

A  B  C  D  E  F  G  H  I  J  L  M  N  O  P  R  S  T  U  V  W 

A

Advanced installation type, 2.4
architecture
Optimal Flexible Architecture (OFA), 2.8
archive logs
destinations, converting to cluster database, C.1
ASM
and Fast Recovery Area, 3.6
ASMSNMP, 1.4.2
Automatic Diagnostic Repository, Preface
default directory for diagnostic data, Preface
Automatic Storage Management. See Oracle ASM
automatic undo management, 7.5

B

backups
and converting to cluster database, C.1
block devices, 1.3.4
supported for upgrades only, 1.3.4

C

candidate disks, 3.6
changing host names, 7.1
cluster database
installed configuration, 7.4.1
cluster file system
storage option for data files, 1.3.4
Cluster Manager
ports, ranges and protocol, F.3
Cluster Synchronization Services (CSS)
ports, ranges and protocol, F.3
Cluster Verification Utility
checking the integrity of the Cluster Manager, A.1.3
DBCA database creation stage readiness check, 3.5
verifying readiness for database installation, 1.5
CLUSTER_DATABASE_INSTANCES, 3.6
clusterware diagnostics, A.1.3
commands
crsctl start crs, 2.3.1
lsnrctl start instance, 2.3.4
ps, 1.6
components
created when using DBCA, 7.4
configuration assistants
troubleshooting, A.1.5
connection load balancing, 7.8
Connection Manager. See Oracle Connection Manager
control file
installed configuration, 7.4.2
control files, 1.4.4
described, 7.4.2
convert to cluster database
administrative considerations, C.1
from non-cluster system, C.2.1
from single-instance, C.2.3
from single-instance to Oracle Real Application Clusters, C
post-conversion, C.6
reasons not to convert, C.2
to Oracle Real Application Clusters from single-instance Oracle databases, C
converting
from single instance to Oracle Real Application Clusters, C.3
from single-instance to Oracle Real Application Clusters, C.3.4
to Oracle Real Application Clusters from single-instance Oracle databases, B
with rconfig, C.3
create database
using scripts, B.1
creating
Oracle Real Application Clusters database
with Database Configuration Assistant, 2.8, 3.1, 3.6
Customer Configuration Repository. See Oracle Configuration Manager

D

data files
storage options, 1.3.4
database
components, created when using DBCA, 7.4
Database Agent, 7.8.2
and listeners, 7.9.2
and server parameter files, 5.2.1
Database Configuration Assistant
components created by, 7.4
control files, 7.4.2
creating Oracle Real Application Clusters database
after installation, 3.6
during installation, 2.8, 3.1
datafiles, 7.4.1
deleting databases with, 3.7
deleting Oracle Real Application Clusters databases, 3.7
initialization parameter files, 7.6
Initialization Parameters page, 3.6
List of Cluster Databases page, 3.7
Operations page, 3.7
Oracle ASM Disk Groups page, 3.6
Recovery Configuration page, 3.6
redo log files, 7.4.3
rollback segments, 7.5
running in silent mode, B.8
See DBCA
Summary dialog, 3.7
tablespaces, 7.4.1
using, 3.1
Welcome page, 3.6, 3.6
database configuration type
selecting, 2.4
Database Control
configuring after installation, 6.2, 6.2.4
configuring during installation, 6.2
configuring with DBCA, 6.2.3
configuring with EMCA, 6.2.4
database creation using scripts, B.1
database files
supported storage options, 1.3.4
datafiles, 1.4.4
and DBCA, 7.4.1
described, 7.4.1
daylight savings time
and TIMESTAMP WITH TIME ZONE data, 1.4.5
DB_NAME, 3.6
DB_UNIQUE_NAME, 3.6
initialization parameters, 3.6
DBCA
configuring Database Control with, 6.2.3
delete database, 3.7
loading SSH keys into memory to start, 3.6
Management Options page, 6.2.3
no longer sets local_listener and remote_listener, 7.10
starting on UNIX, 6.2.3
starting on Windows, 6.2.3
dbca.rsp file, B.5.1
DBSNMP
password requirements for, 2.7
dedicated servers, 7.8.2
delete database with DBCA, 3.7
deprecated features
service management, 2.8
diagnostics, A.1.3
directory structure, D
disk groups
and preferred read disk groups, Preface
DNS
registering server addresses in, 1.2.4
downloading installer updates before installing from a secure data center, 1.1.2
DV_ACCTMGR, 2.3.2.2
DV_OWNER, 2.3.2.1

E

Easy Connect, 7.11
EMCA
command-line arguments, 6.2.4
configuring Database Control for Oracle Real Application Clusters, 6.2.1
configuring Database Control with, 6.2.4
reconfiguring Database Control after changing the listener port, 6.2.7.1
specifying port assignments, 6.2.6
troubleshooting problems with the Database Control, 6.2.7
troubleshooting tips, 6.2.7
using an input file for EMCA parameters, 6.2.5
Enterprise Manager Configuration Assistant
See EMCA
enterprise.rsp file, B.5.1
environment variables
ORACLE_HOME, 1.6
error messages
during installation, A.1
ORA-00845, 3.6
ORA-01078, 3.6
/etc/hosts
server addresses in, 1.2.4

F

failover
and service registration, 7.8.1
failure group, 3.6
Fast Mirror Resynch, Preface
Fast Recovery
and files managed by Oracle, C.3.4
Fast Recovery area, 3.6
features, new, Preface
file system
storage option for data files, 1.3.4
file systems
supported options for Oracle Database, 1.3.4
files
dbca.rsp, B.5.1
enterprise.rsp, B.5.1
response files, B.5

G

gid
selecting, 2.10
global database name
selecting, 2.10
globalization
support for, 1.1.7, 2.4.2

H

high availability
interconnect, 1.1.4
stopping services, E.3.2
high availability IP addresses, 1.1.4
host names
changing, 7.1

I

initialization parameter files, 7.6
for instances, 5.1
listener parameters, 7.9.2
initialization parameters
CLUSTER_DATABASE_INSTANCES, 3.6
DB_NAME, 3.6
DISPATCHERS, 7.8.2
LOCAL_LISTENER, 7.8.2
MEMORY_TARGET, 3.6
REMOTE_LISTENER, 7.8.2
installation
and globalization, 1.1.7, 2.4.2
directory structure, D
listener.ora file, 7.9.4
non-interactive, B.1
of additional products after installation is completed, 3.6
Oracle Configuration Manager, 2.5
Oracle Database Vault, 2.3
response files, B.5
preparing, B.5, B.5.2
templates, B.5
silent mode, B.6
tnsnames.ora file, 7.10
instances
initialization parameter files, 5.1

J

Java Message Service (JMS), 6.2.6

L

language
See globalization., 1.1.7
language support and installation, 2.4.2
List of Cluster Databases page, 3.7
listener
automatic migration from 10.1 to 10.2, 3.3
identifying Oracle home for, 1.6
lsnrctl command, 1.6
registration, 7.9.4.1
service registration, 7.9.4
stopping, 1.6, 1.6
stopping existing listener process, 1.6
listener.ora file, 7.9.4
configuring, 7.9
default configuration, 7.9.4
listeners
listener.ora file, 7.9.4
load balancing
and service registration, 7.8
local listener
configuring, 7.8.2
local_listener
no longer set in tnsnames.ora by DBCA, 7.10
log file
how to see the log file during installation, 2
troubleshooting with, A.1.4
lsnrctl command, 1.6

M

Management Options page
in DBCA, 6.2.3
Memory Size (SGA and PGA), 3.6
MEMORY_TARGET, 3.6
Metalink. See My Oracle Support
migration
from single-instance, C.2
multiple Oracle homes
and Oracle Clusterware, 1.1.6
multiple Oracle RAC databases
clusterware requirements for, 1.1.6
My Oracle Support, 4.1.1
and storage requirements, 1.3
check before installation, 1.1.1

N

Net Configuration Assistant (NetCA)
response files, B.7
running at command prompt, B.7
Net naming methods, 7.11
net service names, 7.10
netca.rsp file, B.5.1
network
planned interface use, 1.2
server addresses, 1.2.4
network attached storage (NAS), 1.3.4
network configuration files
listener.ora, 7.9.4
sqlnet.ora, 7.11
tnsnames.ora, 7.10
network directory, D.2
new features, Preface
noninteractive mode. See response file mode

O

olsnodes command, A.1.3
operating system
preinstallation requirements for Oracle RAC, 1.2.7
Optimal Flexible Architecture (OFA), 2.8
Oracle Application Express
online help, 2.1.3
Oracle Text and, 2.1.3
requirements for installation, 2.1
web browsers supported for, 1.2.6
Oracle ASM
and candidate disks, 3.6
and failure groups, 3.6
Change disk discovery path, 3.6
disk group, Preface
Fast Mirror Resync, Preface
Oracle Database versions compatible with this release, 1.6
OSASM group, Preface
preferred read disk groups, Preface
response files, B.4.2
rolling upgrade of, Preface
storage option for data files, 1.3.4
SYSASM privilege, Preface
Oracle Cluster Registry port, F.3
Oracle Clusterware
and multiple database versions, 1.1.6
ports, ranges and protocol, F.3
Oracle Configuration Manager
information needed to enable, 2.5
information to provide for configuration of, Preface
postinstallation, 4.3
Oracle Connection Manager
ports, ranges and protocol, F.3
Oracle Data Guard
ports, ranges and protocol, F.3
Oracle Data Mining, Preface
Oracle Database
data file storage options, 1.3.4
supported storage options for, 1.3.3
upgrades of, 1.1.6, 2.2
versions that can coexist using Oracle ASM, 1.6
Oracle Database Configuration Assistant
response file, B.5.1
Oracle Database Upgrade Assistant, 3.3, C
Oracle Database Vault, Preface, Preface
configuration, 2.3
Oracle Database Vault Account Manager (DV_ACCTMGR), 2.3.2.2
Oracle Database Vault Owner (DV_OWNER), 2.3.2.1
starting and stopping Oracle RAC instances with, 2.3.4
Oracle Enterprise Management Agent
ports
changing, F.4
ranges and protocol, F.3
Oracle Enterprise Manager
ASMSNMP, 1.4.2
using to convert single-instance databases to Oracle Real Application Clusters, C.3.4
Oracle Enterprise Manager Database Console
ports
changing, F.5
ranges and protocol, F.3
Oracle Event Manager
ports, ranges and protocol, F.3
oracle home
ASCII path for, 1.2.3
Oracle home directory
identifying for listener, 1.6
Oracle Net
identifying Oracle home for listener, 1.6
lsnrctl command, 1.6
stopping existing listener, 1.6
stopping listener, 1.6
stopping the listener, 1.6
Oracle Net Configuration Assistant
response file, B.5.1
Oracle Net Listener
ports
ranges and protocol, F.3
Oracle RAC One Node, 2.4
Oracle RAC Technologies Certification Matrix, 1.1.1
Oracle Real Application Clusters
databases, deleting, 3.7
installed components of, 1.4.4
operating system requirements for, 1.2.7
overview, 3, 7
ports
ranges and protocol, F.3
storage requirements for, 1.3
Oracle Real Application Testing, Preface
Oracle SQL Developer, Preface, Preface
Oracle Text
Oracle Application Express requirement for, 2.1.3
Oracle Ultra Search, Preface
Oracle Universal Installer
response files
list of, B.5.1
Oracle Upgrade Companion, 1.1.6, 2.2
Oracle Warehouse Builder, Preface, Preface
Oracle XML DB, Preface
ports
changing, F.6
ranges and protocol, F.3
ORACLE_BASE environment variable
setting, 4.2.2
ORACLE_HOME environment variable
setting, 1.6, 4.2.2
ORACLE_SID environment variable
setting, 4.2.2
Oracle9i
checking for listener, 1.6
OracleMetalink. See My Oracle Support
oratab file, 7.3
OSASM
and SYSASM, Preface
OWBSYS repository, Preface

P

parameter file search order, 5.3
parameters
initialization, 5
pass phrase, 3.6
for SSH, 3.6
password
Oracle Database Vault Account Manager, 2.3.2.2
Oracle Database Vault Owner, 2.3.2.1
passwords, 2.7
patch updates
download, 4.1.1
install, 4.1.1
My Oracle Support, 4.1.1
patch upgrades, E.3.1
patches
operating system patches for Oracle RAC, 1.2.7
policy-managed databases
and SCANs, 6.1
portlist.ini file, F.2
ports
access URLs, F.2
Cluster Manager, ranges and protocol, F.3
Cluster Synchronization Services, ranges and protocol, F.3
configured for applications, F.2
default ranges, F
Oracle Cluster Registry, F.3
Oracle Clusterware, ranges and protocol, F.3
Oracle Connection Manager, ranges and protocol, F.3
Oracle Data Guard, ranges and protocol, F.3
Oracle Enterprise Management Agent
changing, F.4
ranges and protocol, F.3
Oracle Enterprise Manager Database Console
changing, F.5
ranges and protocol, F.3
Oracle Event Manager, ranges and protocol, F.3
Oracle Net Listener
ranges and protocol, F.3
Oracle Real Application Clusters
ranges and protocol, F.3
Oracle XML DB
changing, F.6
ranges and protocol, F.3
reconfiguring Database Control after changing the listener port, 6.2.7.1
specifying Database Control ports, 6.2.6
postinstallation
patch download and install, 4.1.1
product configuration, 4.1.3
root.sh back up, 4.2.1
user accounts setup, 4.2.4
preconfigured database installation types, 2.4.1
preinstallation requirements
operating system, 1.2.7
private IP address, 1.2.4
process
stopping existing, 1.6
stopping existing listener process, 1.6
stopping listener process, 1.6
ps command, 1.6
public IP address, 1.2.4

R

RAC. See Oracle Real Application Clusters.
racgimon, 7.8.2
raw devices
supported for upgrades only, 1.3.4
RBS tablespace
description, 7.4.1
rconfig, C.3
readme.txt file, F.2
recovery files
supported storage options, 1.3.4
redo log file
installed configuration, 7.4.3
redo log files, 1.4.4
described, 7.4.3
Redundant Interconnect Usage, 1.1.4
remote listener
configuring, 7.8.2
Remote Method Invocation (RMI), 6.2.6
remote_listener
no longer set in tnsnames.ora by DBCA, 7.10
response file installation
preparing, B.5
response files
templates, B.5
silent mode, B.6
response file mode
about, B.4
reasons for using, B.4.1
See also response files, silent mode, B.4
response files
about, B.4
creating with template, B.5.1
dbca.rsp, B.5.1
enterprise.rsp, B.5.1
for Oracle ASM, B.4.2
general procedure, B.4.3
Net Configuration Assistant, B.7
netca.rsp, B.5.1
passing values at command line, B.4
See also silent mode., B.4
specifying with Oracle Universal Installer, B.6
rollback segments
described, 7.5
root.sh
back up, 4.2.1

S

SCANs
use of SCANs required for clients of policy-managed databases, 6.1
scripts to create an Oracle Real Application Clusters database, B.1
Secure Configuration database installation option, 2.6
secure data center
downloading installer updates for, 1.1.2
secure shell configuration, 1.2.5
security
command line DBCA required to enable or disable, 2.6
for Oracle Database Vault Account Manager password, 2.3.2.2
for Oracle Database Vault owner password, 2.3.2.1
Secure Configuration option, 2.6
selecting passwords, 2.7
server parameter files, 1.4.4, 5, 5.2, 7.6
errors, 5.5
server pools
configuration, 6
SCANs required for policy-managed, 6.1
XML conversion files for, C.5
service registration
about, 7.9.4
configuring, 7.8
shared server, 7.8.2
sid, 2.10
silent mode
about, B.4
reasons for using, B.4.1
See also response files., B.4
silent mode installation, B.6
single-instance databases
converting, C.3.4
SPFILE
default creation, 5.2
default location, 5.2.1
managing on raw device, 5.2.1
migrating to, 5.4
sqlnet.ora file, 7.11
SSH, 3.6
ssh configuration, 1.2.5
Standard Edition Oracle Database
supported storage options for, 1.3.3
storage
for Oracle RAC, 1.3
supported options, 1.3.4
storage options
Fast Mirror Resynch, Preface
for Enterprise Edition installations, 1.3.3
for Standard Edition installations, 1.3.3
Summary dialog, 3.7
supported storage options, 1.3.4, 1.3.4
and block devices, 1.3.4
supported technology, 1.1.1
SYS
password requirements for, 2.7
SYSASM, Preface
and OSASM, Preface
sysasm privilege
storage tasks requiring, 3.6, 3.6, 3.6
SYSMAN
password requirements for, 2.7
SYSTEM
password requirements for, 2.7
system identifier, 2.10
SYSTEM tablespace
description, 7.4.1

T

tablespaces
and DBCA, 7.4.1
expanding for large sorts, 7.4.1
RBS, 7.4.1
SYSTEM, 7.4.1
TEMP, 7.4.1
undo tablespaces for automatic undo management, 7.4.1
USERS, 7.4.1
TEMP tablespace
described, 7.4.1
time zone version files, 1.4.5
tnsnames.ora file, 7.10
default configuration, 7.10
troubleshoooting
Nodes unavailable for selection, A.1.1
troubleshooting
An error occurred while trying to get the disks, A.1.1
Can’t open display, A.1.1
configuration assistant errors, A.1.5
Connection refused by server, A.1.1
disk space errors, 1.2.3
error starting instance, A.1.1
Failed to connect to server, A.1.1
log file, 2, A.1.4
node is unreachable, A.1.1
online help for Oracle Application Express, 2.1.3
PRKP-1001
Error starting instance, A.1.1
problems starting or configuring the Database Control, 6.2.7
PROT-8
Failed to import data from specified file to the cluster registry, A.1.1
reviewing a log file, A.1.4
time stamp in the future, A.1.1
with EMCA, 6.2.7
X server, A.1.1
YPBINDPROC_DOMAIN
Domain not bound, A.1.1
Troubleshooting
when using EMCA, 6.2.7
Typical install type, 2.4

U

undo management, 7.5
upgrade, 1.1.6, 1.1.6, 2.2
and using same Oracle home, 1.2.3
and using same Oracle home type, 2.12
of existing Oracle Databases, 3.3
of listener, 3.3
of Oracle Database with patch, E.3.1
Oracle Clusterware version requirement for, 1.1.6
TIMESTAMP WITH TIME ZONE data, 1.4.5
upgrades
and SCANs, 7.8.1
stopping processes, 1.6
user accounts
postinstallation setup, 4.2.4
USERS tablespace
described, 7.4.1

V

VIP, 1.2.4
vip address, 1.2.4
virtual IP address, 1.2.4
virtual IP.See VIP

W

web browsers
supported with Oracle Application Express, 1.2.6
supported with Oracle Enterprise Manager, 1.2.6