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A

accessibility software, Java Access Bridge, A
account control, 3.3.2
accounts
ANONYMOUS, 7.7.1
APEX_030200, 7.7.1
APEX_PUBLIC_USER, 7.7.1
BI, 7.7.1
CTXSYS, 7.7.1
DBSNMP, 7.7.1
DIP, 7.7.1
EXFSYS, 7.7.1
FLOWS_FILES, 7.7.1
HR, 7.7.1
IX, 7.7.1
LBACSYS, 7.7.1
MDDATA, 7.7.1
MDSYS, 7.7.1
OE, 7.7.1
ORACLE_OCM, 7.7.1
ORDPLUGINS, 7.7.1
ORDSYS, 7.7.1
OUTLN, 7.7.1
PM, 7.7.1
SCOTT, 7.7.1
SH, 7.7.1
SI_INFORMTN_SCHEMA, 7.7.1
SYS, 7.7.1
SYSTEM, 7.7.1
WMSYS, 7.7.1
XDB, 7.7.1
ACFS, 4.2
requirements, 4.2
admin directory, B.4.4
administrative user names, listed, 7.7.1
Administrators group, requirements for Oracle installations, 5.1.3
ADVM, 4.2
requirements, 4.2
AL32UTF8 character set
upgrade considerations, 5.2.1
aliases, multiple on computers, D.2
ANONYMOUS administrative user name, 7.7.1
APEX_030200 administrative user name, 7.7.1
APEX_PUBLIC_USER administrative user name, 7.7.1
APPC-enabled databases, H.4
applications, migrating non-Oracle applications to Oracle, H.3
ASMCA, 7.3.2
asmcmd utility, 4.3.5
asmtool utility, 4.3.3.4
asmtoolg utility, 4.3.3.4
authentication support
preinstallation requirements, 2.6.3
Automatic Memory Management, 1.3.13
Automatic Storage Management (Oracle ASM)
configuring Oracle Database to communicate with, 6.4.14

B

backups of database
flash_area_recovery directory, B.4.6
Oracle Database Recovery Manager, H.2
perform before upgrading, 5.1.3
Basic installation method
See also Advanced installation method
BI administrative user name, 7.7.1
bind order of the adapters
about, D.4

C

CDBs, 5.2.1, 5.4, 5.4, 5.4, 7.7.2, C.6.2
certification, hardware and software, 1.3.3, 2.3
cloning an Oracle home, 5.5
Cloud Control. See Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control
Cluster Synchronization Services (CSS)
Oracle Automatic Storage Management, 1.9.2
ports, ranges and protocol, F.3
clusters
installation guidelines, 5.2
See also Oracle Clusterware, Oracle Real Application Clusters
commands
runcluvfy.bat, 4.4.1
setup.exe, 4.4.1
compilers
supported, 2.2
components
for single Oracle homes, 1.3.9.2
installation of single Oracle home components, 1.3.9.2
computers with multiple aliases, D.2
computers, non-networked, D.3
configuration assistants
suppressing during silent or response file installation, C.3
troubleshooting, G.6
configuration assistants
See also Oracle Database Configuration Assistant (DBCA), Net Configuration Assistant (NetCA)
configuring disks for Oracle ASM, 4.3.3.1
configuring disks for Oracle Automatic Storage Management, 5.2.2
Connection Manager
ports, ranges and protocol, F.3
control files
about, 7.12
using Oracle Enterprise Manager Database Control with, 7.12
CRS. See Oracle Clusterware
CTXSYS administrative user name, 7.7.1
custom database
failure groups for Oracle ASM, 4.3.3.2
requirements when using Automatic Storage Management, 4.3.3.2

D

DAS (direct attached storage) disks, 4.3.3.3
data files
about, 7.10
creating separate directories for, 2.6.2.3
managing with Oracle Automatic Storage Management, 1.9.2
minimum disk space for, 2.6.2.1
options for placing on file systems, 2.6.2
recommendations for file system, 2.6.2.1
data loss
minimizing with Oracle Automatic Storage Management, 4.3.3.2
data mining tools
Oracle Data Mining, H.2
data warehousing
Enterprise Edition installation type, 1.6
preconfigured database type, 1.8.1
data warehousing tool
Oracle OLAP, H.2
Database Security
preinstallation requirements, 2.6.3
Database Upgrade Assistant, computers with minimum memory, 5.1.4
databases
accounts, listed, 7.7.1
cloning an Oracle home, 5.5
control files, 7.12
custom, management options, 1.10.2
data files, 7.10
initialization parameter file, 7.9
naming, 5.4
non-Oracle
APPC-enabled, H.4
non-Oracle, listed, H.4
OLAP support (Oracle OLAP), H.2
Oracle Automatic Storage Management (Oracle ASM)
requirements, 4.3.3.2
recovery with Oracle Backup and Recovery, H.2
redo log files, 7.11
security management, H.2
starting, 7.4
stopping, 7.4
storage options, 1.9
tablespaces, 7.10
types, preconfigured, 1.8.1
upgrade requirements, 1.12
DB_DOMAIN parameter, 7.8
DB_NAME
parameter, 7.8
DB2 database, H.4
DB2 z/OS database, H.4
DB2/400 database, H.4
DBCA. See Oracle Database Configuration Assistant
dbca.rsp file
about, C.2.1
using, C.5.3
DBSNMP administrative user name
about, 7.7.1
default control files, 7.12
default data files, 7.10
default initialization parameter file, init.ora, 7.9
default tablespaces, 7.10
Deinstallation Tool
about, 8.1
deprecated features, Preface
description
database restart, 4
Oracle Restart, 4
Desktop Class
about, 1.4.1
desupported features, Preface
device names
creating with asmtool, 4.3.3.4
creating with asmtoolg, 4.3.3.4
differences between installing Oracle on Windows and UNIX, 1.3.1
DIP administrative user name, 7.7.1
directory
creating separate data file directories, 2.6.2.3
database file directory, 2.6.2.1
disk devices
in Oracle Automatic Storage Management, 1.9.2.1
managing with Oracle Automatic Storage Management, 1.9.2
multiple, 1.9.1
disk space
checking, 2.1.3
requirements for preconfigured database in Oracle ASM, 4.3.3.2
diskpart.exe tool
about, 4.3.3.3
syntax, 4.3.3.3
disks
configuring for Oracle Automatic Storage Management, 4.3.3.1, 5.2.2
supported for Oracle Automatic Storage Management, 4.3.3.3
documentation
additional Oracle documentation, Preface
DVD drive, installing from, 5.3.1

E

Enterprise Edition installation type
about, 1.6
Enterprise Manager. See Oracle Enterprise Manager
environment variables
NLS_LANG, E.1.1.2
ORACLE_BASE
set in Registry, 1.3.1
ORACLE_HOME
preventing installation, 5.1.3
set in Registry, 1.3.1
ORACLE_HOSTNAME, D.1
ORACLE_SID
set in Registry, 1.3.1
PATH
set in Registry, 1.3.1
TEMP and TMP
hardware requirements, 2.1.3
TMP and TMPDIR, 4.1.3
errors
configuration assistants, G.6
installation, G.3, G.6.2
silent mode, G.4
EXAMPLE tablespace
description, 7.10
example01.DBF data file, 7.10
example01.DBF data file, 7.10
examples
Oracle Automatic Storage Management failure groups, 4.3.3.2
EXFSYS administrative user name, 7.7.1
external redundancy
Oracle Automatic Storage Management redundancy level, 4.3.3.2

F

failure groups
about, 1.9.2.1
characteristics in Oracle Automatic Storage Management, 4.3.3.2
examples in Oracle Automatic Storage Management, 4.3.3.2
FAQ for installation, H
Fast Recovery Area, 6.5
fatal errors, G.6.2
file systems
data file and recovery file placement options, 2.6.2
system requirements, 2.1.2
using for data files, 2.6.2.1
files
listener.ora
using for current release, 6.4.7
Oracle Universal Installer log files, G.3
tnsnames.ora, 6.4.7
Flash Recovery Area
See Fast Recovery Area
flash_area_recovery directory, B.4.6
FLOWS_FILES administrative user name, 7.7.1
frequently asked installation questions, H

G

Gateways products FAQ, H.4
general purpose/transaction processing
preconfigured database type, 1.8.1
generic documentation references
Windows-specific parameter file name and location, 7.9
Windows-specific redo log file location, 7.11
Windows-specific redo log file size, 7.11
global database name
about, 7.8
identifying, 7.8
Global Database Name
about, 5.4
global database name, defined, 7.8
globalization support, E

H

hardware certification, 1.3.3, 2.3
hardware requirements, 4.1
high redundancy
Oracle Automatic Storage Management redundancy level, 4.3.3.2
host name, setting before installation, D.1
hosts file
editing for multihomed computers, D.1
location, D.1
HR administrative user name, 7.7.1

I

IBM DB2 database, H.4
IBM DB2 z/OS database, H.4
IBM DB2/400 database, H.4
IBM WebSphere MQ databases, H.4
Informix Server database, H.4
initialization parameter file
about, 7.9
in database, 7.9
init.ora, 7.9
installActions.log file, G.3
installation
accessing installation software, 5.3
available products, 1.6, 1.6
cloning an Oracle home, 5.5
clusters, installation guidelines, 5.2
completing, 5.4
component-specific guidelines, 5.2
computer aliases, multiple, D.2
configuration options, about, 1.8
database editions, 1.6
differences between installing Oracle on UNIX and Windows, 1.3.1
downloading software from Oracle Technology Network, 5.3.3
DVD drive, 5.3.1
errors
log session, G.3
while configuration assistant runs, G.6.2
FAQ for Oracle Database products, H
guidelines, 5.4, 5.4
Java Access Bridge, A.2
laptops, D.3
log files, G.3
Oracle Automatic Storage Management (Oracle ASM)
requirements, 4.3.3.2
Oracle Universal Installer, about, 1.3.7
overview, 1
planning, 1.2
postinstallation tasks, 6
preinstallation considerations, 5.1
procedure, 5.4
remote installation with remote access software, 5.3.2
remote installation, DVD drive, 5.3.1.1
response file mode error handling, G.4
response files, C
errors, G.4
restrictions on installing in pre-8.1.5 homes, 1.3.7
restrictions on using old Oracle Installer, 1.3.7
reviewing a log of an installation session, G.3
silent mode error handling, G.4
single Oracle home components, 1.3.9.2
troubleshooting, G
upgrading, H.1
with other components, H
installation methods. See Desktop Class, Server Class
installation software, accessing, 5.3
Installing
Oracle restart, 4.5.1
IP addresses, multiple, D.1
IX administrative user name, 7.7.1

J

Java Access Bridge
about, A.1
installing, A.2
Java Runtime Environment. See JRE
Jobs system, 6.4.13
JRE (Java Runtime Environment)
requirements, 2.1.2
restrictions on modifying, 1.3.7
version used by Oracle, 1.3.7

L

languages
installing Oracle components in different languages, E.2
using Oracle components in different languages, E.1.2
laptops, installing Oracle Database on, D.3
LBACSYS administrative user name, 7.7.1
listener.ora file
using listener from current release, 6.4.7
listeners
stopping existing listener process, 3.2
local device, using for data files, 2.6.2.1
log files, G.3
reviewing an installation session, G.3
troubleshooting, G.3
log files locations in OFA, B.7
Logical Volume Manager (LVM)
multiple disks, 1.9.1
recommendations for Automatic Storage Management, 4.3.3.2
loopback adapters
about, D.4
checking if installed, D.4.1
computers with multiple aliases, D.2
installing, D.4
installing on Windows Server 2008, D.4.2, D.4.2, D.4.3, D.4.3
non-networked computers, D.3
removing, D.4.5, D.4.5
See also network adapters, primary network adapters

M

MDDATA administrative user name, 7.7.1
MDSYS administrative user name, 7.7.1
memory requirements, 4.1
migrating applications to Oracle, H.3
migrating non-Oracle databases to Oracle, H.1
mirroring Oracle ASM disk groups, 4.3.3.2
multihomed computers, installing on, D.1
multiple aliases, computers with, D.2
multiple Oracle homes
setting, D.1
System Identifier (SID), 7.8
multitenant container databases. See CDBs
My Oracle Support site
about, 1.3.3
accessing, 1.3.3

N

Net Configuration Assistant (NetCA)
response files, C.4
running at command prompt, C.4
suppressing during silent or response file installation, C.3
troubleshooting, G.6
Net Services Configuration Assistant, computers with minimum memory, 5.1.4
netca.rsp file
about, C.2.1
using, C.4
network adapters
computers with multiple aliases, D.2
how primary adapter is determined, D.4
non-networked computers, D.3
primary, on computers with multiple aliases, D.2
See also loopback adapters, primary network adapters
network cards, multiple, D.1
network protocols, supported, 2.2
network topics
computers with multiple aliases, D.2
laptops, D.3
listed, D
loopback adapters, D.4
multiple network cards, D.1
non-networked computers, D.3
new features
new software updates option, 1.5
NLS_LANG environment variable, E.1.1.2
non-networked computers, D.3
non-Oracle databases, listed, H.4
normal redundancy, Oracle Automatic Storage Management redundancy level, 4.3.3.2
NTFS system requirements, 2.1.2

O

OE administrative user name, 7.7.1
OEM. See Oracle Enterprise Manager
OLAP tools
about, H.2
Oracle OLAP, H.2
operating system
reviewing common practices, 2.4
operating systems, supported, 2.2
Optimal Flexible Architecture
advantages, B.1.1
overview, B.1
standard, B
Optimal Flexible Architecture (OFA)
changes for this release, B.2
default Optimal Flexible Architecture database, B.5.2
differences since previous releases, B.3
directory naming conventions, B.4
nondefault Optimal Flexible Architecture database 2, B.5.3
Oracle base directory, B.6.2
Oracle Database directory tree, affect on, B.3
Oracle home directory, B.5.1
symbolic links, B.6.3
Windows and UNIX differences, B.6
Oracle ACFS, 4.2
enabling, 4.6
requirements, 4.2
restrictions, 4.2.3
Oracle Administration Assistant for Windows
behavior with multiple Oracle homes, 1.3.9.2
configuration, 6.4.3
Oracle ADVM, 4.2
requirements, 4.2
restrictions, 4.2.3
Oracle applications
installing with Oracle Database, H.3
Oracle ASM. See Automatic Storage Management
Oracle Automatic Storage Management
asmcmd utility, 4.3.5
configuring disks, 5.2.2
considerations before installing, 4.3.2
installation, testing, 4.3.5
password file, 4.3.2
SPFILE server parameter file, 4.3.2
Oracle Automatic Storage Management (Oracle ASM)
asmtool utility, 4.3.3.4
asmtoolg utility, 4.3.3.4
configuring disks, 4.3.3.1
DAS disks, 4.3.3.3
disk devices, 1.9.2.1
disk groups. See Oracle ASM disk groups
disks, supported, 4.3.3.3
failure groups
characteristics, 4.3.3.2
examples, 4.3.3.2
identifying, 4.3.3.2
getting started using, 7.3
managing, 7.3.2
mirroring, 4.3.3.2
Oracle ASM asmcmd utility, 7.3.2
Oracle ASM disk groups
about, 1.9.2.1
managing, 7.3.2
recommendations for, 4.3.3.2
templates, 1.9.2.1
Oracle ASM instance
about, 1.9.2.1
partition creation, 4.3.3.3
redundancy levels, 4.3.3.2
SAN disks, 4.3.3.3
silent or response file mode installations, C.1.2
space required for preconfigured database, 4.3.3.2
starting and stopping, 7.3.1
templates, 1.9.2.1
Oracle Automatic Storage Management Cluster File System, 4.2
Oracle Automatic Storage Management Configuration Assistant, 7.3.2
Oracle base directory
about, 1.3.8, B.4.1
example, B.5.2
installation, 1.3.8
location on UNIX, B.6.2
location on Windows, B.6.2
Oracle Cluster Registry port, F.3
Oracle Clusterware
about, H.1
installed before Oracle Database, 5.2
used with Oracle Real Application Clusters, H.1
when to install, 2.6.6
Oracle components
using in different languages, E.1.2
Oracle Data Mining
about, H.2
installing, H.2
Oracle Database
administering and monitoring, H.2
Automatic Storage Management, configuring communication with, 6.4.14
checking installed contents, 7.1
cloning an Oracle home, 5.5
creating data file directories, 2.6.2.3
getting started using, 7
accessing, 7.5, 7.6
starting and stopping database, 7.5, 7.6
installing with Oracle applications, H.3
installing with other Oracle components, H
minimum disk space requirements, 2.6.2.1
naming, 5.4
requirements with Oracle Automatic Storage Management, 4.3.3.2
security management, H.2
starting and stopping, 7.4
upgrading, H.1
Windows Terminal Services support, 2.3.1
See also installation, postinstallation, removing, requirements
Oracle Database Advanced Queuing, 6.4.2
Oracle Database Client
configuring connections, H.1
requirements, 2.2
Oracle Database components
administering and monitoring, H.2
connectivity FAQ, H.4
FAQ on installing, H.1
installing with Oracle applications, H.3
installing with Oracle Database tools, H.2
Oracle Database Configuration Assistant (DBCA)
about, 1.8
computers with minimum memory, 5.1.4
modes during database installation, 1.8.2
response files, C.5
suppressing during silent or response file installation, C.3
troubleshooting, G.6
Oracle Database directory tree, B.3
Oracle Database Gateway
listed products, H.4
Oracle Database Recovery Manager (RMAN)
about, H.2
Oracle Database SID
about, 5.4
naming rules, 5.4
ORACLE_SID environment variable, 1.3.1
Oracle Database Upgrade Assistant, computers with minimum memory, 5.1.4
Oracle Database Vault
audit policy, 1.3.12
postinstallation task, 6.4.6
Oracle Enterprise Management Agent
where installed, 1.10
Oracle Enterprise Manager
Database Control
using to modify control files, 7.12
using to modify redo log files, 7.11
using to view control files, 7.12
using to view redo log files, 7.11
Oracle Enterprise Manager (OEM)
about, 1.10
deploying, 1.10
jobs system, setting correct credentials, 6.4.13
options, 1.10
preinstallation requirements, 2.6.4
See also Oracle Enterprise Manager Database Express, Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control
Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control, 1.10.1
about, 1.10
how installed, 1.10
Oracle Enterprise Manager Database Express
logging into, 7.2
password management, 7.7.2.1
port number, 7.2
Oracle home directory
about, 1.3.9
examples, B.5.2
location, B.4.2
multiple homes, network considerations, D.1
multiple homes, precedence of components, 1.3.9.2
Optimal Flexible Architecture, B.5.1
single Oracle home components, 1.3.9.2
specifying, B.5.1
Oracle host name, setting before installation, D.1
Oracle Internet Directory, H.2
Oracle Messaging Gateway feature, 6.4.2
Oracle Net Listener
ports
ranges and protocol, F.3
Oracle Net Services
configuring, 6.4.7
postinstallation task, 6.4.7, 6.4.7
stopping existing listener, 3.2
Oracle Net Services Configuration Assistant, computers with minimum memory, 5.1.4
Oracle OLAP
about, H.2
Oracle Oracle Services for Microsoft Transaction Server
ports
changing, F.4
Oracle Provider for OLE DB
behavior with multiple Oracle homes, 1.3.9.2
Oracle Real Application Clusters (Oracle RAC)
Oracle Automatic Storage Management, 1.9.2
Oracle Real Application Clusters (RAC)
installed before Oracle Database, 5.2
installing with Oracle Enterprise Manager, H.2
Oracle Clusterware, 2.6.6
about, H.1
requirements, 2.6.6
Oracle Restart
description, 4
Installing, 4.5.1
Oracle Schemas, Preface
Oracle Services for Microsoft Transaction Server
ports
ranges and protocol, F.3
Oracle SQL Developer
accessing, 7.6
migrating non-Oracle applications to Oracle, H.3
migrating non-Oracle databases to Oracle, H.1
Oracle Technology Network (OTN)
downloading documentation from, Preface
downloading software from, 5.3.3
Oracle Text knowledge base, 6.4.8
Oracle Universal Installer
location of executable, C.3
running in different languages, E.2
Oracle Universal Installer (OUI)
about, 1.3.7
cloning an Oracle home, 5.5
guidelines in using, 5.2
installation guidelines, 5.2
log files, G.3
response files, C
restrictions on installing in pre-8.1.5 homes, 1.3.7
running at command line, C.3
Oracle WebLogic Server, H.2
Oracle XML DB
about, H.2
ports, ranges and protocol, F.3
XDB administrative user name, 7.7.1
ORACLE_BASE directory. See Oracle base directory
ORACLE_BASE environment variable
set in Registry, 1.3.1
ORACLE_HOME directory. See Oracle home directory, ORACLE_HOME environment variable
ORACLE_HOME environment variable
preventing installation, 5.1.3
set in Registry, 1.3.1
ORACLE_HOSTNAME environment variable
about, D.1
computers with multiple aliases, D.2
multihomed computers, D.1
setting before installation, D.1
ORACLE_OCM administrative user name, 7.7.1
ORACLE_SID environment variable
set in Registry, 1.3.1
See also Oracle Database SID
Oracle-managed files feature, 2.6.5
ORADATA directory, explained, B.4.5
ORDPLUGINS administrative user name, 7.7.1
ORDSYS administrative user name, 7.7.1
OTN. See Oracle Technology Network
OUI. See Oracle Universal Installer
OUTLN administrative user name, 7.7.1

P

partitions
creation for Oracle Automatic Storage Management disks, 4.3.3.3
using with Oracle Automatic Storage Management, 4.3.3.2
See also diskpart.exe tool
password file for Oracle Automatic Storage Management, 4.3.2
passwords
for administrative accounts, 7.7
guidelines, 7.7.2
managing in SQL*Plus, 7.7.2.2
specifying for response files, C.1
See also security
patch set information, downloading, 6.1
PATH environment variable
set in Registry, 1.3.1
PDBs, 5.2.1, 5.4, C.6.2
Personal Edition installation type, 1.6
PL/SQL
external procedures postinstallation task, 6.4.11
modules, validating, 6.2
pluggable databases. See PDBs
PM administrative user name, 7.7.1
portlist.ini file, F.2
ports
access URLs, F.2
Cluster Synchronization Services, ranges and protocol, F.3
configured for applications, F.2
Connection Manager, ranges and protocol, F.3
default ranges, F
Oracle Cluster Registry, F.3
Oracle Net Listener
ranges and protocol, F.3
Oracle Services for Microsoft Transaction Server
changing, F.4
Oracle Services for Microsoft Transaction Server, ranges and protocol, F.3
Oracle XML DB, ranges and protocol, F.3
postinstallation tasks, 6
changing passwords, 7.7.2
configuring secure sockets layer, 6.3
database-to-Automatic Storage Management communication, 6.4.14
getting started using Oracle Database, 7
Jobs system, 6.4.13
Oracle Administration Assistant for Windows, 6.4.3
Oracle Messaging Gateway feature, 6.4.2
Oracle Net Services, 6.4.7
Oracle Text knowledge base, 6.4.8
PL/SQL external procedures, 6.4.11
setting job system credentials for Enterprise Manager, 6.4.13
shared server support, 6.4.12
validating invalid PL/SQL modules, 6.2
preconfigured database
Oracle Automatic Storage Management disk space requirements, 4.3.3.2
requirements when using Oracle Automatic Storage Management, 4.3.3.2
preinstallation
perform database backup, 5.1.3
requirements for Oracle Database Security, 2.6.3
requirements for Oracle Enterprise Manager, 2.6.4
preinstallation considerations, 5.1
primary network adapters
how determined, D.4
See also loopback adapters, network adapters
process, stopping existing listener process, 3.2

R

RAC. See Oracle Real Application Clusters
RAID (Redundant Array of Independent Disks)
multiple disks, 1.9.1
recommended Oracle ASM redundancy level, 4.3.3.2
using for Oracle data files, 2.6.2.1
RAM requirements, 4.1
readme.txt file, F.2
recommendations
on perfomring software-only installations, 4.4
recovery files, options for placing on file system, 2.6.2
recovery of databases
Oracle Backup and Recovery, H.2
redo log files
in starter database, 7.11
using Oracle Enterprise Manager Database Control with, 7.11
redundancy level
and space requirements for preconfigured database, 4.3.3.2
for Oracle Automatic Storage Management, 4.3.3.2
Redundant Array of Independent Disks. See RAID
release notes, 1.2
remote access software, 5.3.2
remote installations
DVD drive, 5.3.1.1
remote access software, 5.3.2
removing
response files, using, C.3
requirements
for JRE, 2.1.2
for Oracle Enterprise Manager, 2.6.4
for upgrading a database, 1.12
hard disk space, 2.1.2
hardware, 2.1, 4.1
hardware certification, 2.3
hardware, verifying, 2.1.3
Oracle Database Client, 2.2
software, 2.2
software certification, 2.3
Web browser support, 2.3.2
Windows Terminal Services, 2.3.1
response file mode
about, C.1
error handling, G.4
reasons for using, C.1.1
See also response files, silent mode, C.1
response file mode. See response file mode
response files
about, C.1
creating
with record mode, C.2.2
with template, C.2.1
dbca.rsp, C.2.1
error handling, G.4
general procedure, C.1.2
Net Configuration Assistant, C.4
netca.rsp, C.2.1
Oracle Automatic Storage Management (Oracle ASM), C.1.2
Oracle Database Configuration Assistant (DBCA), C.5
passing values at command line, C.1
passwords, C.1
security, C.1
specifying with Oracle Universal Installer, C.3
using, C
See also silent mode, response file mode, C.1
response files installation
about, C
roadmap for installing Oracle Database components, H
root user, 5.4

S

Sample Schemas
administrative user names, 7.7.1
tablespaces and data files, 7.10
SAN (storage area network) disks, 4.3.3.3
schemas
database schema passwords, 5.4
Oracle Schemas, about, Preface
Sample Schemas administrative user names, 7.7.1
Sample Schemas tablespaces and data files, 7.10
SCOTT administrative user name, 7.7.1
security
management tools, H.2
Oracle Database Security Strong Authentication requirements, 2.6.3
See also passwords
Server Class
about, 1.4.1
See also Desktop Class
server parameter file (SPFILE), 4.3.2
SERVICE_NAMES parameter, 7.8
services, stopping, 3.2
setup.exe. See Oracle Universal Installer (OUI)
SH administrative user name, 7.7.1
shared server support, 6.4.12
SI_INFORMTN_SCHEMA administrative user name, 7.7.1
SID. See Oracle Database SID
silent mode
about, C.1
error handling, G.4
errors, G.4
reasons for using, C.1.1
See also response file mode, response files, C.1
single Oracle home components, 1.3.9.2
software certification, 1.3.3, 2.3
software updates option, 4.5.1
SPFILE server parameter file, 4.3.2
SQL Developer
accessing, 7.6
SQL Server database, H.4
SQL*Plus
accessing, 7.5
password management, 7.7.2.2
sqlnet.ora file, enabling Windows native authentication, 6.4.14
SSL, 6.3
Standard Edition installation type, 1.6, 1.6
starter database accounts, 7.7.1
stopping existing services, 3.2
storage area network disks, 4.3.3.3
storage management. See Oracle Automatic Storage Management (Oracle ASM)
swap space
requirements, 4.1
Sybase Adapter Server database, H.4
symbolic links, B.6.3
SYS administrative user name, 7.7.1
SYSTEM
tablespace, description, 7.10
SYSTEM administrative user name, 7.7.1
system requirements
on NTFS file systems, 2.1.2
system01.dbf data file, 7.10, 7.10

T

tablespaces, 7.10
expanding for large sorts, 7.10
in database, 7.10
SYSTEM, 7.10
TEMP, 7.10
UNDOTBS, 7.10
USERS, 7.10
TEMP
tablespace (temp01.dbf), 7.10
TEMP environment variable, hardware requirements, 2.1.3
temp01.dbf data file, 7.10
temporary directory, 2.1.3
temporary disk space
checking, 2.1.3
freeing, 2.1.3
requirements, 4.1
Teradata database, H.4
tmp directory
checking space in, 2.1.3
freeing space in, 2.1.3
TMP environment variable, 4.1.3
hardware requirements, 2.1.3
TMPDIR environment variable, 4.1.3
tnsnames.ora file, 6.4.7
transaction processing
Enterprise Edition installation type, 1.6
troubleshooting, G
fatal errors, G.6.2
Inventory log files, G.3

U

UNDOTBS
tablespace (undotbs01.dbf), 7.10
UNIX
differences between installing Oracle on Windows, 1.3.1
unsupported components
on Windows Terminal Services, 2.3.1
upgrading
AL32UTF8 character set, 5.2.1
backing up before upgrading, 5.1.3
considerations, 1.12
operating sytem, 1.12.1
Oracle ASM, 1.12.2
Oracle Database, 1.12.1
user account control, 3.3.2
user accounts, managing, 3.3.2
user names
ANONYMOUS, 7.7.1
APEX_030200, 7.7.1
APEX_PUBLIC_USER, 7.7.1
BI, 7.7.1
changing passwords, 7.7.2
CTXSYS, 7.7.1
DBSNMP, 7.7.1
DIP, 7.7.1
EXFSYS, 7.7.1
FLOWS_FILES, 7.7.1
HR, 7.7.1
IX, 7.7.1
LBACSYS, 7.7.1
MDDATA, 7.7.1
MDSYS, 7.7.1
OE, 7.7.1
ORACLE_OCM, 7.7.1
ORDPLUGINS, 7.7.1
ORDSYS, 7.7.1
OUTLN, 7.7.1
PM, 7.7.1
SCOTT account, 7.7.1
SH, 7.7.1
SI_INFORMTN_SCHEMA, 7.7.1
SYS, 7.7.1
SYSTEM, 7.7.1
WMSYS, 7.7.1
XDB, 7.7.1
USERS
tablespace (users01.dbf), 7.10
utlrp.sql file, 6.2

W

Web browser support, 2.3.2
WebSphere MQ database, H.4
Windows
compilers, supported, 2.2
credentials for job system, 6.4.13
network protocol, supported, 2.2
operating systems, supported, 2.2
Oracle Database installation differences with UNIX, 1.3.1
Windows 7
user account control, 3.3.2
Windows 8
user account control, 3.3.2
Windows Server 2008
user account control, 3.3.2
Windows Server 2008 R2
user account control, 3.3.2
Windows Services utility, starting and stopping databases, 7.4.2
Windows Terminal Services
support, 2.3.1
unsupported components, 2.3.1
WMSYS administrative user name, 7.7.1

X

XDB administrative user name, 7.7.1
XML data, H.2