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12c Release 1 (12.1) for Linux and UNIX

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A

ACFS. See Oracle ACFS.
Advanced
database configuration type, 2.6.2, 2.7
installation type, 2.6, 2.6.3
and Leaf Nodes, 1.1.3
architectures
different chip architectures, 1.2.1.1
Optimal Flexible Architecture (OFA), 1.2.3, 2.10
ASM Dynamic Volume Manager (AVMD), 1.3.1.1
ASM. See Oracle ASM.
AUTHENTICATION_SERVICES, 6.12.5
Automatic Diagnostic Repository (ADR), 6.12.5
Automatic Storage Management. See Oracle ASM.
automatic undo management, 6.8
AVMD. See ASM Dynamic Volume Manager (AVMD).

B

backups
space requirements when using DBCA, 1.3
block devices
unsupported for direct storage use, 1.3.3
browsers. See web browsers.

C

candidate disks, 3.5.2.3
CDBs, 3.6.1, 6.5
changing
product languages, 2.6
changing host names, 6.1
cluster database
installed configuration, 6.7.1
cluster file systems
storage options for data files, 1.3.2
Cluster Manager
ports, ranges and protocol, E.3
Cluster Synchronization Services (CSS)
ports, ranges and protocol, E.3
Cluster Verification Utility
checking the integrity of the Cluster Manager, A.1.3
DBCA database creation stage readiness check, 3.4
installed location, 1.5
verifying readiness for database installation, 1.5
CLUSTER_DATABASE_INSTANCES, 3.5.2.4
clusterware diagnostics, A.1.3
components
created when using DBCA, 6.7
configuration assistants
troubleshooting, A.1.5
configuration types
Advanced, 2.7
connect descriptors, 6.10.2
connection load balancing, 6.11
Connection Manager. See Oracle Connection Manager
control files, 1.4.2
described, 6.7.2
converting
to Oracle Real Application Clusters from single-instance Oracle databases, B
create database
using scripts, B.1
creating
Oracle Real Application Clusters database
with Database Configuration Assistant, 3.1, 3.5.2.1
CVU
See Cluster Verification Utility.

D

data files, 1.4.2
storage options, 1.3.2
Data Warehouse
database configuration type, 2.7
database
components, created when using DBCA, 6.7
configuration types, 2.6, 2.7
services, 6.10.1
supported storage options for files, 1.3.3
Database Agent
and listeners, 6.12.4.1
Database Agent process, 6.10.6, 6.12.4.1
Database Configuration Assistant
components created by, 6.7
control files, 6.7.2
creating Oracle Real Application Clusters database
after installation, 3.5.2.1
during installation, 3.1
datafiles, 6.7.1
deleting Oracle Real Application Clusters databases, 3.7
initialization parameter files, 6.9
Initialization Parameters page, 3.5.2.4
List of Cluster Databases page, 3.7
Oracle ASM Disk Groups page, 3.5.2.3
redo log files, 6.7.3
rollback segments, 6.8
running in silent mode, B.8
Summary dialog, 3.7
tablespaces, 6.7.1
using, 3.1
Welcome page, 3.5.2.2, 3.5.2.2
database creation using scripts, B.1
datafiles
and DBCA, 6.7.1
described, 6.7.1
daylight savings time
and TIMESTAMP WITH TIME ZONE data, 1.4.3
DB_NAME, 3.5.2.4
DB_UNIQUE_NAME, 3.5.2.4
initialization parameters, 3.5.2.4
DBCA
delete database, 3.7
loading SSH keys into memory to start, 3.5.1.1
See Oracle Database Configuration Assistant (DBCA).
dbca.rsp file, B.5.1
DBSNMP user
password requirements, 2.9
dedicated servers, 6.11.3
Deinstallation tool
about, 7.3.1
example, 7.3.3
roothas.pl, 7.3.1
delete database with DBCA, 3.7
deprecated features
service management, 2.10.1
diagnostics, A.1.3
Direct NFS Client
about, 1.3.3
file types supported, 1.3.3
directory structure, C
downloading installer updates before installing from a secure data center, 1.1.6, 2.2

E

Easy Connect Naming, 6.12.5, 6.12.5
enterprise.rsp file, B.5.1
error messages
during installation, A.1
ORA-00845, 3.5.2.4
ORA-01078, 3.5.2.4
EXAMPLE tablespace
described, 6.7.1

F

failover
and service registration, 6.11.2
file systems
storage options for data files, 1.3.2
supported options for Oracle Database, 1.3.2
files
dbca.rsp, B.5.1
enterprise.rsp, B.5.1
response files, B.5
Free server pool, 5.1.4
described, 5.1.4.1

G

General Purpose/Transaction Processing
database configuration type, 2.7
generic server pool
described, 5.1.4.2
Generic server pool, 5.1.4
global database names
selecting, 2.8
globalization
support for, 1.1.12, 2.6.3
GNS, 1.1.3
and Hub nodes, 1.1.3

H

high availability
interconnect, 1.1.3
SCAN listeners, 6.10.4.3
stopping services, D.3.2
high availability IP addresses, 1.1.3
host names
changing, 6.1
Hub Nodes
and GNS, 1.1.3
shared files, 1.4.2

I

initialization parameter files, 6.9
listeners
parameters, 6.10.6, 6.12.4.1
initialization parameters
CLUSTER_DATABASE_INSTANCES, 3.5.2.4
DB_NAME, 3.5.2.4
DISPATCHERS, 6.11.3
MEMORY_TARGET, 3.5.2.4
REMOTE_LISTENER, 6.10.6
installation
and globalization, 2.6.3
directory structure, C
listener.ora file, 6.10.6
non-interactive, B.1
of additional products after installation is completed, 3.5.2.5
response files, B.5
preparing, B.5, B.5.2
templates, B.5
silent mode, B.6.2
tnsnames.ora file, 6.12.2

J

Java Runtime Environment
Windows requirements, 1.3

L

language
See globalization., 1.1.12
language support and installation, 2.6.3
languages, 1.1.12
Leaf Nodes
and GNS, 1.1.3
List of Cluster Databases page, 3.7
listener
automatic migration from 10.1 to 10.2, 3.3
stopping existing listener process, 1.7
listeners
default configuration of listener.ora, 6.10.6
files
listener.ora, 6.10.6, 6.10.6, 6.12.4.1
sqlnet.ora, 6.12.5
parameters
LOCAL_LISTENER, 6.12.2
REMOTE_LISTENER, 6.12.2
registration, 6.10.7, 6.12.1
service registration, 6.12.4.4
load balancing
and service registration, 6.11.3
local listeners, 6.10.6, 6.12.4.1
log file
how to see the log file during installation, 2
troubleshooting with, A.1.4
LREG process
and listener registration, 6.10.7, 6.12.1
discovery routine, 6.10.7, 6.12.1

M

Memory Size (SGA and PGA), 3.5.2.4
MEMORY_TARGET, 3.5.2.4
multiple Oracle homes
and Oracle Clusterware, 1.1.10
multiple Oracle RAC databases
clusterware requirements for, 1.1.10
multitenant container databases. See CDBs
My Oracle Support
check before installation, 1.1.1
My Oracle Support web site
and storage requirements, 1.3

N

naming methods, 6.10.2
Easy Connect Naming, 6.12.5, 6.12.5
Net Configuration Assistant (NetCA)
response files, B.8.2
running at command prompt, B.8.2
net service names, 6.12.3
netca.rsp file, B.5.1
network attached storage (NAS), 1.3.2
network configuration files
tnsnames.ora, 6.12.2
network directory, C.2
networks
configuration files, 6.10.6
sqlnet.ora, 6.12.5
planned interface uses, 1.2.4.1
noninteractive mode. See response file mode
NTS operating system authentication, 6.12.5

O

OINSTALL, 6.2
olsnodes command, A.1.3
operating system
preinstallation requirements for Oracle RAC, 1.2.5
operating system authentication
to Oracle ASM, 6.2
to Oracle Database, 6.2
optimal flexible architecture, 1.2.3
Optimal Flexible Architecture (OFA), 1.2.3, 2.10
Oracle ACFS, 1.3.1
file types supported, 1.3.3
Oracle RAC binaries installation not supported with Oracle Flex Cluster deployments, 1.1.3
Oracle Application Express
web browsers supported for, 1.2.4.2
Oracle ASM
and candidate disks, 3.5.2.3
Change disk discovery path, 3.5.2.3
file types supported, 1.3.3
Oracle Database versions compatible with this release, 1.7
response files, B.4.2
storage options for data files, 1.3.2
Oracle Cluster Registry port, E.3
Oracle Clusterware
and multiple database versions, 1.1.10
ports, ranges and protocol, E.3
Oracle Configuration Manager
postinstallation, 4.3
Oracle Connection Manager
ports, ranges and protocol, E.3
Oracle Data Guard
ports, ranges and protocol, E.3
Oracle Database
data file storage options, 1.3.2
supported storage options for, 1.3.3
upgrades of, 1.1.10, 2.3
versions that can coexist using Oracle ASM, 1.7
Oracle Database Configuration Assistant
response file, B.5.1
Oracle Database Configuration Assistant (DBCA)
no longer sets LOCAL_LISTENER and REMOTE_LISTENER, 6.12.2
redo log files, 6.7.3
Oracle Database Upgrade Assistant, 3.3
Oracle Event Manager
ports, ranges and protocol, E.3
Oracle Flex Cluster
Oracle RAC binaries not supported on Oracle ACFS, 1.1.3
requirements and restrictions for, 1.1.3
Oracle home
ASCII path for, 1.2.3
Oracle Net
stopping existing listener, 1.7
Oracle Net Configuration Assistant
response file, B.5.1
Oracle Net Listener
ports
ranges and protocol, E.3
Oracle Real Application Clusters
databases, deleting, 3.7
installed components of, 1.4.2
operating system requirements for, 1.2.5
overview, 3, 6
ports
ranges and protocol, E.3
storage requirements for, 1.3
Oracle Universal Installer
response files
list of, B.5.1
Oracle Upgrade Companion, 1.1.10, 2.3
Oracle XML DB
ports
ranges and protocol, E.3
ORACLE_BASE
default value, 1.2.3
ORACLE_BASE environment variable
setting, 4.2.1
ORACLE_HOME environment variable
setting, 4.2.1
ORACLE_SID environment variable
setting, 4.2.1
OracleMetalink. See My Oracle Support
oratab file, 6.6
OSASM, 6.2
OSBACKUPDBA, 6.2
OSDBA, 6.2
OSDBA for ASM, 6.2
OSDGDBA, 6.2
OSKMDBA, 6.2
OSOPER, 6.2
OSOPER for ASM, 6.2

P

pass phrase, 3.5.1.1
for SSH, 3.5.1.1
passwords, 2.9
specifying for response files, B.4
See also security
patch upgrades, D.3.1
patches
operating system patches for Oracle RAC, 1.2.5
PDBs, 3.6.1, 6.5
pluggable databases. See PDBs
portlist.ini file, E.2
ports
access URLs, E.2
Cluster Manager, ranges and protocol, E.3
Cluster Synchronization Services, ranges and protocol, E.3
configured for applications, E.2
default ranges, E
Oracle Cluster Registry, E.3
Oracle Clusterware, ranges and protocol, E.3
Oracle Connection Manager, ranges and protocol, E.3
Oracle Data Guard, ranges and protocol, E.3
Oracle Event Manager, ranges and protocol, E.3
Oracle Net Listener
ranges and protocol, E.3
Oracle Real Application Clusters
ranges and protocol, E.3
Oracle XML DB
ranges and protocol, E.3
postinstallation
product configuration, 4.1.2
user accounts setup, 4.2.3
preconfigured database installation types, 2.6.1
preinstallation
operating system requirements, 1.2.5
process
stopping existing, 1.6
stopping existing listener process, 1.7

R

RAC. See Oracle Real Application Clusters.
raw devices
supported for upgrades only, 1.3.2
unsupported for direct storage use, 1.3.3
readme.txt file, E.2
recovery files
See also fast recovery area
supported storage options, 1.3.3
redo log files, 1.4.2
described, 6.7.3, 6.7.3
installed configuration, 6.7.3
Redundant Interconnect Usage, 1.1.3
requirements
for Java Runtime Environment on Windows, 1.3
response file installation
preparing, B.5
response files
templates, B.5
silent mode, B.6.2
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.8.2
netca.rsp, B.5.1
passing values at command line, B.4
passwords, B.4
security, B.4
See also silent mode., B.4
specifying with Oracle Universal Installer, B.6
rollback segments
described, 6.8
roothas.pl, 7.3.1

S

SCAN VIP, 6.10.4.2
scripts to create an Oracle Real Application Clusters database, B.1
secure data center
downloading installer updates for, 1.1.6, 2.2
security
selecting passwords, 2.9
See also passwords
server parameter files, 1.4.2, 6.9
server pools
configuration, 5
described, 5.1.3
Free, 5.1.4
Generic, 5.1.4
service registration, 6.10.7, 6.12.1
about, 6.12.4.4
configuring, 6.11
shared servers, 6.11.3
SID. See system identifiers (SID).
silent mode
about, B.4
reasons for using, B.4.1
See also response files., B.4
silent mode installation, B.6.2
Software Updates Option, 2.2
SPFILE
see server parameter file, 1.3.3
sqlnet.ora files, 6.12.5
SSH, 3.5.1.1
Standard Edition of Oracle Database
supported storage options, 1.3.3
storage options
for Enterprise Edition installations, 1.3.3
for Oracle RAC, 1.3
for Standard Edition installations, 1.3.3
supported options, 1.3.2, 1.3.3
Summary dialog, 3.7
support for
installation
and globalization, 1.1.12
SYS user
password requirements, 2.9
sysasm privilege
storage tasks requiring, 3.5.2.3
system identifier (SID)
selecting, 2.8
system privileges
understanding, 6.2
SYSTEM tablespace
description, 6.7.1
SYSTEM user
password requirements, 2.9

T

tablespaces
and DBCA, 6.7.1
EXAMPLE, 6.7.1
expanding for large sorts, 6.7.1
SYSTEM, 6.7.1
TEMP, 6.7.1
undo tablespaces for automatic undo management, 6.7.1
USERS, 6.7.1
TEMP tablespace
described, 6.7.1
time zone version files, 1.4.3
TNS_ADMIN
and the listener.ora file, 6.10.6, 6.12.4.1
tnsnames.ora file, 6.12.2
default configuration, 6.12.2
tnsnames.ora files
and VIP addresses, 6.10.4.2
Transaction Processing
database configuration type, 2.7
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
irrecoverable errors, A.1.5.2
log file, 2, A.1.4
node is unreachable, A.1.1
PRKP-1001
Error starting instance, A.1.1
reviewing a log file, A.1.4
time stamp in the future, A.1.1
X server, A.1.1
YPBINDPROC_DOMAIN
Domain not bound, A.1.1
Typical installation type, 2.6

U

undo management, 6.8
upgrade, 1.1.10, 1.1.10
of existing Oracle Databases, 3.3
of listener, 3.3
of Oracle Database with patch, D.3.1
Oracle Clusterware version requirement for, 1.1.10
TIMESTAMP WITH TIME ZONE data, 1.4.3
upgrades
and SCANs, 6.10.5
and using same Oracle home, 1.1.10
of existing Oracle databases, 2.3
stopping processes, 1.6
user accounts
postinstallation setup, 4.2.3
user authentication, 6.12.5
USERS tablespace
described, 6.7.1

V

VIP addresses, 6.10.4.2

W

web browsers
supported with Oracle Application Express, 1.2.4.2
supported with Oracle Enterprise Manager, 1.2.4.2