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12c Release 1 (12.1) for Oracle Solaris

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Numerics

32-bit and 64-bit
software versions in the same cluster stack not supported, 2.2
32-bit platforms
no longer supported, 2.4.1
64-bit
checking system architecture, 2.1

A

ACFS. See Oracle ACFS.
ACFS-9427, A.11
ACFS-9428, A.11
and Fixup script feature, 3.4
architecture
checking system architecture, 2.1
ASM
characteristics of failure groups, 6.4.1.1, 6.4.2.1
failure groups
examples, 6.4.1.1, 6.4.2.1
identifying, 6.4.1.1, 6.4.2.1
space required for Oracle Clusterware files, 6.4.1.1
space required for preconfigured database, 6.4.1.1
storage option for data files, 6.1.3
storing Oracle Clusterware files on, 6.1.1
ASMCA
Used to create disk groups for older Oracle Database releases on Oracle ASM, 8.3.3
ASMSNMP, 1.1.3
Automatic Storage Management Cluster File System. See Oracle ACFS.
Automatic Storage Management. See Oracle ASM.

B

Bash shell
default user startup file, 5.2.2
.bash_profile file, 5.2.2
binaries
relinking, 8.4
block device
device name on Solaris, 6.4.1.4
block devices
creating permissions file for Oracle Clusterware files, 6.4.1.4
unsupported for direct storage, 6.1.1
BMC
configuring, 5.4.3
BMC interface
preinstallation tasks, 5.4
bonded addresses
must use same IP protocol, 4.4
Bourne shell
default user startup file, 5.2.2

C

C shell
default user startup file, 5.2.2
central inventory, 5.1.8.1
about, D.1.3
local on each cluster member node, 5.1.1
central inventory. See also Oracle Inventory group
changing host names, D.2.1
character device
device name on Solaris, 6.4.1.4
checkdir error, 8.4
CHM. See Cluster Health Monitor
chmod command, 6.3.8
chown command, 6.3.8
clients
connecting to SCANs, D.2.5
cloning
cloning a Grid home to other nodes, 7.2
cluster configuration file, 7.1.2
cluster file system
storage option for data files, 6.1.3
Cluster Health Monitor
enhancements for, Preface
cluster name, 1.1.3
requirements for, 1.1.3
cluster nodes
private network node interfaces, 1.1.3
private node names, D.2.5
public network node names and addresses, 1.1.3
public node names, 7.1.1
specifying uids and gids, 5.1.9.7
virtual node names, 1.1.3, D.2.3
Cluster Time Synchronization Service, 3.16
Cluster Verification Utility
Fixup scripts, 3.4
user equivalency troubleshooting, A.4
clusterware
requirements for third party clusterware, 1.1.3
commands, 5.2.2
asmca, 6.4.3, 7.1.1, 7.1.1, 8.2.3.2, B.9
asmcmd, 5.1.3.1
chmod, 6.3.8
chown, 6.3.8
crsctl, 7.3, 8.3.5, B.4, B.9.1
df, 2.1, 2.3
env, 5.2.2
fdisk, 6.4.1.4
groupadd, 5.1.9.7
id, 5.1.9.7
ipmitool, 5.4.3.2
mkdir, 6.3.8
nscd, 3.12
passwd, 5.1.9.7
ping, 4.2
rootcrs.pl, 8.4
and deconfig option, 9.5
rootupgrade.sh, B.4
sqlplus, 5.1.3.1
srvctl, B.4
umask, 5.2.1
unset, B.5.1
useradd, 5.1.3.3, 5.1.9.6.3, 5.1.9.7
xterm, 3.5, 3.5
configuring kernel parameters, E.2
configuring projects, E.2
cron jobs, 1.1.6, A.6
ctsdd, 3.16
custom database
failure groups for ASM, 6.4.1.1, 6.4.2.1
requirements when using ASM, 6.4.1.1
Custom installation type
reasons for choosing, 5.1.8.2

D

data files
creating separate directories for, 6.3.7, 6.3.8
setting permissions on data file directories, 6.3.8
storage options, 6.1.3
data loss
minimizing with ASM, 6.4.1.1, 6.4.2.1
database files
supported storage options, 6.1.1
databases
ASM requirements, 6.4.1.1
dba group. See OSDBA group
DBCA
no longer used for Oracle ASM disk group administration, 8.3.3
Used to create server pools for earlier Oracle Database releases, 8.3.2
dbca.rsp file, C.2.1
default file mode creation mask
setting, 5.2.1
deinstall, 9.1
deinstallation, 9.1
Deinstallation tool
about, 9.6.1
example, 9.6.2
previous grid home, 9.6.1.1
Restriction for Oracle Flex Clusters and -lastnode flag, 9.5
roothas.pl, 9.6.1
deinstalling previous grid home, 9.6.1.1
device names
on Solaris, 6.4.1.4
df command, 2.1, 2.3, 5.2.2
Direct NFS
disabling, 6.3.9, 6.3.9
enabling, 6.3.5, 6.3.5
minimum write size value for, 6.2.4.3
Direct NFS Client
for data files, 6.2.4
directory
creating separate data file directories, 6.3.7, 6.3.8
permission for data file directories, 6.3.8
disk group
Oracle ASM, 6.4.1.1
recommendations for Oracle ASM disk groups, 6.4.1.1
disk groups
recommendations for, 6.4.1.1
disk space
checking, 2.1
requirements for preconfigured database in ASM, 6.4.1.1
disks
checking availability for raw devices on Solaris, 6.4.1.4
device names on Solaris, 6.4.1.4
DISPLAY environment variable
setting, 5.2.2

E

emulator
installing from X emulator, 3.5, 3.5
enterprise.rsp file, C.2.1
env command, 5.2.2
environment
checking settings, 5.2.2
configuring for Oracle user, 5.2
environment variables
DISPLAY, 5.2.2
ORACLE_BASE, 5.2.2
ORACLE_HOME, 5.1.3.1, 5.2.2, B.5.1
ORACLE_SID, 5.2.2, B.5.1
removing from shell startup file, 5.2.2
SHELL, 5.2.2
TEMP and TMPDIR, 2.1, 2.3, 5.2.2
ephemeral ports
setting manually, E.4
errors
X11 forwarding, 5.2.4, E.1.3
errors using Opatch, 8.4
Exadata
relinking binaries example for, 8.4
examples
ASM failure groups, 6.4.1.1, 6.4.2.1

F

failure group
characteristics of ASM failure group, 6.4.1.1, 6.4.2.1
examples of ASM failure groups, 6.4.1.1, 6.4.2.1
Oracle ASM, 6.4.1.1
fencing
and IPMI, 1.1.1, 5.4
file mode creation mask
setting, 5.2.1
file system
storage option for data files, 6.1.3
file systems, 6.1.6
files
.bash_profile, 5.2.2
dbca.rsp, C.2.1
editing shell startup file, 5.2.2
enterprise.rsp, C.2.1
.login, 5.2.2
oraInst.loc, 5.1.1
.profile, 5.2.2
response files, C.2
filesets, 3.6, 3.7.2, 3.8.1, 3.8.2
Fixup script, 3.4
For GNS without zone delegation, 4.5.1
format command, 6.4.1.4

G

getconf command, 2.1
GFS, 6.1.6
gid
identifying existing, 5.1.9.7
specifying, 5.1.9.7
specifying on other nodes, 5.1.9.7
GID changes for existing install owners unsupported, 5.1.3.3
globalization
support for, 1.1.6
GNS
about, 4.5.3
GNS client clusters
and GNS client data file, 4.5.4.4
GNS client data file required for installation, 4.5.4.1
name resolution for, 4.5.4.1
GNS client data file
how to create, 4.5.4.4
GNS virtual IP address, 1.1.3
GPFS, 6.1.6
grid home
unlocking, 8.4
Grid home
and Oracle base restriction, 5.1.5
disk space for, 1.1.1, 2.3
Grid Infrastructure Management Repository, Preface, 1.1.6
about, 6.2.1
grid naming service. See GNS
Grid user, 5.1.8.1
grid_install.rsp file, C.2.1
group IDs
identifying existing, 5.1.9.7
specifying, 5.1.9.7
specifying on other nodes, 5.1.9.7
groups
checking for existing OINSTALL group, 5.1.1, 5.1.1
creating identical groups on other nodes, 5.1.9.7, 5.1.9.7
creating the Oracle ASM group, 5.1.9.3, 5.1.9.3
creating the OSDBA for ASM group, 5.1.9.5
creating the OSDBA group, 5.1.9.1
OINSTALL, 5.1.1, 5.1.2
OSASM (asmadmin), 5.1.8.4
OSBACKUPDBA (backupdba), 5.1.8.3
OSDBA (dba), 5.1.8.2
OSDBA for ASM (asmdba), 5.1.8.4
OSDBA group (dba), 5.1.8.2
OSDGDBA (dgdba), 5.1.8.3
OSKMDBA (kmdba), 5.1.8.3
OSOPER (oper), 5.1.8.2
OSOPER for ASM (asmoper), 5.1.8.4
required for Oracle Software Owner users, 5.1.8.1
specifying when creating users, 5.1.9.7, 5.1.9.7
using NIS, 5.1.7, 5.1.9.7

H

HAIP
troubleshooting, A.8.3
high availability IP addresses, 4.3
host names
changing, D.2.1
legal host names, 1.1.3
Hub Nodes, 4.6, D.4, D.4
names and addresses for, 1.1.3

I

id command, 5.1.9.7
inaccessible nodes
upgrading, B.8.3
INS-32026 error, 5.1.5
installation
and cron jobs, 1.1.6
and globalization, 1.1.6
cloning a Grid infrastructure installation to other nodes, 7.2
response files, C.2
preparing, C.2, C.2.2
templates, C.2
silent mode, C.3
using cluster configuration file, 7.1.2
installation types
and ASM, 6.4.1.1
instfix command, 3.14
interconnect, 1.1.3
interfaces, 1.1.3
requirements for private interconnect, D.2.2
intermittent hangs
and socket files, 7.3
IOServers
about, D.4
IP protocol
and redundant interfaces, 4.4
IPMI
addresses not configurable by GNS, 5.4.2
preinstallation tasks, 5.4
preparing for installation, 1.1.1
required postinstallation configuration, 8.2.1
IPv4 requirements, 4.4
IPv6 requirements, 4.4
IPv6 support
about, Preface
isainfo command, 2.1

J

Java
font package requirements for Solaris, 3.7.2
JDK
font packages required on Solaris, 3.7.2
JDK requirements, 3.6
job role separation users, 5.1.8.1

K

kernel parameters
configuring, E.2
kernel resources
configuring, E.2
Korn shell
default user startup file, 5.2.2

L

Leaf Nodes, 4.6, D.4
legal host names, 1.1.3
log file
how to access during installation, 7.1.1
.login file, 5.2.2
LVM
identifying available disks on Solaris, 6.4.1.4
recommendations for Oracle ASM, 6.4.1.1

M

mask
setting default file mode creation mask, 5.2.1
mixed binaries, 3.6
mkdir command, 6.3.8
mode
setting default file mode creation mask, 5.2.1
multiple oracle homes, 6.3.8
multiple Oracle homes, 5.1.3.1
My Oracle Support, 8.1

N

Name Service Cache Daemon
enabling, 3.12
Net Configuration Assistant (NetCA)
response files, C.4
running at command prompt, C.4
netca, 7.1.1
netca.rsp file, C.2.1
Network Information Services. See NIS
network port ranges, E.4
networks
for Oracle Flex Clusters, 4.6, D.4
IP protocol requirements for, 4.4
Oracle Flex ASM, 1.1.3, 4.6, D.4
NFS, 6.1.6, 6.3.2
and data files, 6.2.5
and Oracle Clusterware files, 6.2.1, 6.2.1
buffer size parameters for, 6.3.1, 6.3.3
Direct NFS Client, 6.2.4
for data files, 6.2.5
rsize, 6.3.2
NIS
alternative to local users and groups, 5.1.7
noninteractive mode. See response file mode

O

OCR. See Oracle Cluster Registry
OINSTALL group
about, D.1.3
and oraInst.loc, 5.1.1
checking for existing, 5.1.1
creating on other nodes, 5.1.9.7
creating the oraInventory group, 5.1.2
system privileges granted by, 5.1.2, 5.1.3.1
OINSTALL group. See also Oracle Inventory group
Opatch, 8.4
operating system
checking version of Solaris, 3.11
different on cluster members, 3.6
limitation for Oracle ACFS, D.5.1
requirements, 3.6
operating system authentication for system privileges, 5.1.8.2
operating system privileges groups, 5.1.8.2
operating system requirements, 3.7.2, 3.8.1, 3.8.2
optimal flexible architecture
and oraInventory directory, D.1.4
Oracle ACFS
about, D.5.1
Installing Oracle RAC binaries not supported on Oracle Flex Cluster, 6.1.2.2
Oracle ASM
creating the OSDBA for ASM group, 5.1.9.5
disk groups, 6.4.1.1
failure groups, 6.4.1.1
installation as part of Oracle Grid Infrastructure installation, Preface
OSASM for ASM administrator, 5.1.8.4
OSDBA for ASM group, 5.1.8.4
OSOPER for ASM group, 5.1.8.4
recommendations for disk groups, 6.4.1.1
Oracle ASM clients, 4.6
Oracle ASM group
creating, 5.1.9.3
Oracle base directory
Grid home must not be in an Oracle Database Oracle base, 5.1.5
Grid homes not permitted under, D.1.1
minimum disk space for, 1.1.1, 2.3
requirements for Oracle Grid Infrastructure, D.1.6
Oracle Cluster Registry
configuration of, 1.1.5
mirroring, 6.2.1, 6.2.1
partition sizes, 6.2.1
permissions file to own block device partitions, 6.4.1.4
supported storage options, 6.1.1
Oracle Clusterware
and file systems, 6.1.6
installation as part of Oracle Grid Infrastructure installation, Preface
installing, 7
supported storage options for, 6.1.1
upgrading, 6.2.1
Oracle Clusterware files
ASM disk space requirements, 6.4.1.1
Oracle Clusterware Installation Guide
replaced by Oracle Grid Infrastructure Installation Guide, 7
Oracle Database
creating data file directories, 6.3.7, 6.3.8
data file storage options, 6.1.3
privileged groups, 5.1.8.2
requirements with ASM, 6.4.1.1
Oracle Database Configuration Assistant
response file, C.2.1
Oracle Disk Manager
and Direct NFS, 6.3.5
Oracle Flex ASM
about, D.4
and Oracle ASM clients, 1.1.3, 4.6, D.4
networks, 1.1.3, 4.6, D.4
Oracle Flex Clusters
about, Preface
and Hub Nodes, 8.3.2, D.4
and IOServers, D.4
and Leaf Nodes, 8.3.2
and Oracle Flex ASM, 4.6, D.4
restrictions for Oracle ACFS, 6.1.2.2
Oracle Grid Infrastructure owner (grid), 5.1.8.1
Oracle Grid Infrastructure response file, C.2.1
oracle home
multiple oracle homes, 6.3.8
Oracle home
and asmcmd errors, 5.1.3.1
ASCII path restriction for, 1.1.2
multiple Oracle homes, 5.1.3.1
Oracle Inventory group
about, D.1.3
checking for existing, 5.1.1
creating, 5.1.2
creating on other nodes, 5.1.9.7
oraInst.loc file and, 5.1.1
Oracle Net Configuration Assistant
response file, C.2.1
Oracle patch updates, 8.1
Oracle Software Owner users
configuring environment for, 5.2
creating, 5.1.3, 5.1.3.2, 5.1.9.6, 5.1.9.6.2
creating on other nodes, 5.1.9.7
description, 5.1.8.1
determining default shell, 5.2.2
required group membership, 5.1.8.1
Oracle Solaris
installing, 3.1
Oracle Solaris Automated Installer, 3.1
Oracle Solaris Cluster interfaces
restrictions for, 3.10
Oracle Solaris Containers, 3.10
Oracle Universal Installer
response files
list of, C.2.1
Oracle Upgrade Companion, 3.2.1
Oracle user
configuring environment for, 5.2
creating, 5.1.3, 5.1.3.2, 5.1.3.3, 5.1.9.6, 5.1.9.6.2, 5.1.9.6.3
creating on other nodes, 5.1.9.7
description, 5.1.8.1
determining default shell, 5.2.2
required group membership, 5.1.8.1
Oracle user. See also Oracle Software Owner users
ORACLE_BASE environment variable
removing from shell startup file, 5.2.2
ORACLE_HOME environment variable
removing from shell startup file, 5.2.2
ORACLE_SID environment variable
removing from shell startup file, 5.2.2
oraInst.loc
and central inventory, 5.1.1
contents of, 5.1.1
oraInst.loc file
location, 5.1.1
location of, 5.1.1
oraInventory, 5.1.8.1
about, D.1.3
creating, 5.1.2
oraInventory. See also Oracle Inventory group
OSASM group, 5.1.8.4
about, 5.1.8.4
creating, 5.1.9.3
OSBACKUPDBA group (backupdba), 5.1.8.3
OSDBA for ASM group, 5.1.8.4
about, 5.1.8.4
OSDBA group
and SYSDBA system privileges, 5.1.8.2
creating, 5.1.9.1
creating on other nodes, 5.1.9.7, 5.1.9.7
description, 5.1.8.2
OSDBA group for ASM
creating, 5.1.9.5
OSDGDBA group (dgdba), 5.1.8.3
OSKMDBA group (kmdba), 5.1.8.3
OSOPER for ASM group, 5.1.8.4
about, 5.1.8.4
creating, 5.1.9.4
OSOPER group
and SYSOPER system privileges, 5.1.8.2
creating, 5.1.9.2
creating on other nodes, 5.1.9.7, 5.1.9.7
description, 5.1.8.2
OUI, 3.4

P

packages
checking on Solaris, 3.11
partition
using with Oracle ASM, 6.4.1.1
passwd command, 5.1.9.7
patch updates
download, 8.1
install, 8.1
My Oracle Support, 8.1
patchadd command, 3.14
patches
download location for Solaris, 3.14
PC X server
installing from, 3.5, 3.5
permissions
for data file directories, 6.3.8
pkginfo command, 3.11
policy-managed databases
and SCANs, D.2.5
postinstallation
patch download and install, 8.1
preconfigured database
ASM disk space requirements, 6.4.1.1
requirements when using ASM, 6.4.1.1
primary host name, 1.1.3
privileged groups
for Oracle Database, 5.1.8.2
process.max-sem-nsems
recommended value for Solaris, E.2.1
processor
checking system architecture, 2.1
.profile file, 5.2.2
project.max-sem-ids
recommended value for Solaris, E.2.1
project.max-shm-ids
recommended value for Solaris, E.2.1
project.max-shm-memory
recommended value for Solaris, E.2.1
projects
configuring, E.2
public node name
and primary host name, 1.1.3

R

RAID
and mirroring Oracle Cluster Registry and voting disk, 6.2.1
and mirroring Oracle Cluster Registry and voting file, 6.2.1
recommended Oracle ASM redundancy level, 6.4.1.1
raw devices
block and character device names on Solaris, 6.4.1.4
checking disk availability on Solaris, 6.4.1.4
creating partitions for ASM disk groups, 6.4.1.4
identifying disks on Solaris, 6.4.1.4
unsupported, 6.1.1
upgrading existing partitions, 6.2.1
recommendations
client access to the cluster, 8.2.4
recovery files
supported storage options, 6.1.1
redundancy level
and space requirements for preconfigured database, 6.4.1.1
Redundant Interconnect Usage, 4.3
redundant interfaces
must use same IP protocol, 4.4
relinking Oracle Grid Infrastructure home binaries, 8.4, 9.3, 9.4
requirements, 6.4.1.1
resource control
process.max-sem-nsems, E.2.1
project.max-sem-ids, E.2.1
project.max-shm-ids, E.2.1
project.max-shm-memory, E.2.1
resource limits, 5.2.3
response file installation
preparing, C.2
response files
templates, C.2
silent mode, C.3
response file mode
about, C.1
reasons for using, C.1.1
See also response files, silent mode, C.1
response files
about, C.1
creating with template, C.2.1
dbca.rsp, C.2.1
enterprise.rsp, C.2.1
general procedure, C.1.2
grid_install.rsp, C.2.1
Net Configuration Assistant, C.4
netca.rsp, C.2.1
passing values at command line, C.1
specifying with Oracle Universal Installer, C.3
response files.See also silent mode
root user
logging in as, 3.5
rootcrs.pl
restriction for Oracle Flex Cluster deinstallation, 9.5
roothas.pl, 9.6.1
root.sh, 7.1.1
rsize parameter, 6.3.2
run level, 2.2

S

SCAN address, 1.1.3
SCAN listener, D.2.5
SCANs, 1.1.3, 4.5.5
client access, 8.2.4
configuring, 1.1.3
description, 8.2.4
understanding, D.2.5
use of SCANs required for clients of policy-managed databases, D.2.5
security
dividing ownership of Oracle software, 5.1.7
shared memory
on Solaris, E.2.2
shell
determining default shell for Oracle user, 5.2.2
SHELL environment variable
checking value of, 5.2.2
shell startup file
editing, 5.2.2
removing environment variables, 5.2.2
silent mode
about, C.1
reasons for using, C.1.1
See also response files., C.1
silent mode installation, C.3
single client access names. See SCANs
software requirements, 3.6
checking software requirements, 3.11
software requirements for Solaris 10 on SPARC, 3.7.2
software requirements for Solaris 10 on x86, 3.8.2
software requirements for Solaris 11 on x86, 3.8.1
Solaris
block and character device names, 6.4.1.4
checking disk availability for raw devices, 6.4.1.4
checking version, 3.11
font packages for Java, 3.7.2
identifying disks for LVM, 6.4.1.4
patch download location, 3.14
Solaris Container, 3.10
ssh
and X11 Forwarding, 5.2.4
automatic configuration from OUI, 3.17
configuring, E.1
when used, 3.17
Standard cluster
upgrades result in, B.4, B.4
startup file
for shell, 5.2.2
stty
suppressing to prevent installation errors, 5.2.5
supported storage options
Oracle Clusterware, 6.1.1
suppressed mode
reasons for using, C.1.1
SYSASM system privileges, 5.1.8.4
SYSBACKUPDBA system privileges, 5.1.8.3
SYSDBA for ASM system privileges, 5.1.8.4
SYSDBA system privileges
associated group, 5.1.8.2
SYSDGDBA system privileges, 5.1.8.3
SYSKMDBA system privileges, 5.1.8.3
SYSOPER for ASM system privileges, 5.1.8.4
SYSOPER system privileges
associated group, 5.1.8.2
system architecture
checking, 2.1
system privileges
SYSASM, 5.1.8.4
SYSBACKUPDBA, 5.1.8.3
SYSDBA, 5.1.8.2
SYSDBA for ASM, 5.1.8.4, 5.1.8.4
SYSDGDBA, 5.1.8.3
SYSKMDBA, 5.1.8.3
SYSOPER, 5.1.8.2
SYSOPER for ASM, 5.1.8.4

T

TCP ephemeral ports, E.2.1, E.4
TEMP environment variable, 2.1, 2.3
setting, 5.2.2
terminal output commands
suppressing for Oracle installation owner accounts, 5.2.5
third party multicast DNS
restrictions, 4.5.3
TMPDIR environment variable, 2.1, 2.3
setting, 5.2.2
troubleshooting
ACFS-9427, A.11
ACFS-9428, A.11
and deinstalling, 9.1
asmcmd errors and Oracle home, 5.1.3.1
automatic SSH configuration from OUI, 3.17, 5.1.3.1
could not find the resource type, A.8.3
disk space errors, 1.1.2
DISPLAY errors, 5.2.4
environment path errors, 1.1.2
error messages, A.2
garbage strings in script inputs found in log files, 5.2.5
GID, 5.1.3.3
HAIP, A.8.3
installation owner environment variables and installation errors, B.5.2
intermittent hangs, 7.3
log file, 7.1.1
nfs mounts, 3.12
Oracle Solaris Cluster interfaces, 3.10
permissions errors and oraInventory, D.1.3
public network failures, 3.12
root.sh errors, 9.5
run level error, 2.2
SQLPlus errors and Oracle home, 5.1.3.1
ssh, E.1.1
ssh configuration failure, E.1.2.1
ssh errors, 5.2.5
SSH timeouts, A.2
stty errors, 5.2.5
UID, 5.1.3.3
unconfiguring Oracle Clusterware to fix causes of root.sh errors, 9.5
unexplained installation errors, 1.1.6, A.6
user equivalency, A.4, E.1.1
user equivalency error due to different user or group IDs, 5.1.3.3, 5.1.9.6.2
user equivalency errors, 5.1.2, D.1.4
user equivalency issues, 5.1.3.3
X11 forwarding error, 5.2.4
Troubleshooting
DBCA does not recognize Oracle ASM disk size and fails to create disk groups, 8.3.3

U

UDP ephemeral ports, E.2.1, E.4
uid
identifying existing, 5.1.9.7
specifying, 5.1.9.7
specifying on other nodes, 5.1.9.7
UID changes for existing install owners unsupported, 5.1.3.3
umask, 5.2.2
umask command, 5.2.1, 5.2.2
uname command, 3.11
unconfiguring Oracle Clusterware, 9.5
uninstall, 9.1
uninstalling, 9.1
UNIX commands
format, 6.4.1.4
getconf, 2.1
instfix, 3.14
isainfo, 2.1
patchadd, 3.14
pkginfo, 3.11
uname, 3.11
xhost, 3.5
UNIX workstation
installing from, 3.5
unreachable nodes
upgrading, B.8.3
unset installation owners environment variables, B.5.2
upgrade
unsetting environment variables for, B.5.1
upgrades, 3.2.1
and Leaf Nodes, B.4, B.4
and SCANs, D.2.5
of Oracle ASM, B.9
restrictions for, B.4
shared Oracle Clusterware home to local Grid homes, D.1.1
upgrading
and OCR partition sizes, 6.2.1
and voting files partition sizes, 6.2.1
inaccessible nodes, B.8.3
user equivalence
testing, A.4
user equivalency errors
groups and users, 5.1.3.3, 5.1.9.6.2
user IDs
identifying existing, 5.1.9.7
specifying, 5.1.9.7
specifying on other nodes, 5.1.9.7
useradd command, 5.1.3.3, 5.1.9.6.3, 5.1.9.7
users
creating identical users on other nodes, 5.1.9.7, 5.1.9.7
creating the Grid user, 5.1.3, 5.1.3
creating the Oracle user, 5.1.3.2, 5.1.3.2, 5.1.9.6, 5.1.9.6, 5.1.9.6.2, 5.1.9.6.2
Oracle Software Owner users, 5.1.8.1
specifying groups when creating, 5.1.9.7, 5.1.9.7
using NIS, 5.1.7, 5.1.9.7

V

vendor clusterware
and cluster names for Oracle Grid Infrastructure, 1.1.3
voting disks
mirroring, 6.2.1
supported storage options, 6.1.1
voting files
configuration of, 1.1.5
mirroring, 6.2.1
partition sizes, 6.2.1

W

wsize parameter, 6.3.2
wtmax, 6.2.4.3
minimum value for Direct NFS, 6.2.4.3

X

X emulator
installing from, 3.5, 3.5
X window system
enabling remote hosts, 3.5, 3.5, 3.5
X11 forwarding errors, 5.2.4, E.1.3
xhost command, 3.5
xterm command, 3.5, 3.5
xtitle
suppressing to prevent installation errors, 5.2.5

Z

zone clusters, 3.10
zones, 3.10