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Oracle® Universal Installer and OPatch User's Guide
11g Release 2 (11.2) for Windows and UNIX

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A

ACCEPT_LICENSE_AGREEMENT parameter, 3.4.4
adding nodes, 1.4.6
all node patching, 7.9.1
APPLTOP_STAGE parameter in ORAPARAM.INI, 4.2.2, 4.2.2
Apply command
for OUI-based homes, 7.5.1
for standalone OPatch, 7.6.3.1
patch conflict behavior, 7.10.2
ARU_IDs for platforms, 2.7.1.3.2
attaching Oracle homes, 1.4.7.1

B

background processes
clusterware, 5.7.3
Oracle Clusterware, 5.8.3
BOOTSTRAP parameter in ORAPARAM.INI, 4.2.2
BOOTSTRAP_SIZE parameter in ORAPARAM.INI, 4.2.2

C

Cache Fusion, 5.2.2, 5.8.1
Central Inventory, 2.7.1.2
creating, 2.7.2
detaching homes from the Central Inventory, 2.7.3
inventory file, 2.7.1.2.1
logs directory, 2.7.1.2.2
recovering from corruption, 2.7.9.1
removing, 2.7.3.2
on UNIX platforms, 2.7.3.2.1
on Windows platforms, 2.7.3.2.2
using session variables, 2.7.2.1
verifying the operation, 2.7.2.2
Central Inventory pointer file, 2.7.1.1
changing primary Oracle home, 2.8
cloning
about, 6.1
cloning phase, 6.2.2
considerations, 4.4.4
description of process, 1.4.3
log files, 6.3
overview, 6.2
source preparation phase, 6.2.1
cluster
adding more nodes, 5.9
availability checking, 5.10.2
creating clusterware home directory, 5.4.10
deinstallation, 5.10.5, 5.15
on UNIX, 5.15.1
on Windows, 5.15.2
detection, 5.10.1
hardware requirements, 5.2.1
installation, 5.10, 5.10.3
command line options, 5.11
in silent mode, 5.10.4
product software, 5.10
OPatch prerequisites, 7.3.2
patching
all node patching, 7.9.1
minimum downtime patching, 7.9.3
rolling patching, 7.9.2
patchsets and upgrades, 5.13
setup and pre-install config tasks
UNIX, 5.4
Windows, 5.5
software requirements, 5.2.2
SSH configuration, 5.4.2.2
system installation requirements, 5.2
troubleshooting, 5.17
updating nodes, 2.7.10.1
Cluster File System (CFS), 5.10.3
CLUSTER_NODES parameter, 3.4.4
clusterware, 5.1.1, 5.7.2
background processes, 5.7.3, 5.8.3
creating
home directory, 5.4.10
deinstallation, 5.15.3
installation on UNIX, 5.7
installing with OUI, 5.8.1
in silent mode, 5.8.2
Oracle Clusterware
home directory, 5.4.8.3
storage, 5.6
stty commands, 5.4.2.2.3
troubleshooting, 5.17
command line arguments for OUI, 4.4.2
components file
sample, D.3
third-party applications and, 2.7.1.3.1
creating
Oracle home, 2.3
required UNIX groups and users, 5.4.2

D

debugging
automated inventory backups, B.1.2
central inventory backup, B.1.2.1
installation log, B.1.1
mechanisms, B.1
Oracle Universal Installer errors, B.2
DECLINE_SECURITY_UPDATES, 3.4.4
default Oracle home, determining, 2.5
DEFAULT_HOME_LOCATION parameter in ORAPARAM.INI, 4.2.2
DEFAULT_HOME_NAME parameter in ORAPARAM.INI, 4.2.2
DEINSTALL_LIST parameter, 3.4.4
deinstallation
cluster, 5.10.5
description of process, 1.4.2
Oracle Clusterware, 5.15.3
Oracle products, 4.3
Real Application Clusters software, 5.15
on UNIX, 5.15.1
on Windows, 5.15.2
DEPENDENCY_LIST parameter, 3.4.4
detaching homes from the Central Inventory, 2.7.3
using optional flags, 2.7.3.1
detaching Oracle homes, 1.4.7.2
diagnosing inventory corruption, 2.7.9.1, 2.7.9.2
diagnosing Oracle RAC inventory corruption, 2.7.10.2
directory structure
for UNIX, 2.8.4
for Windows, 2.8.3
disk space requirements, 1.1, 1.1
DISTRIBUTION parameter in ORAPARAM.INI, 4.2.2

E

errors
exceptions from action libraries, B.2
failed to connect to server error, 4.2.5.1
incomplete stage and missing files in file groups, B.2
out of "temp" space, B.2
UNCAUGHT_RUNTIME exception, B.2
Exceed tool, B.3
exit codes for Oracle Universal Installer, 4.4.3

F

failed to connect to server error, 4.2.5.1
format of response file, 3.4
FROM_LOCATION response file parameter, 3.4.4
FROM_LOCATION_CD_LABEL parameter, 3.4.4

H

help, getting while installing products, 4.2.1
Home Inventory
recovering from corruption, 2.7.9.2
home properties file, 2.7.1.3.2
ARU_IDs for platforms, 2.7.1.3.2
Home Selector, 2.8
changing primary Oracle home, 2.8
function of, 2.8.2
overview, 2.8.1

I

IMAGES section of ORAPARAM.INI, 4.2.2
INCLUDE response file parameter, 3.4.4
INSTALL_TYPE response file parameter, 3.4.4
installation
cluster, 5.10.3
in silent mode, 5.10.4
command line options for cluster, 5.11
description of process, 1.4.1
from staged HTTP location, 4.2.4.3
from the Web, 4.2.4.3
getting help, 4.2.1
media available, 4.2.4
modes, 4.2.3
on a cluster, 5.10
ORAPARAM.INI file, 4.2.2
post tasks for Real Application Clusters, 5.14
backing up disk, 5.14.2
configuring Oracle products, 5.14.4
download and install patches, 5.14.3
verification, 5.14.1
prerequisite checks, 4.1
response file, using, 3.5
TEMP/TMP directory, 4.2.4.2.1
UNIX, special instructions, 4.2.5
installation modes, 1.6
clusters, 1.6.4
interactive, 1.6.1, 4.2.3
silent, 1.6.3, 4.2.3
suppressed, 1.6.2, 4.2.3
installing
Oracle Clusterware, 5.8.1
Oracle Clusterware in silent mode, 5.8.2
Oracle home on multiple nodes, 1.4.6
Oracle products, 4.2
product software on a cluster, 5.10
interim patches, getting, 7.1.2
internationalization
installation dialogs language, 8.1
language add-on, 8.3
product language selections, 8.2
inventory
about, 2.7
backup, 2.7.8
Central Inventory
creating, 2.7.2
detaching homes, 2.7.3
inventory file, 2.7.1.2.1
logs directory, 2.7.1.2.2
recovering from corruption, 2.7.9.1
removing, 2.7.3.2
removing on UNIX platforms, 2.7.3.2.1
removing on Windows platforms, 2.7.3.2.2
using session variables, 2.7.2.1
verifying the operation, 2.7.2.2
Home Inventory, recovering from corruption, 2.7.9.2
operations, 1.4.7
attaching Oracle homes, 1.4.7.1
detaching Oracle homes, 1.4.7.2
updating the node list, 1.4.7.3
Oracle home inventory, 2.7.1.3
ContentsXML folder, 2.7.1.3.3
one-offs folder, 2.7.1.3.3
scripts folder, 2.7.1.3.3
templates folder, 2.7.1.3.3
Oracle RAC Home Inventory, recovering from corruption, 2.7.10.2
pointer file, 2.7.1.1
Real Application Clusters, 2.7.10
structure of, 2.7.1
Oracle home inventory, 2.7.1.3
pointer file, 2.7.1.1
IP address requirements, Windows, 5.5.4.2

J

Java Runtime Environment (JRE), 1.1
JRE, 1.1
JRE_LOCATION parameter in ORAPARAM.INI, 4.2.2
JRE_MEMORY_OPTIONS parameter in ORAPARAM.INI, 4.2.2

L

LICENSE_LOCATION parameter in ORAPARAM.INI, 4.2.2
LICENSE_TITLE parameter in ORAPARAM.INI, 4.2.2
LOCAL_NODE parameter, 3.4.4
LOCATION_FOR_DISK2 parameter, 3.4.4
log files
for Oracle Universal Installer, 4.5
locating and viewing for cloning, 6.3
Lsinventory command
for OUI-based homes, 7.5.4
for standalone OPatch, 7.6.3.2

M

mass deployment, 5.9
memory requirements, 1.1
MetaLink certification information, 5.3
minimum downtime patching, 7.9.3
modes of installation, 1.6, 4.2.3
clusters, 1.6.4
interactive, 1.6.1, 4.2.3
silent, 1.6.3, 4.2.3
suppressed, 1.6.2, 4.2.3
multi-CD support, response file, 3.4.4
multiple Oracle homes, 2.6
MYORACLESUPPORT_PASSWORD, 3.4.4
MYORACLESUPPORT_USERNAME, 3.4.4

N

Napply command
for OUI-based homes, 7.5.2
patch conflict behavior, 7.10.2
network
hardware requirements, 5.4.5.1
IP address requirements, 5.4.5.3
node time requirements, 5.4.5.4
parameter requirements, 5.4.5.2
requirements for Windows, 5.5.4
Network File System (NFS), 5.10.3, 5.10.3
NEXT_SESSION response file parameter, 3.4.4
NEXT_SESSION_ON_FAIL parameter, 3.4.4
NEXT_SESSION_RESPONSE parameter, 3.4.4
NLS_ENABLED parameter in ORAPARAM.INI, 4.2.2
NLS_ENABLED variable, 8.1
NO_BROWSE parameter in ORAPARAM.INI, 4.2.2
nodes, adding, 1.4.6
Nrollback command for OUI-based homes, 7.5.7

O

OPatch
additional checks for RAC, 7.3.2
Apply command
for OUI-based homes, 7.5.1
for standalone OPatch, 7.6.3.1
backup and recovery considerations, 7.4
bug conflict, 7.10.1.4
conflict detection and resolution, 7.10.3
conflicts, 7.10
bug conflict, 7.10.1.4
duplicate, 7.10.1.3
file conflict, 7.10.1.5
subset, 7.10.1.2
superset, 7.10.1.1
types, 7.10.1
debugging
logging and tracing, 7.11.1
recovering from failed patching, 7.11.2
resolving application errors, 7.11.3
description, 1.3.2
duplicate conflicts, 7.10.1.3
environment variables, 7.1.3
features, 7.1.1
file conflict, 7.10.1.5
getting interim patches, 7.1.2
Lsinventory command
for OUI-based homes, 7.5.4
for standalone OPatch, 7.6.3.2
Napply command
for OUI-based homes, 7.5.2
Nrollback command for OUI-based homes, 7.5.7
online patching, 7.8
overview, 7.1
prerequisite checks, 7.3
problem resolution, 7.11
Query command
for OUI-based homes, 7.5.5
for standalone OPatch, 7.6.3.3
Real Application Clusters patching
all node patching, 7.9.1
minimum downtime patching, 7.9.3
rolling patching, 7.9.2
requirements, 7.2
Rollback command
for OUI-based homes, 7.5.6
for standalone OPatch, 7.6.3.4
standalone patching, 7.6
inventory operations use cases, 7.6.4.1
patching operations use cases, 7.6.4.2
requirements, 7.6.2
schema patching options, 7.7.1
standalone SQL execution, 7.7.2
unsupported services, 7.6.1
utility for standalone homes, 7.6.3
utility operations use cases, 7.6.4.3
subset conflicts, 7.10.1.2
superset conflicts, 7.10.1.1
troubleshooting
logging and tracing, 7.11.1
recovering from failed patching, 7.11.2
resolving application errors, 7.11.3
types of conflicts, 7.10.1
utility for OUI-based Oracle homes, 7.5
Version command
for OUI-based homes, 7.5.8
for standalone OPatch, 7.6.3.5
OpenSSH, 5.4.2.2, 5.4.2.2
Optimal Flexible Architecture
characteristics of OFA, 2.8.4
directory structure, 2.8.4
Optimal Flexible Architecture (OFA)
ORACLE_BASE directory, 2.8.4.1
ORACLE_HOME directory, 2.8.4.2
optional response file parameters, 3.5.2
OPTIONAL_CONFIG_TOOLS parameter, 3.4.4
Oracle base directory, 5.4.8.1, 5.4.9
Oracle Cluster Registry location option, 5.7.1
Oracle Clusterware
home directory, 5.4.8.3
Oracle Diagnostic Logging (ODL) guidelines, 7.11.1.2
Oracle home directory, 5.4.8.4
Oracle home inventory
ARU_IDs for platforms, 2.7.1.3.2
components file (comps.xml), 2.7.1.3.1
home properties file, 2.7.1.3.2
Oracle homes
attaching, 1.4.7.1
changing with Home Selector, 2.8
creating, 2.3
default homes, 2.5
description, 1.5.2
detaching, 1.4.7.2
detaching homes from the Central Inventory, 2.7.3
directory structure
UNIX, 2.8.4
Windows, 2.8.3
introduction, 2.1
multiple homes, support of, 2.6
removing, 2.4
target home, definition, 2.6.1
Oracle Inventory directory (oraInventory), 5.4.8.2
Oracle Inventory group and UNIX, 5.4.2
Oracle MetaLink certification information, 5.3
Oracle RAC Home Inventory
recovering from corruption, 2.7.10.2
ORACLE section of ORAPARAM.INI, 4.2.2
Oracle Universal Installer
attaching Oracle homes, 1.4.7.1
Central Inventory, 2.7.1.2
cloning, 4.4.4
command line arguments, 4.4.2
description, 1.3.1
detaching Oracle homes, 1.4.7.2
exit codes, 4.4.3
installation modes, 1.6
inventory, 2.7
description, 1.5.1
operations, 1.4.7
inventory structure, 2.7.1
Oracle home inventory, 2.7.1.3
pointer file, 2.7.1.1
log files, 4.5
Oracle home description, 1.5.2
running, 4.4
starting, 4.4.1
system requirements, 1.1
updating node list, 1.4.7.3
XML format, 2.7
ORACLE_BASE, 2.5
ORACLE_BASE directory, 2.8.4.1
ORACLE_BASE response file parameter, 3.4.4
ORACLE_HOME directory, 2.8.4.2
ORACLE_HOME response file parameter, 3.4.4
ORAPARAM.INI file
APPLTOP_STAGE parameter, 4.2.2
BOOTSTRAP parameter, 4.2.2
BOOTSTRAP_SIZE parameter, 4.2.2
DEFAULT_HOME_LOCATION, 4.2.2
DEFAULT_HOME_NAME parameter, 4.2.2
description, 4.2.2
DISTRIBUTION parameter, 4.2.2
IMAGES section, 4.2.2
JRE_LOCATION parameter, 4.2.2
JRE_MEMORY_OPTIONS parameter, 4.2.2
LICENSE_LOCATION parameter, 4.2.2
LICENSE_TITLE parameter, 4.2.2
NLS_ENABLED parameter, 4.2.2
NO_BROWSE parameter, 4.2.2
ORACLE section, 4.2.2
OUI_LOCATION parameter, 4.2.2
OUI_VERSION parameter, 4.2.2
REGISTRATION_KEY, 4.2.2
REGISTRATION_URL, 4.2.2
sample, D.2
SOURCE parameter, 4.2.2
USE_BUILD_NUMBER parameter, 4.2.2
out of "temp" space error, B.2

P

parameters for response file, 3.4.4
patching
additional checks for RAC, 7.3.2
backup and recovery considerations, 7.4
conflict detection and resolution, 7.10.3
conflicts
duplicate, 7.10.1.3
subset, 7.10.1.2
superset, 7.10.1.1
types, 7.10.1
debugging
logging and tracing, 7.11.1
recovering from failed patching, 7.11.2
resolving application errors, 7.11.3
description of process, 1.4.4
environment variables, 7.1.3
getting interim patches, 7.1.2
online, 7.8
OPatch utility for OUI-based Oracle homes, 7.5
prerequisite checks, 7.3
problem resolution, 7.11
Real Application Clusters
all node patching, 7.9.1
minimum downtime patching, 7.9.3
rolling patching, 7.9.2
requirements, 7.2
standalone, 7.6
inventory operations use cases, 7.6.4.1
patching operations use cases, 7.6.4.2
requirements, 7.6.2
schema patching options, 7.7.1
SQL execution, 7.7.2
unsupported services, 7.6.1
utility for standalone homes, 7.6.3
utility operations use cases, 7.6.4.3
troubleshooting
logging and tracing, 7.11.1
recovering from failed patching, 7.11.2
resolving application errors, 7.11.3
patchsets for upgrades, 1.4.5
post installation tasks, Real Application Clusters, 5.14
prerequisite checks
installing products, 4.1
PROXY_HOST, 3.4.4
PROXY_PORT, 3.4.4
PROXY_PWD, 3.4.4
PROXY_USER, 3.4.4

Q

Query command
for OUI-based homes, 7.5.5
for standalone OPatch, 7.6.3.3

R

Real Application Clusters
Cache Fusion, 5.2.2
clusterware, 5.1.1
converting single-instance nodes to, 5.16
creating UNIX groups and users, 5.4.2
hardware requirements, 5.2.1
installed components, 5.1.2
inventory for, 2.7.10
IP address requirements, 5.4.5.3
network
hardware requirements, 5.4.5.1
parameter requirements, 5.4.5.2
node time requirements, 5.4.5.4
Oracle
base directory, 5.4.8.1, 5.4.9
Clusterware home directory, 5.4.8.3
home directory, 5.4.8.4
inventory directory, 5.4.8.2
patching
all node patching, 7.9.1
minimum downtime patching, 7.9.3
rolling patching, 7.9.2
patchsets and upgrades, 5.13
setup and pre-install config tasks, 5.4
software requirements, 5.2.2
SSH configuration, 5.4.2.2
system installation requirements, 5.2
troubleshooting, 5.17
updating nodes, 2.7.10.1
Real Application Tasks
post installation tasks, 5.14
backing up disk, 5.14.2
configuring Oracle products, 5.14.4
downloading and installing patches, 5.14.3
verification, 5.14.1
recovering from inventory corruption, 2.7.9.1, 2.7.9.2
recovering from Oracle RAC inventory corruption, 2.7.10.2
Reflection X, troubleshooting, B.3
REGISTRATION_KEY parameter in ORAPARAM.INI, 4.2.2
REGISTRATION_URL parameter in ORAPARAM.INI, 4.2.2
REMOTE_NODES parameter, 3.4.4
REMOVE_HOMES parameter, 3.4.4
removing
Central Inventory, 2.7.3.2
on UNIX platforms, 2.7.3.2.1
on Windows platforms, 2.7.3.2.2
Oracle homes, 2.4
requirements
disk space, 1.1, 1.1
JRE, 1.1
memory, 1.1
response file
ACCEPT_LICENSE_AGREEMENT parameter, 3.4.4
CLUSTER_NODES parameter, 3.4.4
DECLINE_SECURITY_UPDATES, 3.4.4
definition, 3.1.2
DEINSTALL_LIST parameter, 3.4.4
DEPENDENCY_LIST parameter, 3.4.4
format, 3.4
FROM_LOCATION response file parameter, 3.4.4
FROM_LOCATION_CD_LABEL parameter, 3.4.4
general format
comments, 3.4.2
headers, 3.4.3
values, 3.4.1
INCLUDE parameter, 3.4.4
INSTALL_TYPE parameter, 3.4.4
installing by using, 3.5
LOCAL_NODE parameter, 3.4.4
location, 3.1.2
LOCATION_FOR_DISK2 parameter, 3.4.4
modifying, 3.2
MYORACLESUPPORT_PASSWORD, 3.4.4
MYORACLESUPPORT_USERNAME, 3.4.4
NEXT_SESSION parameter, 3.4.4
NEXT_SESSION_ON_FAIL parameter, 3.4.4
NEXT_SESSION_RESPONSE parameter, 3.4.4
OPTIONAL_CONFIG_TOOLS parameter, 3.4.4
ORACLE_BASE parameter, 3.4.4
ORACLE_HOME parameter, 3.4.4
parameters, 3.4.4
PROXY_HOST, 3.4.4
PROXY_PORT, 3.4.4
PROXY_PWD, 3.4.4
PROXY_USER, 3.4.4
REMOTE_NODES parameter, 3.4.4
REMOVE_HOMES parameter, 3.4.4
RESPONSEFILE_VERSION parameter, 3.4.4
RESTART_SYSTEM parameter, 3.4.4
sample, D.1
SECURITY_UPDATES_VIA_MYORACLESUPPORT, 3.4.4
SELECTED_LANGUAGES, 3.4.4
setting variables from command line, 3.5.3
SHOW_COMPONENT_LOCATIONS_PAGE parameter, 3.4.4
SHOW_CUSTOM_TREE parameter, 3.4.4
SHOW_DEINSTALL_CONFIRMATION parameter, 3.4.4
SHOW_DEINSTALL_PROGRESS parameter, 3.4.4
SHOW_END_SESSION_PAGE parameter, 3.4.4
SHOW_EXIT_CONFIRMATION parameter, 3.4.4
SHOW_OPTIONAL_CONFIG_TOOL_PAGE, 3.4.4
SHOW_RELEASE_NOTES, 3.4.4
SHOW_ROOTSH_CONFIRMATION parameter, 3.4.4
SHOW_SPLASH_SCREEN parameter, 3.4.4
SHOW_SUMMARY_PAGE parameter, 3.4.4
SHOW_WELCOME_PAGE parameter, 3.4.4
silent installation, 3.1.1
specifying, 3.5.1
value of component variable, 3.5.3.2
value of session variable, 3.5.3.1
TOPLEVEL_COMPONENT parameter, 3.4.4
UNIX_GROUP_NAME parameter, 3.4.4
using, 3.5
variable lookup order, 3.4.1.1
variable values, 3.4.1.1, 3.4.1.3
response file optional parameters, 3.5.2
RESPONSEFILE_VERSION parameter, 3.4.4
RESTART_SYSTEM parameter, 3.4.4
Rollback command
for OUI-based homes, 7.5.6
for standalone OPatch, 7.6.3.4
rolling patching, 7.9.2
RSA key, 5.4.2.2.1
running
in silent mode to install, 5.7.2
OUI after installation, 4.4

S

SECURITY_UPDATES_VIA_MYORACLESUPPORT, 3.4.4
SELECTED_LANGUAGES, 3.4.4
SELECTED_LANGUAGES variable, 8.2
session variables, using to create Central Inventory, 2.7.2.1
setting response file variables, 3.5.3
SHOW_COMPONENT_LOCATIONS_PAGE parameter, 3.4.4
SHOW_CUSTOM_TREE_PAGE parameter, 3.4.4
SHOW_DEINSTALL_CONFIRMATION parameter, 3.4.4
SHOW_DEINSTALL_PROGRESS parameter, 3.4.4
SHOW_END_SESSION_PAGE parameter, 3.4.4
SHOW_EXIT_CONFIRMATION parameter, 3.4.4
SHOW_OPTIONAL_CONFIG_TOOL_PAGE, 3.4.4
SHOW_RELEASE_NOTES, 3.4.4
SHOW_ROOTSH_CONFIRMATION parameter, 3.4.4
SHOW_SPLASH_SCREEN parameter, 3.4.4
SHOW_SUMMARY_PAGE parameter, 3.4.4
SHOW_WELCOME_PAGE parameter, 3.4.4
silent installation
definition, 3.1.1
reasons for performing, 3.1.3
silent mode, installing clusterware, 5.7.2
single-instance nodes, converting to Real Application Clusters, 5.16
SOURCE parameter in ORAPARAM.INI, 4.2.2
specifying
value of component variable, 3.5.3.2
value of session variable, 3.5.3.1
SSH configuration, 5.4.2.2
staged HTTP location, installing from, 4.2.4.3
starting Oracle Universal Installer, 4.4.1
storage, clusterware, 5.6
stty commands, 5.4.2.2.3
system requirements
disk space, 1.1
JRE, 1.1
memory, 1.1

T

Tarantella, troubleshooting, B.3
target home, 2.6.1
TEMP/TMP directory for CD-ROMs, 4.2.4.2.1
third-party applications, components file and, 2.7.1.3.1
TOPLEVEL_COMPONENT parameter, 3.4.4
translation
installation dialogs language, 8.1
language add-on, 8.3
product language selections, 8.2
troubleshooting
automated inventory backups, B.1.2
central inventory backup, B.1.2.1
debugging mechanisms, B.1
Exceed, B.3
installation log, B.1.1
Oracle Universal Installer errors, B.2
Reflection X, B.3
Tarantella, B.3

U

UNIX
creating required groups and users, 5.4.2
directory structure for, 2.8.4
installing Oracle clusterware, 5.7
special installation instructions, 4.2.5
UNIX_GROUP_NAME parameter, 3.4.4
updating
node list, 1.4.7.3
nodes for a cluster, 2.7.10.1
upgrades of products, 1.4.5
USE_BUILD_NUMBER parameter in ORAPARAM.INI, 4.2.2, 4.2.2
user equivalency, 5.4.2.2.2
using optional flags to detach Oracle homes, 2.7.3.1
utilities
actions performed, 1.4
for software deployment, 1.3

V

variable
lookup order, response file, 3.4.1.1
values for response file, 3.4.1.3
variable NLS_ENABLED, 8.1
variable SELECTED_LANGUAGES, 8.2
VD (Voting Disk Location) location option, 5.7.1
verifying the Central Inventory operation, 2.7.2.2
Version command
for OUI-based homes, 7.5.8
for standalone OPatch, 7.6.3.5

W

Web installation, 4.2.4.3
Windows
hardware and software certification, 5.5.1
hardware requirements, 5.5.2
IP address requirements, 5.5.4.2
network requirements, 5.5.4
pre-installation tasks for Real Application Clusters, 5.5
software requirements, 5.5.3
Windows, directory structure for, 2.8.3

X

XML format, OUI inventory and, 2.7