|Oracle® Database Appliance Owner's Guide
Release 2.10 for Linux x86-64
Part Number E23341-18
This chapter describes the tasks you must complete before installing Oracle Database Appliance into a rack and cabling it.
Use the following procedure to prepare your site for Oracle Database Appliance installation:
If significant temperature differences exist (> 10° C / 18° F) between the new system and the designated computer center, the equipment should be left in its boxes for a sufficient period of time to allow the temperature of the equipment to come to within a few degrees of the computer center.
Caution ‐ Equipment damage. The system should never be powered on unless it is within the supported operating range (temperature and humidity).
You should do this at the location where the system will be installed, but outside of the computer center itself.
Caution ‐ Equipment damage. Use a separate area in which to remove the packaging material to reduce particle contamination before entering the computer center.
Caution ‐ System failure. All items in a shipment are designed to be used together as a single system. Do not mix components from different shipments; this could cause the system to fail.
It should contain: