Chapter 3. Installing Oracle VDI and Configuring Oracle VDI Centers

Table of Contents

3.1. About Oracle VDI Centers and Hosts
3.1.1. Single Oracle VDI Host Configuration
3.1.2. High Availability Configuration Using Embedded MySQL Server
3.1.3. High Availability Configuration Using Remote MySQL Database
3.2. Oracle VDI System Requirements
3.2.1. Oracle VDI Hardware Requirements
3.2.2. Supported Installation Platforms for Oracle VDI
3.2.3. Required Packages for Oracle VDI on Linux Platforms
3.2.4. Required Packages for Oracle VDI on Solaris Platforms
3.2.5. Required packages for Sun Ray Software
3.2.6. Time Synchronization
3.3. Preparing to Use a Remote MySQL Database
3.4. Oracle VDI Centers in Virtualized Environments
3.5. How to Install Oracle VDI
3.6. How to Configure Oracle VDI on a Primary Host
3.7. How to Configure Oracle VDI on a Secondary Host
3.8. Updating Oracle VDI to Release 3.3
3.8.1. How to Update an Oracle VDI Center (Single Host)
3.8.2. How to Update an Oracle VDI Center (High Availability With Bundled MySQL Cluster)
3.8.3. How to Update an Oracle VDI Center (High Availability With Remote MySQL Database)
3.9. How to Reconfigure Oracle VDI on a Host
3.10. Reinstalling Oracle VDI
3.11. How to Uninstall Oracle VDI
3.12. Firewall Ports and Protocols
3.12.1. Firewalls Between Clients and Oracle VDI
3.12.2. Firewalls Between Oracle VDI and User Directories
3.12.3. Firewalls Between Oracle VDI and Desktop Providers
3.12.4. Firewalls Between the Hosts in an Oracle VDI Center