|Oracle® Communications Network Integrity Installation Guide
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This chapter describes the process of installing the Oracle database and configuring the Oracle Database for Oracle Communications Network Integrity.
Network Integrity must be installed in an Oracle Database tablespace.
See Table 2-2, "Network Integrity Software Requirements" for database requirements.
For information on installing Oracle Database, see the Oracle Database installation documentation.
Note:Configure the Oracle Database with the XDB component.
The Oracle database must be configured for Network Integrity. Specifically, this section covers the following:
Create a tablespace according to the Oracle Database documentation. See Table 2-9, "Network Integrity Hardware Planning Guideline" for tablespace sizing guidelines.
Oracle Database must have the correct time zone setting, because Network Integrity uses the datatype TIMESTAMP WITH LOCAL TIME ZONE in its database schema.
See Oracle Database Globalization Support Guide for information and instructions on setting the time zone.
Note:After Network Integrity has been installed, the database time zone cannot be changed. Ensure the time zone is correctly set before installing Network Integrity.
The MetaData schema is an Oracle Fusion Middleware component that is required by Network Integrity. You create the schema using the Repository Creation Utility (RCU).
Note:A new schema must be created for all new Network Integrity installations. Upgrade installations will use the schema created during the installation of that Network Integrity instance.
Note:The Repository Creation Utility can run on the Linux (32 bit) and Microsoft Windows platforms. A Linux or Windows system can be used to remotely access and configure the database.
To create the schema for Network Integrity using RCU:
Download Oracle Fusion Middleware Repository Creation Utility 11g for Linux x86 from the Network Integrity media pack from the Oracle software delivery Web site:
For information on creating the MetaData schema, see Oracle Fusion Middleware Repository Creation Utility User's Guide.
Extract the RCU package to a temporary directory (dir).
Run the following command:
The Welcome screen of the Repository Creation Utility Installation wizard appears.
The Create Repository screen appears.
Select Create and click Next.
The Database Connection Details screen appears.
Do the following:
From the Database Type list, select Oracle Database.
In the Host Name field, enter the IP address of the system hosting the database.
In the Port field, enter the port number for the system hosting the database.
In the Service Name field, enter the service name.
In the Username field, enter the user name for the database user.
Note:This user account must have the following privileges: CATALOG, CONNECT, Create User, Create Session, Grant Any Privilege, Grant Any Role, Select Any Table, Select any Dictionary.
Caution:You must use the same user name and password when providing database user information during Network Integrity installation.
In the Password field, enter the password for the database user.
In the Role list, select SYSDBA.
A pop-up dialog box appears.
The Select Components screen appears.
On the Select Components screen, do the following:
Select Create a new Prefix, and enter the prefix value in the corresponding box.
The prefix is any appropriate name for your schema. RCU adds a suffix to this name.
Expand Oracle AS Repository Components.
Expand AS Common Schemas and select Metadata Services and Enterprise Scheduler Service.
Note:Oracle Internet Directory under Identity Management is a default selection and you cannot change this selection.
A pop-up dialog box appears.
The Schema Passwords screen appears.
Select Use same password for all schemas.
In the Password field, enter the password for the schema.
In the Confirm Password field, enter the password for the schema again and click Next.
The Map Tablespaces screen appears.
Review the entries on the Map Tablespaces screen and click Next.
The Summary screen appears.
Review and verify the information you have provided and click Create.
The Completion Summary screen shows details of the newly created repository.
Click Close to exit the RCU Wizard.
Oracle recommends Oracle Real Application Clusters (RAC) for high availability and scalability if your network data requires multiple databases for storage purposes. Refer to the Oracle Real Application Clusters documentation on the Oracle Technology Network Web site:
At least 4 GB in total.
Oracle recommends that you use as much memory as you have available in the system, and also use Automatic Memory Management.
Redo log file size
Download SQL*Plus Instant Client from the Oracle Technology Network Web site.
For information on installing and configuring SQL*Plus Instant Client, see the SQL*Plus Instant Client installation documentation.
If you are installing Network Integrity on the IBM AIX operating system, set the LIBPATH environment variable to the installation location of the SQL*Plus Instant Client.
If you are installing Network Integrity on the Linux operating system, set the LD_LIBRARY_PATH environment variable to the installation location of the SQL*Plus Instant Client.
Caution:Install Oracle SQL*Plus on the Administration server from where you launch the Network Integrity installer.