Oracle8i Installation Guide
Release 3 (8.1.7)

Part Number A87434_01
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Numerics

3DES_112 encryption support
installation types available with, A-2, A-6
3DES_168 integrity support
installation types available with, A-2, A-6

A

account
creating the oracle account, 2-8
Administrator, 3-17
disk space requirements, 1-5
Oracle8i Client Installation type, 3-17
response file, 3-22
Administrator installation type, components installed with, A-6
administrators
role, 2-7
UNIX accounts, 2-4, 4-2
UNIX groups, 2-4
Advanced Queueing
defined, A-9
installation types available with, A-2, A-6
Advanced Replication
defined, A-9
installation types available with, A-2
Application User, 3-17
disk space requirements, 1-5
Oracle8i Client Installation type, 3-17
response file, 3-22
Application User installation type, components installed with, A-6
Assistant Common Files, defined, A-9
authentication methods
Identix, 1-10
Kerberos, 1-10
requirements, 1-10
Secure Socket Layer, 1-10
supported for Oracle Advanced Security, 1-10
authentication support
defined, A-11
installation types available with, A-3, A-7
authorization support, defined, A-11
automating startup and shutdown, 4-4

C

CATNSNMP.SQL file, capabilities, 4-21
catrep.sql script
running, 4-6
CD-ROM, mounting the, 3-2
character mode
issues and restrictions, 1-11, 1-12
character mode, issues and restrictions, 1-12
CLASSPATH variable, 4-10
client shared library
setting path to, 4-8
clientadmin.rsp file, 3-22
clientappuser.rsp file, 3-22
clientcustom.rsp file, 3-22
clientprogmr.rsp file, 3-22
commands
ipcs, 2-5
runInstaller
parameters, 3-23
starting, 3-3
umask, 2-9
concurrent processes
limitations, 1-10
Configuration Tools window, 3-8, 3-12, 3-14, 3-17, 3-20
connect descriptors, 2-18
control files
CONTROL01.CTL, 4-27
CONTROL02.CTL, 4-27
CONTROL03.CTL, 4-27
coraenv script
multiple instance system, 4-11
single-instance system, 4-11
CTXSYS user name
database roles, 4-21
described, 4-21
password, 4-21

D

Data Collection Services
defined, A-9
installation types available with, A-3
data dictionary, described, 4-28
database
automating startup and shutdown, 4-4
control files, 4-27
creation methods, 2-21
Oracle Database Configuration Assistant, 4-16
selecting, 2-21
data dictionary, 4-28
database passwords, 4-21
database user names, 4-21
datafiles, 4-25
deletion, 4-29
global name, 3-7, 3-11
initialization parameter file, 4-26
instance name, 3-7, 3-11, 4-9
migration, 3-6, 3-10, 4-16
mount points, 2-6
redo log files, 4-26
rollback segments, 4-28
system identifier (SID), 3-7, 3-11
tablespaces, 4-25
upgrading, 4-16
Database File Location window, 3-7, 3-11
Database Identification window, 3-7, 3-10, 3-11
database roles
of CTXSYS user name, 4-21
of DBSNMP user name, 4-21
of MDSYS user name, 4-22
of MTSSYS user name, 4-22
of ORDPLUGINS user name, 4-22
of ORDSYS user name, 4-22
of OUTLN user name, 4-22
of SCOTT user name, 4-23
of SYS user name, 4-23
of SYSTEM user name, 4-23
database shutdown
automating, 4-4
database startup
automating, 4-4
Database Verify Utility, installation types available with, A-4
datafiles
DR01.DBF, 4-25
INDX01.DBF, 4-25
OEM_REPOSITORY.ORA, 4-26
RBS01.DBF, 4-25
SYSTEM01.DBF, 4-25
TEMP01.DBF, 4-25
TOOLS01.DBF, 4-25
USERS01.DBF, 4-25
DB_DOMAIN parameter, 4-23
DB_NAME parameter, 4-23
dba UNIX group, 2-7
creating for Oracle8i Enterprise Edition, 3-6, 3-10
DBAs
See administrators
DBAs. See administrators
dbca.rsp file, 3-22
dbora file, 4-5
dbshut script, 4-4
DBSNMP user name
database roles, 4-21
described, 4-21
dropping with CATNSNMP.SQL file, 4-21
password, 4-21
dbstart script, 4-4
Decision Support System, 2-20
Decision Support System database, 2-20
default control files
CONTROL01.CTL, 4-27
CONTROL02.CTL, 4-27
CONTROL03.CTL, 4-27
default datafiles
DR01.DBF, 4-25
INDX01.DBF, 4-25
RBS01.DBF, 4-25
SYSTEM01.DBF, 4-25
TEMP01.DBF, 4-25
TOOLS.DBF, 4-25
USERS01.DBF, 4-25
default initialization parameter file
INIT.ORA, 4-26
default redo log files
REDO01.LOG, 4-27
REDO02.LOG, 4-27
REDO03.LOG, 4-27
default tablespaces
DRSYS, 4-25
INDX, 4-25
RBS, 4-25
SYSTEM, 4-25
TEMP, 4-25
TOOLS, 4-25
USERS, 4-25
de-installation
changing the Apache account GID, 4-29
of Oracle software, 4-29
with Oracle Universal Installer, 4-29
DES40 encryption support
installation types available with, A-2, A-3, A-6, A-7
DES56 encryption support
installation types available with, A-2, A-3, A-6, A-7
Documentation, A-6
documentation
accessing, xi
defined, A-12
navigation files, xi
related, xii
viewing requirements, 1-7
where installed, xi
DR01.DBF
datafile, 4-25
tablespace contained in, 4-25
DRSYS tablespace, described, 4-25
DSS
database environment, 2-20

E

encryption and integrity support
defined, A-11
installation types available with, A-2, A-6
Enterprise JavaBeans, defined, A-9
enterprise user security support, defined, A-11
enterprise user security, installation types available with, A-3, A-7
environment
creating common, 4-11
requirements, 2-9
updating current session, 2-13
variables
LD_LIBRARY64_PATH variable, 4-7
LD_LIBRARYN32_PATH variable, 4-7
ORACLE_BASE, 2-11
ORACLE_HOME variable, 2-11
requirements, 2-2
SGI_ABI variable, 2-13
THREADS_FLAG variable, 4-8
environment variables
CLASSPATH, 4-10
LD_LIBRARY_PATH, 4-8
NLS_LANG, 2-12
ORA_NLS33, 2-12
ORACLE_BASE, 2-11, 4-9
ORACLE_DOC, xi, 2-12
ORACLE_HOME, 2-11, 3-3, 4-9
ORACLE_SID, 2-12, 4-9
PATH, 2-11, 4-9
TNS_ADMIN, 4-10, 4-19
TWO_TASK, 4-10
executables
required for installation, 1-6, 1-7
Export Utility, installation types available with, A-4, A-8
external naming, 2-17

F

File Locations window, 3-3
files
coraenv, 4-11
dbora, 4-5
dbshut, 4-4
dbstart, 4-4
init.ora, 4-12
installActions.log, 3-21
installation logs
non-interactive, 3-23
installation logs, non-interactive, 3-23
ldap.ora, 2-18
listener.ora, 2-16, 2-17, 2-18, 4-14
listener.ora file, 4-19
login files, 4-7
Net8 configuration, 2-16, 4-14
Oracle Universal Installer log files, 3-20
oraenv, 4-11
oraInst.loc, 1-11, 3-20
orainstRoot.sh, 3-4
oratab, 4-5
pccfor.cfg, 4-19
pcscfg.cfg, 4-19
permissions, 4-3
permissions for creation, 2-4
response files, 3-21, 3-22
root.sh, 3-8, 3-12, 3-14, 3-17, 3-19, 4-9
security, 4-2
setting permissions for creation, 2-9
silentInstall.log, 3-23
size limits, 1-13
sqlnet.ora, 2-16, 2-18, 4-14
support for very large files, 1-13
tnsnames.ora, 2-16, 2-17, 4-14, 4-15

G

global database name
defined, 4-23
for Oracle8i Enterprise Edition, 3-7, 3-11
groups, 2-7
dba, 2-7, 3-6, 3-10
how to create, 2-7
oinstall, 2-7, 3-4, 4-3
OSDBA and OSOPER, 3-6, 3-10, 4-2
UNIX Group Name window, 3-4
UNIX groups, 2-4

H

home directory, 2-8
host naming, 2-17

I

Identix authentication
requirements, 1-10
Identix support, installation types available with, A-3, A-7
Import Utility, installation types available with, A-5, A-8
INDX tablespace, described, 4-25
INDX01.DBF
datafile, 4-25
tablespace contained in, 4-25
initialization files, 4-7
initialization parameter file
description, 4-26
in database, 4-26
initialization parameter file, INIT.ORA, 4-26
init.ora file, 4-12
limit to concurrent processes, 1-10
installActions.log file, 3-21
Installation
silent install and Net8, 3-25
installation
aborted, 3-21
categories and types, 1-3
character mode, 1-12
cleaning up, 3-21
non-interactive, 1-11, 1-12
described, 3-21
error handling, 3-25
log files, 3-23
response files, 3-21, 3-22
using character mode, 1-12
Oracle8i Client, 3-16
Oracle8i Enterprise Edition, 3-6
overview, 1-2
post-installation tasks, 4-1
pre-installation tasks, 2-1
requirements
environment, 2-9
Optimal Flexible Architecture, 1-12
silent install and Net8, 3-25
silent installation, 3-21
installation types
overview of Oracle8i, 1-2
with Oracle8i Client, A-6
Installation Types window, 3-6
INTERNAL
alias for SYS and SYSDBA, 4-22
password, 4-22
user name, 4-22
Interprocess Communication parameters
requirements, 2-5
ipcs command, 2-5
checking shared memory, 2-5
issues and restrictions
port-specific, 1-10
issues and restrictions, port-specific, 1-10

J

Java Runtime Environement
JRE, 1-11
Java Runtime Environment
CLASSPATH variable, 4-10
installation types available with, A-4, A-8
required version, 3-3
requirements, 1-11
Java Virtual Machine
installation types available with, A-4
Java, Enterprise JavaBeans, defined, A-9
JSC. See Oracle8i JVM Servlet Container

K

Kerberos authentication
requirements, 1-10
Kerberos support, installation types available with, A-3, A-7
kernel
parameter settings, 2-5

L

LD_LIBRARY_PATH variable, 4-8
LD_LIBRARY64_PATH variable, 4-7
LD_LIBRARYN32_PATH variable, 4-7
ldap.ora file, 2-18
listener.ora file, 2-16, 2-17, 2-18, 4-14, 4-19
listeners
commands, 2-14
local naming, 2-17, 4-15
login files, 4-7

M

MD5 integrity support
installation types available with, A-3, A-7
MD5 integrity support, installation types available with, A-2, A-6
MDSYS user name
database roles, 4-22
password, 4-22
migration, 3-6, 3-10, 4-16
Oracle Data Migration Assistant, 1-12
Migration Utility
installation types available with, A-5
Migration utility, 1-12
Minimal installation type, components installed with, A-2
mount points
naming conventions, 2-6
requirements, 2-4
MTSSYS user name
database roles, 4-22
described, 4-22
password, 4-22
multiple Oracle homes
system identifier, 4-24
multipurpose database environment, 2-20
Multi-Threaded Server
post-installation tasks, 4-14

N

Net8
and Oracle Advanced Security, 1-9
connect descriptors, 2-18
external naming, 2-17
host naming, 2-17
listeners, 2-14, 2-17
local naming, 2-17, 4-10, 4-15
naming methods, 2-16, 2-17
local, 4-10, 4-15
Net8 Client configuration, 2-18
Net8 Server configuration, 2-16
post-installation tasks, 4-10
pre-installation tasks, 2-14
silent install, 3-25
TNS_ADMIN variable, 4-10
Net8 Assistant
defined, A-10
installation types available with, A-2, A-6
Net8 Client
configuration, 2-18
defined, A-10
installation types available with, A-2, A-6
Net8 Configuration Assistant, 2-15, 3-9, 3-12, 3-15, 3-18, 3-20, 4-14, 4-15
de-configuring Net8, 4-29
defined, A-10
described, 4-15
installation types available with, A-2, A-6
response file, 3-22
Net8 Server
configuration, 2-16
defined, A-10
installation types available with, A-2
net8ca.rsp file, 3-22
network protocols, Oracle support for, A-2, A-6
NLS_LANG variable, 2-12
non-interactive installation, 1-12

O

Object Type Translator
defined, A-10
installation types available with, A-2, A-6
OCI, installation types available with, A-7
OEM_REPOSITORY.ORA, datafile, 4-26
oinstall UNIX group, 2-7, 3-4, 4-3
OLTP
database environment, 2-20
Online Transaction Processing
See OLTP
Online Transaction Processing. See OLTP
operating system
patches, 1-6
requirements, 1-6
OPERATOR role, 2-7
Optimal Flexible Architecture
installation issues and restrictions, 1-12
ORA_NLS33 variable, 2-12
Oracle, 2-23
oracle account
home directory, 2-8
how to create, 2-8
post-installation tasks, 4-6
pre-installation tasks, 2-9
requirements, 2-8
Oracle Advanced Security
authentication methods, 1-10
authentication support, A-3, A-7
authentication support defined, A-11
authorization support defined, A-11
DES40 encryption, A-2
encryption and integrity support, A-2, A-6
encryption and integrity support defined, A-11
enterprise user security, A-3, A-7
enterprise user security support defined, A-11
installation types available with, A-2, A-6
Oracle Enterprise Login Assistant, A-3, A-7
Oracle Wallet Manager, 1-10
overview defined, A-11
requirements, 1-9
SSL support defined, A-11
Thin JDBC Java-based encryption support, A-3, A-7
Oracle Call Interface
defined, A-12
installation types available with, A-3, A-7
Oracle Connection Manager
defined, A-12
installation types available with, A-3
Oracle Data Migration Assistant, 1-12, 3-6, 3-9, 3-10, 3-13, 3-15, 4-16
and Oracle7, 1-8, 1-12
defined, A-12
installation types available with, A-3
requirements, 1-8
upgrading your database, 3-6, 3-10, 4-16
Oracle Database Configuration Assistant
creating a multipurpose database, 2-20
creating a Warehousing database, 2-20
creating an OLTP database, 2-20
database creation methods, 2-21
custom, 2-23
minimal, 2-22, 2-23
selecting, 2-21
typical, 2-22
defined, A-12
deleting a database, 4-29
described, 4-16
functions of, 3-9, 3-13, 3-15
installation types available with, A-3
Net8 configuration, 2-16, 2-18, 4-15
Oracle interMedia, 2-22, 2-23
response file, 3-22
Oracle Documentation, defined, A-12
Oracle Enterprise Java Beans
installation types available with, A-7
Oracle Enterprise Java Beans, installation types available with, A-3
Oracle Enterprise Login Assistant
defined, A-12
feature of Oracle Advanced Security, A-3, A-7
installation types available with, A-3, A-7
See also Oracle Advanced Security
Oracle Enterprise Manager
component of, A-3
Oracle Information Navigator, xi
Oracle Intelligent Agent
component of, A-3
defined, A-12
installation types available with, A-3
Oracle interMedia
component of, A-3, A-4
defined, A-12
installation types available with, A-3
Oracle interMedia Audio
defined, A-12
installation types available with, A-3
Oracle interMedia Client Option, installation types available with, A-3, A-7
Oracle interMedia Client, defined, A-13
Oracle interMedia Common Files
defined, A-13
Oracle interMedia Image
defined, A-13
installation types available with, A-4
Oracle interMedia Locator Service
defined, A-13
Oracle interMedia Locator, installation types available with, A-4
Oracle interMedia requirements, 1-8
Oracle interMedia Text
defined, A-13
installation types available with, A-4
Oracle interMedia Text, data dictionary space requirements, 1-8, 4-18
Oracle interMedia Video
defined, A-13
installation types available with, A-4
Oracle Internet Directory
pre-installation tasks for, 2-12
Oracle INTYPE File Assistant, installation types available with, A-2
Oracle inventory
JRE locations, 1-11
log files, 3-20
Oracle Java Database. See Oracle JDBC Drivers
Oracle Java Tools
defined, A-14
installation types available with, A-7
Oracle JDBC Drivers
component of, A-4
defined, A-13
installation types available with, A-4, A-7
Oracle JDBC Thin Driver for JDK 1.1, installation types available with, A-4, A-7
Oracle JDBC Thin Driver for JDK 1.2, installation types available with, A-4, A-7
Oracle JDBC/OCI Driver for JDK 1.1, installation types available with, A-4, A-7
Oracle JDBC/OCI Driver for JDK 1.2, installation types available with, A-4, A-7
Oracle Names
defined, A-14
installation types available with, A-4
Oracle Objects Functionality, defined, A-14
Oracle Options
requirements, 1-8
Oracle Parallel Server
pre-installation tasks, ?? to  ?? to 2-14
Oracle Partitioning
defined, A-14
installation types available with, A-4
Oracle patches, 4-12
Oracle Precompilers, post-installation tasks, 4-19
Oracle Protocol Support, installation types available with, A-2, A-6
Oracle roles
SYSDBA and SYSOPER, 2-7
Oracle Server
automating startup and shutdown, 4-4
restarting cleanly, 4-5
roles, 2-7
security, 2-7
shutting down cleanly, 4-5
Oracle Servlet Engine
defined, A-15
installation types available with, A-4
Oracle SNMP Agent, installation types available with, A-4
oracle software owner
See oracle account
oracle software owner. See oracle account
Oracle Spatial
defined, A-15
installation types available with, A-4
Oracle Spatial Data Cartridge. See Oracle Spatial
Oracle SQLJ Runtime
component of, A-4
Oracle SQLJ Runtime, component of, A-4
Oracle SQLJ, installation types available with, A-4, A-7
Oracle Time Series
defined, A-15
installation types available with, A-4
Oracle Trace, installation types available with, A-4
Oracle Universal Installer
component of, A-4
Configuration Tools window, 3-8, 3-12, 3-14, 3-17, 3-20
database creation methods, 2-21
Database File Location window, 3-7, 3-11
Database Identification window, 3-7, 3-10, 3-11
defined, A-15
de-installing products, 4-29
File Locations window, 3-3
installation types available with, A-4, A-8
Installation Types window, 3-6
inventory, 1-11, 3-20
log files, 3-20
Oracle8i Enterprise Edition, 3-6
Privileged Operating System Groups window, 3-6, 3-10
response files, 3-23
error handling, 3-23
list of, 3-22
specifying a response file, 3-23
validation, 3-25
silent install. See installation, non-interactive
UNIX Group Name window, 3-4
Upgrade or Migrate an Existing Database window, 3-6, 3-10
Welcome window, 3-3
Oracle Utilities
component of, A-4, A-5
defined, A-15
installation types available with, A-4, A-8
Oracle Visual Information Retrieval
defined, A-16
installation types available with, A-5
requirements, 1-8
Oracle Visual Information Retrieval Client, installation types available with, A-5, A-8
Oracle Wallet Manager
and Secure Socket Layer, 1-10
Oracle XML Developer's Kit
defined, A-16
installation types available with, A-5, A-8
Oracle XML SQL Utility
defined, A-16
installation types available with, A-5, A-8
ORACLE_BASE variable, 2-11, 4-9
described, 4-9
ORACLE_DOC variable, xi, 2-12
ORACLE_HOME variable, 2-11, 3-3, 4-9
described, 2-11, 4-9
oracle account home directory, 2-8
requirements, 1-11
ORACLE_SID variable, 2-12, 4-9
ORACLE_TERM
description, 2-10
Oracle7
and Oracle Data Migration Assistant, 1-8
migration, 1-12
Oracle8i Client
disk space requirements, 1-5
installation types, 3-16
response file, 3-22
Oracle8i Client top-level component, installation types available with, A-6
Oracle8i Enterprise Edition
disk space requirements, 1-5
installation types, 3-6
Oracle8i JVM
component of, A-4
enterprise edition defined, A-14
installation types available with, A-4
requirements, 1-8
Oracle8i JVM Accelerator
defined, A-14
installation types available with, A-4
Oracle8i JVM Servlet Container
defined, A-14
Oracle8i JVM Servlet Container (JSC), A-14
Oracle8i Server
component of, A-5
defined, A-16
installation types available with, A-5
Oracle8i Servlet Container (JSC), A-14
Oracle8i Time Series Cartridge. See Oracle Time Series
Oracle8i Visual Information Retrieval. See Oracle Visual Information Retrieval
oraenv script
multiple instance system, 4-11
single-instance system, 4-11
oraInst.loc file, 1-11, 3-20
orainstRoot.sh file, 3-4
oraInventory directory, 3-20
oratab file, 4-5
ORDPLUGIN user name
database roles, 4-22
ORDPLUGINS, user name and password, 4-22
ORDSYS
database roles, 4-22
user name and password, 4-22
OSDBA and OSOPER groups, 2-7, 3-6, 3-10, 4-2
OSDBA group, 2-7
OSOPER group, 2-7
OTT, installation types available with, A-2, A-6
OUTLN user name
database roles of, 4-22
described, 4-22
password of, 4-22

P

parameters
initialization, 4-12
init.ora file, 4-12
shared memory and semaphores, 2-2
SEMMNI, 2-2
SEMMSL, 2-3
SEMOPM, 2-3
SEMVMX, 2-3
SHMMAX, 2-2
SHMMIN, 2-2
SHMMNI, 2-2
SHMSEG, 2-2
passwords
changing, 4-2
for CTXSYS user name, 4-21
for DBSNMP user name, 4-21
for INTERNAL user name, 4-22
for MDSYS user name, 4-22
for MTSSYS user name, 4-22
for ORDPLUGINS user name, 4-22
for ORDSYS user name, 4-22
for OUTLN user name, 4-22
for SCOTT user name, 4-23
for SYS user name, 4-23
for SYSTEM user name, 4-23
patches
operating system, 1-6
Oracle, 4-12
PATH variable, 1-7, 2-11, 4-9
pccfor.cfg file, 4-19
pcscfg.cfg file, 4-19
permissions
file creation, 2-4
setting with umask, 2-9
PL/SQL
embedded gateway, described, A-16
installation types available with, A-5, A-8
PL/SQL Embedded Gateway
described, A-16
installation types available with, A-5
post-installation tasks
automate database startup and shutdown, 4-4
configuration assistants, 4-15
Multi-Threaded Server, 4-14
Oracle Precompilers, 4-19
product-specific, 4-13
Recovery Manager, 4-20
running root.sh, 3-8, 3-12, 3-14, 3-17, 3-19
Secure Socket Layer, 4-21
precompilers
requirements, 1-8
pre-installation tasks
as the root user, 2-5
Net8, 2-14
Oracle Internet Directory, 2-12
Pro*C/C++, 2-14
Privileged Operating System Groups window, 3-6, 3-10
Pro*C/C++
configuration files, 4-19
described, A-17
installation types available with, A-8
post-installation tasks, 4-19
pre-installation tasks, 2-14
requirements, 1-8
Pro*FORTRAN
configuration files, 4-19
described, A-17
installation types available with, A-8
post-installation tasks, 4-19
requirements, 1-8
processes
limit to number of, 1-10
product-specific
post-installation tasks, 4-13
Programmer, 3-17
disk space requirements, 1-5
Oracle8i Client Installation type, 3-17
response file, 3-22
Programmer installation type, components installed with, A-6
protocol support
post-installation tasks, 4-19
Secure Socket Layer, 4-21
TCP/IP, defined, A-18
protocols, Oracle support for, A-2, A-6

Q

queueing, defined, A-9

R

RBS tablespace, described, 4-25
RBS01.DBF
datafile, 4-25
tablespace contained in, 4-25
RC4_128 encryption support
installation types available with, A-3
RC4_128 encryption support, installation types available with, A-2, A-6, A-7
RC4_256 integrity support
installation types available with, A-3
RC4_256 integrity support installation types available with, A-7
RC4_256 integrity support, installation types available with, A-2, A-6
RC4_40 encryption support
installation types available with, A-3
RC4_40 encryption support, installation types available with, A-2, A-6, A-7
RC4_56 encryption support
installation types available with, A-3
RC4_56 encryption support, installation types available with, A-2, A-6, A-7
Recovery Manager, 4-20
described, 4-20
installation types available with, A-5, A-8
redo log files
in starter database, 4-26
REDO01.LOG, 4-27
REDO02.LOG, 4-27
REDO03.LOG, 4-27
related documentation, xii
relinking, 2-7
replication, defined, A-9
repository
creating a dedicated tablespace and datafile, 4-26
requirements
authentication methods, 1-10
CD-ROM, 1-4
disk space, 1-5
file permissions, 2-4
hardware, 1-4
Identix authentication, 1-10
Interprocess Communication parameters, 2-5
Java Runtime Environment, 1-11
Kerberos authentication, 1-10
kernel parameter settings, 2-5
memory, 1-4, 1-5
mount points, 2-4, 2-6
operating system, 1-6
operating system executables, 1-6, 1-7
oracle account, 2-8
Oracle Advanced Security, 1-9
Oracle Data Migration Assistant, 1-8
Oracle interMedia, 1-8
Oracle Options, 1-8
Oracle Visual Information Retrieval, 1-8
ORACLE_HOME, 1-11
Oracle8i JVM, 1-8
precompilers, 1-8
Pro*C/C++, 1-8
Pro*FORTRAN, 1-8
Secure Socket Layer, 1-9, 1-10
software, 1-6
swap space, 1-4
system installation, 1-4
tools, 1-8
UNIX accounts, 2-4
UNIX environment, 2-2
UNIX groups, 2-4, 2-7
window manager, 1-6
response files, 3-22
error handling, 3-23
preparing, 3-22
validation, 3-25
roles
of CTXSYS user name, 4-21
of DBSNMP user name, 4-21
of MDSYS user name, 4-22
of MTSSYS user name, 4-22
of ORDPLUGINS user name, 4-22
of ORDSYS user name, 4-22
of OUTLN user name, 4-22
of SCOTT user name, 4-23
of SYS user name, 4-23
of SYSTEM user name, 4-23
rollback segments, starter database, 4-28
root user
post-installation tasks, 4-2
pre-installation tasks, 2-5
root.sh script, 4-9
root.sh script, running the, 3-8, 3-12, 3-14, 3-17, 3-19
runInstaller command
parameters, 3-23
runInstaller command, parameters, 3-23
runInstaller, command, 3-3

S

schema, INTERNAL user name, 4-22
SCOTT user name
database roles, 4-23
described, 4-23
password, 4-23
scripts
dbshut, 4-4
dbstart, 4-4
oraenv (coraenv), 4-11
root.sh, 3-8, 3-12, 3-14, 3-17, 3-19
Secure Socket Layer
post-installation tasks, 4-21
requirements, 1-9, 1-10
security, 2-7
for database administrators, 2-7
verifying for files, 4-2
See also Oracle interMedia
semaphores
setting the values, 2-5
SEMMNI parameter, 2-2
SEMMSL parameter, 2-3
SEMOPM parameter, 2-3
SEMVMX parameter, 2-3
Server Manager
installation types available with, A-5
no longer available after 8.1.7, A-5
SERVICE_NAMES parameter, 4-23
setup tasks
TCP/IP protocol support, 2-14
SGA
See Shared Global Area
See System Global Area
SGA. See Shared Global Area
SGI_ABI variable, 2-13
SHA-1 encryption support
installation types available with, A-3, A-7
SHA-1 encryption support, installation types available with, A-2, A-6
Shared Global Area
setting shared memory, 2-5
shared memory
configuring, 2-5
ipcs command, 2-5
maximum, 2-5
SHMMAX parameter, 2-2
SHMMIN parameter, 2-2
SHMMNI parameter, 2-2
SHMSEG parameter, 2-2
shutdown and startup, 4-4
SID. See system identifier
silent install. See installation, non-interactive
silentInstall.log file, 3-23
software
mount points, 2-6
SQL*Loader, installation types available with, A-5, A-8
SQL*Plus
described, A-17
installation types available with, A-5, A-8
SQLJ
described, A-17
installation types available with, A-4, A-8
SQLJ Runtime
described, A-17
installation types available with, A-4, A-8
SQLJ Translator
described, A-18
installation types available with, A-4, A-8
sqlnet.ora file, 2-16, 2-18, 4-14
SRCHOME
description, 2-13
SSL support
defined, A-11
installation types available with, A-3, A-7
startup and shutdown, 4-4
svrcustom.rsp file, 3-22
svrminimal.rsp file, 3-22
svrtypical.rsp files, 3-22
SYS user name
database roles of, 4-23
described, 4-23
password of, 4-23
SYSDBA and SYSOPER roles, 2-7
System Global Area
init.ora file, 4-12
setting shared memory, 2-5
System Global Area, init.ora file, 4-12
system identifier, 4-9
described, 4-9
multiple Oracle homes, 4-24
system requirements, 1-4
SYSTEM tablespace
description, 4-25
Oracle interMedia Option database objects, 4-18
SYSTEM user name
database roles of, 4-23
described, 4-23
password of, 4-23
SYSTEM01.DBF
datafile, 4-25
tablespace contained in, 4-25

T

tablespaces
containing DR01.DBF, 4-25
containing INDX01.DBF, 4-25
containing RBS01.DBF, 4-25
containing SYSTEM01.DBF, 4-25
containing TEMP01.DBF, 4-25
containing TOOLS.DBF, 4-25
containing USERS01.DBF, 4-25
DRSYS, 4-25
expanding for large sorts, 4-25
in database, 4-25
INDX, 4-25
RBS, 4-25
SYSTEM, 4-25
TEMP, 4-25
TOOLS, 4-25
USERS, 4-25
TCP/IP protocol support
and Secure Socket Layer, 1-9
defined, A-18
setup tasks, 2-14
TEMP tablespace, described, 4-25
TEMP01.DBF
datafile, 4-25
tablespace contained in, 4-25
Thin JDBC Java-based encryption support, installation types available with, A-3, A-7
THREADS_FLAG variable, 4-8
TKPROF, installation types available with, A-8
TMPDIR
description, 2-13
requirements, 2-10
TNS_ADMIN variable, 4-10, 4-19
tnsnames.ora file, 2-16, 2-17, 4-14, 4-15
tools
requirements, 1-8
TOOLS tablespace, described, 4-25
tools, requirements, 1-8
TOOLS01.DBF, datafile, 4-25
TOOLS.DBF, tablespace contained in, 4-25
TWO_TASK variable, 4-10, 4-20
Typical installation type, components installed with, A-2

U

ulimit command, 1-13
umask
requirement, 2-4
umask command, 2-9
UNIX accounts
how to create, 2-8
requirements, 2-4
UNIX environment
summary of requirements, 2-2
UNIX Group Name window, 3-4
UNIX groups, 2-7
how to create, 2-7
requirements, 2-4
UNIX kernel
how to configure, 2-5
parameter settings, 2-5
Upgrade or Migrate an Existing Database window, 3-6, 3-10
upgrading, 1-12, 3-4, 3-6, 3-10
user names
CTXSYS, 4-21
DBSNMP, 4-21
INTERNAL, 4-22
MDSYS, 4-22
MTSSYS, 4-22
ORDPLUGINS, 4-22
ORDSYS, 4-22
OUTLN, 4-22
SCOTT, 4-23
SYS, 4-23
SYSTEM, 4-23
USERS tablespace, described, 4-25
USERS01.DBF
datafile, 4-25
tablespace contained in, 4-25
UTLRP.SQL
recompiling invalid SQL modules, 4-16

V

very large files
support, 1-13

W

Warehousing database environment, 2-20
Welcome window, 3-3
window manager
requirements, 1-6

X

X.509 support, installation types available with, A-3, A-7
XML
Development Kit, A-18
Oracle XML Developer's Kit, A-5, A-8, A-16
Oracle XML SQL Utility, A-5, A-8
SQL Utility, defined, A-16
X-windows, configuring, 1-7

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