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Oracle9 Database Certified Configuration Installation Guide
Release 2 (9.2.0.3) for Linux Intel
Part No. B10925-01
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Preface

Audience
Documentation Accessibility
Typographic Conventions
Command Syntax
Oracle Services and Support

1 Overview

1.1 Oracle9i Database Certified Configuration
1.1.1 Gold Image
1.2 File Layout
1.2.1 Operating System File Layout:
1.2.2 Oracle Files Layout
1.3 Users and Groups
1.4 Tools and Scripts
1.4.1 Validation Tool
1.4.2 Installation Script
1.4.3 Image Restoration and Creation Script
1.4.4 Reconfiguration Script
1.4.5 Cluster Manager Configuration Script
1.4.6 Configuration Script for Real Application Clusters
1.4.7 Conversion Utility
1.4.8 Administration Scripts
1.4.8.1 localdbora Script
1.4.8.2 oracm_gsd Script

2 Installation

2.1 Requirements
2.1.1 Hardware Requirements
2.1.2 Partition Requirements
2.1.3 Software Requirements
2.1.4 Operating System Configuration Requirements for Real Application Clusters
2.2 Single Instance Installation
2.3 Real Application Clusters Installation
2.4 Image Creation

3 Cloning

3.1 Cloning Overview
3.2 Single-instance Cloning
3.3 Real Application Clusters Cloning

4 Single-node Database to Real Application Clusters Database Conversion

4.1 Convex Utility
4.2 Preparing to Convert a Database
4.3 Converting a Single-instance Database
4.3.1 Troubleshooting
4.4 Adding Nodes to an Existing Database

A Environment Checking Tool

A.1 Tool Usage
A.1.1 Exit Status
A.2 Check Definitions
A.3 Check Listing by Product and Phase
A.3.1 Oracle9i Database Certified Configuration Single-instance System Checks
A.3.1.1 Using the rdbms Parameter with the preinstall Parameter
A.3.1.2 Using the rdbms Parameter with the postinstall Parameter
A.3.1.3 Using the rdbms Parameter with the preconfig Parameter
A.3.1.4 Using the rdbms Parameter with the postconfig Parameter
A.3.1.5 Using the rdbms Parameter with the preimage Parameter
A.3.1.6 Using the rdbms Parameter with the postimage Parameter
A.3.1.7 Using the rdbms Parameter with the reconfig Parameter
A.3.1.8 Using the rdbms Parameter with the system Parameter
A.3.1.9 Using the rdbms Parameter with the all Parameter
A.3.2 Oracle9i Database Certified Configuration Real Applications Clusters System Checks
A.3.2.1 Using the rac Parameter with the preinstall Parameter
A.3.2.2 Using the rac Parameter with the postinstall Parameter
A.3.2.3 Using the rac Parameter with the preconfig Parameter
A.3.2.4 Using the rac Parameter with the postconfig Parameter
A.3.2.5 Using the rac Parameter with the preimage Parameter
A.3.2.6 Using the rac Parameter with the postimage Parameter
A.3.2.7 Using the rac Parameter with the reconfig Parameter
A.3.2.8 Using the rac Parameter with the system Parameter
A.3.2.9 Using the rac Parameter with the all Parameter
A.4 Program Output
A.4.1 Report Header
A.4.2 Report Body
A.4.3 Report Footer
A.5 Standalone Validation

B Sample Output Files

B.1 Hardware and Software Compliance with Oracle9i Database Certified Configuration for Single-instance
B.2 Hardware and Software Compliance with Oracle9i Database Certified Configuration for Real Application Clusters
B.3 Oracle9i Database Certified Configuration Single-instance Prior to Image Restoration
B.4 Oracle9i Database Certified Configuration Real Application Clusters Prior to Image Restoration
B.5 Oracle9i Database Certified Configuration Single-instance after Reconfiguration
B.6 Oracle9i Database Certified Configuration Real Application Clusters after Reconfiguration
B.7 Oracle9i Database Certified Configuration Single-instance Cloning Log
B.8 Oracle9i Database Certified Configuration Real Application Clusters Cloning Log
B.9 Oracle9i Database Certified Configuration Convex Utility Output

C Components

C.1 Single-instance Components
C.2 Real Application Clusters Components

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