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Oracle® Business Intelligence Installation Guide
10g Release 2 (10.1.2) for AIX 5L Based Systems (64-Bit)
B25208-01
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A

additional fonts, 4.6.2, A.2
additional language support, 4.6.2, A.2
AIX
creating the oinstall group, 3.7
creating the oracle user, 3.8

B

browser requirements
of Oracle Business Intelligence, 2.4
Business Intelligence
about the components of, 1.1

C

CD-ROM
copying to hard drive, 3.11.2
checks
prerequisites for the installer, 1.4.2
CLASSPATH environment variable, 3.9.3
components
default port numbers, C
how to assign custom port numbers, 3.6.3
component-specific post installation tasks, 4.3.3
copying CD-ROM/DVD to hard drive, 3.11.2
custom ports
see static ports

D

database administrator groups, 3.7.2
database requirements
of Oracle Business Intelligence, 2.3
optimizer_features_enable setting, 2.3.2
dba group, 3.7.2
default port numbers, 3.6.2, C
deinstalling Oracle Business Intelligence, 5.1
Discoverer Plus
about, 1.1.1
Discoverer Plus OLAP
and optimizer_features_enable setting, 2.3.2
Discoverer Portlet Provider and Discoverer portlets
about, 1.1.3
Discoverer Viewer
about, 1.1.2
disk space requirements, 2.1, 3.3
DISPLAY environment variable, 3.9.4
documentation
installing and accessing, 4.6
viewing on the CD-ROM, 4.6
DVD
copying to hard drive, 3.11.2

E

environment variables, 3.9
CLASSPATH, 3.9.3
DISPLAY, 3.9.4
LIBPATH, 3.9.3
ORA_NLS33, 3.9.2
ORACLE_HOME, 3.9.2
ORACLE_SID, 3.9.2
PATH, 3.9.3
set in .profile file, 3.9.1
su command and, 3.9.1
TMP, 3.9.5
TNS_ADMIN, 3.9.6
/etc/hosts file, 3.10

F

fonts
Albany fonts, 4.6.2
installing post-installation, 4.6.2, A.2
troubleshooting missing fonts, 4.6.2, A.2

G

groupadd command, 3.7
groups (operating system)
see operating system groups
groups command, 3.8

H

hostname requirement, 2.1, 3.3
HP-UX
creating the oinstall group, 3.7
creating the oracle user, 3.8
httpd.conf file, 3.6.3.3

I

Identity Management default realm location, 3.10.1
information
required during installation, 1.3.4
installation
what to do after completing installation, 4.7
installer
about, 1.4, 1.4
directories used by, 1.4.1
prerequisite checks, 1.4.2
starting, 4.1
installing
Oracle Business Intelligence, 4.2
installing from hard drive, 3.11.2
inventory directory
group for, 3.7.1
IP
installing on a computer with multiple IP addresses, 3.11.1

L

language support, 4.6.2, A.2
LIBPATH environment variable, 3.9.3
Linux
creating the oinstall group, 3.7
creating the oracle user, 3.8
locale
setting, 1.3.2

M

memory requirements
for multiple instances, 2.1.1, 3.3.1
reducing, 2.1.3, 3.3.3
multidimensional analysis
preparing for, 4.3.2.1
multihomed computers, installing on, 3.11.1
multiple installations
about performing, 1.2.2

N

network requirements, 2.1, 3.3
network topics, 3.11
installing from hard drive, 3.11.2
installing from remote CD-ROM/DVD drive, 3.11.3
installing on multihomed computers, 3.11.1
non-interactive installations, B, B.1
pre-installation, B.3

O

oinstall group, 3.7.1
creating, 3.7
operating system groups, 3.7
dba group, 3.7.2
for database administration, 3.7.2
for inventory directory, 3.7.1
groups command, 3.8
oinstall group, 3.7.1
OSDBA group, 3.7.2
OSOPER group, 3.7.2
operating system users, 3.8, 3.8
groups command, 3.8
oracle user, 3.8
optimizer_features_enable setting, 2.3.2
ORA_NLS33 environment variable, 3.9.2
Oracle Business Intelligence
deinstalling, 5.1
installing, 4.2
reinstalling, 5.2
Oracle database
installation of Oracle Business Intelligence, 1.2.3
Oracle Home
considerations, 1.2
Oracle HTTP Server
configuring static ports, 3.6.3.3, 3.6.3.3
Oracle Inventory group
creating, 3.7
Oracle Universal Installer
prerequisite checks, 3.12
oracle user, 3.8, 3.8, 3.8
ORACLE_HOME environment variable, 3.9.2
ORACLE_SID environment variable, 3.9.2
OracleAS Single Sign-On
specifying hostname on command-line, 3.10.2
OracleAS Web Cache
configuring static ports, 3.6.3.3, 3.6.3.3
oraInst.loc file
creation (non-interactive installations), B.3
oraInventory directory, 3.7.1
OSDBA group, 3.7.2, 3.7.2
OSOPER group, 3.7.2, 3.7.2

P

passwd command, 3.8
PATH environment variable, 3.9.3
pcAnywhere, 3.11.4
port numbers, 4.3.1.3
portlist.ini file, 3.6.3.1
ports, 3.6
list of default port numbers, C
static ports, 3.6.3
using default port numbers, 3.6.2
post installation tasks, 4.3
component specific, 4.3.3
pre-installation tasks
component specific, 1.3.3
for Oracle Business Intelligence, 1.3
prerequisite checks, 3.12
.profile file, 3.9.1

R

reinstalling Oracle Business Intelligence, 5.2
relational analysis
preparing for, 4.3.2.2
release notes, 1.3, 4.6
remote control software, 3.11.4
remote installations, 3.11.3
requirements
disk space, 2.1, 3.3
environment variables, 3.9
for multihomed computers, 3.11.1
hostname, 2.1, 3.3
memory, 2.1.1, 3.3.1
network, 2.1, 3.3
pagefile size (virtual memory), 2.1.1, 3.3.1
response file, B.2
specifying, B.5
runInstaller command
-executeSysPrereqs parameter, 3.3
OUI_HOSTNAME parameter, 3.10.2

S

silent installation, B.2
silentInstall.log, B.6
smit command, 3.7, 3.8
software requirements
other requirements for Oracle Business Intelligence, 2.5
Specify Namespace in Internet Directory screen, 3.10.1
starting a component, 4.4
starting the installer, 4.1
static ports, 3.6.3
examples, 3.6.3.4
for Oracle HTTP Server, 3.6.3.3, 3.6.3.3
for OracleAS Web Cache, 3.6.3.3
not working, 3.6.3.2
staticports.ini file, 3.6.3
creating, 3.6.3.1
format, 3.6.3.1
su command, 3.9.1
system requirements, 2.1

T

/tmp directory, 3.9.5
TMP environment variable, 3.9.5
TNS Names, 4.3.1.2
TNS_ADMIN environment variable, 3.9.6
tnsnames.ora file, 3.9.6
troubleshooting
missing fonts, 4.6.2, A.2
troubleshooting the installation, A.2
Tru64 UNIX
creating the oinstall group, 3.7
creating the oracle user, 3.8

U

UNIX commands
groupadd, 3.7
passwd, 3.8
smit, 3.7, 3.8
users (operating system)
see operating system users

V

VNC, 3.11.4