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Database Administrator's Guide, 10g Release 2 (10.2)

Oracle Database Structure and Storage

Oracle Database Structure and StoragePart II Oracle Database Structure and Storage This part describes database structure in terms of its storage components and how to create and manage those components. It contains the following chapters: Chapter 5, \"Managing Control Files\" Chapter 6, \"Managing the Redo Log\" Chapter 7, \"Managing Archived Redo Logs\" Chapter 8, \"Managing Tablespaces\" Chapter 9, \"Managing Datafiles and Tempfiles\"

Database Administrator's Guide, 10g Release 2 (10.2)

What's New in Oracle Database Administrator's Guide?

What's New in Oracle Database Administrator's Guide?This section describes new features of the Oracle Database 10g Release 2 (10.2) and provides pointers to additional information. New features information from previous releases is also retained to help those users migrating to the current release. The following sections describe the new features in Oracle Database: Oracle Database 10 g Release 2 (10.2) New Features in the Administrator's Guide Oracle

Database Administrator's Guide, 10g Release 2 (10.2)

Oracle Database Administrator's Guide, 10g Release 2 (10.2)

Oracle® DatabaseAdministrator's Guide 10 g Release 2 (10.2) B14231-02 May 2006 Oracle Database Administrator's Guide, 10 g Release 2 (10.2) B14231-02 Copyright © 2001, 2006, Oracle. All rights reserved. Primary Author:  Steve Fogel Contributing Author:  Paul Lane Contributors:  David Austin, Prasad Bagal, Cathy Baird, Mark Bauer, Eric Belden, Bill Bridge, Allen Brumm, Sudip Datta, Mark Dilman, Jacco Draaijer, Harvey

Database Administrator's Guide, 10g Release 2 (10.2)

Basic Database Administration

Basic Database AdministrationPart I Basic Database Administration Part I provides an overview of the responsibilities of a database administrator. This part describes the creation of a database and how to start up and shut down an instance of the database. Part I contains the following chapters: Chapter 1, \"Overview of Administering an Oracle Database\" Chapter 2, \"Creating an Oracle Database\" Chapter 3, \"Starting Up and

Database Administrator's Guide, 10g Release 2 (10.2)

Automated File and Storage Management

Automated File and Storage ManagementPart III Automated File and Storage Management Part III describes how to use the Oracle-managed files and Automatic Storage Management features to simplify management of your database files. You use the Oracle-managed files feature to specify file system directories in which Oracle automatically creates and manages files for you at the database object level. For example, you need only specify that

Database Administrator's Guide, 10g Release 2 (10.2)

Schema Objects

Schema ObjectsPart IV Schema Objects Part IV describes the creation and maintenance of schema objects in the Oracle Database. It includes the following chapters: Chapter 13, \"Managing Schema Objects\" Chapter 14, \"Managing Space for Schema Objects\" Chapter 15, \"Managing Tables\" Chapter 16, \"Managing Indexes\" Chapter 17, \"Managing Partitioned Tables and Indexes\" Chapter 18, \"Managing Clusters\" Chapter

Database Administrator's Guide, 10g Release 2 (10.2)

Send Us Your Comments

Send Us Your CommentsOracle Database Administrator's Guide 10 g Release 2 (10.2) B14231-02 Oracle welcomes your comments and suggestions on the quality and usefulness of this publication. Your input is an important part of the information used for revision. Did you find any errors? Is the information clearly presented? Do you need more information? If so, where? Are the examples correct? Do you need more examples? What

Database Administrator's Guide, 10g Release 2 (10.2)

Database Resource Management and Task Scheduling

Database Resource Management and Task SchedulingPart VI Database Resource Management and Task Scheduling Part VI discusses database resource management. It contains information about using the Oracle Database Resource Manager. Other chapters discuss Scheduler, a product with functionality designed to simplify your management of tasks, but also to provide a rich set of scheduling functionality to suit many needs. This part contains the following

Database Administrator's Guide, 10g Release 2 (10.2)

Database Security

Database SecurityPart V Database Security Part V addresses issues of user and privilege management affecting the security of the database. It includes the following chapters: Chapter 22, \"Managing Users and Securing the Database\"

Database Administrator's Guide, 10g Release 2 (10.2)

Database Administrator's Guide - Contents

ContentsTitle and Copyright Information Send Us Your Comments Preface Audience Documentation Accessibility Structure Related Documents Conventions What's New in Oracle Database Administrator's Guide? Oracle Database 10 g Release 2 (10.2) New Features in the Administrator's Guide Oracle Database 10 g Release 1 (10.1) New Features in the Administrator's Guide Part I Basic Database Administration 1 Overview

Database Administrator's Guide, 10g Release 2 (10.2)

Distributed Database Management

Distributed Database ManagementPart VII Distributed Database Management Part VII discusses the management of a distributed database environment. It contains the following sections: Chapter 29, \"Distributed Database Concepts\" Chapter 30, \"Managing a Distributed Database\" Chapter 31, \"Developing Applications for a Distributed Database System\" Chapter 32, \"Distributed Transactions Concepts\" Chapter 33, \"Managing Distributed

Database Performance Tuning Guide, 10g Release 2 (10.2)

Real Application Testing

Real Application TestingPart V Real Application Testing Part V provides information about how to perform real application testing to assure the integrity of database changes. To help you perform real-world testing of Oracle Database, Oracle offers two Real Application Testing solutions to test the effect of system changes on a production workload without the risks of impacting your production system. Database Replay enables

Database Installation Guide for Linux on POWER, 10g Release 2 (10.2)

Getting Started with Oracle Database

5 Getting Started with Oracle DatabaseThis chapter provides information about the default preconfigured database, including information about Oracle database accounts, passwords, and file locations. It includes information about the following topics: Checking the Installed Oracle Database Contents and Directory Location Logging In to Oracle Enterprise Manager Database Control Managing Automatic Storage Management Reviewing Accounts and

Database Installation Guide for Linux x86-64, 10g Release 2 (10.2)

Using NAS Devices

B Using NAS DevicesIf you have a network attached storage (NAS) device that has been certified through the Oracle Storage Compatibility Program (OSCP), you can use it to store the Oracle software, the Oracle database files, or both. This appendix provides guidelines for using a NAS storage device for Oracle software and database files. It includes information about the following: General Configuration Guidelines for

Database Installation Guide for Linux Itanium, 10g Release 2 (10.2)

Preinstallation Tasks

2 Preinstallation TasksThis chapter describes the tasks that you must complete before you start Oracle Universal Installer. It includes information about the following tasks: Logging In to the System as root Checking the Hardware Requirements Checking the Software Requirements Checking the Network Setup Creating Required Operating System Groups and User s Configuring Kernel Parameters Identifying Required Software Directories

Database Performance Tuning Guide, 10g Release 2 (10.2)

Optimizing SQL Statements

Optimizing SQL StatementsPart IV Optimizing SQL Statements Part IV provides information on understanding and managing your SQL statements for optimal performance and discusses Oracle SQL-related performance tools. The chapters in this part are: Chapter 11, \"SQL Tuning Overview\" Chapter 12, \"Automatic SQL Tuning\" Chapter 13, \"The Query Optimizer\" Chapter 14, \"Managing Optimizer Statistics\" Chapter 15, \"Using Indexes

Database Performance Tuning Guide, 10g Release 2 (10.2)

Database Replay

21 Database ReplayBefore system changes are made, such as hardware and software upgrades, extensive testing is usually performed in a test environment to validate the changes. However, despite the testing, the new system often experiences unexpected behavior when it enters production because the testing was not performed using a realistic workload. The inability to simulate a realistic workload during testing is one

Database Installation Guide for Linux x86, 10g Release 2 (10.2)

Getting Started with Oracle Database

5 Getting Started with Oracle DatabaseThis chapter provides information about the default preconfigured database, including information about Oracle database accounts, passwords, and file locations. It includes information about the following topics: Checking the Installed Oracle Database Contents and Directory Location Logging In to Oracle Enterprise Manager Database Control Managing Automatic Storage Management Reviewing Accounts and

Database Installation Guide for Linux Itanium, 10g Release 2 (10.2)

Managing Oracle Database Port Numbers

D Managing Oracle Database Port NumbersDuring installation, Oracle Universal Installer assigns port numbers to components from a set of default port numbers. This appendix lists the default port numbers and describes how to change the assigned port after installation. It includes information about the following topics: About Managing Ports Viewing Port Numbers and Access URLs Port Numbers and Protocols of Oracle Components Changing the

Database Installation Guide for Linux Itanium, 10g Release 2 (10.2)

Installation Tasks

3 Installation TasksThe Oracle Database software is available on disc (DVD) or you can download it from the Oracle Technology Network Web site. In most cases, you use the graphical user interface (GUI) provided by Oracle Universal Installer to install the software. However, you can also use Oracle Universal Installer to complete silent-mode installations, without using the GUI. See Also: Appendix A for information about

Database Installation Guide for Linux on POWER, 10g Release 2 (10.2)

Removing Oracle Software

6 Removing Oracle SoftwareThis chapter describes how to completely remove all Oracle databases, instances, and software from an Oracle home directory. It includes information about the following topics: Overview Identifying All Instances Removing an Oracle Database Removing an Automatic Storage Management Instance Reconfiguring Oracle Cluster Synchronization Services Removing Oracle Software See Also: If you want to remove

Database Performance Tuning Guide, 10g Release 2 (10.2)

Performance Planning

Performance PlanningPart II Performance Planning Part II describes ways to improve Oracle performance by starting with sound application design and using statistics to monitor application performance. It explains the Oracle Performance Improvement Method, as well as emergency performance techniques for dealing with performance problems. The chapters in this part include: Chapter 2, \"Designing and Developing for Performance\"

Database Installation Guide for Linux x86-64, 10g Release 2 (10.2)

Installing and Configuring Oracle Database Using Response Files

A Installing and Configuring Oracle Database Using Response FilesThis appendix describes how to install and configure Oracle products using response files. It includes information about the following topics: How Response Files Work Creating the oraInst.loc File Preparing a Response File Running Oracle Universal Installer Using a Response File Running NetCA Using a Response File Running Database Configuration Assistant Using a Response File

Database Installation Guide for Linux x86-64, 10g Release 2 (10.2)

Frequently Asked Questions About Installation

H Frequently Asked Questions About InstallationUse the following guidelines to decide how to install Oracle Database components: Installing Oracle Database or Oracle Database Client Installing Oracle Database Tools Installing Oracle Database with Oracle Applications Installing Oracle Database Heterogeneous Connectivity Tools (Gateways)

Database Installation Guide for Linux on POWER, 10g Release 2 (10.2)

Database Installation Guide - Contents

ContentsTitle and Copyright Information Preface Audience Documentation Accessibility Command Syntax Accessing Documentation Related Documentation Typographic Conventions 1 Installation Overview 1.1 Overview of Oracle Database Installation 1.2 Oracle Database Installation Methods 1.2.1 Interactive Installation Methods 1.2.2 Automated Installation Methods Using Response Files 1.3 Oracle Database Installation

Database Installation Guide for Linux on POWER, 10g Release 2 (10.2)

Troubleshooting

E TroubleshootingT his appendix contains information about troubleshooting. It includes information about the following topics: Verify Requirements X Window Display Errors What to Do If an Installation Error Occurs? Reviewing the Log of an Installation Session Troubleshooting Configuration Assistants Silent-Mode Response File Error Handling Cleaning Up After a Failed Installation

Database Installation Guide for Linux Itanium, 10g Release 2 (10.2)

Getting Started with Oracle Database

5 Getting Started with Oracle DatabaseThis chapter provides information about the default preconfigured database, including information about Oracle database accounts, passwords, and file locations. It includes information about the following topics: Checking the Installed Oracle Database Contents and Directory Location Logging In to Oracle Enterprise Manager Database Control Managing Automatic Storage Management Reviewing Accounts and

Database Installation Guide for Linux Itanium, 10g Release 2 (10.2)

Troubleshooting

F TroubleshootingT his appendix contains information about troubleshooting. It includes information about the following topics: Verify Requirements X Window Display Errors What to Do If an Installation Error Occurs? Reviewing the Log of an Installation Session Troubleshooting Configuration Assistants Silent-Mode Response File Error Handling Cleaning Up After a Failed Installation

Database Installation Guide for Linux x86, 10g Release 2 (10.2)

Troubleshooting

G TroubleshootingT his appendix contains information about troubleshooting. It includes information about the following topics: Verify Requirements X Window Display Errors What to Do If an Installation Error Occurs? Reviewing the Log of an Installation Session Troubleshooting Configuration Assistants Silent-Mode Response File Error Handling Cleaning Up After a Failed Installation

Database Installation Guide for Linux Itanium, 10g Release 2 (10.2)

Optimal Flexible Architecture

C Optimal Flexible ArchitectureThis appendix describes the Optimal Flexible Architecture standard. The standard is a set of configuration guidelines created to ensure reliable Oracle installations that require little maintenance. It includes information about the following topics: Overview of the Optimal Flexible Architecture Standard Changes to the Optimal Flexible Architecture for Oracle Database 10 g Implementing Optimal Flexible

Database Installation Guide for Linux x86-64, 10g Release 2 (10.2)

Managing Oracle Database Port Numbers

E Managing Oracle Database Port NumbersDuring installation, Oracle Universal Installer assigns port numbers to components from a set of default port numbers. This appendix lists the default port numbers and describes how to change the assigned port after installation. It includes information about the following topics: About Managing Ports Viewing Port Numbers and Access URLs Port Numbers and Protocols of Oracle Components Changing the

Database Installation Guide for Linux x86, 10g Release 2 (10.2)

Database Installation Guide - Contents

ContentsTitle and Copyright Information Preface Audience Documentation Accessibility Command Syntax Accessing Documentation Related Documentation Typographic Conventions 1 Installation Overview 1.1 Overview of Oracle Database Installation 1.2 Oracle Database Installation Methods 1.2.1 Interactive Installation Methods 1.2.2 Automated Installation Methods Using Response Files 1.3 Oracle Database Installation

Database Installation Guide for Linux Itanium, 10g Release 2 (10.2)

Database Installation Guide - Contents

ContentsTitle and Copyright Information Preface Audience Documentation Accessibility Command Syntax Accessing Documentation Related Documentation Typographic Conventions 1 Installation Overview 1.1 Overview of Oracle Database Installation 1.2 Oracle Database Installation Methods 1.2.1 Interactive Installation Methods 1.2.2 Automated Installation Methods Using Response Files 1.3 Oracle Database Installation

Database Installation Guide for Linux x86-64, 10g Release 2 (10.2)

Installation Tasks

3 Installation TasksThe Oracle Database software is available on disc (DVD) or you can download it from the Oracle Technology Network Web site. In most cases, you use the graphical user interface (GUI) provided by Oracle Universal Installer to install the software. However, you can also use Oracle Universal Installer to complete silent-mode installations, without using the GUI. See Also: Appendix A for information about

Database Installation Guide for Linux Itanium, 10g Release 2 (10.2)

Installing and Configuring Oracle Database Using Response Files

A Installing and Configuring Oracle Database Using Response FilesThis appendix describes how to install and configure Oracle products using response files. It includes information about the following topics: How Response Files Work Creating the oraInst.loc File Preparing a Response File Running Oracle Universal Installer Using a Response File Running NetCA Using a Response File Running Database Configuration Assistant Using a Response File

Database Installation Guide for Linux on POWER, 10g Release 2 (10.2)

Optimal Flexible Architecture

B Optimal Flexible ArchitectureThis appendix describes the Optimal Flexible Architecture standard. The standard is a set of configuration guidelines created to ensure reliable Oracle installations that require little maintenance. It includes information about the following topics: Overview of the Optimal Flexible Architecture Standard Changes to the Optimal Flexible Architecture for Oracle Database 10 g Implementing Optimal Flexible

Database Installation Guide for Linux Itanium, 10g Release 2 (10.2)

Using NAS Devices

B Using NAS DevicesIf you have a network attached storage (NAS) device that has been certified through the Oracle Storage Compatibility Program (OSCP), you can use it to store the Oracle software, the Oracle database files, or both. This appendix provides guidelines for using a NAS storage device for Oracle software and database files. It includes information about the following: General Configuration Guidelines for

Database Performance Tuning Guide, 10g Release 2 (10.2)

Performance Tuning

Performance TuningPart I Performance Tuning Part I provides an introduction and overview of performance tuning. The chapter in this part is: Chapter 1, \"Performance Tuning Overview\"

Database Installation Guide for Linux Itanium, 10g Release 2 (10.2)

Postinstallation Tasks

4 Postinstallation TasksThis chapter describes how to complete postinstallation tasks after you have installed the software. It includes information about the following sections: Required Postinstallation Tasks Recommended Postinstallation Tasks Required Product-Specific Postinstallation Tasks Installing Oracle Database 10 g Products from the Companion CD You must perform the tasks listed in the \"Required Postinstallation

Database Installation Guide for Linux x86, 10g Release 2 (10.2)

Postinstallation Tasks

4 Postinstallation TasksThis chapter describes how to complete postinstallation tasks after you have installed the software. It includes information about the following sections: Required Postinstallation Tasks Recommended Postinstallation Tasks Required Product-Specific Postinstallation Tasks Installing Oracle Database 10 g Products from the Companion CD You must perform the tasks listed in the \"Required Postinstallation

Database Installation Guide for Linux x86-64, 10g Release 2 (10.2)

Postinstallation Tasks

4 Postinstallation TasksThis chapter describes how to complete postinstallation tasks after you have installed the software. It includes information about the following sections: Required Postinstallation Tasks Recommended Postinstallation Tasks Required Product-Specific Postinstallation Tasks Installing Oracle Database 10 g Products from the Companion CD You must perform the tasks listed in the \"Required Postinstallation

Database Installation Guide for Linux x86, 10g Release 2 (10.2)

Optimal Flexible Architecture

D Optimal Flexible ArchitectureThis appendix describes the Optimal Flexible Architecture standard. The standard is a set of configuration guidelines created to ensure reliable Oracle installations that require little maintenance. It includes information about the following topics: Overview of the Optimal Flexible Architecture Standard Changes to the Optimal Flexible Architecture for Oracle Database 10 g Implementing Optimal Flexible

Database Installation Guide for Linux x86-64, 10g Release 2 (10.2)

Database Installation Guide - Contents

ContentsTitle and Copyright Information Preface Audience Documentation Accessibility Command Syntax Accessing Documentation Related Documentation Typographic Conventions 1 Installation Overview 1.1 Overview of Oracle Database Installation 1.2 Oracle Database Installation Methods 1.2.1 Interactive Installation Methods 1.2.2 Automated Installation Methods Using Response Files 1.3 Oracle Database Installation

Database Installation Guide for Linux on POWER, 10g Release 2 (10.2)

Oracle Database Installation Guide, 10g Release 2 (10.2) for Linux on POWER

Oracle® DatabaseInstallation Guide 10 g Release 2 (10.2) for Linux on POWER B25147-01 November 2005 Oracle Database Installation Guide, 10 g Release 2 (10.2) for Linux on POWER B25147-01 Copyright © 2005, Oracle. All rights reserved. Primary Authors: Apolina Das, Sanjay Sharma, Lyju Vadassery Contributing Authors: Kevin Flood, Pat Huey, Clara Jaeckel, Emily Murphy, Terri Winters Contributors: David Austin, Subhranshu

Database Installation Guide for Linux on POWER, 10g Release 2 (10.2)

Postinstallation Tasks

4 Postinstallation TasksThis chapter describes how to complete postinstallation tasks after you have installed the software. It includes information about the following sections: Required Postinstallation Tasks Recommended Postinstallation Tasks Required Product-Specific Postinstallation Tasks Installing Oracle Database 10 g Products from the Companion CD You must perform the tasks listed in the \"Required Postinstallation

Database Installation Guide for Linux x86, 10g Release 2 (10.2)

Installation Overview

1 Installation OverviewThis chapter describes the different types of Oracle Database installations that you can perform, and issues that you should consider before installing the software. It includes information about the following topics: Overview of Oracle Database Installation Oracle Database Installation Methods Oracle Database Installation Types Database Configuration Options Available Installation Options Installation

Database Installation Guide for Linux x86, 10g Release 2 (10.2)

Installing and Configuring Oracle Database Using Response Files

A Installing and Configuring Oracle Database Using Response FilesThis appendix describes how to install and configure Oracle products using response files. It includes information about the following topics: How Response Files Work Creating the oraInst.loc File Preparing a Response File Running Oracle Universal Installer Using a Response File Running NetCA Using a Response File Running Database Configuration Assistant Using a Response File

Database Performance Tuning Guide, 10g Release 2 (10.2)

SQL Performance Analyzer

22 SQL Performance AnalyzerSystem changes that affect SQL execution plans, such as upgrading a database or adding new indexes, can severely impact SQL performance. As a result, DBAs spend considerable time identifying and fixing SQL statements that have regressed due to a change. SQL Performance Analyzer automates the process of assessing the overall effect of a change on the full SQL workload by identifying performance divergence

Database Installation Guide for Linux x86, 10g Release 2 (10.2)

Preinstallation Tasks

2 Preinstallation TasksThis chapter describes the tasks that you must complete before you start Oracle Universal Installer. It includes information about the following tasks: Logging In to the System as root Checking the Hardware Requirements Checking the Software Requirements Checking the Network Setup Creating Required Operating System Groups and User s Configuring Kernel Parameters Identifying Required Software Directories

Database Installation Guide for Linux x86-64, 10g Release 2 (10.2)

Cloning an Oracle Home

C Cloning an Oracle HomeCloning an Oracle home involves creating a copy of the Oracle home and then configuring it for a new environment. If you are performing multiple Oracle Database installations, then you may want to use this method to create each Oracle home, because copying files from an existing Oracle Database installation takes less time than creating a new version of them. This method is also useful if the Oracle

Database Performance Tuning Guide, 10g Release 2 (10.2)

Database Performance Tuning Guide - Contents

ContentsTitle and Copyright Information Preface Audience Documentation Accessibility Related Documents Conventions What's New in Oracle Performance? Part I Performance Tuning 1 Performance Tuning Overview 1.1 Introduction to Performance Tuning 1.1.1 Performance Planning 1.1.2 Instance Tuning 1.1.3 SQL Tuning 1.2 Introduction to Performance Tuning Features and Tools 1.2.1 Automatic Performance Tuning Features

Database Installation Guide for Linux x86, 10g Release 2 (10.2)

Cloning an Oracle Home

B Cloning an Oracle HomeCloning an Oracle home involves creating a copy of the Oracle home and then configuring it for a new environment. If you are performing multiple Oracle Database installations, then you may want to use this method to create each Oracle home, because copying files from an existing Oracle Database installation takes less time than creating a new version of them. This method is also useful if the Oracle

Database Installation Guide for Linux Itanium, 10g Release 2 (10.2)

Removing Oracle Software

6 Removing Oracle SoftwareThis chapter describes how to completely remove all Oracle databases, instances, and software from an Oracle home directory. It includes information about the following topics: Overview Identifying All Instances Removing an Oracle Database Removing an Automatic Storage Management Instance Reconfiguring Oracle Cluster Synchronization Services Removing Oracle Software See Also: If you want to remove

Database Installation Guide for Linux x86-64, 10g Release 2 (10.2)

Installation Overview

1 Installation OverviewThis chapter describes the different types of Oracle Database installations that you can perform, and issues that you should consider before installing the software. It includes information about the following topics: Overview of Oracle Database Installation Oracle Database Installation Methods Oracle Database Installation Types Database Configuration Options Available Installation Options Installation

Database Installation Guide for Linux x86-64, 10g Release 2 (10.2)

Troubleshooting

G TroubleshootingT his appendix contains information about troubleshooting. It includes information about the following topics: Verify Requirements X Window Display Errors What to Do If an Installation Error Occurs? Reviewing the Log of an Installation Session Troubleshooting Configuration Assistants Silent-Mode Response File Error Handling Cleaning Up After a Failed Installation

Database Installation Guide for Linux x86-64, 10g Release 2 (10.2)

Getting Started with Oracle Database

5 Getting Started with Oracle DatabaseThis chapter provides information about the default preconfigured database, including information about Oracle database accounts, passwords, and file locations. It includes information about the following topics: Checking the Installed Oracle Database Contents and Directory Location Logging In to Oracle Enterprise Manager Database Control Managing Automatic Storage Management Reviewing Accounts and

Database Installation Guide for Linux x86, 10g Release 2 (10.2)

Oracle Database Installation Guide, 10g Release 2 (10.2) for Linux x86

Oracle® DatabaseInstallation Guide 10 g Release 2 (10.2) for Linux x86 B15660-02 November 2005 Oracle Database Installation Guide, 10 g Release 2 (10.2) for Linux x86 B15660-02 Copyright © 2005, Oracle. All rights reserved. Primary Authors: Apolina Das, Sanjay Sharma, Lyju Vadassery Contributing Authors: Kevin Flood, Pat Huey, Clara Jaeckel, Emily Murphy, Terri Winters Contributors: David Austin, Subhranshu Banerjee,

Database Installation Guide for Linux Itanium, 10g Release 2 (10.2)

Installation Overview

1 Installation OverviewThis chapter describes the different types of Oracle Database installations that you can perform, and issues that you should consider before installing the software. It includes information about the following topics: Overview of Oracle Database Installation Oracle Database Installation Methods Oracle Database Installation Types Database Configuration Options Available Installation Options Installation

Database Installation Guide for Linux on POWER, 10g Release 2 (10.2)

Installing and Configuring Oracle Database Using Response Files

A Installing and Configuring Oracle Database Using Response FilesThis appendix describes how to install and configure Oracle products using response files. It includes information about the following topics: How Response Files Work Creating the oraInst.loc File Preparing a Response File Running Oracle Universal Installer Using a Response File Running NetCA Using a Response File Running Database Configuration Assistant Using a Response File

Database Installation Guide for Linux on POWER, 10g Release 2 (10.2)

Preinstallation Tasks

2 Preinstallation TasksThis chapter describes the tasks that you must complete before you start Oracle Universal Installer. It includes information about the following tasks: Logging In to the System as root Checking the Hardware Requirements Checking the Software Requirements Checking the Network Setup Creating Required Operating System Groups and User s Configuring Kernel Parameters Identifying Required Software Directories