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D.1 Understanding Preinstallation Configuration → This section reviews concepts about Oracle Grid Infrastructure for a Cluster preinstallation tasks
1.3 Preinstallation Steps Requiring Manual Tasks → , \"Advanced Installation Oracle Grid Infrastructure for a Cluster Preinstallation Tasks\" and Chapter 3
1.2 Preinstallation Steps Completed Using Typical Installation → ) generates Fixup scripts ( runfixup.sh ) that you can run to complete required preinstallation steps
Oracle Preinstallation RPM (formerly Oracle Validated RPM) → Preinstallation RPM (formerly Oracle Validated RPM) The Oracle Preinstallation RPM can be installed on servers … Linux Network (ULN). This RPM completes most preinstallation configuration tasks required for
4.1 Preinstallation Considerations → tasks listed in Chapter 2, \" Oracle Database Preinstallation Tasks\".
2.1.6 Installing the Oracle Preinstallation RPM From DVDs or Images → Use the following procedure to install the Oracle Preinstallation RPM from the Oracle Linux … the Oracle Preinstallation RPM package box from the package list, and click Next. Complete the
2.1.4 About the Oracle Preinstallation and Oracle Validated RPMs → complete most preinstallation configuration tasks by using the Oracle Preinstallation RPM or Oracle … Oracle Linux DVDs. Using the Oracle Preinstallation RPM is not required, but Oracle recommends you use … it to save time in setting up your cluster servers. When it is installed, the Oracle Preinstallation … parameters
2 Oracle Database Preinstallation Tasks → Oracle Grid Infrastructure Installation\" before you proceed with the database preinstallation tasks. It … Oracle Grid Infrastructure Installation\" \"Preinstallation Requirements\" section in Oracle
2.1.5 Installing the Oracle Preinstallation or Oracle Validated RPM with ULN Support → , and to add the Oracle Linux channel that distributes the Oracle Preinstallation RPM or Oracle
2 Advanced Installation Oracle Grid Infrastructure for a Cluster Preinstallation Tasks → This chapter describes the system configuration tasks that you must complete before you start Oracle Universal Installer (OUI) to install Oracle Grid Infrastructure for a cluster, and that you may need to complete if you intend to install Oracle Real Application Clusters (Oracle RAC) on the cluster. This chapter contains the following topics: About Installing the Linux Operating System Reviewing Upgrade
2 Oracle Database Preinstallation Requirements → \" before you proceed with the database preinstallation tasks. It includes information about the
2.1.4 About the Oracle Preinstallation RPMs and Oracle Validated RPMs → If your Linux distribution is Oracle Linux, then you can complete most preinstallation … configuration tasks by using the Oracle Preinstallation RPM or Oracle Validated RPM for your release, which is … Preinstallation RPM is not required, but Oracle recommends you use it to save time in setting up your … cluster servers. When
2.10 Verifying UDP and TCP Kernel Parameters → Set TCP/IP ephemeral port range parameters to provide enough ephemeral ports for the anticipated server workload. Ensure that the lower range is set to at least 9000 or higher, to avoid Well Known ports, and to avoid ports in the Registered Ports range commonly used by Oracle and other server ports. Set the port range high enough to avoid reserved ports for any applications you may intend to use.
2.5.7 Example of Creating Role-allocated Groups, Users, and Paths → The following is an example of how to create role-allocated groups and users that is compliant with an Optimal Flexible Architecture (OFA) deployment: # groupadd -g 1000 oinstall # groupadd -g 1020 asmadmin # groupadd -g 1021 asmdba # groupadd -g 1031 dba1 # groupadd -g 1041 dba2 # groupadd -g 1022 asmoper # useradd -u 1100 -g oinstall -G asmadmin,asmdba grid # useradd -u 1101 -g oinstall -G dba1,asmdba
2.15 Configuring Grid Infrastructure Software Owner User Environments → You run the installer software with the Oracle Grid Infrastructure installation owner user account ( oracle or grid ). However, before you start the installer, you must configure the environment of the installation owner user account. Also, create other required Oracle software owners, if needed. This section contains the following topics: Environment Requirements for Oracle Grid Infrastructure Software
2.7.8 Network Interface Configuration Options → The precise configuration you choose for your network depends on the size and use of the cluster you want to configure, and the level of availability you require. If certified Network-attached Storage (NAS) is used for Oracle RAC and this storage is connected through Ethernet-based networks, then you must have a third network interface for NAS I/O. Failing to provide three separate interfaces in this
2.6.2 Server Hardware Requirements → Each system must meet the following minimum hardware requirements: At least 1024 x 768 display resolution, so that OUI displays correctly. 1 GB of space in the /tmp directory. 6.6 GB of space for the Oracle Grid Infrastructure for a Cluster home (Grid home) This includes Oracle Clusterware and Oracle ASM files and log files, ACFS log files, and includes the Cluster Health Monitor repository, if available
2.8 Identifying Software Requirements → Depending on the products that you intend to install, verify that the following operating system software is installed on the system. To check these requirements refer to the section \"Checking the Software Requirements\", following this section. Requirements listed here are current as of the initial release date. To obtain the most current information about kernel requirements, refer to the online
2.8.3 Software Requirements list for IBM: Linux on System z → Ensure that OpenSSH is installed on your servers. OpenSSH is the required SSH software. Table 2-11 IBM: Linux on System z Package Requirements Item Requirement Operating systems Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4 SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 Kernel version The system must be running the following
2.12 Installing the cvuqdisk Package for Linux → Install the operating system package cvuqdisk. Without cvuqdisk, Cluster Verification Utility cannot discover shared disks, and you receive the error message \" Package cvuqdisk not installed\" when you run Cluster Verification Utility. Use the cvuqdisk rpm for your hardware (for example, x86_64, or i386 ). To install the cvuqdisk RPM, complete the following procedure: Locate the cvuqdisk RPM package,