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Grid Infrastructure Installation Guide for Linux, 12c Release 1 (12.1)

Oracle Grid Infrastructure for a Cluster Installation Concepts

E.1 Understanding Preinstallation ConfigurationThis section reviews concepts about Oracle Grid Infrastructure for a cluster preinstallation tasks

Grid Infrastructure Installation Guide for Linux, 12c Release 1 (12.1)

Configuring Operating Systems for Oracle Grid Infrastructure and Oracle RAC

4.1.4 About the Oracle Preinstallation RPMLinux customer, then you can complete most preinstallation configuration tasks by using the Oracle … Preinstallation RPM, available from the Oracle Linux Network, or available on the 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

Grid Infrastructure Installation Guide for Linux, 12c Release 1 (12.1)

How to Complete Preinstallation Tasks Manually

F How to Complete Preinstallation Tasks ManuallyThis appendix provides instructions to complete configuration tasks manually that Cluster Verification Utility (CVU) and Oracle Universal Installer (OUI) normally complete during installation using Fixup scripts. Use this appendix as a guide if you cannot use Fixup scripts. This appendix contains the following information: Configuring SSH Manually on All Cluster Nodes Configuring Kernel Parameters

Database Installation Guide for Linux, 12c Release 1 (12.1)

Installing Oracle Database

7.1 Preinstallation Considerationstasks listed in Chapter 4, \" Oracle Database Preinstallation Tasks\".

Grid Infrastructure Installation Guide for Linux, 12c Release 1 (12.1)

Automatically Configuring Oracle Linux with Oracle Preinstallation RPM

3.4 Installing the Oracle Preinstallation RPM From DVDs or ImagesUse the following procedure to install the Oracle Preinstallation RPM from the Oracle Linux … System Tools window opens. Select the Oracle Preinstallation RPM package box from the package list, and

Grid Infrastructure Installation Guide for Linux, 12c Release 1 (12.1)

Automatically Configuring Oracle Linux with Oracle Preinstallation RPM

3.2 Installing the Oracle Preinstallation RPM From Unbreakable Linux NetworkUse the following procedure to subscribe to Oracle Linux channels, and to add the Oracle Linux channel that distributes the Oracle RDBMS Server 12 c R1 RPM: Complete a default Oracle Linux workstation installation, or a default Red Hat Enterprise Linux installation. You can download Oracle Linux from the Oracle Software Delivery Cloud: https://edelivery.oracle.com/linux Register your server with Unbreakable

Grid Infrastructure Installation Guide for Linux, 12c Release 1 (12.1)

Automatically Configuring Oracle Linux with Oracle Preinstallation RPM

3 Automatically Configuring Oracle Linux with Oracle Preinstallation RPM, run the Oracle Preinstallation RPM. For Oracle Linux 5, run the Oracle Validated RPM. This chapter … Oracle Preinstallation RPM From Unbreakable Linux Network Installing Oracle Linux with Oracle Linux … Yum Server Support Installing the Oracle Preinstallation RPM From DVDs or Images Additional

Database Installation Guide for Linux, 12c Release 1 (12.1)

Oracle Database Preinstallation Tasks

4 Oracle Database Preinstallation Taskspreinstallation tasks Chapter 5, \"Configuring Users, Groups and Environments for Oracle Database … Server\" \"Preinstallation Requirements\" section in Oracle Configuration Manager Installation and

Database Installation Guide for Linux, 12c Release 1 (12.1)

How to Complete Preinstallation Tasks Manually

D How to Complete Preinstallation Tasks ManuallyThis appendix provides instructions for how to complete configuration tasks manually that Cluster Verification Utility (CVU) and Oracle Universal Installer normally complete during installation. Use this appendix as a guide if you cannot use the fixup script. This appendix contains the following information: Configuring Kernel Parameters for Linux Setting UDP and TCP Kernel Parameters Manually Configuring

Database Installation Guide for Linux, 12c Release 1 (12.1)

Oracle Database Preinstallation Tasks

4.1.4 About the Oracle Preinstallation RPMLinux customer, then you can complete most preinstallation configuration tasks by using the Oracle … Preinstallation RPM, available from the Oracle Linux Network, or available on the 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

Grid Infrastructure Installation Guide for Linux, 12c Release 1 (12.1)

How to Complete Preinstallation Tasks Manually

F.2 Configuring Kernel ParametersThis section contains the following: Minimum Parameter Settings for Installation Additional Parameter and Kernel Settings for SUSE Linux Enterprise Server Note: The kernel parameter and shell limit values shown in the following section are recommended values only. For production database systems, Oracle recommends that you tune these values to optimize the performance of the system. Refer to your

Grid Infrastructure Installation Guide for Linux, 12c Release 1 (12.1)

How to Complete Preinstallation Tasks Manually

F.4.2 Configuring Disk Devices Manually for Oracle ASMThis section contains the following information about preparing disk devices for use by Oracle ASM: About Device File Names and Ownership for Linux Configuring a Permissions File for Disk Devices for Oracle ASM Note: The operation of udev depends on the Linux version, vendor, and storage configuration. F.4.2.1 About Device File Names and Ownership for Linux By default, the device file naming scheme

Grid Infrastructure Installation Guide for Linux, 12c Release 1 (12.1)

How to Complete Preinstallation Tasks Manually

F.4 Configuring Storage Paths and Disk DevicesFor persistent device naming, you can configure ASMLIB or set udev rules. This section consists of the following: Configuring Storage Device Path Persistence Using Oracle ASMLIB Configuring Disk Devices Manually for Oracle ASM

Grid Infrastructure Installation Guide for Linux, 12c Release 1 (12.1)

How to Complete Preinstallation Tasks Manually

F.1.3 Enabling SSH User Equivalency on Cluster NodesAfter you have copied the authorized_keys file that contains all keys to each node in the cluster, complete the following procedure, in the order listed. In this example, the Oracle Grid Infrastructure software owner is named grid: On the system where you want to run OUI, log in as the grid user. Use the following command syntax, where hostname1, hostname2, and so on, are the public host names (alias

Grid Infrastructure Installation Guide for Linux, 12c Release 1 (12.1)

How to Complete Preinstallation Tasks Manually

F.2.1 Minimum Parameter Settings for InstallationDuring installation, or when you run the Cluster Verification Utility (cluvfy) with the flag -fixup, a fixup script is generated. This script updates required kernel parameters if necessary to minimum values. If you cannot use the fixup scripts, then review Table F-1 to set values manually: Table F-1 Minimum Operating System Parameter Settings for Installation on Linux Parameter Value File semmsl

Grid Infrastructure Installation Guide for Linux, 12c Release 1 (12.1)

How to Complete Preinstallation Tasks Manually

F.4.1 Configuring Storage Device Path Persistence Using Oracle ASMLIBOracle recommends that you use Oracle ASM Filter Driver (ASMFD) to maintain device persistence. However, you can choose to use ASMLIB for device persistence. Review the following section to configure Oracle ASMLIB: About Oracle ASM with Oracle ASMLIB Configuring Oracle ASMLIB to Maintain Block Devices Configuring Oracle ASMLIB for Multipath Disks Deinstalling Oracle ASMLIB Note: Oracle ASMLIB is not

Grid Infrastructure Installation Guide for Linux, 12c Release 1 (12.1)

How to Complete Preinstallation Tasks Manually

F.1.2 Configuring SSH on Cluster NodesTo configure SSH, you must first create RSA or DSA keys on each cluster node, and then copy all the keys generated on all cluster node members into an authorized keys file that is identical on each node. Note that the SSH files must be readable only by root and by the software installation user ( oracle, grid ), as SSH ignores a private key file if it is accessible by others. In the examples that

Grid Infrastructure Installation Guide for Linux, 12c Release 1 (12.1)

How to Complete Preinstallation Tasks Manually

F.2.2 Additional Parameter and Kernel Settings for SUSE Linux Enterprise ServerOn SUSE Linux Enterprise Server systems only, complete the following steps as needed: Enter the following command to cause the system to read the /etc/sysctl.conf file when it restarts: # /sbin/chkconfig boot.sysctl on Enter the GID of the oinstall group as the value for the parameter /proc/sys/vm/hugetlb_shm_group. Doing this grants members of oinstall a group permission to create shared memory segments.

Grid Infrastructure Installation Guide for Linux, 12c Release 1 (12.1)

How to Complete Preinstallation Tasks Manually

F.1 Configuring SSH Manually on All Cluster NodesPasswordless SSH configuration is a mandatory installation requirement. SSH is used during installation to configure cluster member nodes, and SSH is used after installation by configuration assistants, Oracle Enterprise Manager, Opatch, and other features. Automatic Passwordless SSH configuration using OUI creates RSA encryption keys on all nodes of the cluster. If you have system restrictions that

Grid Infrastructure Installation Guide for Linux, 12c Release 1 (12.1)

How to Complete Preinstallation Tasks Manually

F.1.1 Checking Existing SSH Configuration on the SystemTo determine if SSH is running, enter the following command: $ pgrep sshd If SSH is running, then the response to this command is one or more process ID numbers. In the home directory of the installation software owner ( grid, oracle ), use the command ls -al to ensure that the.ssh directory is owned and writable only by the user. You need either an RSA or a DSA key for the SSH protocol. RSA is used