Chapter 2. Installing Oracle VDI and Configuring Oracle VDI Centers

Table of Contents

2.1. About Oracle VDI Centers and Hosts
2.1.1. Single Oracle VDI Host Configuration
2.1.2. High Availability Configuration Using the Embedded MySQL Server Database
2.1.3. High Availability Configuration Using a Remote MySQL Database
2.2. Oracle VDI System Requirements
2.2.1. Oracle VDI Hardware Requirements
2.2.2. Supported Installation Platforms for Oracle VDI
2.2.3. Requirements for Oracle Linux Platforms
2.2.4. Requirements for Oracle Solaris 11 Platforms
2.2.5. Requirements for Oracle Solaris 10 Platforms
2.2.6. User Requirements
2.2.7. Network Requirements
2.2.8. Time Synchronization
2.2.9. Requirements for Using a Remote MySQL Database
2.2.10. Oracle VDI Centers in Virtualized Environments
2.2.11. Sun Ray Software
2.2.12. Sun Ray Operating Software
2.2.13. Oracle Virtual Desktop Client
2.3. Installing and Configuring Oracle VDI
2.3.1. Installing Oracle VDI
2.3.2. Configuring a New Oracle VDI Center
2.3.3. Adding a Host to an Oracle VDI Center
2.3.4. Removing a Host from an Oracle VDI Center
2.3.5. Reinstalling Oracle VDI
2.3.6. Uninstalling Oracle VDI
2.4. Updating Oracle VDI to Release 3.5
2.4.1. Oracle VDI Update Requirements
2.4.2. Updating an Oracle VDI Center
2.5. Firewall Ports and Protocols
2.5.1. Firewalls Between Clients and Oracle VDI
2.5.2. Firewalls Between Oracle VDI and User Directories
2.5.3. Firewalls Between Desktop Providers and Oracle VDI Centers
2.5.4. Firewalls Between the Hosts in an Oracle VDI Center