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Oracle Installation and Database Creation

First set up the system with suitable tuning parameters such as:

  • Shared Memory and Swap memory

  • Virtual memory parameters

  • Process subsystem parameters

  • Real time subsystem parameters

  • IPC parameters

  • iNet parameters

  • RDG subsystem parameters

Then set up the Oracle environment with tasks such as:

  • Create users account oracle with the help of adduser command.

  • Create system directories.

  • Set up the Oracle environment variables like ORACLE_HOME.

  • Make OFA directories.

Now, install the Oracle software by running the runInstaller. At the end, create the necessary CDSL (context dependent symbolic links) and create the listener.

Now the database is ready to be created, either with the DBCA tool or manually. The manual details are covered at the end of this chapter.

For detailed instructions, refer to the white paper ‘Step-By-Step Installation of RAC on Compaq Tru64 UNIX Cluster’ (Oracle Metalink Note: 175480.1).

For more information, see the book Oracle 11g Grid and Real Application Clusters 30% off if you buy it directly from Rampant TechPress . 

Written by top Oracle experts, this RAC book has a complete online code depot with ready to use RAC scripts.




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