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Oracle Database 11g installation in Oracle Linux 6.2 - Pre-request


By on October 05, 2013


Download Oracle Database software supported by Linux

There will 2 parts with the zip format

1. Linux.x64_11gR2_database_1of2.zip
2. Linux.x64_11gR2_database_2of2.zip

Unzip the .zip files in Linux terminal using the command

Unzip <file name.zip>

It will create a single folder with the name of “database”

Example

Unzip Linux.x64_11gR2_database_1of2.zip
Unzip Linux.x64_11gR2_database_2of2.zip
Oracle Database 11g installation
Oracle Database 11g installation

Check the database folder which contains all the related files or not.

Oracle Database 11g installation
Oracle Database 11g installation



Edit the “/etc/hosts” file for configuring host server name.

Go to the location and change the host name, ip address and machine name.

Oracle Database 11g installation
Oracle Database 11g installation

Format :
<Ip Address> <Host Name> <Domain Name>

Open in terminal use the commands
[root@oracle:~]vi /etc/hosts

Click ‘I’ to insert the value by manually then to save use “:wq!”.


Edit the list of Kernel parameters file

Check the kernel file parameter if it look more than default

Oracle Database 11g installation
Oracle Database 11g installation

Compare this with by using the command in terminal

[root@oracle:~]vi /etc/sysctl.conf

Oracle Database 11g installation
Oracle Database 11g installation

Adding for database installation

Oracle Database 11g installation
Oracle Database 11g installation
These kernel values are adding by using the command, in the “/etc/sysctl.conf
By pressing ‘I’ for insert and save using “:wq!”
Oracle Database 11g installation
Oracle Database 11g installation
After saving the kernel parameters values, use the command to check whether it got impacted or not.
Command: /sbin/sysctl –p or sysctl –p

Oracle Database 11g installation
Oracle Database 11g installation
Next step is to config the limits of security (users) process.
Soft – Warning
Hard – Limit
By using the command, add the config limits.
Go to that location security

[root@oracle secuirty] # vi limits.conf
Oracle Database 11g installation
Oracle Database 11g installation

Apply the soft and hard values

Add for oracle installation
<Domain>   <type>                  <item>                  <value>
Oracle                   soft              nproc          2047
Oracle                   hard            nproc          16384
Oracle                   soft              nofile          4096
Oracle                   hard            nofile          65536
Oracle                   soft              stack           10240

Oracle Database 11g installation
Oracle Database 11g installation

Install the Packages through yum.

Run Yum installation repository configuration which is used to install related packages for database and Linux.


List of packages

Binutils-2.*
Using the command yum

[root@oracle security]# yum install binutils-2.*

It will install all the packages related to bin utils
Oracle Database 11g installation
Oracle Database 11g installation
Compat-libstdc++-33

Using the command install the package yum

[root@oracle security]# yum install compat-libstdc++-33.*

It will install all the packages related to compat-libstdc

Oracle Database 11g installation
Oracle Database 11g installation

Do the same for all these packages. List shown below

Use the yum command to install all these packages

Yum install package name

Elfutils-libelf*
gcc-4.*
gcc-c++-4.*
glibc-2.*
glibc-common-2.*
glibc-devel-2.*
glibc-headers-2.*
ksh*
libaio-0.*
libaio-devel-0.*
libgomp-4.*
libgcc-4.*
libstdc++-4.*
libstdc++-devel-4.*
make-3.*
sysstat-7.*
unixodbc-2.*
uixodbc-devel-2.*
numactl-devel-*


Now Install Oracle Database in Oracle Linux 6.2


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