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Oracle Database 11gR2 64bit Linux Install Steps

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Prerequisites

  1. Install Oracle Enterprise Linux 64bit
  2. Setup or access a YUM Server and yum install oracle-validated
  3. As root
    • mkdir -p /u01/app/oracle
    • chown oracle:dba -R /u01/
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Expert Install

  1. Copy media to system and unzip
  2. This creates a "database" directory
    • cd to database
  3. run the installer
    • ./runInstaller
  4. Unselect check box for receiving oracle support updates, click next
  5. Accept warning about security notifications, click yes
  6. Select option to "create and configure a database", click next
  7. Select "desktop class" install to simplify the process, click next
  8. Modify the default locations to reflect the /u01 location, select a service name and an administrative password, note both on your worksheet, click next (05)
  9. Accept the default for the inventory directory, click next
  10. The install will perform some system checks
    • If you get an error here, did you follow the Oracle Enterprise Linux install instructions?
    • Did you install the oracle-validated package?
  11. Review and accept the installation summary, click finish
  12. The install proceeds
  13. The database configuration assistant will run to create the sample database
  14. When it completes click ok
  15. There are two scripts that need to be run as root
    • Login as root and execute the scripts, accept the defaults
    • When done click OK
  16. The installation completes and presents the address for Enterprise Manager, click close


Test Your Install

  1. Connect to the Enterprise Manager Console via https://yourserver:1158/em
  2. Login with sys and the administrative password you noted on your worksheet, remember to set the "connect as" option to sysdba
  3. After you've logged in you'll see the console home screen

Detailed Install

  1. Copy media to system and unzip
  2. This creates a "database" directory
    • cd to database
  3. run the installer
    • ./runInstaller
    OEL DB 11gR2 64bit screenshot-00.jpg

  4. Unselect check box for receiving oracle support updates, click next
    OEL DB 11gR2 64bit screenshot-01.jpg

  5. Accept warning about security notifications, click yes
    OEL DB 11gR2 64bit screenshot-02.jpg

  6. Select option to "create and configure a database", click next
    OEL DB 11gR2 64bit screenshot-03.jpg

  7. Select "desktop class" install to simplify the process, click next
    OEL DB 11gR2 64bit screenshot-04.jpg

  8. Modify the default locations to reflect the /u01 location, select a service name and an administrative password, note both on your worksheet, click next
    OEL DB 11gR2 64bit screenshot-05.jpg

  9. Accept the default for the inventory directory, click next
    OEL DB 11gR2 64bit screenshot-06.jpg

  10. The install will perform some system checks
    OEL DB 11gR2 64bit screenshot-07.jpg
    • If you get an error here, did you follow the Oracle Enterprise Linux install instructions?
    • Did you install the oracle-validated package?

  11. Review and accept the installation summary, click finish
    OEL DB 11gR2 64bit screenshot-08.jpg

  12. The install proceeds
    OEL DB 11gR2 64bit screenshot-09.jpg

  13. The database configuration assistant will run to create the sample database
    OEL DB 11gR2 64bit screenshot-10.jpg

  14. When it completes click OK
    OEL DB 11gR2 64bit screenshot-11.jpg

  15. There are two scripts that need to be run as root
    OEL DB 11gR2 64bit screenshot-13.jpg

    • Login as root and execute the scripts, accept the defaults
    OEL DB 11gR2 64bit screenshot-14.jpg

    OEL DB 11gR2 64bit screenshot-15.jpg
    • When done click OK

  16. The installation completes and presents the address for Enterprise Manager, click close
    OEL DB 11gR2 64bit screenshot-16.jpg


Test Your Install

  1. Connect to the Enterprise Manager Console via https://yourserver:1158/em
  2. Login with sys and the administrative password you noted on your worksheet, remember to set the "connect as" option to sysdba
    OEL DB 11gR2 64bit screenshot-17B.jpg

  3. After you've logged in you'll see the console home screen
    OEL DB 11gR2 64bit screenshot-18.jpg

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