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  • Sachin Thapa 13:53 on May 28, 2016 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: document, installation, pdf, , rac installation,   

    RAC Installation Step by Step 

    Hi All,

    Please find the below link for RAC installation document for reference.

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  • Sachin Thapa 12:06 on November 22, 2014 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , installation, , Oracle Installation   

    Oracle Installation with screenshots 

    Oracle is very simple to install, it can be installed on a number of different operating systems. Basically when on installing on to a Unix server a number of pre-install steps must be taken before you install Oracle.

    The minimum disk and memory requirements are 1.5-2GB of disk space and at least 256MB RAM, however for more serious applications you would need a lot more than this (8GB – 32GB are not uncommon).

    As with any software you should consult the documentation for best practices and to get the best performance out of the software, Oracle is no different in that a good installation plan is required before you attempt to install and configure Oracle, however i will not explain how to do this, it would be best left to the Oracle documentation, which i highly recommend you read, especially the installation documentation and with each different Oracle version different settings are required.

    What i will attempt to cover is how to install Oracle on a very basic system using mostly the default setting which is ideal if you are just starting out as a junior Oracle DBA, i will not explain how to setup Windows or VMware there is plenty of documentation on the web.

    Oracle Flexible Architecture

    Oracle recommends a disk layout methodology which is called the Oracle Flexible Architecture (OFA), it helps to layout the directory structure so that multiple versions of oracle can run in harmony and to define a standard so that Oracle support can help more efficiently. These are only recommendations and you do not have to follow them, however the OFA was designed to minimize disk contention, to set a standard layout and to improve overall database performance. (More …)

     
  • Sachin Thapa 14:33 on November 21, 2014 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Grid Control VM setup, installation, Logical Standby Database VM setup, Physical Standby Database VM setup, Primary Database VM setup, Virtual machines setup   

    Dataguard Installation and Configuration 

    Virtual Data Guard Environment

    I am going to setup the following virtual machines

    • Primary Database
    • Oracle Grid Control/Data Guard Broker
    • Physical Standby Database (we will use the broker to configure this)
    • Physical Standby Database (we will use RMAN 11g to configure this)
    • Logical Standby Database (we will turn one of our physical standby databases into a logical one)

    So we will need to configure 4 virtual machines

    primarydg01
    This will act as the primary database, I will be configuring a standard 11G oracle installation on Oracle Enterprise Linux 5 update 5. I will configure two additional disks to using in ASM for the DATA and FLASH area’s

     
  • Sachin Thapa 11:14 on November 21, 2014 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: installation, , red hat 6, RHEL, screenshots, step,   

    Red Hat 6 RHEL (Red Hat Enterprise Linux) installation guide 

    This is Red Hat 6 RHEL (Red Hat Enterprise Linux) installation guide, step-by-step walkthrough with screenshots. Current version of Red Hat 6 is Beta, but also this RHEL 6 Beta version looks very stable and good OS, so that’s why I decided to write this RHEL 6 Installation guide.

    The Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 Beta is available on the following architectures:

    • i386
    • AMD64/Intel64
    • System z
    • IBM Power (64-bit)

    Some of the many improvements and new features that are included in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 are :

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