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Install the Operating System
Note: No specified operating system patches are required with Solaris 10 OS.
Make sure that following software packages has been installed.
Note: We can verify that packages are installed or not by using following command: $pkginfo -i.
Check following executable file must be presents in /usr/ccs/bin
Checks swap space. Swap space should be 512MB or Twice the size of RAM. Use following command to know about Physical Memory and Swap space:
$ /usr/sbin/prtconf grep size
$ /usr/sbin/swap –l
Need at least 400 MB of free space in /tmp directory.
Set following kernel parameter in /etc/system file and reboot the server.
Create a group.
$ groupadd –g 300 dba *
$ groupadd –g 301 oinstall **
* “DBA” group will be use by the Oracle Software Owner and Database Administrators.
** “OINSTALL” group will be use when you installing multiple copies of the oracle software on one server and you will want some logins to be able to log onto some databases with DBA privileges but not others.
Create a Unix user that will be the Oracle Software Owner.
$ useradd –c ‘Oracle Software Owner’ –d /oracle –g oinstall –G dba –m –u 300 –s /usr/bin/ksh oracle
Create directory for oracle software and Database.
$ mkdir /oracle/app /oracle/oradata
$chown oracle:dba /oracle
$chmod 775 /oracle
Create the /var/opt/oracle directory
$chown oracle:dba /var/opt/oracle
$chmod 755 /var/opt/oracle
edit .profile file and type following endearments
Set X window enveiroment.
Log in as a root with CDE (Common Desktop Environment Session)
$ su – oracle
Log in as a ORACLE user and execute run installer.
Next process from here onwards I will come up with new post including snap shot.
Hope you guy’s enjoy this post.Very soon I wil come up with Parsing & execution as well.
Experts are always welcome for their valuable comment or suggestion for the above post.