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his chapter will give you a good understanding of the procedure for correctly installing the Oracle Database 10g server software, and it includes an example of an installation of Oracle Database 10g on a server using the Red Hat Enterprise Linux WS 3 operating system. 20 contains a discussion of installing Oracle on Windows servers. There are some variations in the installation procedure for the different flavors of UNIX, such as Sun s Solaris, Hewlett Packard s HP-UX, IBM s AIX, and so on, but the steps are essentially the same. Several steps need to be performed before and after the installation of the Oracle software, both by you and the Linux/UNIX system administrator, and this chapter explains those steps. The software must be installed according to a sensible plan, and this chapter shows you how to install Oracle by following the well-known Optimal Flexible Architecture (OFA) guidelines. Note that you ll be going through the main features of a generic Oracle installation in this chapter. It s important that you have access to the Oracle installation manuals for your specific operating system before you begin installing the Oracle Database 10g software. The installation manuals are all available on the Oracle Technology Network web site. Of course, if you re configuring Oracle Real Application Clusters (RAC) or some such advanced architecture, you ll need more time to finish the installation. Complex as the Oracle database server software is, the actual time you need to install the software is trivial compared to the time you need to spend to ensure that all the preinstallation steps have been completed correctly. If you follow all the recommended steps, the installation process should work the first time around.
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When it comes to the mechanics of the process, installing the Oracle server software is really a simple affair. Installing all the software will probably not take you more than a couple of hours. All the real effort goes into the proper planning of such things as the physical space and memory allocation, and the operating system configuration you need for your Oracle databases to function optimally.
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I m assuming that you, or your organization, have bought the necessary software from Oracle Corporation. If that s the case, the software CDs will have been sent to you by Oracle. If you just want to try the Oracle database software, however, you don t have to purchase a thing. You can download the Oracle server software freely from the Oracle Technology Network (OTN) web site at http://technet.oracle.com/. The OTN site has complete enterprise versions of the server software for all UNIX, Linux, and Windows servers. In addition, you can check out the operating system installation and administration manuals at http://tahiti.oracle.com.
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You can save yourself a lot of grief during the installation process by carefully reviewing the Oracle installation manuals for your particular operating system. These manuals are very clear and provide you with a detailed map of the installation process. You ll need to review three sets of installation documents: Oracle Installation Guide for your operating system: This document will provide you with information about the system requirements, UNIX users and groups, and other requirements, and it will step you through the installation and post-installation processes. Release Notes and Release Notes Addendums: The Release Notes and any related Addendums are very important, and they cover the most recent changes to the installation and upgrade procedures for many components of the Oracle database server and client. The last-minute changes that are covered in the Release Notes (and related Addendums) may make the difference between a successful installation of the various components and an error-prone installation. README files: The README files are usually in the \doc\readmes directory on the first product CD-ROM. The Release Notes and the README files inform you about any potential restrictions, limitations concerning the installation, and the use of new Oracle Database 10g software.
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