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In the next section, I show you how to copy the software from the Oracle product CDs to disk, and to install from there.
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You can install the Oracle server software from the software CD or the downloaded files directly, but Oracle recommends that you perform the installation from a staging directory on your system. If you re installing Oracle from the CD, first create a staging directory, such as /staging. You can then copy the contents of the CD to your staging directory, as shown here: $ cp r /mnt/cdrom /staging
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The previous command will recursively copy all the directories on the installation CD to the /staging directory. Installing from disk is slightly faster than installing from the CD. Saving the installation files on disk in this manner will also help you down the road, when you need to invoke the Oracle installer to perform installation-related tasks you won t need to locate the CD. In this section, I detail the interactive installation method, which involves you responding to the installer s prompts from the command line. I also briefly discuss the less frequently employed automated installation method using response files in the section Using Response Files to Install Oracle Software later in this chapter. To begin the installation process, switch to the appropriate directory and execute the runInstaller script as the oracle user. (If you re using the extracted files, you ll start from the Disk1 directory. If you re using the CD staging area, it ll be the /staging directory.) To start from the /staging directory, first go to the directory: $ cd /staging Check to make sure the runInstaller executable script is there: $ ls doc install response runInstaller stage welcome.htm
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Invoke the Oracle Universal Installer by executing the runInstaller script: $ ./runInstaller [pasu] $ ./runInstaller Starting Oracle Universal Installer . . . Checking Installer requirements . . . Checking operating system version: must be redhat 2.1, UnitedLinux-1.0 or redhat-3 Passed Preparing to launch Oracle Universal Installer from /tmp/OraInstall . . . Please wait . . . At this point, assuming there are no problems with the DISPLAY variable settings, the GUI version of the Oracle Universal Installer should show up. (If the GUI doesn t show up on your screen, you probably have to adjust your DISPLAY variable or use the xhost command, as explained earlier.) The following series of windows and prompts will be displayed during the Oracle Database 11g Release 1 server software installation: 1. You ll see the Welcome to the Oracle Database 11g Installation window, as shown in Figure 9-1. In Oracle Database 11g Release 1, you can choose between the options Basic Installation and Advanced Installation. Basic Installation is the default method, and it quickly installs the Oracle software and, optionally, also creates a general-purpose database for you. The Advanced Installation option will let you upgrade databases to the 11g version, use raw devices or the Automatic Storage Management options for storage, specify different passwords for administrators (like SYS and SYSTEM schemas), configure automatic database backups and Oracle Enterprise Manager (OEM) notifications, and other options. Choose Advanced Installation and click Next, which will start up the installer in the advanced mode.
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CH A PT ER 9 I NST A LLI NG AND UP GRA DI NG T O OR ACLE DA TA BAS E 11 G
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Figure 9-1. The Oracle Universal Installer s welcome window 2. Oracle offers you a choice of installation types in the Select Installation Type window. You can choose one of the following installation types when installing Oracle Database 11g: Enterprise Edition: Installs the Oracle database with all of its performance, high availability, and security features to enable the running of mission-critical applications Standard Edition: Installs a scaled-down offering suitable for small businesses and departments within a large organization Custom: Allows you to choose individual components to install Choose the Enterprise Edition option (1.28GB) and click Next. 3. The Specify Home Details window is next. You specify the Oracle home name and provide the complete path to the Oracle home directory. If this is the first installation of Oracle Database 11g software on this server, I recommend the following path: /u01/app/oracle/product/11.1.0/db_1 Click Next after you specify the Oracle home path.
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