Donald K. Burleson
Oracle HP/UX installation
It is strongly suggested that the DBA
use the installation guide provided by Oracle for his or her own
release of the operating system in use. The following procedure
should be regarded only as a general set of guidelines; it is not
intended to replace the installation procedures provided by Oracle.
Example Installation of Oracle Using the Linux Operating System
Before you can successfully install and operate Oracle on the Linux
operating system, you must be sure that you meet all the required
prerequisites to do so. These prerequisites are specified in the
Oracle installation guide for Linux, which is available online at
technet.oracle.com. Always check the latest version of the operating
guide, as these requirements may change from release to release and,
of course, between different operating systems. Table 1.2 shows the
suggested kernel parameters for the UNIX and other systems for
Oracle release 9.0.1, as of 8/13/2001.
Linux 7.1 (SuSE)
This is an
excerpt by Mike Ault’s book “Oracle
Administration & Management”. If you want more current Oracle tips
by Mike Ault, check out his new book “Mike
Ault’s Oracle Internals Monitoring & Tuning Scripts” or
Ault’s Oracle Scripts Download.
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