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D17090GC30 Setup Doc Linux

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Oracle University
Technical Setup Document 
Oracle Database 10
: Administration Workshop I
Global Course Code: D17090GC30Last Modified: Nov 9, 2005
Copyright © 2005, Oracle Corporation. All rights reserved.
 
Overview
Introduction
Welcome, and thank you for choosing Oracle University. This technical document describes the necessarysteps to follow in order to replicate the technical environment for which this course was designed. Before proceeding, you may find it helpful to print this document for ease of reference.In this course, students will install the Oracle Database software on Linux and create a database as part of the practices. Course set up involves preparing the operating system for the installation of the Oraclesoftware and the creation of Oracle database. The Oracle software is staged on disk, so that the studentsdo not have to perform the installation from CDs.
Alternative Configurations
We strongly recommend following the exact configurations described in this document. However, werealize that with the abundance of hardware, software, and networking configurations it will not always be possible to follow these steps to the letter. As a result, here is a brief overview of some additionalconfigurations that may work. Please be sure to test these configurations thoroughly and discuss them indetail with your Oracle University Representative before utilizing them to support the course.The setup assumes that the students will install the software from a staged location on disk, not from CDs.If you are providing CDs for each student, the instructor will need to explain to the students how to mountand use the CD instead of installing from the stage directory.
Software Licenses & Support
Please note the following as it relates to software licenses and support:
Oracle University does not provide product software or licenses for on-site training events.This document assumes possession of all applicable Oracle software and associated licenses.
It is not possible to provide a complete and thorough installation guide in this document,though effort is made to include important directions to follow when performing theinstallation. Customers with product installation issues should open a Technical AssistanceRequest (TAR) with Oracle World Wide Support for resolution.
Required Files
The following files are needed for the purposes of completing this setup. If you are missing all or part of these files, please contact your Oracle University Representative:D17090GC30_labs.zipD17090GC30_setup_doc_linux.zip (contains this document)
 
Glossary of Terminology
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Client Workstation
– The computer where “client” software is installed. Client software might includeSQL*Plus, Oracle Forms and Reports Developer, Oracle Designer, JDeveloper, Procedure Builder and anHTML browser. In a 3-Tier or N-Tier architecture this would be the Client Tier. In the trainingenvironment, this is sometimes known as the student machine.
Database
- Collection of data that is treated as a unit. The purpose of a database is to store and retrieverelated information. The database consists of operating system files: data files, control files and redo logfiles.
Database Instance
- Every time a database is started, a system global area (SGA) is allocated and Oracle background processes are started. The system global area is an area of memory used for databaseinformation shared by the database users. The combination of the background processes and memory buffers is called an Oracle instance.
Database Server
- Computer where database is created. In a 3-Tier or N-Tier architecture this would bethe Database Tier.
DMP files
– files created by the Oracle Export utility. These DMP files are then used by the OracleImport utility to import a database, a specific database users objects or a specific set of tables.
Oracle Enterprise Manager (OEM)
- a Graphical User Interface tool used to manage Oracle databases.
Oracle Migration Workbench (OMWB)
- software used to migrate non-Oracle databases, such asSybase, into Oracle databases
ORACLE_BASE
: An
 
operating system variable that specifies the BASE of the Oracle directorystructure for OFA-compliant databases.
ORACLE_HOME
- operating system variable that points to the directory where oracle has beeninstalled
ORACLE_SID
– operating system variable that determines the instance an Oracle application connectsto by default.Copyright © 2005, Oracle Corporation. All rights reserved.3

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