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Linux with Oracle9i

Linux with Oracle9i



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How to manage Oracle in Linux
How to manage Oracle in Linux

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Published by: ksourish on Dec 25, 2009
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Managing Oracle on Linux
Student Guide
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on Linux: Overview
Objectives 1-2Red Hat,SuSE, andUnitedLinux 1-3Certification Matrix onMetaLink 1-5Supported and Suggested Configurations 1-6Oracle9
Versions 1-7Supported Hardware 1-8Linux Distribution: Overview 1-9Packages 1-10Linux Kernel 1-11Verifying the Kernel 1-12Checking for a Tainted Kernel 1-14Required Software 1-16Linux Patches 1-18Oracle9
Architecture: Overview 1-19Summary 1-20Practice Overview: Verifying Installed Software 1-21
2Preparing the Operating System
Objectives 2-2Linux Shared Memory: Overview 2-3Shared Memory Parameters 2-4Setting Kernel Parameters 2-5Semaphores 2-6Setting Semaphore Parameters 2-7Setting the File Handles Parameter 2-8Setting Other Parameters 2-9Viewing Resource Usage 2-10Package Management 2-11Conflicting Packages 2-13Required OS Patches for RHEL 3.0 2-14Optional Packages 2-16Configuring the Network 2-17Configuring the X Window System 2-18Testing the X Window System 2-19Supported File Systems 2-21Recommended File Systems 2-22Disk Partitioning 2-23Summary 2-25Practice: Overview 2-26

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