Md.Samiuzzaman Khan (Tamim)
Cell-Phone \u2013 8801552379598
This article describes the installation of Oracle Database 11g Release 1 (11.1) on Oracle
Enterprise Linux 5.0. Here I simulate the installation process based on my PC based
server which has following hardware configuration:
1. Intel 2.4 GHz x86 Processor.
2. 80 GB SATA HDD
3. GB physical memory
To make an easy and convenient installation process we documented installation Process
in two phases. First of on we have to install Oracle Enterprise Linux Server 5.0 with
required package and system parameter. After that in the second phase we simulated
installation Process of Oracle 11g with respective screen shot which will help the
beginner Administrator to understand their jobs easily. I hope, this article will help the
novice and mid level Database/ System Administrator to understand what is the
production standard installation of Oracle 11g for mid level traffic processing generally
which will done by General Purpose or Transaction processing database template.
Its me a great pleasure if this installation cook help someone meet their company
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1. Creating the Oracle Group and User Account
2. Creating Required Directories and Change the Owner Ship
3. Verify Hardware Requirements
5. Configuring Kernel Parameters
6. Configuring the oracle User's Environment
7. Installing Oracle Database
8. Post Instillation Task
/usr, /tmp, /opt, /home, and more. This approach is purely to simplify installation for the purposes of this guide. A more robust partitioning scheme would separate these directories onto separate file systems.
o/u01 \u2013 18 GB - For Oracle Home Directory
o/u02 - 18GB - For Oracle Data Directory.
o/var \u2013 19 GB
oClick on Next
oClick on Next
oEnter Static IP Address , Prefix (Net Mask) in your required IP Block
oIn the Hostname box, select manually and enter the hostname.
oIn the Miscellaneous Settings box, enter the remaining network settings.
X Window System
15. Click on Next.
16. Reboot The System
oChose Disabled to SELinux Settings.
oClick on Forward
oA Popup window will appear Click on Yes.
o K d u mp
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