Pre-installation Tasks on Linux

Creating group and user su – root groupadd dba useradd -g dba -d /d01/oracleAS/asinf asinf
mkdir –p /d01/oracleAS chown asinf :dba /d01/oraceAS

Preinstallation Tasks
The following are the kernel parameters and their appropriate values as per the Oracle Application Server 10g Installation Guide.

cd /proc/sys/kernel echo 256 32000 100 142 > sem echo 2097152 > shmall echo 2147483648 > shmmax echo 4096 > shmmni echo 8192 > msgmax

5-4.1.rpm binutils-2.rh21.i386.0.i386.echo 65535 > msgmnb echo 2878 > msgmni cd /proc/sys/fs echo 131072 > file-max cd /proc/sys/net/ipv4 echo 20000 65000 > ip_local_port_range Run sysctl –p or reboot the server Checking Kernel Packages glibc-2.rpm compat-glibc-6.rpm libgcc-3.rpm XFree86-devel-4.1.i386.rpm procinfo-18-2.2.1_02.2.oracle.1-21.0.i386.2.i386.4-32.4-1.0.rpm XFree86-doc-4.3.rh21.2.8-12. download it as shown in step 3.2.7.3.rpm* XFree86-xf86cfg-4.1-21.2-4.2.1.rh21.1-21.i386.2.2.2.rh21.96-118.rpm* • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • If a package is not installed.i386.11.rh21.90.2-2.0.oracle.i386.96-108.rpm gcc-objc-2.i386.oracle.96-108.rpm libaio-devel-0.i386.i386.rpm* XFree86-Xnest-4.rpm openmotif-2.2.rpm sox-12.rpm sysstat-4.rpm gcc-c++-2.rpm* XFree86-Xvfb-4.0.1.13-3.1-4.0. use the following command to install it.3.i386.30.18. After downloading the required package.rpm gcc-2.0.1. .3.i386.96-118.7.rpm kdegraphics-2.rpm sane-backends-1.rpm jdk-1.i386.1.oracle.2.oracle.0.rpm libstdc++-2.1-21.0.i386.14-13.rpm pdksh-5.1-21.17.

com linux1 .2. use the following command: # rpm -q <package_name> To check the glibc package for the version 2.2.rpm> for example: # rpm -Uivh --nodeps glibc-2.2.rpm To check whether the package is installed and to know its version.# rpm -i <package_name.1 localhost.3. Modifying the /etc/hosts file Open the /etc/hosts file in your favorite editor and add the hostname as shown below: <ip address> <hostname.0. use the rpm -q glibc command.3.168.0.4-32 or higher.domain name> <hostname> 127.1.10 linux1. use the following command to overcome it: # rpm -Uivh --nodeps <package_name.localdomain localhost 192.4-32.rpm If you get a dependency error while installing any of the packages.rpm> for example: # rpm -i glibc-2.4-32.

The components of Identity Management are as follows: Oracle Internet Directory Oracle Application Server Single-Sign-On Oracle Delegated Administration Services Oracle Directory Integration and Provisioning Oracle Certificate Authority OracleAS 10g Metadata Repository: OracleAS 10g Metadata Repository is a collection of database schemas that contain various database objects that are used by Oracle Application Server 10g Components. You must install an Oracle Application Server 10g Infrastructure in your network prior to installing the Portal and Wireless and Business Intelligence and Forms. and access your data on wireless devices The installation of Oracle Application Server Infrastructure 10g consists of the following components: Identity Management Components: Identity Management components provide directory. Download the software from http://www. The metadata schemas can be categorized as: Product metadata Identity Management metadata Management metadata Oracle Application Server 10g Infrastructure is required for all the Oracle Application Server 10g middle-tier installations except when installing the J2EE and Web Cache without single sign-on or clustering.oracle. For better performance and easier manageability. It enables you to deliver Web content. secure application server.html . host Web applications. you must install Oracle Application Server 10g Infrastructure on a separate computer. and user management functionality to various components of Oracle Application Server 10g.Installing OracleApplication Server Infrastructure 10g on Linux Oracle Application Server 10g Installation Overview Oracle Application Server 10g is a scalable. connect to back-office applications.com/technology/software/products/ias/htdocs/101202. security.

bash_profile export PATH unset USERNAME export ORACLE_SID=infra export ORACLE_HOME=/d01/oracle/infra export PATH=$PATH:$ORACLE_HOME/bin ./runInstaller .su – root xhost + su – asinf vi .

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asinf cd $ORACLE_HOME/bin sh runstartupconsole.sh start .asinf cd $ORACLE_HOME/bin sh runstartupconsole.To start database and application server To stop su – root xhost + su .sh stop To start su – root xhost + su .

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