How to Create and Start Oracle 11g R2 DB Listener on GNU/Linux

June 28, 2014 | By the+gnu+linux+evangelist | Filed in: Tutorial.

GNU/Linux Making and Starting Oracle 11g R2 Listener Guide

Hi! The Post Show Visually How to Create and Start a Listener on Oracle 11g R2 by the Oracle Net Configuration Assistant.

And the Process of Getting Started on Oracle 11g Database Involve Several Steps Necessaries to Run the Database and Creating and Starting a Listener is Prerequisite to Successfully Starting the Database.

Finally, the Screenshots of the Steps Involved are Inserted here to shows you Visually the process.

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  1. Login as oracle User
    su oracle
  2. Access Oracle 11g Installation Folder
    cd $ORACLE_HOME/bin

    If $ORACLE_HOME Not Properly Set OR Do Not Find netca Look:

  3. Starting the Net Configuration Assistant
    With

    ./netca

    In Case of Error Oracle Net Services configuration failed. The exit code is 1. See:

  4. Click on Next
    How to Create and Start Listener on Oracle 11g R2 1
  5. Click on Next
    How to Create and Start Listener on Oracle 11g R2 2
  6. Set Listener Name and Click on Next
    How to Create and Start Listener on Oracle 11g R2 3
  7. Click on Next
    How to Create and Start Listener on Oracle 11g R2 4
  8. Click on Next
    How to Create and Start Listener on Oracle 11g R2 5
  9. Click on Next
    How to Create and Start Listener on Oracle 11g R2 6
  10. You Should Find a Confirmation Notice on Terminal about Listener Creation and Start-Up
    How to Create and Start Listener on Oracle 11g R2 7
  11. How to Create a Database on Oracle 11g Database:

    Oracle 11g DB DB Creation

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