Linux RedHat/CentOS 7 64-bit How to Prepare for 12c Database Installation

April 13, 2015 | By the+gnu+linux+evangelist.

Enterprise Linux 7 Preparing for Oracle 12c Database Installation Guide

The Tip Simply Shows How to Prepare a Linux Red-Hat/RHEL and CentOS 7.x x8664 System for Oracle 12c R1/R2 Database Installation.

In other Words this Meaning How To Install the Oracle 12c DB Pre-Install RPM for Enterprise Linux 7.

Tasks for What the Oracle Pre-Install RPM is Good:

  • Automatically downloads and installs any additional RPM packages needed for installing Oracle Grid Infrastructure and Oracle Database, and resolves any dependencies

  • Creates an oracle user, and creates the oraInventory (oinstall) and OSDBA (dba) groups for that user

  • As needed, sets sysctl.conf settings, system startup parameters, and driver parameters to values based on recommendations from the Oracle RDBMS Pre-Install program

  • Sets hard and soft resource limits

  • Sets other recommended parameters, depending on your kernel version

  • First, Convert, Download and Activate the Oracle Repository like Shown in the Guide here Beneath.

    Linux Red Hat/CentOS 7.x 64-bit How to Prepare for 12c Database Installation with Oracle Pre-Installed RPM - Featured

    With more than 500 new features, Oracle Database 12c is designed to give Oracle customers exactly what they need for Cloud Computing, Big Data, Security, and Availability.

    The Best Oracle 12c Database New Features:

    1. Open a Shell Session or Terminal Emulator.

      Linux Red Hat/CentOS 7.x 64-bit How to Prepare for 12c R1 Database Installation with Oracle Pre-Installed RPM - Open Terminal

    2. Install the Oracle YUM Repo GPG Key

      wget -O /etc/pki/rpm-gpg/RPM-GPG-KEY-oracle
    3. Download the Needed Oracle Repo

      cd /etc/yum.repos.d/
    4. Install the Oracle Pre-Install RPM

      sudo yum install oracle-rdbms-server-12cR1-preinstall
    5. Update the System

      yum update
    6. How to Install Oracle 12c R1/R2 Database on Enterprise Linux 7.X

    7. So Now your System Should be Quickly Ready for an Easy Oracle 12c Database Installation RHEL/CentOS 7 Linux ;)

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