INSTALLATION ON LINUX REDHAT 5
LOGIN AS ROOT USER
STEP # 1: SET KERNEL PARAMETERS on SYSCTL.CONF file
type in Terminal
gedit sysctl.conf à File open on editor mode add the following parameters
sets the maximum number of open files that can be handled by the Linux kernel.
determines the total amount of shared memory to be allocated in pages.
controls the maximum amount of memory to be allocated for shared memory which.
defines the maximum number of segments system-wide.
define the default and maximum read buffer queue for network operations (1 MB in this example)
define the default and maximum write buffer queue for network operations (256 KB in this example)
tells the kernel the port ranges that will be used for outbound connections.
has four parameters:
Run the following command in Terminal to change the kernel parameters
STEP # 2: SET PARAMETERS on LIMITS.CONF file
gedit limits.conf à File open on editor mode add the following parameters
STEP # 3: ADD
LOGIN file PARAMETER ON
gedit login à File open on editor mode add the parameters
STEP # 4: INSTALL REQUIRED RPM FROM LINUX CD’S
From CD # 1
From CD # 2
From CD # 3
STEP # 5:
Create 2 groups:
Create a user and assign the above groups to user
Create directories using mkdir command
Change the ownership of above directories and allow permissions
STEP # 6: CHANGES ON REDHAT-RELEASE File
mv redhat-release redhat-release.old
STEP # 7: Login As Oracle User
Logout from Oracle user
STEP # 8: Login As Root User
create folder @ /u01/app named “10g”
copy all files from cdrom to /u01/app/10g
chmod –R 775 /u01/app/10g
now login as oracle user and run following command
STEP # 9: Run Scripts As Root User (as appear on screen)