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Oracle Installation & Configuration

Oracle 11g R2 RAC on Oracle Enterprise Linux 5.11 with Virtual Box – Section 2 Install OEL 5.11

Install Oracle Enterprise Linux 5 upgrade 11

Insert the Oracle Enterprise Linux 5u11 iso into the virtual machine and powerup the virtual machine.

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Select the language English(English) and click Next

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Ignore the warning message by select Yes, click Next

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Select Create custom layout. and click Next

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Select the partition /dev/sda, Add Partition. Create a swap space for 3072MB.

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Click Next to continue

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In the Network Device section, unclick the IPv6 support. Making sure the IPv4 support clicked and enter the IP for the server.

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Select your time zone

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Enter the root password

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Select Customize now

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Under the Development section, select following option

  • Development Libraries
  • Development Tools
  • GNOME Software Development
  • JAVA Development
  • KDE Software Development
  • Legacy Software Development
  • X Software Development

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Once all system components installed, the OS will be rebooted.

Click Forward

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Select the Disabled for Firewall

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Select the Disabled for SELinux

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Leave the default configuration for Kdump

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Click Next

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Leave the create user as default, will create the user grid and Oracle manually

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Once all done, the OS will be rebooted again.

The OS for oracle database node1 is done, do the same for node2. Or just create the node2 by clone the node1 we just created. If you don’t know how to do this, you might be too young to watch this post. Leave it and play some XBOX games.

Network Interface configuration for both VMs (node1 and node2)

Add additional network interface for both VMs

Select the Host Only for the eth0

Select the Internal Network for the eth1

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