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A

accounts
reviewing, 6.6
unauthenticated access to, 6.7.2
aliases, multiple on computers, 2.5.3
ANONYMOUS user
unauthenticated account access with, 6.7.2
APPC-enabled databases, H.4
applications, migrating non-Oracle applications to Oracle, H.3
asm groups
creating, 2.6.2.4
ASM See Automatic Storage Management
ASMCA, 6.3.2
asmcmd utility, 3.7
asmdba groups
creating, 2.6.2.5, 2.6.2.5
authorized problem analysis report
See APAR
Automatic Storage Management
asmcmd utility, 3.7
changing owner and permissions of disks, 3.4.5
character raw device names, 3.4.5
characteristics of failure groups, 3.4.2
checking disk availability, 3.4.5
configuring disks, 3.4.1, 3.4.3
configuring disks for Automatic Storage Management, 3.4.5
considerations before installing, 3.3
DAS disks, 3.4.4
disk devices, 1.7.2
disk groups, 3.4.2
disks, supported, 3.4.4
failure groups
examples, 3.4.2, 3.4.2
identifying, 3.4.2
identifying available disks, 3.4.5
identifying disks, 3.4.5
installation, testing, 3.7
managing, 6.3.2
mirroring, 3.4.2
multiple databases, 2.6.1.3
Optimal Flexible Architecture file naming conventions, D.2.3
partition creation, 3.4.4
password file, 3.3
recommendations for disk groups, 3.4.2
redundancy levels, 3.4.2
response files, A.1.2
SAN disks, 3.4.4
space required for preconfigured database, 3.4.2
SPFILE server parameter file, 3.3
starting and stopping, 6.3.1
Automatic Storage Management (ASM)
ASM disk group templates, 1.7.2
templates, 1.7.2
Automatic Storage Management Configuration Assistant, 6.3.2
Automatic Storage Management disk groups
about, 1.7.2
managing, 6.3.2
Automatic Storage Management failure groups
about, 1.7.2
Automatic Storage Management instance
about, 1.7.2

B

backups of database
Oracle Database Recovery Manager, H.2
base directory
See Oracle base directory
Basic installation type
response file installations, A.3.2

C

C compiler
requirement, 2.3.2
See also Pro*C/C++
certification, hardware and software, 1.3.1
cfgmgr command, 3.4.5
character raw device
device name, 3.4.5
character raw device names, 3.4.5
checking disk availability for Automatic Storage Management, 3.4.5
checking distribution of the operating system, 2.3.1
checking version of the operating system, 2.3.1
chmod command, 2.9.2, 2.11.2, 3.4.5
chown command, 2.9.2, 2.11.2, 3.4.5
CLASSPATH environment variable, 5.3.4.3
client static library, generating, 5.2.5
cloning
Configuring Oracle Configuration Manager in a Cloned Oracle Home, B.2
Oracle home, B.1
Cluster Manager
ports, ranges and protocol, E.3
Cluster Ready Services (CRS). See Oracle Clusterware
Cluster Synchronization Services (CSS)
Automatic Storage Management, 1.7.2
ports, ranges and protocol, E.3
clusters
installation guidelines, 4.2
See also Oracle Clusterware, Oracle Real Application Clusters
Clusterware
installed before Oracle Database, 4.2
Clusterware. See Oracle Clusterware
computers with multiple aliases, 2.5.3
computers, non-networked, 2.5.4
configuration assistants
failure, G.7.1
troubleshooting, G.7, G.7
configuring
accounts of Oracle users, 5.2.3.1
configuring disks for Automatic Storage Management, 3.4.1, 3.4.3
configuring new disks, 3.4.5
Configuring Oracle Configuration Manager in a Cloned Oracle Home, B.2
Connection Manager
ports, ranges and protocol, E.3
control files
locating, 6.10.3
naming, D.2.3
reviewing, 6.10
using Oracle Enterprise Manager Database Control with, 6.10.3
CONTROL_FILES initialization parameter, 6.10.3
CSD
download location for WebSphere MQ, 2.3.3.3
custom database
failure groups for Automatic Storage Management, 3.4.2
requirements when using Automatic Storage Management, 3.4.2, 3.4.2
custom install option, 4.5.1

D

DAS (direct attached storage) disks, 3.4.4
data files
creating separate directories for, 2.11.2
defined, 6.10.1
managing with Automatic Storage Management, 1.7.2
minimum disk space for, 2.11.1
naming, D.2.3
options for placing on file system, 2.11
recommendations for file system, 2.11.1
reviewing, 6.10
setting permissions on data file directories, 2.11.2
setting up, 6.10.1
data loss
minimizing with Automatic Storage Management, 3.4.2
data mining tools
Oracle Data Mining, H.2
data warehousing tool
Oracle OLAP, H.2
Database Configuration Assistant
running in silent mode, A.6
troubleshooting, G.7
databases
Automatic Storage Management requirements, 3.4.2
files, 6.10.1
identifying, 6.8
initialization parameter file, 6.9
naming, 4.5.1
non-Oracle
APPC-enabled, H.4
non-Oracle, listed, H.4
OLAP support (Oracle OLAP), H.2
Optimal Flexible Architecture file naming conventions, D.2.3
recovery with Oracle Backup and Recovery, H.2
redo log files, 6.10.2
security management, H.2
tablespaces, 6.10.1
Daylight Savings Time, 1.12.2
DB_DOMAIN initialization parameter, 6.8
DB_NAME initialization parameter, 6.8, 6.8
DB2 database, H.4
DB2 z/OS database, H.4
DB2/400 database, H.4
dba group
and Automatic Storage Management disks, 3.4.5
creating, 2.6.2.2, 2.6.2.2
description, 2.6.1.2, 2.6.1.3
SYSDBA privilege, 2.6.1.2
dba groups
creating, 2.6.2.4, 2.6.2.6
dbca.rsp file, A.3.1
default data files, 6.10.1
default file mode creation mask
setting, 2.13
default tablespaces, 6.10.1
Deinstallation Tool, 7.2
description
database restart, 3
Oracle Restart, 3
device names, 3.4.5
DHCP computers, installing on, 2.5.1
directory
creating separate data file directories, 2.11.2
database file directory, 2.11.1
Oracle base directory, 2.8.1, 2.8.1
Oracle home directory, 2.8.3, 2.8.3
Oracle Inventory directory, 2.8.2
oraInventory, 2.8.2
permission for data file directories, 2.11.2
disc
mounting, 4.3.2.1
disk devices
in Automatic Storage Management, 1.7.2
managing with Automatic Storage Management, 1.7.2
disk space
checking, 2.2.3
requirements for preconfigured database in Automatic Storage Management, 3.4.2, 3.4.2
disks
changing permissions and owner for Automatic Storage Management, 3.4.5
checking availability for Automatic Storage Management, 3.4.5
configuring for Automatic Storage Management, 3.4.1, 3.4.3
configuring new disks, 3.4.5
identifying LVM disks, 3.4.5
supported for Automatic Storage Management, 3.4.4
DISPLAY environment variable
setting, 2.13
DOMAIN_NAME initialization parameter, 6.8
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol. See DHCP

E

Enterprise Manager Database Control Agent
ports
ranges and protocol, E.3
enterprise.rsp file, A.3.1
environment
configuring for oracle user, 2.13
environment variables
DISPLAY, 2.13
NLS_LANG, F.1.1.2
ORACLE_BASE, 2.9.2, 2.13
ORACLE_HOME, 2.12, 2.13, 2.13
ORACLE_HOSTNAME, 2.5.2
ORACLE_SID, 2.13
PATH, 2.13
SHELL, 2.13
TMP and TMPDIR, 2.2.3, 2.13, 3.1.2
TNS_ADMIN, 2.13
errors
configuration assistants, G.7
display errors, G.3
installation, G.4, G.5, G.7.2
remote terminal installation, G.3
response file installation, G.10
silent mode, G.10
su command, G.3
/usr/X11R6/bin/xdpyinfo, G.3
X Window, G.1
X Window display errors, G.2
EXAMPLE tablespace
description, 6.10.1
example01.DBF data file, 6.10.1
example01.DBF data file, 6.10.1
examples
Automatic Storage Management failure groups, 3.4.2, 3.4.2
Oracle base directories, 2.8.1
external redundancy
Automatic Storage Management redundancy level, 3.4.2

F

failure group
examples of Automatic Storage Management failure groups, 3.4.2
failure groups
characteristics of Automatic Storage Management failure group, 3.4.2
examples in Automatic Storage Management, 3.4.2
in Automatic Storage Management, 1.7.2
Fast Recovery Area, 5.2.6
fatal errors, G.7.2
file mode creation mask
setting, 2.13
file sets, 2.3
file system
appropriate for Oracle base directory, 2.9.2
data file and recovery file placement options, 2.11
requirements for Oracle base directory, 2.9.2
using for data files, 2.11.1
files, D.2.3
$ORACLE_HOME/dbs/initsid.ora, 6.9
$ORACLE_HOME/install/portlist.ini, 6.2, 6.2
control, 6.10.3, D.2.3
data files, D.2.3
dbca.rsp, A.3.1
enterprise.rsp, A.3.1
/etc/group, D.2.2.3
/etc/passwd, D.2.2.3
listener.ora, 5.3.1
mgw.ora, 5.3.4.3
oraInst.loc, 2.6.2.1
oraInst.loc file, A.2
oratab, 2.9.1, 2.9.1
redo log, 6.10.2
response files, A.3
tnsnames.ora, 5.3.1
Flash Recovery Area
See Fast Recovery Area

G

Gateways products FAQ, H.4
Global Database Name
about, 4.5.1
global database name, 6.8
globalization support, F
Grid Control. See Oracle Enterprise Manager Grid Control
group file, D.2.2.3
groups
checking for existing oinstall group, 2.6.2.1
creating the asm group, 2.6.2.4, 2.6.2.4
creating the asmdba group, 2.6.2.5
creating the dba group, 2.6.2.2, 2.6.2.2
creating the oinstall group, 2.6.2.1
creating the oper group, 2.6.2.3, 2.6.2.3
UNIX OSDBA group (dba), 2.6.1.2
UNIX OSDBA group for Oracle Restart (dba), 2.6.1.3
UNIX OSOPER group (oper), 2.6.1.2

H

hardware certification, 1.3.1
hardware requirements, 2.2, 3.1
disk space, 2.2.3
display, 2.2.4
memory, 2.2.1
run level, 2.2.5
system architecture, 2.2.2
high redundancy
Automatic Storage Management redundancy level, 3.4.2
home directory
See Oracle home directory
host name, setting before installation, 2.5.2

I

IBM DB2 database, H.4
IBM DB2 z/OS database, H.4
IBM DB2/400 database, H.4
IBM WebSphere MQ Series databases, H.4
identifying disks for Automatic Storage Management, 3.4.5
identifying LVM disks, 3.4.5
Informix Server database, H.4
initialization parameter file
description, 6.9
in databases, 6.9
initsid.ora, 6.9
initialization parameters
DB_NAME, 6.8
DOMAIN_NAME, 6.8
SERVICE_NAMES, 6.8
initsid.ora file, 6.9
initsid.ora initialization parameter file, 6.9
installation
accessing installation software, 4.3
Automatic Storage Management requirements, 3.4.2
available products, 1.5, 1.5
cleaning up after a failed installation, G.11
clusters, installation guidelines, 4.2
component-specific guidelines, 4.2
computer aliases, multiple, 2.5.3
considerations, 1.3
database editions, 1.5
errors, G.5, G.7.2
silent mode, G.10
laptops, 2.5.4
log files, G.4, G.4
overview, 1
response file
oraInst.loc file, A.2
response files, A, A.3
preparing, A.3, A.3.2
silent mode, G.10
templates, A.3
responsefile
error handling, G.10
silent mode, A.4
upgrading, H.1
installation errors
steps to resolve, G.4
installation guidelines, 4.5.1, 4.5.1
installation overview, 1.2
installation software
copying to a hard disk, 4.3.2.2
extracting, 4.3.1.3
installation software, accessing, 4.3
Installing
Oracle restart, 3.5.1
instance
instance identifier (SID), 2.13
IP addresses, multiple, 2.5.2
IPC protocol address
Oracle Messaging Gateway setting, 5.3.4.1

J

JDK
internationalization class, 5.3.4.3
run-time class, 5.3.4.3
JDK requirements, 2.3

L

languages
installing Oracle components in different languages, F.2
using Oracle components in different languages, F.1.2
laptops, installing Oracle Database on, 2.5.4
listener
identifying Oracle home for, 2.12
lsnrctl command, 2.12
stopping, 2.12, 2.12
listener.ora file, 5.3.1
modifying for external procedures, 5.3.4.1
local device
using for data files, 2.11.1
log files, G.4, G.4
troubleshooting, G.5
logical volume manager
See LVM
loopback adapters
non-networked computers, 2.5.4
lsdev command, 3.4.5
lsnrctl command, 2.12
lspv command, 3.4.5
LVM
identifying volume group devices, 3.4.5
recommendations for Automatic Storage Management, 3.4.2

M

mask
setting default file mode creation mask, 2.13
memory requirements, 2.2, 3.1
MGW_AGENT service name, 5.3.4.2
mgwextproc service
adding static service information, 5.3.4.1
mgw.ora file
modifying, 5.3.4.3
Microsoft SQL Server database, H.4
migrating
See upgrading
migrating applications to Oracle, H.3
migrating non-Oracle databases to Oracle, H.1
mirroring Automatic Storage Management disk groups, 3.4.2
mkdir command, 2.9.2, 2.11.2
mode
setting default file mode creation mask, 2.13
mount point
for Oracle base directory, 2.8.1
mount point directories, 4.3.2.2
mount point directory
choosing, C.3
mount points
Optimal Flexible Architecture conventions for creating, D.2
MQSeries
class, 5.3.4.3
multihomed computers, installing on, 2.5.2
multiple aliases, computers with, 2.5.3
multiple databases and ASM, 2.6.1.3
multiple Oracle homes, 1.3.2

N

naming subdirectories, D.2.2.5
NAS devices
creating files on for use with Automatic Storage Management, C.4
guidelines for configuration, C.1
Net Configuration Assistant
troubleshooting, G.7
Net Configuration Assistant (NetCA)
response files, A.5
running at command prompt, A.5
netca.rsp file, A.3.1
network adapters
computers with multiple aliases, 2.5.3
non-networked computers, 2.5.4
primary, on computers with multiple aliases, 2.5.3
See also loopback adapters, primary network adapters
network cards, multiple, 2.5.2
Network Information Services
alternative to local users and groups, 2.6.2
Network Information Services.See NIS
network setup
about, 2.5
computers with multiple aliases, 2.5.3
network topics
DHCP computers, 2.5.1
laptops, 2.5.4
multiple network cards, 2.5.2
non-networked computers, 2.5.4
NFS
mount options, C.5
NLS_LANG environment variable, F.1.1.2
noninteractive mode
See also response files, response file mode, A.1
non-networked computers, 2.5.4
non-Oracle databases, listed, H.4
normal redundancy, Automatic Storage Management redundancy level, 3.4.2

O

OEM
See Oracle Enterprise Manager
oinstall group
checking for existing, 2.6.2.1
oinstall groups
creating, 2.6.2.1
OLAP tools
about, H.2
Oracle OLAP, H.2
OMF
See Oracle Managed Files
oper group
creating, 2.6.2.3
description, 2.6.1.2
oper groups
creating, 2.6.2.3
operating system
checking distribution and version, 2.3.1
operating system accounts
creating and configuring, 5.2.3
operating system groups
creating the oinstall group, 2.6.2.1
operating system requirements, 2.3
operating system users
root user, 4.5.1
Optimal Flexible Architecture
Automatic Storage Management, D.2.3
conventions for creating mount points, D.2
file identification, D.2.5
file mapping, D.2.6
files systems, D.2.1.1
naming, D.2.1
database files, D.2.3
Oracle base directory, D.2.2
subdirectories, D.2.2.5
very large databases, D.2.2.2
Oracle Managed Files, D.2.3
pathnames, D.2.2.3
recommendations for Oracle base directory, 2.8.1
recommended path for Oracle base directory, 2.8.1
recommended path for Oracle home directory, 2.8.3
recommended path for Oracle Inventory directory, 2.8.2
special tablespaces, D.2.4
standard, D
using separate segments, D.2.4
Oracle Application Server, H.2
Oracle applications
installing with Oracle Database, H.3
Oracle base directory
creating, 2.9.2
creating new, 2.9.2
description, 2.8.1
equivalent directory on Microsoft Windows, 2.8.1
examples, 2.8.1
identifying appropriate file system, 2.9.2
identifying existing, 2.9.1
mount point for, 2.8.1
naming conventions, D.2.2
recommended path, 2.8.1
relationship with Oracle software owner user, 2.8.1
requirement for, 2.8.1
requirements for existing directory, 2.9.1
requirements on file system, 2.9.2
Oracle Cluster Registry
See OCR
Oracle Cluster Registry port, E.3
Oracle Clusterware
about, H.1
ports, E.3
ports, ranges and protocol, E.3
used with Oracle Real Application Clusters, H.1
Oracle components
using in different languages, F.1.2
Oracle Data Mining
about, H.2
installing, H.2
Oracle Database
administering and monitoring, H.2
creating data file directories, 2.11.2
Enterprise Edition installation, 1.5
getting started using
accessing, 6.4, 6.5
starting and stopping database, 6.4, 6.5
installing with Oracle applications, H.3
minimum disk space requirements, 2.11.1
naming, 4.5.1
requirements with Automatic Storage Management, 3.4.2
security management, H.2
setting ORACLE_SID environment variable, 2.13
Standard Edition installation, 1.5
upgrading, H.1
Web servers, H.3
Oracle Database Client
configuring connections, H.1
Oracle Database components
administering and monitoring, H.2
connectivity FAQ, H.4
FAQ on installing, H.1
installing with Oracle applications, H.3
installing with Oracle Database tools, H.2
Oracle Database Configuration Assistant
response file, A.3.1
Oracle Database Recovery Manager (RMAN)
about, H.2
Oracle Database Vault
audit policy, 1.3.6
postinstallation task, 5.3.3
preinstallation requirement, 2.3.3.6
Oracle Enterprise Management Agent
HTTP port, changing, E.4
Oracle Enterprise Manager, 1.8
Database Control
logging into, 6.2
port number, 6.2
using to modify control files, 6.10.3
using to modify redo log files, 6.10.2
using to view control files, 6.10.3
using to view redo log files, 6.10.2
login privileges, 6.2
Oracle Enterprise Manager Database Control
ports, changing, E.5
ports, ranges and protocol, E.3
Oracle Event Manager
ports, ranges and protocol, E.3
Oracle home
cloning, B.1
Oracle home directory
description, 2.8.3
identifying for listener, 2.12
multiple homes, network considerations, 2.5.2
recommended path, 2.8.3
requirement for, 2.8.3
requirements, 2.8.3
using to identify Oracle base directory, 2.9.1
Oracle home name, 2.8.3
Oracle host name, setting before installation, 2.5.2
Oracle internationalization class, 5.3.4.3
Oracle Internet Directory, H.2
Oracle Inventory
description, 2.8.2
pointer file, 2.6.2.1
Oracle Inventory directory
description, 2.8.2
recommended path, 2.8.2
Oracle Inventory group
creating, 2.6.2.1
Oracle Inventory groups
checking for existing, 2.6.2.1
creating, 2.6.2.1
Oracle JDBC class, 5.3.4.3
Oracle Label Security
post-installation tasks, 5.3.2
Oracle Managed Files
Optimal Flexible Architecture naming conventions, D.2.3
Oracle Messaging Gateway
postinstallation tasks, 5.3.4
Oracle Messaging Gateway class, 5.3.4.3
Oracle Migration Workbench
migrating non-Oracle applications to Oracle, H.3
migrating non-Oracle databases to Oracle, H.1
Oracle Net
configuration file directory, 5.3.1
identifying Oracle home for listener, 2.12
lsnrctl command, 2.12
stopping listener, 2.12
stopping the listener, 2.12
Oracle Net Configuration Assistant
response file, A.3.1
Oracle Net Services
post-installation tasks, 5.3.1
Oracle OLAP
about, H.2
Oracle Precompilers
postinstallation tasks, 5.3.5
Oracle Procedural Gateway
listed products, H.4
Oracle Real Application Clusters (RAC)
installed before Oracle Database, 4.2
installing with Oracle Enterprise Manager, H.2
Oracle Clusterware
about, H.1
Oracle Restart
description, 3
Installing, 3.5.1
OSDBA group description, 2.6.1.3
user, 2.6.1.3
Oracle Schemas, Preface
Oracle software
removing, 7.2.5
Oracle Software Owner user
and Automatic Storage Management disks, 3.4.5
creating, 2.6.2.7, 2.6.2.7.1
oracle user, 2.6.2.7.2
Oracle software owner user
configuring environment for, 2.13
determining default shell, 2.13
relationship with Oracle base directory, 2.8.1
Oracle SQL Developer
accessing, 6.5
Oracle SQL*Net Listener
ports, ranges and protocol, E.3
Oracle Technology Network (OTN)
downloading documentation from, Preface
Oracle Text knowledge base, 5.3.7
Oracle Transparent Gateway
listed products, H.4
Oracle Universal Installer
guidelines for using, 4.2
installation guidelines, 4.2
response files, A
list of, A.3.1
running, 4.5.1
running in different languages, F.2
oracle user
and Automatic Storage Management disks, 3.4.5
configuring environment for, 2.13
creating, 2.6.2.7.1
determining default shell, 2.13
relationship with Oracle base directory, 2.8.1
Oracle user accounts
configuring, 5.2.3.1
Oracle XML DB
about, H.2
ports, E.6
ports, changing, E.6
ports, ranges and protocol, E.3
ORACLE_BASE environment variable, 2.9.2
setting, 2.13
ORACLE_HOME environment variable
setting, 2.12
unsetting, 2.13
ORACLE_HOSTNAME, 2.5.2
ORACLE_HOSTNAME environment variable
computers with multiple aliases, 2.5.3
multihomed computers, 2.5.2
setting before installation, 2.5.2
ORACLE_SID environment variable
setting, 2.13
oraInst.loc file
location, 2.6.2.1
location of, 2.6.2.1
oraInventory directory
See Oracle Inventory directory
oratab file, 2.9.1
formats, 2.9.1
location of, 2.9.1
OSASM groups
creating, 2.6.2.4
multiple databases, 2.6.1.3
SYSASM, 2.6.1.3
OSDBA group
and Automatic Storage Management disks, 3.4.5
OSDBA groups
creating, 2.6.2.2
creating for Oracle Grid Infrastructure, 2.6.2.5
description for database, 2.6.1.2
SYSDBA privilege, 2.6.1.2
SYSDBA privilege for Oracle Restart, 2.6.1.3
OSOPER groups
creating, 2.6.2.3
description for database, 2.6.1.2
SYSOPER privilege, 2.6.1.2, 2.6.1.2
OTN Web site
downloading installation software from, 4.3.1

P

partition
using with Automatic Storage Management, 3.4.2
partitions
creation for Automatic Storage Management disks, 3.4.4
passwd command, 2.6.2.7.2
passwd file, D.2.2.3
password file for Automatic Storage Management, 3.3
passwords
resetting, 6.7
with Database Control, 6.7.1
with SQL*Plus, 6.7.2
reviewing, 6.6
specifying for response files, A.1
unlocking, 6.7
with Database Control, 6.7.1
with SQL*Plus, 6.7.2
See also security
PATH environment variable
setting, 2.13
pathnames
Optimal Flexible Architecture, D.2.2.3
permissions
for data file directories, 2.11.2
for Oracle base directory, 2.9.2
port numbers
managing, E
portlist.ini file, 6.2, E.2
ports
access URLs, E.2
Cluster Manager, ranges and protocol, E.3
Cluster Synchronization Services, ranges and protocol, E.3
configured for applications, E.2
Connection Manager, ranges and protocol, E.3
default ranges, E
Enterprise Manager Database Control Agent, ranges and protocol, E.3
Oracle Cluster Registry, E.3
Oracle Clusterware, E.3
Oracle Clusterware, ranges and protocol, E.3
Oracle Enterprise Management Agent HTTP, changing, E.4
Oracle Enterprise Manager Database Control, changing, E.5
Oracle Enterprise Manager Database Control, ranges and protocol, E.3
Oracle Event Manager, ranges and protocol, E.3
Oracle Net, E.3
Oracle SQL*Net Listener, ranges and protocol, E.3
Oracle XML DB, E.6
Oracle XML DB, changing, E.6
Oracle XML DB, ranges and protocol, E.3
post-installation
recommended tasks
client static library, generating, 5.2.5
creating operating system accounts, 5.2.3
root.sh script, backing up, 5.2.1
required tasks, 5.1
configuring Oracle Messaging Gateway, 5.3.4
Oracle Label Security, configuring, 5.3.2
Oracle Net Services, configuring, 5.3.1
Oracle Precompilers, 5.3.5
patches, installing and downloading, 5.1.1
postinstallation tasks
Oracle Text knowledge base, 5.3.7
Precompilers
requirements, 2.3.2
preconfigured database
Automatic Storage Management disk space requirements, 3.4.2
requirements when using Automatic Storage Management, 3.4.2, 3.4.2
Pro*C/C++
configuring, 5.3.5.1
requirements, 2.3.2
See also C compiler
process
stopping existing, 2.12
stopping listener process, 2.12
program technical fix
See PTF
ps command, 2.12

R

RAID
using for Oracle data files, 2.11.1
RAM requirements, 2.2, 3.1
readme.txt file, E.2
reconfiguring CSS, 7.1
recovery files
options for placing on file system, 2.11
recovery of databases
Oracle Backup and Recovery, H.2
redo log, D.2.3
redo log files
in starter database, 6.10.2
locating, 6.10.2
naming, D.2.3
reviewing, 6.10
using Oracle Enterprise Manager Database Control with, 6.10.2
redundancy level
and space requirements for preconfigured database, 3.4.2, 3.4.2
for Automatic Storage Management, 3.4.2
redundant array of independent disks
See RAID
Removing Oracle software, 7.2.5
requirements
hardware, 2.2, 3.1
response file installation
oraInst.loc file, A.2
response files
preparing, A.3, A.3.2
templates, A.3
silent mode, A.4
errors, G.10
response file mode
about, A.1
reasons for using, A.1.1
response files, A.1
about, A.1
Automatic Storage Management, A.1.2
creating with template, A.3.1
dbca.rsp, A.3.1
enterprise.rsp, A.3.1
general procedure, A.1.3
Net Configuration Assistant, A.5
netca.rsp, A.3.1
passing values at command line, A.1
passwords, A.1
security, A.1
specifying with Oracle Universal Installer, A.4
response files installation
about, A
root user, 4.5.1, 4.5.1
logging in as, 2.1
root.sh script
backing up, 5.2.1

S

Sample Schemas
tablespaces and data files, 6.10.1
SAN (storage area network) disks, 3.4.4
schema passwords, 4.5.1
schemas
database schema passwords, 4.5.1
Oracle Schemas, about, Preface
Sample Schemas tablespaces and data files, 6.10.1
security
dividing ownership of Oracle software, 2.6
management tools, H.2
See also passwords
server parameter file (SPFILE), 3.3
SERVICE_NAMES initialization parameter, 6.8, 6.8
shell
determining default shell for oracle user, 2.13
SHELL environment variable
checking value of, 2.13
SID, 6.8
setting ORACLE_SID environment variable, 2.13
SID. See Oracle Database SID
silent mode
about, A.1
reasons for using, A.1.1
See also response file mode, response files, A.1
silent mode installation, A.4
smit command, 2.6.2.1, 2.6.2.2, 2.6.2.3, 2.6.2.4, 2.6.2.5, 2.6.2.6, 2.6.2.7.2
software certification, 1.3.1
software requirements, 2.3
SPFILE server parameter file, 3.3
SQL Developer
accessing, 6.5
SQL Server database, H.4
SQL*Plus
accessing, 6.4
SQLJ class, 5.3.4.3
static service information
adding for mgwextproc service, 5.3.4.1
storage area network disks, 3.4.4
storage management See Automatic Storage Management
suppressed mode. See response file mode
swap space
checking, 2.2.1, 3.1.1
requirements, 2.2, 3.1
Sybase Adapter Server database, H.4
SYSASM
OSASM, 2.6.1.3
SYSDBA privilege
associated UNIX group, 2.6.1.2, 2.6.1.3
SYSOPER privilege
associated UNIX group, 2.6.1.2
SYSTEM
tablespace, description, 6.10.1
System Identifier, 6.8
See SID
system01.dbf data file, 6.10.1, 6.10.1

T

tablespaces, 6.10.1
defined, 6.10.1
in databases, 6.10.1
reviewing, 6.10
setting up, 6.10.1
expanding for large sorts, 6.10.1
Optimal Flexible Architecture
special tablespaces, D.2.4
SYSTEM, 6.10.1
TEMP, 6.10.1
UNDOTBS, 6.10.1
USERS, 6.10.1
TEMP
tablespace (temp01.dbf), 6.10.1
temp01.dbf data file, 6.10.1
temporary disk space
requirements, 2.2, 3.1
Teradata database, H.4
TMP environment variable, 2.2.3, 3.1.2
setting, 2.13
TMPDIR environment variable, 2.2.3, 3.1.2
setting, 2.13
TNS_ADMIN environment variable
unsetting, 2.13
tnsnames.ora file, 5.3.1
adding a connect descriptor, 5.3.4.2
MGW_AGENT service name, 5.3.4.2
modifying for external procedures, 5.3.4.2
troubleshooting, G
display errors, G.3
fatal errors, G.7.2
remote terminal installation, G.3
su command, G.3
/usr/X11R6/bin/xdpyinfo, G.3

U

umask command, 2.13
UNDOTBS
tablespace (undotbs01.dbf), 6.10.1
UNIX commands
cfgmgr, 3.4.5
chmod, 2.9.2, 2.11.2, 3.4.5
chown, 2.9.2, 2.11.2, 3.4.5
lsdev, 3.4.5
lspv, 3.4.5
mkdir, 2.9.2, 2.11.2
passwd, 2.6.2.7.2
ps, 2.12
smit, 2.6.2.1, 2.6.2.2, 2.6.2.3, 2.6.2.4, 2.6.2.5, 2.6.2.6, 2.6.2.7.2
umask, 2.13
unset, 2.13
unsetenv, 2.13
xhost, 2.1
xterm, 2.1
UNIX groups
checking for existing oinstall group, 2.6.2.1
OSDBA (dba), 2.6.1.2
OSDBA (dba) for Oracle Restart, 2.6.1.3
OSOPER (oper), 2.6.1.2
using NIS, 2.6.2
UNIX users
using NIS, 2.6.2
UNIX workstation
installing from, 2.1
unset command, 2.13
unsetenv command, 2.13
upgraded databases
configuring, 5.2.2
upgrading, 1.12
ASM, 1.12.1
Daylight Savings Time, 1.12.2
USERS
tablespace (users01.dbf), 6.10.1
users
creating the oracle user, 2.6.2.7, 2.6.2.7.1
Oracle Restart, 2.6.1.3
users and groups, 2.6
UTLRP.SQL
recompiling invalid SQL modules, 5.2.2

V

very large databases
Optimal Flexible Architecture naming mount points, D.2.2.2

W

Web servers (Oracle HTTP Server), H.3
WebSphere MQ
CSD download location, 2.3.3.3
WebSphere MQ class, 5.3.4.3
WebSphere MQ Series database, H.4
Windows
analogy for Oracle base directory, 2.8.1

X

X Window
display errors, G.1
X Window system
enabling remote hosts, 2.1, 2.1
xhost command, 2.1
XML data, H.2
xterm command, 2.1