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Application R12 Installation

Posted by Srikrishna Murthy Annam on September 19, 2009

R12 Installation

Ref Note : 402310.1

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Assuming that i am installing applications on linux machine.

1) Check the system requirements

software requirements -> ar , gcc ,g++ , ld , ksh , make , X Display Server
Memory Requirements  -> 1 GB RAM

Disk Space Requirement -> 200 GB

2) Create OS user accounts ( oracle , applmgr )

# id oracle
uid=1000(oracle) gid=1001(dba) groups=1001(dba)
# id applmgr
uid=1003(applmgr) gid=1001(dba) groups=1001(dba)

3) Setup Stage area and copy the software to the stage area

# pwd
# ls
oraAppDB  oraApps  oraAS  oraDB  startCD

4) Start the Rapid Install ( as root user)

# cd /u01/stage/startCD/Disk1/rapidwiz
# ./rapidwiz

5) Screen shots.

6) Change the ownership of the directories

#chown -R oracle:dba <database base directory>
#chown -R applmgr:dba <applications base directory>

R12Install_1 R12Install_2





Then check the Login URL.

Default username and passwords: sysadmin/sysadmin ; apps/apps

Disk space requirement for 11i and R12

For 11i

Applications node file system (includes iAS/8.0.6 ORACLE_HOME, COMMON_TOP, and APPL_TOP) 26 GB
Database tier file system (fresh install with a production database)  OR

Database tier file system (fresh install with a Vision Demo database)31 GB

65 GBTotal space for a single node system, not including stage area57 GB for a fresh Install with a production database
91 GB for a fresh install with a Vision Demo

For R12

Applications node file system (includes OracleAS 10.1.2 ORACLE_HOME, OracleAS 10.1.3 ORACLE_HOME, COMMON_TOP, APPL_TOP, and INST_TOP) 28 GB (40 GB on HP-UX Itanium)
Database node file system (Fresh install) 45 GB
Database node file system (Vision Demo database) 133 GB (145 GB on HP-UX Itanium)

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