“What’s for lunch today?”, said the newly born ready to run Red Hat 6.4 server.
“Well, I have an outstanding 3-course meal of OEM12c installation.
For the appetizer, a light and crispy ASM 12c,
DB 12c with patching for the main and desert, and to cover everything up, OEM 12c setup and configuration”, replied the DBA who was really happy to prepare such a great meal for his new friend.
“Ok, let’s start cooking, it won’t take long”, said the DBA and took all his cookware (software), prepared ingredients (disk devices) and got the grid infrastructure cooked:
-responseFile /home/oracle/install/grid/response/grid_install.rsp -showProgress
And added some crumbs:
where /tmp/asm.rsp had:
“It was a great starter”, said the server finishing the first dish,
“I am getting even more hungry. What’s for the main?”.
“Oh, you will love it! It is Database 12c. It is one of these new meals and it is already very popular”, answered the DBA enthusiastically and continued cooking.
“Looking forward to trying it”, the server decided to have a nap until the dish was ready.
“You asked, you got it”, and the DBA gave the server the dish he never tried:
./runInstaller -silent -showProgress
The topping ingredient was of course a brand new database:
./dbca -silent -createDatabase -gdbName em12
“Delicious! That’s what I dreamt of! Where did you find it?”, the server could not hide his admiration.
“Well, you have not tried desert yet. When you have it, you will forget all those dishes that you had before.”
“Hmm, you intrigue me. Definitely I will have it!”
“Anything for you, my friend”, and the DBA started his final dish:
He brewed coffee – installed jdk 7.25
Made secret sauce – installed WebLogic Server
/usr/java/jdk1.7.0_25/bin/java -d64 -jar wls1036_generic.jar
-mode=silent -silent_xml=wls.xml -log=wls.log
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" ?>
<data-value name="BEAHOME" value="/u01/em12" />
<data-value name="WLS_INSTALL_DIR" value="/u01/em12/wlserver_10.3" />
<data-value name="COMPONENT_PATHS" value="WebLogic Server" />
And cooked his famous, rich and delicious desert:
“You made my day!” exclaimed the server when nothing was left on his plate.
“Anytime my friend!” smiled DBA in response.
He was as happy as any chef that the cooking went the way it was planned and the final product was just as the recipe had said.
Have a good day!