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Comments for Oracle Database 18c Installation On Oracle Linux 6 (OL6) and 7 (OL7)


Jamal Khan said...

Finally we can try your 18c article, it's not stick with just assumption

Anonymous said...

I believe you meant to refer to the 18 rpm pkg rather than the 12c one. No ?

Anonymous said...

I forgot to congratulate you for your work :-)

Tim... said...

Hi.

LOL. Yes. I didn't notice it in the text in two positions. :) Sorted now. Thanks for the heads-up, and for the support.

Cheers

Tim...

Stephen Butterworth said...

Hi Tim,
Looks like a typo in your start/stop scripts:
chown -R oracle.oinstall /home/oracle/scripts

should be
chown -R oracle:oinstall /home/oracle/scripts

Cheers
Steve

Tim... said...

Hi.

Under Linux you can use the "." or ":". Historically chown only accepted ".", but was later switched to accept ":" also. :)

I guess ":" is probably better practise, as it matches other true UNIX shells, but "." still works fine, so you will see it in some of my scripts, but not all.

Cheers

Tim...

Tim... said...

I noticed I used both ":" and "." in this article, so I switched all to "." in case it confuses anyone, but as stated earlier, both are legal and work.

Cheers

Tim...

Anonymous said...

spelling error: export ORA_INVENTORY=/u01/app/oraInvenotry

Tim... said...

Hi.

Corrected. Thanks for the heads-up. :)

Cheers

Tim...

Patrick Jolliffe said...

# yum install -y install oracle-database-preinstall-18c

One too many "install"s there I think :)

Tim... said...

Hi.

Yes. Dodgy copy/paste from my vagrant build. Thanks for the head-up. :) You are promoted to editor in chief! :)

Cheers

Tim...

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