Category: Oracle Infrastructure Project

Build your own Oracle Infrastructure Project Series.

Build Your Own Oracle Infrastructure: Part 12 – Use Oracle Recovery Manager

Build Your Own Oracle Infrastructure: Part 12 –            Use Oracle Recovery Manager.   Recovery Manager or RMAN as it is more commonly known, is Oracle’s proprietary backup, restore and recovery solution for Oracle databases. In Part 12, we’ll setup RMAN and run through some common and more interesting backup, restore and …

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Build Your Own Oracle Infrastructure: Master Index

Build Your Own Oracle Infrastructure             Master Index: Hardware. Software. Install Oracle VM Software. Configure OVM Server. Create VMs. Build OEM Cloud Control Server. Build Oracle RAC Servers. SSH, DNS & CVU. Build the Shared Storage Server. Install Oracle GI & Database Software. Oracle RAC Database: Create, Test & Administer. …

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Build Your Own Oracle Infrastructure: Part 11 – Oracle RAC Database: Create, Test & Administer.

Build Your Own Oracle Infrastructure: Part 11 –      Oracle RAC Database: Create, Test & Administer.     We’re now ready to create an Oracle RAC database. It’s mostly quite similar to creating a single instance Oracle database. The major differences come with how the various infrastructure components are administered. We’ll get to that …

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Build Your Own Oracle Infrastructure: Part 10 – Install Oracle GI & Database Software

Build Your Own Oracle Infrastructure: Part 10 – Install Oracle GI & Database Software. After building and configuring the hardware infrastructure, we’re finally ready to install some Oracle software. If all the previous 9 posts have been completed successfully, the software installations should be a breeze. In Part 10, we’ll install the OEM Management Agent,  …

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Build Your Own Oracle Infrastructure: Part 9 – Build the Shared Storage Server.

Build Your Own Oracle Infrastructure: Part9 –             Build the Shared Storage Server. The last major hurdle we need to overcome before installing some Oracle software and building a RAC database is to configure shared storage. Shared storage is the key to making Oracle RAC work. The same storage concurrently visible …

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Build Your Own Oracle Infrastructure: Part 8 – SSH, DNS & CVU.

Build Your Own Oracle Infrastructure: Part 8 –              SSH, DNS & CVU. It’s acronym time boys and girls! Before we get to the fun part of configuring the shared storage in Part 9, we need setup a few more slightly less fun items. Secure Shell or SSH and Domain …

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Build Your Own Oracle Infrastructure: Part 7 – Build Oracle RAC Servers.

Build Your Own Oracle Infrastructure: Part 7 –            Build Oracle RAC Servers.   Now it’s time to start the process of building our first Oracle RAC system. To do that, we’ll initially need 2 Oracle Database 12c server nodes running Oracle Linux. This next installment demonstrates how to do that rather efficiently …

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Build Your Own Oracle Infrastructure: Part 6 – Build OEM Cloud Control Server.

Build Your Own Oracle Infrastructure: Part 6 –            Build OEM Cloud Control Server. Now that the basic building blocks of the Oracle Database infrastructure are in place, it’s time to start building out the servers themselves. A management console helps enormously with the administration and maintenance of servers and that’s …

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Build Your Own Oracle Infrastructure: Part 5 – Create VMs.

Build Your Own Oracle Infrastructure: Part 5 –        Create VMs. With the hard work of configuring the OVM Server behind us, we can move onto the relatively simple task of creating VMs. Just as with a physical computer, a virtual computer is made up of various resources. These include CPU, memory, disk, …

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Build Your Own Oracle Infrastructure: Part 4 – Configure OVM Server.

Build Your Own Oracle Infrastructure: Part 4 – Configure OVM Server. Configuring Oracle VM Server using Oracle VM Manager can be a little tricky. However, once you know just a handful of concepts and some terminology, you’ll wonder what the fuss was all about. In Part 4, we’ll show you the steps to configure OVM …

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