Important: During the Database Instance” installation the Software Provisioning Manager stops and prompts you to install the Oracle database software:

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You need to proceed as follows to install the Oracle 11.2g database software (11.2.0.4 version).

==> Oracle Database Installation <==

Important: You need to run the Oracle RUNINSTALLER with the user ora<sid> (in this specific case the oralod user).

– Updating the SAP RUNINSTALLER Scripts

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If a newer version is available, I recommend that you update the Oracle Installation scripts, which are attached to SAP note 1524205 (Oracle 11.2.0: Database Software Installation). In my specific case all the installation scripts are up to date, in the latest version (Patch Level 043).

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– Installing the Oracle Database Software

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For more information about the current patch set and how to install Oracle database 11.2 software, see the following SAP notes:

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1431799 – Oracle 11.2.0: Current Patch Set

1524205 – Oracle 11.2.0: Database Software Installation

For more information about the troubleshooting installation read the SAP note 1431796 (Oracle 11.2.0: Troubleshooting the Software Installation).

You need to start the X in the linux server. For this you can use a X software, for example the Xming software:

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Start the Oracle Universal Installer (OUI) with the Oracle database software owner, the user ora<sid>, as follows:

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Press “Yes”.

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Press “Yes”.

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Press the button “Fix & Check Again”.

The OUI prompts to execute some scripts as “root”:

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The checker informs that it is necessary install the sysstat package. You can execute the installation of this specific package through the YaST2:

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After the installation of sysstat package you can proceed with the installation:

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Once again the OUI prompts to execute some scripts as “root”:

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Note: The patch set software is now installed in the installation Oracle home. You now have to install the required SAP Bundle Patch. For this installation I will not perform this installation but it’s highly recommended that you apply the latest SBP, it contains a lot of errors corrections, relevant PSU (Patchset Updates), merge fixes, oracle patches, etc. For more information about the SAP bundle patch please read the following SAP notes:

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1431793 – Oracle 11.2.0: Upgrade Scripts

1027012 – MOPatch – Install Multiple Oracle Patches in One Run

1431800 – Oracle 11.2.0: Central Technical Note

Since all the tasks were done, you can proceed with the SAP installation wizard (Software Provisioning Manager) from the stage that it stopped (Press “OK”):

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Finish with success:

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This is the size of file system after the Oracle database installation:

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=> CHECK THE CONTINUATION OF THIS DOCUMENT IN THE FOLLOWING LINK:

SAP Migration – Win/MaxDB <=> Win & Linux/Oracle DB – PART 6


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