Complete guide to install Oracle Database
Hardware and Software Requirements
Before installing the software, Oracle Universal Installer (OUI) performs several automated checks to ensure that your computer fulfills the basic hardware and software requirements for an Oracle Database installation. If your computer does not meet the requirements, an error message is displayed. Some of the requirements to install the software are:
- Minimum 2 GB of physical memory
- Sufficient virtual memory (swap)
- At least 10 GB of free disk space
- Select “Use My Oracle Support credentials for download” to download and apply the latest software updates.
- Select “Use pre-downloaded software updates” to apply software updates that you previously downloaded.
- Select “Skip software updates” if do not want to apply any updates.
Accept the default and click Next.
4) The Select Installation Option window appears with the following options:
- Select “Create and configure a database” to install the database, create the database instance and configure the database
- Select “Install database software only” to only install the database software
- Select “Upgrade an existing database” to upgrade the database that is already installed
7) Select the ‘Advanced install’ option so the database installation parameters may be changed. Click ‘Next’.
8) Select the languages that you want your database to hold the information in what all languages.
9) Select the ‘Enterprise Edition’ radio button and then click ‘Next’
10) Select the install location to be the E:app_112040. Use the rest of the path as the default path. Click ‘Next’.
11) Select ‘General purpose/Transaction Processing’ radio button and click ‘Next’
12) Enter the Global database name and the SID, both as OSBPRD. Click ‘Next’
13) This the configuration screens. On the ‘Memory’ tab, let the ‘Enable Automatic Memory Management’ be checked.
By default, the database is set to take 40% of the available physical RAM of the machine, which in this case is approx. 13GB. Make it 8GB
Do not click ‘Next’ yet! Click on the ‘Character sets’ tab next to the ‘Memory’ tab.
On the ‘Character sets’ tab, select the ‘Use Unicode (AL32UTF8)’ radio button. Click ‘Next’
14) Let the default option, ‘Use Oracle Enterprise Manager Database Control for database management’ be selected and click ‘Next’.
15) Let the default, ‘File System’ radio button be selected and let the path be the default path. Click ‘Next’.
16) Let default ‘Do not enable automatic backup’ be selected. Click ‘Next’.
17) Enter the password. This password will be used later to log into administrator accounts such as SYS and SYSTEM. Click Next.
18) Click Next
19) Click Install
20) Wait through as the installation finishes. Let whatever popup’s open during the process and cancel nothing.
21) On the database configuration window that opens up, click on the ‘Ok’ button.
22) The database would have successfully installed. Click ‘Close’.