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If any of the lines are red, read the error message and solve the issue.
This part of the installation is placing all the components of the database into the
libraries. In our case, it tool about 40 minutes.
At the completion of the process, the end of installation screen appeared in the
OUI window.
You can monitor progress by watching the allocation of the PDS
files.
Note: The log name is displayed at the bottom of the window. The log will contain
messages on the progress of the installer. Example 3-3 shows a sample from our
log.
Example 3-3 Extract from the installer log file
Using paramFile: /oracle/o10gDisk/install/oraparam.ini
Checking installer requirements...
Checking operating system version: must be 14.00, 15.00 or 16.00.
Actual 14.0
0
Passed
All installer requirements met.
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Environment Variables:
ORACLE_HOME =
PATH = /usr/local/bin:/usr/sbin:/bin:.:/bin:/usr/local/bin
CLASSPATH =
Username:ORACLE1
Setting variable 'PREREQ_CONFIG_LOCATION' to ''. Received the value from
variabl
e association.
*** Welcome Page***
Figure 3-3 Request that you run the rootpre.sh script
At this point, we had our system administrator with UID 0 authority run the root.sh
script.
Example 3-4 on page 47 shows the messages our system administrator
received.
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Example 3-4 Output from root.sh script
mvs03:/oracle/o10g42004>./root.sh
Running Oracle10 root.sh script...
The following environment variables are set as:
ORACLE_OWNER= ORACLE1
ORACLE_HOME= /oracle/o10gtest
Enter the full pathname of the local bin directory: Ý/usr/local/bin¨:
Copying dbhome to /usr/local/bin ...
Copying oraenv to /usr/local/bin ...
Creating /var/opt/oracle/oratab file...
Adding entry to /var/opt/oracle/oratab file...
Finished running generic part of root.sh script.
Now product-specific root actions will be performed.
Then we clicked Next, which gave us the end of installation panel.
Note: This script writes files in the /usr/local/bin directory.
Click Exit. You will get a window asking if you want to exit; click Yes. In early
testing, if we did this too quickly, we got a message about a dump.
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At this point we had completed the installation of the Oracle libraries.
Example 3-5 shows the PDS files that were created (they could be seen using
TSO).
Example 3-5 List of PDS files that were created
Command - Enter "/" to select action Tracks %Used XT
Device
--------------------------------------------------------------------
-------
IBM1.V10G.AUTHLOAD 4500 87
5 3390
IBM1.V10G.CMDLOAD 6750 94
6 3390
IBM1.V10G.H 90 85
5 3390
IBM1.V10G.INSTLIB 30 2
1 3390
IBM1.V10G.MACLIB 30 13
1 3390
IBM1.V10G.MESG 1950 96
5 3390
IBM1.V10G.OBJLIB 15 20
1 3390
IBM1.V10G.SQL 75 98
1 3390
IBM1.V10G.SQLLIB 15 93
1 3390
IBM1.V10G.SRCLIB 30 83 1
3390
Some of these files are using extents. If you have enough contiguous space, you
may want to increase the default of the primary extent.
Example 3-6 shows the files that were installed in /oracle as USS files.
Example 3-6 Directories and files installed in the USS zFS file system
ORACLE HOME
$ ls
ls
ENV dbs jdk14 network perl
sqlplus
OPatch diagnostics jlib nls plsql srvm
assistants dm ldap olap precomp sysman

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