Install Oracle Apps R12 on Linux VMWare

As promised here comes Oracle Applications R12 Installation on Linux Virtual Machine installed on my Windows Vista (You can try on XP or 2000 as well).

I purchased 500 GB USB hard disk from Amazon Western Digital 500GB “My Book” Premium 1C External Hard Drive USB2.0/Firewire – Retail kit and attached with my laptop for staging and installing Oracle Apps R12 .

Create an Staging Area

This step is not required but if you wish to install

Oracle Apps R12 for more than once its better to stage R12 software disk. This will also be helpful as you won’t have to insert CD’s manually during installation. Follow Page 29 or 1-13 of Oracle R12 Installation Guide to Create Staging Area.

Here is steps for creating staging on Linux
1. Verify you have perl version 5.0053 and higher (perl -v)
2. Run adautostg.pl from $StartHereCD/Disk1/rapidwiz/ (perl /../../…/adautostg.pl)
If you have downloaded Disks from edelivery this script is under zip file B42091-01_3of5.zip on Start Here Disk


For New Oracle Apps R12 Installation there are two options – Express Install & Standard Install (Express – Not much options available & it will do single user single node Install). Choose Standard Install for your customized configuration.
If you have selected Express Install you can’t install it from root account , you have to use any other operating system account like oracle

Start Oracle Apps R12 Installation
To start Installation execute rapidwiz from startCD/Disk1/rapidwiz/ either from disk or from staging area if you have created one.

On Next two screen you have to accept license agreement & enter CSI number(type anything) and accept agreement.


In this screen you have option to select new configuration or an existing configuration (If this is a reinstall or from another instance or second node)

You have to select port pool , if this is first install on this machine then select any port pool else make sure ports are not conflicting with any other software. For me 3 is lucky number so I just picked it 😉 and Installation was successful for me)


In this screen enter database related configuration. I had to create base directory manually as it was erroring out for me.

Make sure users & groups you mention in this screen are already created on linux machine which you install (on VMWare).

Enter Application Tier Configuration on this screen . Notice Instance Directory which is new in Oracle Applications R12 which I am going to cover in future.


This screen will show you node information (Database Tier & Application Tier)

On clicking next , all prereq checks are made related to port availability, Host & domain name checks, file space …..


Fix related issues if any check fails .


This completes your setup task for installation & installer will prompt you to confirm Oracle Applications R12 Installation.

If you hit any issues during installation please raise them in forum at http://teachMeOracle.com/forum and Apps DBA Guru’s will be there to assist you.

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53 comments
Anonymous says March 8, 2007

Extremely good, thanks Atul.

Just to share with you, this is my check list to become an Apps DBA.

Day-to-Day Activities
Apps Architect
Pre and Post Requisites for Installation
Request Flow Charts
Web Server
AD Utilities
Concurrent Manager
Patching
Cloning
Upgrading
Health Check
Tunning Application
Troubleshooting Scenario’s
Miscellenous topics

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Atul Kumar says March 8, 2007

KK,
Very good , this covers almost all components 🙂

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Anonymous says March 8, 2007

Thanks, Atul.

By the way, my name is Kamal Kant and am Practice Head for a Finance Company in India.

I was feeling like to upgrade my skill as I am in Core Oracle DBA job for the last almost 10 years.

So I am very keen to learn Oracle Apps.

I am taking your site as a master site from where I am following every step.

I will keep you bothering with my findings and questions. 🙂

Regards,

Kamal Kant (KK)
Practice Head
Database Management Group

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senthil says March 18, 2007

Hi Atal,

Your information is really usefull for me many times.

Could you please help for the following things:

1. I installed vmware server
2. Create virutal Machine
3. Installed Red hat linux

Now I want to install oracle 11i apps from CD.

I logged in as root and run the
{root@localhost rapidwiz}#rapidwiz

but an error occur:
[root@localhost Disk1]# ./rapidwiz/rapidwiz

Rapid Install Wizard is validating your file system……

Rapid Install found an already existing /tmp/RapidInstall directory.Please make sure that no other instance of Rapid Install is running
or that the previous Rapid Install session completed. If the area
in /tmp/RapidInstall is no longer being used, it must be completely
removed before starting up a new Rapid Install session.

[root@localhost Disk1]#

SO, ACCORDING TO THE ABOVE ERROR I TRIED TO DELETE THE RapidInstall folder under /tmp/ But its not deleted.

[root@localhost tmp]# ls
gconfd-root mapping-root orbit-senthil xses-root.yzWetO
gconfd-senthil mapping-senthil RapidInstall
keyring-9zIFeQ orbit-root ssh-BcIMz23870
[root@localhost tmp]# rm -r RapidInstall
rm: descend into directory `RapidInstall’? y
rm: descend into directory `RapidInstall/jlib’? y
rm: descend into directory `RapidInstall/jlib/java’? y
rm: descend into directory `RapidInstall/jlib/java/oracle’?

Please let help me is there any prerequiste like JDK and any other linux related tools?

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Atul Kumar says March 18, 2007

To delete recursive with force option use

rm -rf RapidInstall

On Linux If this is R12 you need not to install anything but if this is 11i as per install doc you need to first install JDK .

Install JDK 1.3.1 or 1.4.2 on linux any then run installer once again .

Atul

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kapil says May 4, 2007

hey Atul,

nice to see your efforts!!!

i have installed a r12 on linux on my sandbox environment. it was working fine. i was able to run concurrent programs etc. now suddenly when i put the URL on my browser i.e.
http://localhost:port/OA_HTML/AppsLogin

i don’t receive a login screen.

the browser shows the status of done at the left bottom corner, but the login screen is not coming up.

i saw the Apache logs but there were none created there.

could you please suggest where could exactly be the problem

thanks
kapil

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kapil says May 4, 2007

thanks
kapil

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Atul Kumar says May 4, 2007

Kapil is web server Up ?

Restart services & check for

netstat -an | grep [web_port]

to see if web server is listning on that port

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kapil says May 4, 2007

hey atul,

nice to c ur efforts!!

i have installed r12 on my linux sandbox environment.it was working fine. i was able to run requests etc.
but now when i put the login URL on my browser i.e.

http://localhost:port/OA_HTML/AppsLogin

the browser shows the status at the left bottom corner as done, but the login screen doesn’t comes up.

i have checked the \Apache logs also but none was created.

could you suggest where exactly could be the problem.

thanks
kapil

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kapil says May 4, 2007

atul,

the services have been restarted and the webserver is up and listening to that port

[oracle@uranus oracle]$ netstat -an|grep 8043
tcp 0 0 0.0.0.0:8043 0.0.0.0:* LISTEN

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kapil says May 4, 2007

atul,

the webserver is up..

[oracle@uranus oracle]$ netstat -an|grep 8043
tcp 0 0 0.0.0.0:8043 0.0.0.0:* LISTEN

i have restarted the services.

thanks
kapil

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kapil says May 4, 2007

atul,

netstat gives the following result which shows the webserver is up!!!(as far as i know)

[oracle@uranus fnd]$ netstat -an|grep 8043
tcp 0 0 0.0.0.0:8043 0.0.0.0:* LISTEN
tcp 0 0 160.110.149.14:28816 160.110.149.14:8043 ESTABLISHED
tcp 0 0 160.110.149.14:8043 160.110.149.14:28816 ESTABLISHED
tcp 0 0 160.110.149.14:8043 160.110.149.205:3532 ESTABLISHED

thanks
kapil

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punnarao says May 29, 2007

hi atul,

i am net to oracle apps. in my system i installed oracle apps11i(VIS database) in vm ware image on linux.
after completion of installation concerent managers are working fine. when i check concerment managers status using below command
#ps -ef|grep FND|wc -l its showing 160+ value. when i restart my linux in vmware i started apps. after i checked using same command it’s showing only 3. when i creat request it’ not executing. it’s showing no such managers are running it’s showing. how to start all concerent manager in oracle apps.please help me. bacause i am facing this problem fast 15 days. i am waiting for u r reply.

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sree says August 22, 2007

Hi atul

iam sreekanth new to apps, iam actually trying to install oracle apps 11.5.10 on vmware server 1.0.2, ihave installed vmware server on Windows server machine and installed linux ES4. everything seems to work fine and iam able to start apps installation too, but after installation iam able to find only database ievision database is installed and the other components like visappl viscomm visora… have only few folders and the application is not getting installed totally apart from database, can you please suggest me what might be the problem, thanks in advance, regards sreekanth

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Atul Kumar says August 22, 2007

Sreekanth,
What error message u r getting during installation ? did installation complete successfully ?
Check install logs
Atul

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sree says August 23, 2007

hi atul

ihave checked install logs, its showing that theres an exception happened with sql , the exact error i have not copied , sry for that.. i have deleted the full oracle folder after that and the related orainventory folder which is in /etc.. inspite of several attempts its failing to install, i copied the full dump of oracle folder which i had taken backup before in my old server, and i setup the new server with the old servername and the sameip and started the services, its started working fine… ihave not even follwed the cloning process but everything is working fine…. but if i get the problem of installing next time iwill surely post the error log file, thanks atul

Regards

Sreekanth

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sree says August 23, 2007

hi atul

actually during installation, at the stage 2 of 5 it shows creating database profiles and the installation ends abruptly and the installation window closes automatically, the log files shows there is an exception occured due to network failure and sql problems, iam not very sure of the error message as i have deleted the full folder of oracle, iwill try to post it if i get it next time, thanks for the help atul

Regards

Sreekanth

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AKBAR says November 24, 2007

Hi Atul,
On my windowxp laptop I have downloaded all the zip file for Oracle App R12. I have also installed Enterprise Linux on VMWare. Now i am trying to create the stage area. As mentioned above that to create stage area. Run adautostg.pl on Linux.

Run adautostg.pl from $StartHereCD/Disk1/rapidwiz/ (perl /../../…/adautostg.plRun adautostg.pl

Now . All my zip files are lying in window xp machine. How can i run the zip file in linux to create the stage area?

Is there a way to copy all my zip files from my local machine to Linux on vmware ?

Waiting for your reply.

Thanks,
Akbar Husen Shaikh

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AKBAR says November 24, 2007

Hi,

I was able to transfer file from window xp to Enterprise linux on Vmware using ftp .

Following is the link for information on transfering files using between your local machine and machine on vmware.

http://www.faqts.com/knowledge_base/view.phtml/aid/23670/fid/445

Akbar

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Atul Kumar says November 28, 2007

Akbar,
If you have all zip files, copy them to linux machine via ftp , rcp or scp in one directory on linux and then unzip all of them . It will create five directories (This is your staging area)

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puneetb11 says June 6, 2008

None of oracle products are certified with VMWare… is that right?

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Muthu says July 2, 2008

I am trying to install R12 on VMware and facing a problem. the Platform is RHEL 4.4

the Rapid wizard is througing an error. the log is below. Please tell me what are my options and how to resolve the. I am downloading from edelivery website. Metalink is not giving a good solution to resolve the problem. Will be great if any one can help.Thanks
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Oracle Applications Rapid Install Wizard Install log

>> Using Rapid Wizard Version : 12.0.4.6
>> Install session started : Wed Jul 02 01:24:49 EDT 2008
>> Rapid Wizard source location : /home/oracle/U01/stage12/startCD/Disk1/rapidwiz
>> Command Line arguments for this run :

=================================================================

Install Session Information

Host Name : vision.amk.com
Host Operating System : Linux (32-bit)
User running Install : oracle

=================================================================

InstUpgPanel
—————————————

User action : Install Oracle Applications
Install type : Express Install

CCMPanel
———————————–

No choice on CCM
CCMPanel
———————————–

User action : Upgrade Oracle Applications file System
Install type : Upgrade

instantiate file:
source : /home/oracle/U01/stage12/startCD/Disk1/rapidwiz/etc/adxdbctx.tmp
dest : /tmp/07020124/vision_VIS_db.xml
instantiate file:
source : /tmp/07020124/vision_VIS_db.xml
dest : /tmp/07020124/vision_VIS_db.xml
instantiate file:
source : /tmp/07020124/vision_VIS_db.xml
dest : /tmp/07020124/vision_VIS_db.xml
instantiate file:
source : /tmp/07020124/vision_VIS_db.xml
dest : /tmp/07020124/vision_VIS_db.xml
instantiate file:
source : /tmp/07020124/vision_VIS_db.xml
dest : /tmp/07020124/vision_VIS_db.xml
instantiate file:
source : /home/oracle/U01/stage12/startCD/Disk1/rapidwiz/etc/adxdbctx.tmp
dest : /tmp/07020124/vision_VIS_db.xml
instantiate file:
source : /tmp/07020124/vision_VIS_db.xml
dest : /tmp/07020124/vision_VIS_db.xml
instantiate file:
source : /tmp/07020124/vision_VIS_db.xml
dest : /tmp/07020124/vision_VIS_db.xml
instantiate file:
source : /tmp/07020124/vision_VIS_db.xml
dest : /tmp/07020124/vision_VIS_db.xml
instantiate file:
source : /tmp/07020124/vision_VIS_db.xml
dest : /tmp/07020124/vision_VIS_db.xml
instantiate file:
source : /home/oracle/U01/stage12/startCD/Disk1/rapidwiz/etc/adxmlctx.tmp
dest : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_apps.xml
instantiate file:
source : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_apps.xml
dest : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_apps.xml
instantiate file:
source : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_apps.xml
dest : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_apps.xml
instantiate file:
source : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_apps.xml
dest : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_apps.xml
instantiate file:
source : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_apps.xml
dest : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_apps.xml
instantiate file:
source : /home/oracle/U01/stage12/startCD/Disk1/rapidwiz/etc/adxmlctx.tmp
dest : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_apps.xml
instantiate file:
source : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_apps.xml
dest : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_apps.xml
instantiate file:
source : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_apps.xml
dest : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_apps.xml
instantiate file:
source : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_apps.xml
dest : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_apps.xml
instantiate file:
source : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_apps.xml
dest : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_apps.xml
Database Port : 1521
RPC Port : 1626
Web SSL Port : 4443
ONS Local Port : 6100
ONS Remote Port : 6200
ONS Request Port : 6500
Web Listener Port : 8000
Active Web Port : 8000
Forms Port : 9000
Metrics Server Data Port : 9100
Metrics Server Request Port : 9200
JTF Fulfillment Server Port : 9300
MSCA Server Port : 10200-10205
MCSA Telnet Server Port : 10200,10202,10204
MSCA Dispatcher Port : 10800
Java Object Cache Port : 12345
OC4J JMS Port Range for Oacore : 23000-23004
OC4J JMS Port Range for Forms : 23500-23504
OC4J JMS Port Range for Home : 24000-24004
OC4J JMS Port Range for Oafm : 24500-24504
OC4J AJP Port Range for Oacore : 21500-21504
OC4J AJP Port Range for Forms : 22000-22004
OC4J AJP Port Range for Home : 22500-22504
OC4J AJP Port Range for Oafm : 25000-25004
OC4J RMI Port Range for Oacore : 20000-20004
OC4J RMI Port Range for Forms : 20500-20504
OC4J RMI Port Range for Home : 21000-21004
OC4J RMI Port Range for Oafm : 25500-25504
Oracle Connection Manager Port : 1521
DB ONS Local Port : 6300
DB ONS Remote Port : 6400
instantiate file:
source : /home/oracle/U01/stage12/startCD/Disk1/rapidwiz/etc/adxdbctx.tmp
dest : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_db.xml
instantiate file:
source : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_db.xml
dest : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_db.xml
instantiate file:
source : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_db.xml
dest : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_db.xml
instantiate file:
source : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_db.xml
dest : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_db.xml
instantiate file:
source : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_db.xml
dest : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_db.xml
instantiate file:
source : /home/oracle/U01/stage12/startCD/Disk1/rapidwiz/etc/adxdbctx.tmp
dest : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_db.xml
instantiate file:
source : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_db.xml
dest : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_db.xml
instantiate file:
source : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_db.xml
dest : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_db.xml
instantiate file:
source : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_db.xml
dest : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_db.xml
instantiate file:
source : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_db.xml
dest : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_db.xml
instantiate file:
source : /home/oracle/U01/stage12/startCD/Disk1/rapidwiz/etc/adxmlctx.tmp
dest : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_apps.xml
instantiate file:
source : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_apps.xml
dest : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_apps.xml
instantiate file:
source : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_apps.xml
dest : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_apps.xml
instantiate file:
source : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_apps.xml
dest : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_apps.xml
instantiate file:
source : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_apps.xml
dest : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_apps.xml
instantiate file:
source : /home/oracle/U01/stage12/startCD/Disk1/rapidwiz/etc/adxmlctx.tmp
dest : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_apps.xml
instantiate file:
source : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_apps.xml
dest : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_apps.xml
instantiate file:
source : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_apps.xml
dest : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_apps.xml
instantiate file:
source : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_apps.xml
dest : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_apps.xml
instantiate file:
source : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_apps.xml
dest : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_apps.xml
ExpressInstallPanel
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Writing configuration file to: /home/oracle/d01/oracle/PROD/db/tech_st/10.2.0/appsutil/conf_PROD.txt

Adding ports for Server0_vision
Setting port s_db_ons_localport to 6300
Setting port s_db_ons_remoteport to 6400
Setting port s_cmanport to 1521
Adding ports for Server1_vision
Setting port s_rpcport to 1626
Setting port s_webssl_port to 4443
Setting port s_ons_localport to 6100
Setting port s_ons_remoteport to 6200
Setting port s_ons_requestport to 6500
Setting port s_webport to 8000
Setting port s_active_webport to 8000
Setting port s_formsport to 9000
Setting port s_metdataport to 9100
Setting port s_metreqport to 9200
Setting port s_jtfuf_port to 9300
Setting port s_mwaPortNo to 10200-10205
Setting port s_mwaTelnetPortNo to 10200,10202,10204
Setting port s_mwaDispatcherPort to 10800
Setting port s_java_object_cache_port to 12345
Setting port s_oacore_jms_portrange to 23000-23004
Setting port s_forms_jms_portrange to 23500-23504
Setting port s_home_jms_portrange to 24000-24004
Setting port s_oafm_jms_portrange to 24500-24504
Setting port s_oacore_ajp_portrange to 21500-21504
Setting port s_forms_ajp_portrange to 22000-22004
Setting port s_home_ajp_portrange to 22500-22504
Setting port s_oafm_ajp_portrange to 25000-25004
Setting port s_oacore_rmi_portrange to 20000-20004
Setting port s_forms_rmi_portrange to 20500-20504
Setting port s_home_rmi_portrange to 21000-21004
Setting port s_oafm_rmi_portrange to 25500-25504
Setting port s_cmanport to 1521
Writing configuration file to: /home/oracle/d01/oracle/PROD/apps/apps_st/appl/admin/vision/conf_PROD.txt

Adding ports for Server0_vision
Setting port s_db_ons_localport to 6300
Setting port s_db_ons_remoteport to 6400
Setting port s_cmanport to 1521
Adding ports for Server1_vision
Setting port s_rpcport to 1626
Setting port s_webssl_port to 4443
Setting port s_ons_localport to 6100
Setting port s_ons_remoteport to 6200
Setting port s_ons_requestport to 6500
Setting port s_webport to 8000
Setting port s_active_webport to 8000
Setting port s_formsport to 9000
Setting port s_metdataport to 9100
Setting port s_metreqport to 9200
Setting port s_jtfuf_port to 9300
Setting port s_mwaPortNo to 10200-10205
Setting port s_mwaTelnetPortNo to 10200,10202,10204
Setting port s_mwaDispatcherPort to 10800
Setting port s_java_object_cache_port to 12345
Setting port s_oacore_jms_portrange to 23000-23004
Setting port s_forms_jms_portrange to 23500-23504
Setting port s_home_jms_portrange to 24000-24004
Setting port s_oafm_jms_portrange to 24500-24504
Setting port s_oacore_ajp_portrange to 21500-21504
Setting port s_forms_ajp_portrange to 22000-22004
Setting port s_home_ajp_portrange to 22500-22504
Setting port s_oafm_ajp_portrange to 25000-25004
Setting port s_oacore_rmi_portrange to 20000-20004
Setting port s_forms_rmi_portrange to 20500-20504
Setting port s_home_rmi_portrange to 21000-21004
Setting port s_oafm_rmi_portrange to 25500-25504
Setting port s_cmanport to 1521
Writing configuration file to: /home/oracle/d01/oracle/PROD/inst/apps/PROD_vision/conf_PROD.txt

Adding ports for Server0_vision
Setting port s_db_ons_localport to 6300
Setting port s_db_ons_remoteport to 6400
Setting port s_cmanport to 1521
Adding ports for Server1_vision
Setting port s_rpcport to 1626
Setting port s_webssl_port to 4443
Setting port s_ons_localport to 6100
Setting port s_ons_remoteport to 6200
Setting port s_ons_requestport to 6500
Setting port s_webport to 8000
Setting port s_active_webport to 8000
Setting port s_formsport to 9000
Setting port s_metdataport to 9100
Setting port s_metreqport to 9200
Setting port s_jtfuf_port to 9300
Setting port s_mwaPortNo to 10200-10205
Setting port s_mwaTelnetPortNo to 10200,10202,10204
Setting port s_mwaDispatcherPort to 10800
Setting port s_java_object_cache_port to 12345
Setting port s_oacore_jms_portrange to 23000-23004
Setting port s_forms_jms_portrange to 23500-23504
Setting port s_home_jms_portrange to 24000-24004
Setting port s_oafm_jms_portrange to 24500-24504
Setting port s_oacore_ajp_portrange to 21500-21504
Setting port s_forms_ajp_portrange to 22000-22004
Setting port s_home_ajp_portrange to 22500-22504
Setting port s_oafm_ajp_portrange to 25000-25004
Setting port s_oacore_rmi_portrange to 20000-20004
Setting port s_forms_rmi_portrange to 20500-20504
Setting port s_home_rmi_portrange to 21000-21004
Setting port s_oafm_rmi_portrange to 25500-25504
Setting port s_cmanport to 1521
Writing configuration file to: /tmp/07020124/conf_PROD.txt

Adding ports for Server0_vision
Setting port s_db_ons_localport to 6300
Setting port s_db_ons_remoteport to 6400
Setting port s_cmanport to 1521
Adding ports for Server1_vision
Setting port s_rpcport to 1626
Setting port s_webssl_port to 4443
Setting port s_ons_localport to 6100
Setting port s_ons_remoteport to 6200
Setting port s_ons_requestport to 6500
Setting port s_webport to 8000
Setting port s_active_webport to 8000
Setting port s_formsport to 9000
Setting port s_metdataport to 9100
Setting port s_metreqport to 9200
Setting port s_jtfuf_port to 9300
Setting port s_mwaPortNo to 10200-10205
Setting port s_mwaTelnetPortNo to 10200,10202,10204
Setting port s_mwaDispatcherPort to 10800
Setting port s_java_object_cache_port to 12345
Setting port s_oacore_jms_portrange to 23000-23004
Setting port s_forms_jms_portrange to 23500-23504
Setting port s_home_jms_portrange to 24000-24004
Setting port s_oafm_jms_portrange to 24500-24504
Setting port s_oacore_ajp_portrange to 21500-21504
Setting port s_forms_ajp_portrange to 22000-22004
Setting port s_home_ajp_portrange to 22500-22504
Setting port s_oafm_ajp_portrange to 25000-25004
Setting port s_oacore_rmi_portrange to 20000-20004
Setting port s_forms_rmi_portrange to 20500-20504
Setting port s_home_rmi_portrange to 21000-21004
Setting port s_oafm_rmi_portrange to 25500-25504
Setting port s_cmanport to 1521
Setting temp directory to: /tmp/07020124/
instantiate file:
source : /home/oracle/U01/stage12/startCD/Disk1/rapidwiz/etc/adxdbctx.tmp
dest : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_db.xml
instantiate file:
source : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_db.xml
dest : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_db.xml
instantiate file:
source : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_db.xml
dest : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_db.xml
instantiate file:
source : /home/oracle/U01/stage12/startCD/Disk1/rapidwiz/etc/adxmlctx.tmp
dest : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_apps.xml
instantiate file:
source : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_apps.xml
dest : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_apps.xml
instantiate file:
source : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_apps.xml
dest : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_apps.xml
instantiate file:
source : /home/oracle/U01/stage12/startCD/Disk1/rapidwiz/etc/adxdbctx.tmp
dest : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_db.xml
instantiate file:
source : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_db.xml
dest : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_db.xml
instantiate file:
source : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_db.xml
dest : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_db.xml
instantiate file:
source : /home/oracle/U01/stage12/startCD/Disk1/rapidwiz/etc/adxmlctx.tmp
dest : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_apps.xml
instantiate file:
source : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_apps.xml
dest : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_apps.xml
instantiate file:
source : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_apps.xml
dest : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_apps.xml
instantiate file:
source : /home/oracle/U01/stage12/startCD/Disk1/rapidwiz/etc/adxdbctx.tmp
dest : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_db.xml
instantiate file:
source : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_db.xml
dest : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_db.xml
instantiate file:
source : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_db.xml
dest : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_db.xml
instantiate file:
source : /home/oracle/U01/stage12/startCD/Disk1/rapidwiz/etc/adxmlctx.tmp
dest : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_apps.xml
instantiate file:
source : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_apps.xml
dest : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_apps.xml
instantiate file:
source : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_apps.xml
dest : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_apps.xml
Port Availability Check :

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— database node ports —

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Database Port available: Port Value = 1521
Database Port Value = 1521…… Available

DB ONS Local Port available: Port Value = 6300
DB ONS Local Port Value = 6300…… Available

DB ONS Remote Port available: Port Value = 6400
DB ONS Remote Port Value = 6400…… Available

— apps node ports —

———————–

RPC Port available: Port Value = 1626
RPC Port Value = 1626…… Available

Web SSL Port available: Port Value = 4443
Web SSL Port Value = 4443…… Available

ONS Local Port available: Port Value = 6100
ONS Local Port Value = 6100…… Available

ONS Remote Port available: Port Value = 6200
ONS Remote Port Value = 6200…… Available

ONS Request Port available: Port Value = 6500
ONS Request Port Value = 6500…… Available

Web Listener Port available: Port Value = 8000
Web Listener Port Value = 8000…… Available

Forms Port available: Port Value = 9000
Forms Port Value = 9000…… Available

Metrics Server Data Port available: Port Value = 9100
Metrics Server Data Port Value = 9100…… Available

Metrics Server Request Port available: Port Value = 9200
Metrics Server Request Port Value = 9200…… Available

JTF Fulfillment Server Port available: Port Value = 9300
JTF Fulfillment Server Port Value = 9300…… Available

MSCA Server Port available: Port Value = 10200
MSCA Server Port available: Port Value = 10201
MSCA Server Port available: Port Value = 10202
MSCA Server Port available: Port Value = 10203
MSCA Server Port available: Port Value = 10204
MSCA Server Port available: Port Value = 10205
MSCA Server Port Value = 10200-10205…… Available

MSCA Dispatcher Port available: Port Value = 10800
MSCA Dispatcher Port Value = 10800…… Available

Java Object Cache Port available: Port Value = 12345
Java Object Cache Port Value = 12345…… Available

OC4J JMS Port Range for Oacore available: Port Value = 23000
OC4J JMS Port Range for Oacore available: Port Value = 23001
OC4J JMS Port Range for Oacore available: Port Value = 23002
OC4J JMS Port Range for Oacore available: Port Value = 23003
OC4J JMS Port Range for Oacore available: Port Value = 23004
OC4J JMS Port Range for Oacore Value = 23000-23004…… Available

OC4J JMS Port Range for Forms available: Port Value = 23500
OC4J JMS Port Range for Forms available: Port Value = 23501
OC4J JMS Port Range for Forms available: Port Value = 23502
OC4J JMS Port Range for Forms available: Port Value = 23503
OC4J JMS Port Range for Forms available: Port Value = 23504
OC4J JMS Port Range for Forms Value = 23500-23504…… Available

OC4J JMS Port Range for Home available: Port Value = 24000
OC4J JMS Port Range for Home available: Port Value = 24001
OC4J JMS Port Range for Home available: Port Value = 24002
OC4J JMS Port Range for Home available: Port Value = 24003
OC4J JMS Port Range for Home available: Port Value = 24004
OC4J JMS Port Range for Home Value = 24000-24004…… Available

OC4J JMS Port Range for Oafm available: Port Value = 24500
OC4J JMS Port Range for Oafm available: Port Value = 24501
OC4J JMS Port Range for Oafm available: Port Value = 24502
OC4J JMS Port Range for Oafm available: Port Value = 24503
OC4J JMS Port Range for Oafm available: Port Value = 24504
OC4J JMS Port Range for Oafm Value = 24500-24504…… Available

OC4J AJP Port Range for Oacore available: Port Value = 21500
OC4J AJP Port Range for Oacore available: Port Value = 21501
OC4J AJP Port Range for Oacore available: Port Value = 21502
OC4J AJP Port Range for Oacore available: Port Value = 21503
OC4J AJP Port Range for Oacore available: Port Value = 21504
OC4J AJP Port Range for Oacore Value = 21500-21504…… Available

OC4J AJP Port Range for Forms available: Port Value = 22000
OC4J AJP Port Range for Forms available: Port Value = 22001
OC4J AJP Port Range for Forms available: Port Value = 22002
OC4J AJP Port Range for Forms available: Port Value = 22003
OC4J AJP Port Range for Forms available: Port Value = 22004
OC4J AJP Port Range for Forms Value = 22000-22004…… Available

OC4J AJP Port Range for Home available: Port Value = 22500
OC4J AJP Port Range for Home available: Port Value = 22501
OC4J AJP Port Range for Home available: Port Value = 22502
OC4J AJP Port Range for Home available: Port Value = 22503
OC4J AJP Port Range for Home available: Port Value = 22504
OC4J AJP Port Range for Home Value = 22500-22504…… Available

OC4J AJP Port Range for Oafm available: Port Value = 25000
OC4J AJP Port Range for Oafm available: Port Value = 25001
OC4J AJP Port Range for Oafm available: Port Value = 25002
OC4J AJP Port Range for Oafm available: Port Value = 25003
OC4J AJP Port Range for Oafm available: Port Value = 25004
OC4J AJP Port Range for Oafm Value = 25000-25004…… Available

OC4J RMI Port Range for Oacore available: Port Value = 20000
OC4J RMI Port Range for Oacore available: Port Value = 20001
OC4J RMI Port Range for Oacore available: Port Value = 20002
OC4J RMI Port Range for Oacore available: Port Value = 20003
OC4J RMI Port Range for Oacore available: Port Value = 20004
OC4J RMI Port Range for Oacore Value = 20000-20004…… Available

OC4J RMI Port Range for Forms available: Port Value = 20500
OC4J RMI Port Range for Forms available: Port Value = 20501
OC4J RMI Port Range for Forms available: Port Value = 20502
OC4J RMI Port Range for Forms available: Port Value = 20503
OC4J RMI Port Range for Forms available: Port Value = 20504
OC4J RMI Port Range for Forms Value = 20500-20504…… Available

OC4J RMI Port Range for Home available: Port Value = 21000
OC4J RMI Port Range for Home available: Port Value = 21001
OC4J RMI Port Range for Home available: Port Value = 21002
OC4J RMI Port Range for Home available: Port Value = 21003
OC4J RMI Port Range for Home available: Port Value = 21004
OC4J RMI Port Range for Home Value = 21000-21004…… Available

OC4J RMI Port Range for Oafm available: Port Value = 25500
OC4J RMI Port Range for Oafm available: Port Value = 25501
OC4J RMI Port Range for Oafm available: Port Value = 25502
OC4J RMI Port Range for Oafm available: Port Value = 25503
OC4J RMI Port Range for Oafm available: Port Value = 25504
OC4J RMI Port Range for Oafm Value = 25500-25504…… Available

OS User and Group Check

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ORACLE HOME OWNER – oracle

ORACLE HOME GROUP ACCOUNT – dba

APPLICATION TIER USER ACCOUNT – oracle

APPLICATION TIER GROUP ACCOUNT – dba

Port Uniqueness Check :

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— database node ports —

————————–

— apps node ports —

———————–

All ports are unique.

File System Check :

——————–

— database node mount point —

——————————–

test using command: touch /home/oracle/d01/oracle/PROD/db/tech_st/10.2.0/test.tst

Database ORACLE_HOME has write privileges:
Mount Point = /home/oracle/d01/oracle/PROD/db/tech_st/10.2.0

test using command: touch /home/oracle/d01/oracle/PROD/db/tech_st/10.2.0/appsutil/test.tst

Database ORACLE_HOME admin folder has write privileges:
Mount Point = /home/oracle/d01/oracle/PROD/db/tech_st/10.2.0/appsutil

creating using command: mkdir -p /home/oracle/d01/oracle/PROD/db/tech_st/10.2.0/appsutil/temp

Database ORACLE_HOME temp folder Created Successfully
Mount Point = /home/oracle/d01/oracle/PROD/db/tech_st/10.2.0/appsutil/temp

creating using command: mkdir -p /home/oracle/d01/oracle/PROD/db/tech_st/10.2.0/appsutil/log/

Database Install Log Directory Created Successfully
Mount Point = /home/oracle/d01/oracle/PROD/db/tech_st/10.2.0/appsutil/log/

creating using command: mkdir -p /home/oracle/d01/oracle/PROD/db/tech_st/10.2.0/appsutil/out//templbac

Database Install Out Directory Created Successfully
Mount Point = /home/oracle/d01/oracle/PROD/db/tech_st/10.2.0/appsutil/out//templbac

creating using command: mkdir -p /home/oracle/d01/oracle/PROD/db/apps_st/data

Database System File Directory Created Successfully
Mount Point = /home/oracle/d01/oracle/PROD/db/apps_st/data

test using command: touch /home/oracle/d01/oracle/PROD/db/apps_st/data/test.tst

Database Log File Directory has write privileges:
Mount Point = /home/oracle/d01/oracle/PROD/db/apps_st/data

test using command: touch /home/oracle/d01/oracle/PROD/db/apps_st/data/test.tst

Database Transaction File Directory has write privileges:
Mount Point = /home/oracle/d01/oracle/PROD/db/apps_st/data

test using command: touch /home/oracle/d01/oracle/PROD/db/apps_st/data/test.tst

Database Archive File Directory has write privileges:
Mount Point = /home/oracle/d01/oracle/PROD/db/apps_st/data

— apps node mount point —

—————————–

test using command: touch /home/oracle/d01/oracle/PROD/apps/apps_st/appl/test.tst

APPL_TOP has write privileges:
Mount Point = /home/oracle/d01/oracle/PROD/apps/apps_st/appl

test using command: touch /home/oracle/d01/oracle/PROD/apps/apps_st/appl/admin/test.tst

APPL_TOP admin has write privileges:
Mount Point = /home/oracle/d01/oracle/PROD/apps/apps_st/appl/admin

test using command: touch /home/oracle/d01/oracle/PROD/apps/apps_st/appl/test.tst

APPL_TOP mount 2 has write privileges:
Mount Point = /home/oracle/d01/oracle/PROD/apps/apps_st/appl

test using command: touch /home/oracle/d01/oracle/PROD/apps/apps_st/appl/test.tst

APPL_TOP mount 3 has write privileges:
Mount Point = /home/oracle/d01/oracle/PROD/apps/apps_st/appl

test using command: touch /home/oracle/d01/oracle/PROD/apps/apps_st/appl/test.tst

APPL_TOP mount 4 has write privileges:
Mount Point = /home/oracle/d01/oracle/PROD/apps/apps_st/appl

creating using command: mkdir -p /home/oracle/d01/oracle/PROD/apps/apps_st/comn

COMMON_TOP Created Successfully
Mount Point = /home/oracle/d01/oracle/PROD/apps/apps_st/comn

creating using command: mkdir -p /home/oracle/d01/oracle/PROD/apps/apps_st/comn/java/classes

JAVA_TOP Created Successfully
Mount Point = /home/oracle/d01/oracle/PROD/apps/apps_st/comn/java/classes

creating using command: mkdir -p /home/oracle/d01/oracle/PROD/apps/tech_st/10.1.3/appsutil/jdk

JDK_TOP Created Successfully
Mount Point = /home/oracle/d01/oracle/PROD/apps/tech_st/10.1.3/appsutil/jdk

creating using command: mkdir -p /home/oracle/d01/oracle/PROD/inst/apps/PROD_vision/temp

Temp Directory Created Successfully
Mount Point = /home/oracle/d01/oracle/PROD/inst/apps/PROD_vision/temp

creating using command: mkdir -p /home/oracle/d01/oracle/PROD/inst/apps/PROD_vision/admin/log

APPL_TOP admin Install Log Directory Created Successfully
Mount Point = /home/oracle/d01/oracle/PROD/inst/apps/PROD_vision/admin/log

creating using command: mkdir -p /home/oracle/d01/oracle/PROD/inst/apps/PROD_vision/admin/out

APPL_TOP admin Install Out Directory Created Successfully
Mount Point = /home/oracle/d01/oracle/PROD/inst/apps/PROD_vision/admin/out

test using command: touch /home/oracle/d01/oracle/PROD/apps/tech_st/10.1.3/test.tst

Apps ORACLE_HOME has write privileges:
Mount Point = /home/oracle/d01/oracle/PROD/apps/tech_st/10.1.3

creating using command: mkdir -p /home/oracle/d01/oracle/PROD/apps/tech_st/10.1.2

Tools ORACLE_HOME Created Successfully
Mount Point = /home/oracle/d01/oracle/PROD/apps/tech_st/10.1.2

Writing configuration file to: /home/oracle/d01/oracle/PROD/db/tech_st/10.2.0/appsutil/conf_PROD.txt

Adding ports for Server0_vision
Setting port s_db_ons_localport to 6300
Setting port s_db_ons_remoteport to 6400
Setting port s_cmanport to 1521
Adding ports for Server1_vision
Setting port s_rpcport to 1626
Setting port s_webssl_port to 4443
Setting port s_ons_localport to 6100
Setting port s_ons_remoteport to 6200
Setting port s_ons_requestport to 6500
Setting port s_webport to 8000
Setting port s_active_webport to 8000
Setting port s_formsport to 9000
Setting port s_metdataport to 9100
Setting port s_metreqport to 9200
Setting port s_jtfuf_port to 9300
Setting port s_mwaPortNo to 10200-10205
Setting port s_mwaTelnetPortNo to 10200,10202,10204
Setting port s_mwaDispatcherPort to 10800
Setting port s_java_object_cache_port to 12345
Setting port s_oacore_jms_portrange to 23000-23004
Setting port s_forms_jms_portrange to 23500-23504
Setting port s_home_jms_portrange to 24000-24004
Setting port s_oafm_jms_portrange to 24500-24504
Setting port s_oacore_ajp_portrange to 21500-21504
Setting port s_forms_ajp_portrange to 22000-22004
Setting port s_home_ajp_portrange to 22500-22504
Setting port s_oafm_ajp_portrange to 25000-25004
Setting port s_oacore_rmi_portrange to 20000-20004
Setting port s_forms_rmi_portrange to 20500-20504
Setting port s_home_rmi_portrange to 21000-21004
Setting port s_oafm_rmi_portrange to 25500-25504
Setting port s_cmanport to 1521
File Space Check :

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— database node space checks —

———————————

Mount Point for /home/oracle/d01/oracle/PROD/db/tech_st/10.2.0 = /
Disk space on system acceptable:
Database ORACLE_HOME = /home/oracle/d01/oracle/PROD/db/tech_st/10.2.0
required = 5752.0
actual = 147336.25390625

Mount Point for /home/oracle/d01/oracle/PROD/db/apps_st/data = /
Disk space on system acceptable:
Database System File Directory = /home/oracle/d01/oracle/PROD/db/apps_st/data
required = 13481.0
actual = 141584.25390625

Mount Point for /home/oracle/d01/oracle/PROD/db/apps_st/data = /
Disk space on system acceptable:
Database Log File Directory = /home/oracle/d01/oracle/PROD/db/apps_st/data
required = 4135.0
actual = 128103.25390625

Mount Point for /home/oracle/d01/oracle/PROD/db/apps_st/data = /
Disk space on system acceptable:
Database Transaction File Directory = /home/oracle/d01/oracle/PROD/db/apps_st/data
required = 11160.0
actual = 123968.25390625

Mount Point for /home/oracle/d01/oracle/PROD/db/apps_st/data = /
Disk space on system acceptable:
Database Archive File Directory = /home/oracle/d01/oracle/PROD/db/apps_st/data
required = 10216.0
actual = 112808.25390625

— apps node space checks —

——————————

Mount Point for /home/oracle/d01/oracle/PROD/apps/apps_st/appl = /
Disk space on system acceptable:
APPL_TOP = /home/oracle/d01/oracle/PROD/apps/apps_st/appl
required = 5386.0
actual = 102592.25390625

Mount Point for /home/oracle/d01/oracle/PROD/apps/apps_st/appl = /
Disk space on system acceptable:
APPL_TOP mount 2 = /home/oracle/d01/oracle/PROD/apps/apps_st/appl
required = 2704.0
actual = 97206.25390625

Mount Point for /home/oracle/d01/oracle/PROD/apps/apps_st/appl = /
Disk space on system acceptable:
APPL_TOP mount 3 = /home/oracle/d01/oracle/PROD/apps/apps_st/appl
required = 8593.0
actual = 94502.25390625

Mount Point for /home/oracle/d01/oracle/PROD/apps/apps_st/appl = /
Disk space on system acceptable:
APPL_TOP mount 4 = /home/oracle/d01/oracle/PROD/apps/apps_st/appl
required = 3037.0
actual = 85909.25390625

Mount Point for /home/oracle/d01/oracle/PROD/apps/apps_st/comn = /
Disk space on system acceptable:
COMMON_TOP = /home/oracle/d01/oracle/PROD/apps/apps_st/comn
required = 3256.0
actual = 82872.25390625

Mount Point for /home/oracle/d01/oracle/PROD/apps/tech_st/10.1.3 = /
Disk space on system acceptable:
Apps ORACLE_HOME = /home/oracle/d01/oracle/PROD/apps/tech_st/10.1.3
required = 1589.0
actual = 79616.25390625

Mount Point for /home/oracle/d01/oracle/PROD/apps/tech_st/10.1.2 = /
Disk space on system acceptable:
Tools ORACLE_HOME = /home/oracle/d01/oracle/PROD/apps/tech_st/10.1.2
required = 1147.0
actual = 78027.25390625

Host/Domain

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command: /bin/ping -c 1 vision

PING vision.amk.com (127.0.0.1) 56(84) bytes of data.
64 bytes from vision.amk.com (127.0.0.1): icmp_seq=0 ttl=64 time=0.757 ms

— vision.amk.com ping statistics —
1 packets transmitted, 1 received, 0% packet loss, time 0ms
rtt min/avg/max/mdev = 0.757/0.757/0.757/0.000 ms, pipe 2

host ping has succeeded

command: /bin/ping -c 1 vision.amk.com

PING vision.amk.com (127.0.0.1) 56(84) bytes of data.
64 bytes from vision.amk.com (127.0.0.1): icmp_seq=0 ttl=64 time=0.041 ms

— vision.amk.com ping statistics —
1 packets transmitted, 1 received, 0% packet loss, time 0ms
rtt min/avg/max/mdev = 0.041/0.041/0.041/0.000 ms, pipe 2

host.domain ping has succeeded

Database Port : 1521
RPC Port : 1626
Web SSL Port : 4443
ONS Local Port : 6100
ONS Remote Port : 6200
ONS Request Port : 6500
Web Listener Port : 8000
Active Web Port : 8000
Forms Port : 9000
Metrics Server Data Port : 9100
Metrics Server Request Port : 9200
JTF Fulfillment Server Port : 9300
MSCA Server Port : 10200-10205
MCSA Telnet Server Port : 10200,10202,10204
MSCA Dispatcher Port : 10800
Java Object Cache Port : 12345
OC4J JMS Port Range for Oacore : 23000-23004
OC4J JMS Port Range for Forms : 23500-23504
OC4J JMS Port Range for Home : 24000-24004
OC4J JMS Port Range for Oafm : 24500-24504
OC4J AJP Port Range for Oacore : 21500-21504
OC4J AJP Port Range for Forms : 22000-22004
OC4J AJP Port Range for Home : 22500-22504
OC4J AJP Port Range for Oafm : 25000-25004
OC4J RMI Port Range for Oacore : 20000-20004
OC4J RMI Port Range for Forms : 20500-20504
OC4J RMI Port Range for Home : 21000-21004
OC4J RMI Port Range for Oafm : 25500-25504
Oracle Connection Manager Port : 1521
DB ONS Local Port : 6300
DB ONS Remote Port : 6400
instantiate file:
source : /home/oracle/U01/stage12/startCD/Disk1/rapidwiz/etc/adxdbctx.tmp
dest : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_db.xml
instantiate file:
source : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_db.xml
dest : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_db.xml
instantiate file:
source : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_db.xml
dest : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_db.xml
instantiate file:
source : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_db.xml
dest : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_db.xml
instantiate file:
source : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_db.xml
dest : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_db.xml
instantiate file:
source : /home/oracle/U01/stage12/startCD/Disk1/rapidwiz/etc/adxdbctx.tmp
dest : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_db.xml
instantiate file:
source : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_db.xml
dest : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_db.xml
instantiate file:
source : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_db.xml
dest : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_db.xml
instantiate file:
source : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_db.xml
dest : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_db.xml
instantiate file:
source : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_db.xml
dest : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_db.xml
instantiate file:
source : /home/oracle/U01/stage12/startCD/Disk1/rapidwiz/etc/adxmlctx.tmp
dest : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_apps.xml
instantiate file:
source : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_apps.xml
dest : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_apps.xml
instantiate file:
source : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_apps.xml
dest : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_apps.xml
instantiate file:
source : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_apps.xml
dest : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_apps.xml
instantiate file:
source : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_apps.xml
dest : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_apps.xml
instantiate file:
source : /home/oracle/U01/stage12/startCD/Disk1/rapidwiz/etc/adxmlctx.tmp
dest : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_apps.xml
instantiate file:
source : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_apps.xml
dest : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_apps.xml
instantiate file:
source : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_apps.xml
dest : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_apps.xml
instantiate file:
source : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_apps.xml
dest : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_apps.xml
instantiate file:
source : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_apps.xml
dest : /tmp/07020124/vision_PROD_apps.xml
ExpressInstallPanel
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DoInstallPanel – Summary Text
The Rapid Install Wizard will now install the following:

DoInstallPanel – User continued install at warning dialog.

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Starting from Rapid Install Full Stage area /home/oracle/U01/stage12/oraDB/Disk1
Not able to find s_allprod in db context
Not able to getAllProductIDs
RapidWiz location: /home/oracle/U01/stage12/startCD/Disk1/rapidwiz
Install Media location: /home/oracle/U01/stage12/startCD/Disk1
Database ORACLE_HOME: /home/oracle/d01/oracle/PROD/db/tech_st/10.2.0
Database SID: PROD
Database Context Name : PROD_vision
Creating DB Context: /home/oracle/d01/oracle/PROD/db/tech_st/
10.2.0/appsutil/PROD_vision.xml
instantiate file:
source : /home/oracle/U01/stage12/startCD/Disk1/rapidwiz/etc/adxdbctx.tmp
dest : /home/oracle/d01/oracle/PROD/db/tech_st
/10.2.0/appsutil/PROD_vision.xml
instantiate file:
source : /home/oracle/d01/oracle/PROD/db/tech_st/
10.2.0/appsutil/PROD_vision.xml
dest : /home/oracle/d01/oracle/PROD/db/tech_st/
10.2.0/appsutil/PROD_vision.xml
instantiate file:
source : /home/oracle/d01/oracle/PROD/db/t
ech_st/10.2.0/appsutil/PROD_vision.xml
dest : /home/oracle/d01/oracle/PROD/db/te
ch_st/10.2.0/appsutil/PROD_vision.xml
instantiate file:
source : /home/oracle/d01/oracle/PROD/db/tech_st/10.2.0/temp/restart.xml
dest : /home/oracle/d01/oracle/PROD/db/tech_st/10.2.0/temp/restart.xml
instantiate file:
source : /home/oracle/d01/oracle/PROD/db/tech_st/10.2.0/temp/restart.xml
dest : /home/oracle/d01/oracle/PROD/db/tech_st/10.2.0/temp/restart.xml
Not able to find s_allprod in db context
Not able to getAllProductIDs
RapidWiz location: /home/oracle/U01/stage12/startCD/Disk1/rapidwiz
Install Media location: /home/oracle/U01/stage12/startCD/Disk1
APPL_TOP location: /home/oracle/d01/oracle/PROD/apps/apps_st/appl
Database SID: PROD
APPL_TOP Context Name : PROD_vision
INST_TOP location: /home/oracle/d01/oracle/PROD/inst/apps/PROD_vision
Creating Apps Context: /home/oracle/d01/oracle/PROD/inst/apps
/PROD_vision/appl/admin/PROD_vision.xml
instantiate file:
source : /home/oracle/U01/stage12/startCD/Disk1/rapidwiz/etc/adxmlctx.tmp
dest : /home/oracle/d01/oracle/PROD/inst/apps
/PROD_vision/appl/admin/PROD_vision.xml
instantiate file:
source : /home/oracle/d01/oracle/PROD/inst/apps/
PROD_vision/appl/admin/PROD_vision.xml
dest : /home/oracle/d01/oracle/PROD/inst/
apps/PROD_vision/appl/admin/PROD_vision.xml
instantiate file:
source : /home/oracle/d01/oracle/PROD/inst/apps/
PROD_vision/appl/admin/PROD_vision.xml
dest : /home/oracle/d01/oracle/PROD/inst/apps/
PROD_vision/appl/admin/PROD_vision.xml
instantiate file:
source : /home/oracle/d01/oracle/PROD/inst/apps/PROD_vision/temp/restart.xml
dest : /home/oracle/d01/oracle/PROD/inst/apps/PROD_vision/temp/restart.xml
instantiate file:
source : /home/oracle/d01/oracle/PROD/inst/apps/PROD_vision/temp/restart.xml
dest : /home/oracle/d01/oracle/PROD/inst/apps/PROD_vision/temp/restart.xml

Processing DriverFile = /home/oracle/U01/stage12/startCD/Disk1/rapidwiz/template/adridb.drv
Running Instantiation Drivers for /home/oracle/U01/stage12/startCD/Disk1/rapidwiz/template/adridb.drv
Processing DriverFile = /home/oracle/U01/stage12/startCD/Disk1/rapidwiz/template/adriapps.drv
Running Instantiation Drivers for /home/oracle/U01/stage12/startCD/Disk1/rapidwiz/template/adriapps.drv
Total number of processes in Current Install 5
Processing DriverFile = /home/oracle/U01/stage12/startCD/Disk1/rapidwiz/template/adridb.drv
Running Instantiation Drivers for /home/oracle/U01/stage12/startCD/Disk1/rapidwiz/template/adridb.drv
Creation of Directory – /home/oracle/d01/oracle/PROD/db/tech_st/10.2.0/temp/PROD_vision Succeeded.
instantiate file:
source : /home/oracle/U01/stage12/startCD/Disk1
/rapidwiz/template/adrun10g.sh
dest : /home/oracle/d01/oracle/PROD/db/
tech_st/10.2.0/temp/PROD_vision/adrun10g.sh
backup : /home/oracle/d01/oracle/PROD/db/tech_st/
10.2.0/temp/PROD_vision/adrun10g.sh to /home/oracle/d01/oracle/PROD/db/tech_st/
10.2.0/appsutil/out/PROD_vision/templbac/adrun10g.sh
setting permissions: 755
setting ownership: oracle:dba
instantiate file:
source : /home/oracle/U01/stage12/startCD/Dis
k1/rapidwiz/template/adrundb.sh
dest : /home/oracle/d01/oracle/PROD/db/tech_st
/10.2.0/temp/PROD_vision/adrundb.sh
backup : /home/oracle/d01/oracle/PROD/db/tech_st/10.2.0
/temp/PROD_vision/adrundb.sh to /home/oracle/d01/oracle/PROD/db/tech_st/
10.2.0/appsutil/out/PROD_vision/templbac/adrundb.sh
setting permissions: 755
setting ownership: oracle:dba
Step 0 of 5

Command: /home/oracle/d01/oracle/PROD/db/tech_st
/10.2.0/temp/PROD_vision/adrun10g.sh

Step 1 of 5: Doing UNIX preprocessing
Processing Step 1 of 5

Executing: /home/oracle/d01/oracle/PROD/db#
/tech_st/10.2.0/temp/PROD_vision/adrun10g.sh

STARTED INSTALL PHASE : 10gR2 RDBMS : Wed Jul 2 01:28:30 EDT 2008

runProcess_1

Executing command:

/home/oracle/U01/stage12/startCD/Disk1/rapidwiz/jre/Linux/1.5.0//bin/java -mx512M -classpath /home/oracle/U01/stage12/startCD/Disk1/rapidwiz/jlib/java:
/home/oracle/U01/stage12/startCD/Disk1/rapidwiz/jlib/xmlparserv2.jar:
/home/oracle/U01/stage12/startCD/Disk1/rapidwiz/jlib/ojdbc14.jar:
/home/oracle/U01/stage12/startCD/Disk1/rapidwiz/jlib/oui/OraInstaller.jar:
/home/oracle/U01/stage12/startCD/Disk1/rapidwiz/jlib/oui/ewt3.jar:
/home/oracle/U01/stage12/startCD/Disk1/rapidwiz/jlib/oui/share.jar:
/home/oracle/U01/stage12/startCD/Disk1/rapidwiz/jl
ib/oui/srvm.jar oracle.apps.ad.rapidwiz.util.Inst
antiateFile -e /home/oracle/d01/oracle/PROD
/db/tech_st/10.2.0/appsutil/PROD_vision.xml -d /home/oracle/U01/stage12/startCD/Disk1/rap
idwiz/driver/dbts/driver/gdb102.drv -log /home/oracle/d01/oracle/PROD/db/tech_st
/10.2.0/appsutil/log/PROD_vision/dbInstall.log -nthreads 5 -verbose -pwd nopasswordhere

Enter the location of the CD labeled Oracle Applications Rapid Install – RDBMS Disk 1 :

Checking Disk contents in – /home/oracle/U01/stage12/startCD/Disk1/rapidwiz
Checking Disk contents in – /home/oracle/U01/stage12/oraDB/Disk1
Checking Disk contents in – /home/oracle/U01/stage12/oraDB/Disk1

Unzip Count:137

Processing Disk1….

Processing Disk2….

Processing Disk3….

Processing Disk4….

Processing Disk5….

runProcess_2

Statusstring Copying the Database Context template file.

runProcess_3

Statusstring Registering Database Technology Stack

Executing command: /home/oracle/U01/stage12/startCD/Disk1
/ rapidwiz/jre/Linux/1.5.0//bin/java -DCONTEXT_VALIDATED=true -mx512M -classpath /home/oracle/U01/stage12/startCD/Disk1/rapidwiz/jlib/java:
/home/oracle/U01/stage12/startCD/Disk1/rapidwiz/jlib/xmlparserv2.jar
:/home/oracle/U01/stage12/startCD/Disk1/rapidwiz/jlib/ojdbc14.jar:
/home/oracle/U01/stage12/startCD/Disk1/rapidwiz/jlib/oui/OraInstaller.jar:
/home/oracle/U01/stage12/startCD/Disk1/rapidwiz/jlib/oui/ewt3.jar:
/home/oracle/U01/stage12/startCD/Disk1/rapidwiz/jlib/oui/share.jar:
/home/oracle/U01/stage12/startCD/Disk1/rapidwiz/jli
b/oui/srvm.jar oracle.apps.ad.clon
e.ApplyDBTechStack -e /home/oracle/d01/oracle/PROD/db/t
ech_st/10.2.0/appsutil/PROD_vision.xml –
stage
/home/oracle/U01/stage12/startCD/
Disk1/rapidwiz -showProgress -phase reg -nopromptmsg

Log file located at /home/oracle/d01/oracle/
PROD/db/tech_st/10.2.0/appsutil
/log/PROD_vision/ApplyDBTechStack_07020435.log

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runProcess_4

Statusstring Configuring Database Technology Stack

Executing command: /home/oracle/U01/stage12/start
CD/Disk1/rapidwiz/jre/Linux/1.5.0//bin/java
-DCONTEXT_VALIDATED=true -mx512M -classpath /ho
me/oracle/U01/stage12/startCD/Disk1/rapidwiz/jlib/java:
/home/oracle/U01/stage12/startCD/Disk1/rapidwiz/jlib/xmlparserv2.jar:

/home/oracle/U01/stage12/startCD/Disk1/rapidwiz/jlib/ojdbc14.jar:
/home/oracle/U01/stage12/startC
D/Disk1/rapidwiz/jlib/oui/OraInstaller.jar:
/home/oracle/U01/stage12/startCD/Disk1/rapidwiz/jlib/oui/ewt3.jar:
/home/oracle/U01/stage12/startCD/Disk1/rapidwiz/jlib/oui/share.jar:
/home/oracle/U01/stage12/startCD/Disk1/
rapidwiz/jlib/oui/srvm.jar oracle.apps.ad.clone.ApplyDBTechStack -e
/home/oracle/d01/oracle/PROD/
db/tech_st/10.2.0/appsutil/PROD_vision.xml
-stage /home/oracle/U01/stage12/startCD/Disk1/rapidwiz
-showProgress -phase cfg -nopromptmsg

Log file located at /home/oracle/d01/oracle/PROD/db/
tech_st/10.2.0/appsutil/log/PROD_vision/ApplyDBTechStack_07020511.log

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FINISHED INSTALL PHASE : 10gR2 RDBMS : Wed Jul 2 05:12:31 EDT 2008

/home/oracle/d01/oracle/PROD/db/tech_st/10.2.0
/temp/PROD_vision/adrun10g.sh has succeeded

Step 1 of 5

Command: /home/oracle/d01/oracle/PROD/db/tech_st
/10.2.0/temp/PROD_vision/adrundb.sh

Step 2 of 5: Doing UNIX preprocessing
Processing Step 2 of 5

Executing: /home/oracle/d01/oracle/PROD/d
b/tech_st/10.2.0/temp/PROD_vision/adrundb.sh
Exception – java.lang.NullPointerException

STARTED INSTALL PHASE : DATABASE : Wed Jul 2 05:12:38 EDT 2008

RW-50004: Error code received when running external process. Check log file for details.
Running Database Install Driver for PROD instance

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Muthu says July 2, 2008

Thanks for the the step by step instructions above. though I am not a DBA following this like a bible and installing! kudos to your efforts.

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Muthu says July 5, 2008

Atul,
I just wanted to Add that I have created the staged area using the files I downloaded from edelivery and they were unzip in linux manually using the unzip command.
Atul can you please tell me how I can resolve this problem ?

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Atul says July 5, 2008

Muthu,
Which version of linux you are using ?

Your installation failed while running

/home/oracle/d01/ oracle/PROD/d
b/tech_st/10.2.0/temp/ PROD_vision/adrundb.sh
Exception – java.lang.NullPointerException

Open this file and check log file location for this and check more information in log.

Better is to check if all o.s. prereq to install 10.2 database are met on your linux machine.

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Muthu says July 5, 2008

Hello Atul, thanks for getting back to me.

I am installing RHEL 4.4

I have actually pasted the log only. Are you referring to some other log?

Yes all the prereqs mentioned in metalink has been taken care.

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ravi190372 says July 20, 2008

Hi Atul,

I have installed vmware server and RHEL for Oracle on it. Now after downloading all zip files for Release 12 , how do I access these files from within Linux to start the install ?

The VMWARE and LINUX have been installed on my Windows Vista on my Laptop. The downloaded files for Rel 12 are on an External Drive.

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Atul says July 20, 2008

Ravi,
You would like to access files sitting on windows (host o.s.) from Linux (Guest O.S.).

What is linux machine IP address ?

Check this http://www.vmware.com/support/ws3/doc/ws32_running9.html

I copied files from windows machine to linux machine using method mentioned in this doc

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ravi190372 says July 20, 2008

Atul,

Linux Ip is configured as localhost.localdomain. Do I have to put in a fixed Ip address to make this work . I have tried the ways which you mentioned but they do not work. The linux machine is not reachable from windows and vice versa.

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Atul says July 20, 2008

Ravi,
Two things
1. You have to check ip as
ipconfig -a (from root user)

2. While building new vm virtaul machine, you have to select “your virtual machine using NAT networking”

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ravi190372 says July 20, 2008

Thanks Atul. I did both while adding the Virtual Machine again.

ip comes up and i am able to ping to the ip from windows.

In order to share the folder we need Samba server to be running but I cant find it on the Enterprise Linux install that I did. I can find the /etc/samba/smb.conf file but cannot see the executables for Samba anywhere like smbmount smbpasswd etc.

Do I have to install Samba separately before I can share folders between Windows Host and Linux guest ?

Thanks
Ravi

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ravi190372 says July 20, 2008

Latest is that I am able to ping to the Linux IP from Windows and also using winscp am able to connect and scp files but still unable to share folders to proceed with the Rel 12 Install.

The Samba Server does not seem to come as an Install with RHEL4 for Oracle. Is that true?

Can you help out ?

Thanks
Ravi

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Atul says July 29, 2008

Ravi,
If you did not select samba client package during linux installation then you need to install it now with all dependent package.
To be on safe side reinstall linux with all packages (select customize package list and then select all package)

Share windows directory and then mount on linux (guest like) like

mount -t smbfs -o username=,password= /// /root/myshare

where /root/myshare is directory on unix.

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ravi190372 says July 31, 2008

Atul , I managed to share using samba but the install seemed way too slow so I ftpd all my files to the linux node and staged and then finished the install.

I had problems with the latest Linux version 5 from Oracle and had to revert to version 4 which solved all issues

Next question is that when we do such a install on Production do we usually do it from root itself or use the separate oracle and applmgr userids to go with the install ?

Thanks for your help and all these posts

Ravi

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Kumar says July 6, 2009

Hello,

I have tried install R12 and it fails during post installation with following error

HTTP ->
checking URL = http://oracleapps.erpsrv.com:8000
RW-50015: Error: – HTTP Listener is not responding. The service might not have started on the port yet. Please check the service and use the retry button.

Virtual Directory
RW-50015: Error: – Http Server Virtual Directories is not responding. The service might not have started on the port yet. Please check the service and use the retry button.

Login Page
RW-50015: Error: – Login Page is not responding. The service might not have started on the port yet. Please check the service and use the retry button.

Help Page
Help Page
checking URL = http://teachmeoracle.com:8001/OA_HTML/help
RW-50015: Error: – Help Page is not responding. The service might not have started on the port yet. Please check the service and use the retry button.

JSP

RW-50015: Error: – JSP is not responding. The service might not have started on the port yet. Please check the service and use the retry button.

When checked it is happening because there are some packages which are missing in with default linux installation, Can you help me in providing with a list of packages that are required and where i can find them and how i can install them.

Thanks!

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sk1009 says November 24, 2009

I am having trouble creating the staging area. I apologize if my question sounds very trivial to you, I am not a DBA at all.

Also, I tried to post this the forum http://teachMeOracle.com/forum however my login is not getting authenicated.

When I issue the command as a root user….
perl ./B53824-01_3of4/startCD/Disk1/rapidwiz/adautostg.pl

Nothing happens, and I get the following message after which I get the prompt back….
No #! Line at ./B53824-01_3of4/startCD/Disk1/rapidwiz/adautostg.pl line1.

I have downloaded the B53824 for “RapidInstall_StartHere” as 4 zip files. I unzipped these 4 zip files which created 4 folders (B53824-01_1of4, B53824-01_2of4, B53824-01_3of4, B53824-01_4of4) and out of which the 3rd one (i.e. B53824-01_3of4) contains the adautostg.pl

file (down underneath in the hierarchy).

Is the problem because I unzipped the 4 zip files on the Windows system? (which I mounted using mount). Should I have copied those to the unix system and then unzipped them there??

thanks
Sam

Reply
Atul says November 25, 2009

@ sk1009,
There is no need to use adautostg.pl , simply upload all zip files to one directory on Linux and then unzip on Linux.

This will create five sub directory and Disk1, Disk2 …. under them for you.

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jgabay says February 22, 2010

OK so I installed everything but I’m running into one problem.

I can see EBS and login from Linux on the vmware site. But, I can’t hit the page from the host OS (Windows side). Any idea what step I missed? I get page can’t be found.

The IP address on linux is 127.0.0.1.

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Atul Kumar says February 22, 2010

@ jgabay,
It seems you did not configure network card on Linux machine .

If you did then what is IP address of you linux ?

Is this entry in hosts file on linux (/etc/hosts) ?

If not then add this entry and restart services.

If entry is in hosts file on Linux , can you ping that IP from windows ?

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jgabay says February 22, 2010

The IP on the linux side is 127.0.0.1. I can see it in the /etc/hosts file.

I can ping from the windows side 127.0.0.1 and I get a response.

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Atul Kumar says February 22, 2010

@ jgabay,
127.0.0.1 is loop back adapter which means connect locally.

You can’t use that for remote connection .

127.0.0.1 on widows pointing to itself and same for linux.

Define a network card and then IP for Linux and then use that IP .

We are soon going to launch “step by step r12 on linux using vmware” guide (which covers steps on how to configure network card and define IP) but unfortunately that is not free.

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jgabay says February 22, 2010

When will you have your new guide ready? I really need that help now.

Anyway. I changed the IP on linux side to 10.10.10.10.

I still can’t ping the linux side from the windows side.

Any other thoughts/suggestions?

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jgabay says February 22, 2010

Just noticed also that on the windows side when I ping by hostname it it returning 70.159.184.51. I’m not sure where that’s coming from.

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Atul says February 22, 2010

@jgabay,
We are going to launch this setup guide with new apps dba batch starting this weekend http://focusthread.com/training/online-apps-dba-training-11i-r12/47-oracle-apps-dba-training

For ping ensure that these machines (windows and linux) are on same subnet i.e. if windows IP is 192.168.1.X then define linux machine as 192.168.1.Y

Atul

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shaik says December 30, 2010

Dear Atul,

Thank you very much for u’r excellant support and sharing of knowledge.

Please clear my doubt:

I have Laptop wth the following configuartion.

Hard disk: 280GB free space.
RAM: 4GB

I need to have ” windows 7 Basic OS + VMWARE+LINUX+ORACLE APPS R12.1.1″

so please tell me my laptop configuarationos OK r not?

Please let me know the steps to follow to
Install the above things.

I am eagarly waiting for u’r responses.

Thanks and Best regards
Shaik

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Rehan says October 30, 2011

i am installing R12.1.1 on rhel 5.3 (64 bit) on laptop vmware. i have write permissions in /opt/StageR12 and in /opt/oracle directories.

xclock is also working wth user oracle. when i run rapidwiz installation window dont start.

What is the problem ?

please reply

Reply
Atul Kumar says October 31, 2011

@ Rehan,
Did you run installer using root user ? Can you see xclock usign root user ?

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Suresh says January 3, 2012

a naive question.

Oracle Apps VM template/Image and fresh install
What are the differences and why a fresh/install from scratch?

Reply
Atul Kumar says January 3, 2012

@ Suresh,
To install/configure VM template/image you need VM manager and other infrastructure.

If you are apps dba and wish to learn installation then fresh install from scratch is better but if you are functional consultant then vm template/image is better but then vm infrastructure required.

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vijay says June 10, 2012

Hi Atul,

With reference to your post I’m trying to install Oracle apps R12 (downloaded from edelivery) in Linux (installed on VMware on External drive)
When I’m trying to run rapidwiz its giving me below error.

[root@vijayhost rapidwiz]# . rapidwiz

Rapid Install Wizard is validating your file system……
dirname: invalid option — ‘b’
Try `dirname –help’ for more information.
4 dvd labels found
Rapid Install Wizard will now launch the Java Interface…..

[oracleusr@vijayhost rapidwiz]$ /home/oracleusr/ebs/R12/startCD/Disk1/rapidwiz//bin/runWizard.sh: /home/oracleusr/ebs/R12/startCD/Disk1/rapidwiz//jre/Linux_x64/1.6.0/bin/java: /lib/ld-linux.so.2: bad ELF interpreter: No such file or directory

—————————
Linux information
————————–
Release 6.0
Kernel Liux 2.6.32-100.28.5.el6.x86_64
GNOME 2.28.2

Please help .

I tried to run command
yum install glibc.i686
but its giving me below error

[root@vijayhost ~]# yum install glibc.i686
Loaded plugins: refresh-packagekit, rhnplugin
This system is not registered with ULN.
ULN support will be disabled.
Setting up Install Process
No package glibc.i686 available.
Error: Nothing to do

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vijay says June 11, 2012

Hi Atul,

With reference to your post I’m trying to install Oracle apps R12 (downloaded from edelivery) in Linux (installed on VMware on External
drive)
When I’m trying to run rapidwiz its giving me below error.

[root@vijayhost rapidwiz]# . rapidwiz

Rapid Install Wizard is validating your file system……
dirname: invalid option — ‘b’
Try `dirname –help’ for more information.
4 dvd labels found
Rapid Install Wizard will now launch the Java Interface…..

[oracleusr@vijayhost rapidwiz]$
/home/oracleusr/ebs/R12/startCD/Disk1/rapidwiz//bin/runWizard.sh:
*/home/oracleusr/ebs/R12/startCD/Disk1/rapidwiz//jre/Linux_x64/1.6.0/bin/java:
/lib/ld-linux.so.2: bad ELF interpreter: No such file or directory*

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Linux information
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Release 6.0
Kernel Liux 2.6.32-100.28.5.el6.x86_64
GNOME 2.28.2

I also tried to run yum install glibc.i686
but its not working

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Abdul mazid says May 7, 2016

Hi,

i am learning oracle apps SCM functional, i want to install oracle apps r12 version demo which are available in market to do the practice, Vmware or linux installation, which is the fast and good, my laptop configuration 8 GB ram 1Tb hard disk, i5 Processor.

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