Oracle Database Quick Installation Guide for Microsoft Windows x64

Oracle Database Quick Installation Guide for Microsoft Windows x64
Oracle® Database
Quick Installation Guide
12c Release 1 (12.1) for Microsoft Windows x64 (64-Bit)
E56576-02
August 2015
This guide describes how to quickly install the Oracle Database product on Windows
x64 systems. It includes information about the following:
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Review Information About this Guide
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Log On to the System with Administrator Privileges
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Check the Hardware Requirements
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Check the Software Requirements
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Default Share Configuration Requirement
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Installation Requirements for Web Browsers
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Remote Desktop Services
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Creating Oracle Home User
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Operating System Groups Created During Oracle Database Installation
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Creating Required Directories
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Install the Oracle Database Software
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Installing Oracle Database Examples
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What to Do Next?
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Additional Information
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Documentation Accessibility
1 Review Information About this Guide
This guide describes how to install Oracle Database using the default installation
options into a new Oracle home.
Tasks Described in this Guide
The procedures in this guide describe how to:
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Configure your system to support Oracle Database.
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Install the Oracle Database software on a local file system.
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Configure a general-purpose Oracle database that uses the local file system for
database file storage.
Results of a Successful Installation
After you successfully install Oracle Database:
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The database that you created and the default Oracle Net listener process run on
the system.
Oracle Enterprise Manager Database Express is running and can be accessed using
a Web browser.
Tasks Not Described in this Guide
This guide covers the Typical Installation scenario and does not describe how to
complete the following tasks:
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Using the Advanced Installation option to install the software
Installing the software on a system that has an existing Oracle software
installation.
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Installing Oracle Clusterware and Oracle Real Application Clusters.
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Setting TCP kernel parameter manually
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Cloning an Oracle home.
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Enabling Enterprise Manager e-mail notifications or automated backups.
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Using alternative storage options such as Automatic Storage Management.
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Installing and configuring Oracle Grid Infrastructure.
Where to Get Additional Installation Information
For more detailed information about installing Oracle Database components,
including information about the tasks not described in this guide, see one of the
following guides:
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If you are installing the software on a single system, see Oracle Database Installation
Guide for Microsoft Windows.
If you want to install Oracle Grid Infrastructure for a standalone server, then see
the "Oracle Grid Infrastructure for a Standalone Server" chapter in Oracle Database
Installation Guide for Microsoft Windows.
If you are installing Oracle Real Application Clusters, see Oracle Grid Infrastructure
Installation Guide and Oracle Real Application Clusters Installation Guide. These
guides describe how to install Oracle Grid Infrastructure and Oracle Real
Application Clusters. Oracle Grid Infrastructure is a prerequisite for Oracle Real
Application Clusters installations.
The product documentation for Oracle Database products is available in both HTML
and PDF formats online on the Oracle Technology Network (OTN) website:
http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/indexes/documentation/index.html
2 Log On to the System with Administrator Privileges
Log on as a member of the Administrators group to the computer on which you want
to install Oracle components. If you are installing on a Primary Domain Controller
(PDC) or a Backup Domain Controller (BDC), log on as a member of the Domain
Administrators group.
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3 Check the Hardware Requirements
Table 1
Hardware Requirements
Requirement
Minimum Value
Physical memory (RAM)
2 GB minimum
Virtual memory (swap)
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If physical memory is between 2 GB and 16 GB,
then set virtual memory to 1 times the size of the
RAM
If physical memory is more than 16 GB, then set
virtual memory to 16 GB
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Disk space
Typical Install Type total: 10 GB
See Table 2 for details.
System Architecture
AMD64, or Intel Extended memory (EM64T)
Video adapter
256 colors
Screen Resolution
1024 X 768 minimum
3.1 Hard Disk Space Requirements
Table 2 lists the space requirements on NTFS. Oracle strongly recommends that you
install the Oracle database home (Oracle database binaries, trace files, and so on) on
Oracle ACFS or NTFS; the database files themselves must be placed on Oracle ASM if
using Oracle ACFS; otherwise they can be placed on NTFS. Usage of Oracle ACFS and
Oracle ASM or NTFS instead of FAT32 is recommended to ensure security of these
files. The starter database requires 720 MB of disk space. The figures in this table
include the starter database. FAT32 space requirements are slightly higher.
Table 2
Windows x64 Disk Space Requirements on NTFS
Installation Type
TEMP
Space
C:\Program
Files\Oracle\Inventory
Oracle
Home
Datafiles *
Total
Typical Installation
500 MB
700 KB
4.8 GB
5.1 GB
10.4 GB
* Refers to the contents of the admin, cfgtoollogs, flash_recovery_area, and
oradata directories in the ORACLE_BASE directory.
** This size can be higher depending on the installation options selected, such as
languages or additional components. If you choose to install Oracle Database with
automated backups enabled, include at least 2 GB extra for data file disk space.
"Overview of NTFS File System and
Windows Registry Permissions" in Oracle Database
Platform Guide for Microsoft Windows
See Also:
To ensure that the system meets these requirements, follow these steps:
1.
Determine the physical RAM size. For example, on a Windows Server 2008 R2
computer, click System and Security in the Windows Control Panel, then click
System.
If the size of the physical RAM installed in the system is less than the required
size, then you must install more memory before continuing.
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2.
Determine the size of the configured virtual memory (also known as paging file
size). For example, on a Windows Server 2008 R2 computer, click System and
Security, then click System, click Advanced System Settings, click the Advanced
tab on System Properties page, and then click Settings in the Performance section.
Then select the Advanced tab on Performance Options page.
The virtual memory is listed in the Virtual Memory section.
If necessary, see your operating system documentation for information about how
to configure additional virtual memory.
3.
Determine the amount of free disk space on the system. For example, on a
Windows Server 2008 R2 computer, right-click My Computer and click Open.
4.
Determine the amount of disk space available in the temp directory. This is
equivalent to the total amount of free disk space, minus what is needed for the
Oracle software to be installed.
For example, to change the environment variables on a Windows Server 2008 R2
computer, click System and Security, then click System, click Advanced System
Settings, click the Advanced tab on System Properties page, and then click
Environment Variables.
4 Check the Software Requirements
Table 3 lists the software requirements for Oracle Database.
Table 3
Windows x64 Software Requirements
Requirement
Value
Operating
System
Oracle Database for Windows x64 is supported on the following
operating systems:
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Windows Server 2008 x64 and Windows Server 2008 R2 x64 Standard, Enterprise, Datacenter, Web, and Foundation editions.
Windows 7 x64 - Professional, Enterprise, and Ultimate editions
Windows 8 x64 and Windows 8.1 x64 - Pro and Enterprise
editions
Windows Server 2012 x64 and Windows Server 2012 R2 x64 Standard, Datacenter, Essentials, and Foundation editions
Note:
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Check My Oracle Support Note for more information about
Hyper-V support.
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Windows Multilingual User Interface Pack is supported.
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The Server Core option is not supported.
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Table 3 (Cont.) Windows x64 Software Requirements
Requirement
Value
Compiler
The following components are supported with the Microsoft Visual
C++ 2010 SP1, Microsoft Visual C++ 2012, Microsoft Visual C++ 2013
Update 2, and Intel 12.1 C compilers:
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Oracle Call Interface
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External callouts
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Pro*C/C++ (not supported with Microsoft Visual C++ 2013
Update 2 at this time of release.)
XDK
Oracle C++ Call Interface is supported with
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Network
Protocol
Oracle Database
Client
Microsoft Visual C++ 2010 SP1
Microsoft Visual C++ 2012 - OCCI libraries are installed under
ORACLE_HOME\oci\lib\msvc\vc11. When developing OCCI
applications with MSVC++ 2012, ensure that the OCCI libraries
are correctly selected from this directory for linking and
executing.
Intel 12.1 C compilers with Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 STLs
The Oracle Net foundation layer uses Oracle protocol support to
communicate with the following industry-standard network
protocols:
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TCP/IP
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TCP/IP with SSL
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Named Pipes
If you plan to connect to Oracle Database 12c Release 1 (12.1) from a
release of Oracle Database Client that is 10g Release 2 (10.2) or higher,
then the following conditions apply:
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Oracle Database Client is version 10.2 or higher.
If the earlier Oracle Database Client is running on the same
computer as Oracle Database 12c Release 1 (12.1), a bequeath
connection cannot be used.
Oracle recommends upgrading Oracle Database Client to the latest
patchset (10.2.0.5, or 11.2.0.4 or later). You can download the patchset
from the Patches and Updates section of My Oracle Support at
https://support.oracle.com
5 Default Share Configuration Requirement
The prerequisite checks during Oracle Database installation require that the system
drive on your computer has default share configured on it. Use the net use command
to verify, for example:
C:\>net use\\hostname\c$
The command completed successfully.
Ensure that the current user, the user in the Administrator group, has all the privileges
on the default share.
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6 Installation Requirements for Web Browsers
Web browsers are required to use Oracle Enterprise Manager Database Express and
Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control. Web browsers must support Java Script,
and the HTML 4.0 and CSS 1.0 standards. For a list of browsers that meet these
requirements, see the Oracle Enterprise Manager certification matrix on My Oracle
Support:
https://support.oracle.com
Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control Basic Installation
Guide for information on accessing the Oracle Enterprise Manager
certification matrix
See Also:
7 Remote Desktop Services
Oracle supports installing, configuring, and running Oracle Database through Remote
Desktop Services, formerly known as Terminal Services, on Windows. To install Oracle
Database, Oracle recommends that you start all configuration tools from the Terminal
Server console session of the server (using mstsc/console).
Platform-specific support information is as follows:
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Windows client operating systems: The Remote Desktop is only available in Single
User Mode.
Windows server operating systems: You can have multiple Remote Desktop
sessions.
See Also:
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The Microsoft website for more information about Remote
Desktop Services
http://www.microsoft.com/
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The My Oracle Support website for the latest Terminal Services
and Remote Desktop Services information
https://support.oracle.com/
8 Creating Oracle Home User
During Oracle Database installation, you can specify an optional Oracle Home User
associated with the Oracle home. For example, assume that you use an Administrator
user named OraSys to install the software (Oracle Installation user), then you can
specify the ORADOMAIN\OraDb domain user as the Oracle Home user for this
installation. The specified Oracle Home domain user must exist before you install the
Oracle Database software.
The Oracle Home User can be either the Windows built-in account (LocalSystem) or an
existing user. If you specify an existing user as the Oracle Home user, then the
Windows User Account you specify must be a domain user. This account is used for
running the Windows services for the Oracle home. Do not log in using this account to
perform administrative tasks. Windows User Account can be a Windows Local User,
Windows Domain User or Managed Services Account (MSA). If you want to create a
new user during installation, then it can only be a Windows Local User. It cannot be a
Windows Domain User or an MSA. The new user that is created is denied interactive
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logon privileges to the Windows computer. However, a Windows administrator can
manage this account like any other Windows account. Oracle recommends that you
use the standard Windows User Account (instead of Windows Built-in Account) as the
Oracle Home User for enhanced security.
Note: You cannot change the Oracle Home User after the installation
is complete. If you must change the Oracle Home User, then you must
reinstall the Oracle Database software.
Silent installation is enhanced to support password prompt for Oracle Home User. So,
customers and independent software vendors (ISV) can use response files without
hard coding the password into the source code.
Oracle recommends using the standard Windows User Account (not an Administrator
account) as Oracle Home User for typical installation, software-only installation, and
cloning.
If an existing Windows User Account is used as Oracle Home User for software-only
installation, then a password is not required. Thus, you can perform a silent,
software-only installation using Windows User Account.
If using a Windows User Account as Oracle Home User for cloning individual Oracle
Database installations, then a password is not required.
9 Operating System Groups Created During Oracle Database
Installation
During installation, the user groups listed in Table 4 are created, if they do not already
exist. In the following table, the HOMENAME variable refers to the generated HOMENAME for
a software installation, which is of the form OraproductmajorVersionHomenumber. For
example, OraDB12cHome1.
Table 4
User Groups Created During Oracle Database Installation
Operating System Group
Name
ORA_DBA
Related System Privilege
Description
SYSDBA system privileges for A special OSDBA group for
all Oracle Database
the Windows operating
installations on the server
system.
Members of this group are
granted SYSDBA system
privileges for all Oracle
Databases installed on the
server.
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Table 4 (Cont.) User Groups Created During Oracle Database Installation
Operating System Group
Name
ORA_OPER
Related System Privilege
Description
SYSOPER system privileges
for all Oracle databases
installed on the server
A special OSOPER group for
the Windows operating
system.
Members of this group are
granted SYSOPER system
privileges all Oracle
Databases installed on the
server. This group does not
have any members after
installation, but you can
manually add users to this
group after the installation
completes.
ORA_ASMADMIN
SYSASM system privileges for The OSASM group for the
Oracle ASM administration
Oracle ASM instance.
Using this group and the
SYSASM system privileges
enables the separation of
SYSDBA database
administration privileges from
Oracle ASM storage
administration privileges.
Members of the OSASM
group are authorized to
connect using the SYSASM
privilege and have full access
to Oracle ASM, including
administrative access to all
disk groups that the Oracle
ASM instance manages.
ORA_ASMDBA
SYSDBA system privileges on
the Oracle ASM instance
The OSDBA group for the
Oracle ASM instance.
This group grants access for
the database to connect to
Oracle ASM. During
installation, the Oracle
Installation Users are
configured as members of this
group. After you create an
Oracle Database, this groups
contains the contains Oracle
Home Users of those database
homes.
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Table 4 (Cont.) User Groups Created During Oracle Database Installation
Operating System Group
Name
ORA_ASMOPER
Related System Privilege
Description
SYSOPER for ASM system
privileges
The OSOPER group for the
Oracle ASM instance.
Members of this group are
granted SYSOPER system
privileges on the Oracle ASM
instance, which permits a user
to perform operations such as
startup, shutdown, mount,
dismount, and check disk
group. This group has a
subset of the privileges of the
OSASM group. Similar to the
ORA_HOMENAME_OPER group,
this group does not have any
members after installation, but
you can manually add users
to this group after the
installation completes.
ORA_HOMENAME_DBA
SYSDBA system privileges for An OSDBA group for a
all instances that run from the specific Oracle home with a
Oracle home with the name
name of HOMENAME.
HOMENAME
Members of this group can
use operating system
authentication to gain
SYSDBA system privileges for
any database that runs from
the specific Oracle home. If
you specified an Oracle Home
User during installation, the
user is added to this group
during installation.
ORA_HOMENAME_OPER
SYSOPER system privileges
for all instances that run from
the Oracle home with a name
HOMENAME
ORA_HOMENAME_SYSBACKUP
An OSDBA group for the
Oracle home with a name of
HOMENAME.
Members of this group can
use operating system
authentication to gain
SYSOPER system privileges
for any database that runs
from the specific Oracle home.
This group does not have any
members after installation, but
you can manually add users
to this group after the
installation completes.
SYSBACKUP system
OSBACKUPDBA group for a
privileges for all instances that specific Oracle home with a
run from the Oracle home
name of HOMENAME.
with a name of HOMENAME
Members of this group have
privileges necessary for
performing database backup
and recovery tasks on all
database instances that run
from the specified Oracle
home directory.
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Table 4 (Cont.) User Groups Created During Oracle Database Installation
Operating System Group
Name
ORA_HOMENAME_SYSDG
ORA_HOMENAME_SYSKM
Related System Privilege
Description
SYSDG system privileges for
all instances that run from the
Oracle home with a name of
HOMENAME
OSDGDBA group for a
specific Oracle home with a
name of HOMENAME.
SYSKM system privileges for
all instances that run from the
Oracle home with a name of
HOMENAME.
OSKMDBA group for a
specific Oracle home with a
name of HOMENAME.
Members of this group have
privileges necessary for
performing Data Guard
administrative tasks on all
database instances that run
from the specified Oracle
home directory.
Members of this group have
privileges necessary for
performing encryption key
management tasks on all
database instances that run
from the specified Oracle
home directory.
During the installation of Oracle Database, all groups mentioned in the table are
populated for proper operation of Oracle products. You must not remove any group
member populated by Oracle. However, if you want to assign specific database
privileges to new Windows operating system users, then you can manually add users
to these groups after the installation completes.
See Also:
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"Database Administrator Authentication" section in Oracle
Database Administrator's Guide for more information about
database system privileges
"Authentication for Accessing Oracle ASM Instances" section in
Oracle Automatic Storage Management Administrator's Guide for
more information about Oracle ASM system privileges
Oracle creates other groups, such as, ORA_INSTALL, ORA_CLIENT_LISTENERS, ORA_GRID_
LISTENERS, ORA_HOMENAME_SVCSIDS during installation and you should not change
these groups, memberships, and ACLs associated with various Oracle created groups.
"About Job Role Separation Operating System Privileges
Groups and Users" in Oracle Database Installation Guide for Microsoft
Windows
See Also:
10 Creating Required Directories
Note: You must complete this procedure only to place the Oracle
database or recovery files on a separate file system from the Oracle
base directory.
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To create directories for the Oracle database or recovery files on separate file systems
from the Oracle base directory, follow these steps:
1.
Use Windows Explorer to determine the free disk space on the file system.
2.
From the display, identify the file systems to use:
File Type
File System Requirements
Data files
Choose either:
A single file system with at least 950 MB of free disk
space.
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Two or more file systems with at least 950 MB of free
disk space in total.
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Recovery files
Choose a file system with at least 2 GB of free disk space.
If you are using the same file system for multiple types of files, then add the disk
space requirements for each type to determine the total disk space requirement.
3.
Note the names of the directories for the file systems that you identified.
4.
If you also want to use Oracle Automatic Storage Management, see section
"Preparing Disks for Oracle Automatic Storage Management" in Oracle Database
Installation Guide for Microsoft Windows for instructions.
11 Install the Oracle Database Software
To install the Oracle Database software:
Note: If you run Oracle Universal Installer when Windows
Scheduler jobs are running, then you may encounter unexplained
installation problems if your Windows Scheduler job is performing
cleanup, and temporary files are deleted before the installation is
finished. Oracle recommends that you complete installation before the
Windows Scheduler jobs are run, or disable Windows Scheduler jobs
that perform cleanup of temporary files until after the installation is
completed.
1.
Log in to Windows as an Administrator user.
If you are installing on a Primary Domain Controller (PDC) or a Backup Domain
Controller (BDC), log on as a member of the Domain Administrators group.
2.
If you are installing Oracle Database on a computer with multple Network
Interface Cards or multiple aliases, use System in the Control Panel to create the
ORACLE_HOSTNAME system environment variable. Set this variable to point to the
host name of the computer on which you are installing Oracle Database.
3.
Navigate to the location of the installation media for Oracle Database Client 12c
Release 1 (12.1), open a command prompt with administrator privileges, and run
the setup.exe command.
Use the same installation media to install Oracle Database on all supported
Windows operating systems.
4.
Follow these guidelines to complete the installation:
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Do not install Oracle Database 12c Release 1 (12.1) software into an existing
Oracle home.
Follow the instructions displayed in the Oracle Universal Installer screens. If
you need additional information, click Help.
When prompted for a password, follow these guidelines:
The installation does not continue if the following requirements are not met.
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Password cannot exceed 30 characters.
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Password cannot contain invalid characters: ! @ % ^ & * ( ) + = \ | ` ~ [ { ] }
;:'",<>?
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A user name cannot be a password.
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An empty password cannot be accepted.
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The SYS account password cannot be change_on_install.
(case-insensitive)
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The SYSTEM account password cannot be manager. (case-insensitive)
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The DBSNMP account password cannot be dbsnmp. (case-insensitive)
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If you choose to use the same password for all the accounts, then that
password cannot be change_on_install, manager, or dbsnmp.
(case-insensitive)
Note:
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You must remember the passwords that you specify.
If you select the option to create the database as a
multitenant container database, then you must
provide the pluggable database administrator
password.
Do not modify the Java Runtime Environment (JRE) except by using a patch
provided by Oracle Support Services. Oracle Universal Installer automatically
installs the Oracle-supplied version of the JRE. This version is required to run
Oracle Universal Installer and several Oracle assistants.
If you encounter errors while installing or linking the software, see Appendix
F in Oracle Database Installation Guide for Microsoft Windows for information
about troubleshooting.
If you chose an installation type that runs Database Configuration Assistant
and Oracle Net Configuration Assistant in interactive mode, you must provide
detailed information about configuring your database and network.
If you need assistance when using the Database Configuration Assistant or
Oracle Net Configuration Assistant in interactive mode, click Help on any
screen.
Note: If you chose a default installation, Database
Configuration Assistant and Oracle Net Configuration
Assistant run non-interactively.
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5.
When the Configuration Assistant tasks are complete, click Finish, click Exit, then
click Yes to exit from Oracle Universal Installer.
6.
Optionally, delete the OraInstalldate_time directory to remove the temporary
files that were created during the installation process. The OraInstalldate_time
directory holds about 45 MB of files. This directory is created in the location set by
the TEMP environment variable setting.
Restarting your computer also removes the OraInstalldate_time directory.
7.
See Chapter 6, "Oracle Database Postinstallation Tasks" in Oracle Database
Installation Guide for Microsoft Windows for information about postinstallation tasks
that you must complete after you have installed Oracle Database.
The following table lists the various screens displayed during a Typical installation for
Oracle Database 12c:
Screen
Recommended Action
Configure Security Updates
Enter your e-mail address, preferably your My Oracle Support (formerly OracleMetaLink) e-mail address or user name in the Email
field.
You can select the I wish to receive security updates via My Oracle Support check box to receive security updates.
Enter your My Oracle Support password in the My Oracle Support Password field.
Click Next.
Select Installation Option
System Class
Grid Installation Options
Select one of the following installation options, click Next.
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Create and configure a database: This option creates a new
database along with sample schemas.
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Install database software only: This option installs only the
database binaries. To configure database, you must run Oracle
Database Configuration Assistant after the software
installation.
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Upgrade an existing database: This option installs the
software binaries in a new Oracle home. At the end of the
installation, you can upgrade the existing database.
Select the type of system for installing the database, click Next.
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Desktop Class: Choose this option if you are installing on a
laptop or desktop class system. This option includes a starter
database and allows minimal configuration. This option is
designed for those who want to quickly set up a database.
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Server Class: Choose this option if you are installing on a
server class system, such as what you would use when
deploying Oracle in a production data center. This option
allows for more advanced configuration options. Advanced
configuration options available using this option include
Oracle RAC, Oracle Automatic Storage Management, backup
and recovery configuration, integration with Enterprise
Manager Cloud Control, and more fine-grained memory
tuning, among many others.
Select the type of database installation you want to perform, click
Next.
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Single instance database installation: This option installs the
database and the listener.
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Oracle Real Application Clusters database installation: This
option installs Oracle Real Application Clusters.
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Oracle RAC One Node database installation: This option
installs Oracle RAC One Node database.
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Screen
Recommended Action
Select Install Type
Select one of the following, then click Next:
Specify Oracle Home User
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Typical Install: This installation method is selected by default.
It lets you quickly install Oracle Database using minimal
input. It installs the software and optionally creates a
general-purpose database using the information that you
specify on this screen.
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Advanced Install: This installation method enables to perform
more complex installations, such as creating individual
passwords for different accounts, creating specific types of
starter databases (for example, for transaction processing or
data warehouse systems), using different language groups,
specifying e-mail notifications, and so on.
Starting with Oracle Database 12c, Oracle recommends that you
use Windows Built-in Account or specify a standard Windows User
Account (not an Administrator account) to install and configure the
Oracle home. This account is used for running the Windows services for the Oracle home. Do not log in using this account to perform administrative tasks. Select one of the following, then click
Next.
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Use Existing Windows User
The account can be a Windows Local User, Windows Domain
User or Windows Managed Services Account (MSA). You
must provide both the user name and password for a
Windows Local or Domain User. For Windows MSA, which is
a managed domain account, only the user name is required.
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Create New Windows User
Provide the user name and password for the Windows Local
User that you want Oracle Universal Installer to create.
Confirm the password. The new user that is created is denied
interactive logon privileges to the Windows computer.
However, a Windows administrator can manage this account
like any other Windows account.
Select Use Windows Built-in Account if you do not want to specify an Oracle Home User during installation. No user name or
password is required and the Windows services for the Oracle
home run as the LocalSystem or LocalService.
For Database Server installation, Oracle recommends that you use
a standard Windows User Account (instead of Windows Built-in
Account) as the Oracle Home User for enhanced security.
See Also: "Managing Oracle Home User" in Oracle Database Platform Guide for Microsoft Windows
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Screen
Recommended Action
Typical Install Configuration
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The Oracle base path appears by default. You can change the
path based on your requirement. Specify Oracle Base,
Software location, and Database file location.
The Oracle base directory is a top-level directory for Oracle
software installations owned by an Oracle installation owner
account. The default Oracle base path is DRIVE_
LETTER:\app\user, where user is the user account running
the installation. You can change the path based on your
requirements.
In the Software location field, accept the default value or
enter the Oracle home directory path in which you want to
install Oracle components. The directory path should not
contain spaces.
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Database edition: Choose from the list between Enterprise
Edition, Standard Edition, Standard Edition One, or Standard
Edition 2.
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Character set: This option enables you to store the character
data in the database in one of the methods. Choose between
Defaul or Unicode.
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Global database name: Specify the Global Database Name
using the following syntax:
database_unique_name.db_domain
where:
database_unique_name is the name of the
database. It can contain a maximum of 30
characters as long as the first eight characters
are unique and begin with an alphabetic
character. The characters can include
alphanumeric, underscore (_), dollar ($), and
pound (#), no other special characters are
permitted in a database name.
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db_domain is the computer environment used
for the database. It should contain no more
than 128 characters (alphanumeric,
underscore (_), and pound (#)), inclusive of
all periods.
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Note: Ensure that the combination of database name (first
eight unique characters of database unique name), delimiter,
and the database domain name does not exceed 128
characters.
For example:
sales.us.example.com
where:
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database_unique_name is sales
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db_domain is us.example.com
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Administrative password: Provide the password and confirm
the same.
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Select the Create as Container database option to create the
database as a multitenant container database (CDB) that can
support one pluggable database (PDB). If you want Oracle
Universal Installer to create a PDB when it creates the CDB,
specify the PDB name in the Pluggable database name field.
The PDB name must be unique and must follow the database
naming conventions. See section "Identifying Databases" in
Oracle Database Installation Guide for Microsoft Windows.
To create additional PDBs and to manage PDBs, use Oracle
Database Configuration Assistant.
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Screen
Recommended Action
Perform Prerequisite Checks
This option checks if the minimum system requirements to perform the database installation are met.
Click Fix & Check Again, if you want the installer to fix the problem and check the system requirements once more.
If you click Check Again, then you can run the prerequisite check
again to see if the minimum requirements are met to carry on with
the database installation.
To get a list of failed requirements, select Show Failed from the list.
To get a list of all the prerequirement checks run by the OUI, select
Show All. To get a list of the prerequirement checks that are successful, select Show Succeeded.
Note: Oracle recommends that you use caution in checking the
Ignore All option. If you check this option, then Oracle Universal
Installer may not confirm that your system can install Oracle Database successfully.
Summary
Review the information displayed on this screen, and click Install.
Note: You can save all the installation steps into a response file by
clicking Save Response File. Later, this file can be used for a silent
installation.
Install Product
This screen displays the progress of a database installation. It also
shows the status information while the product is being installed.
Click Next.
This screen then displays the status information for the configuration assistants that configure the software and create a database.
When the message is displayed after Database Configuration Assistant process, click OK to continue.
Finish
This screen is shown automatically when all the configuration tools
are successful.
12 Installing Oracle Database Examples
If you plan to use the following products or features, then download and install the
products from the Oracle Database Examples media:
■
Oracle JDBC Development Drivers
■
Oracle Database Examples
■
Oracle Text Knowledge Base
For detailed information about various Oracle product demonstrations, see Oracle
Database Examples Installation Guide.
13 What to Do Next?
To become familiar with this release of Oracle Database, Oracle suggests that you
complete the following tasks:
■
Log in to Oracle Enterprise Manager Database Express using a web browser.
Oracle Enterprise Manager Database Express 12c is a web-based management tool
built into Oracle Database without any need for special installation or
management. You can use Oracle Enterprise Manager Database Express to manage
a single Oracle Database installation. The default URL for Oracle Enterprise
Manager Database Express is similar to the following:
http://host.domain:port/em/
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Log in with the user name SYSMAN. Use the password that you specified for this
user during the Oracle Database installation.
■
■
■
See Chapter 6 of Oracle Database Installation Guide for Microsoft Windows for
information about required and optional postinstallation tasks, depending on the
components to use.
Review Chapter 7 of Oracle Database Installation Guide for Microsoft Windows for
information about how to get started using Oracle Database.
Read Oracle Database 2 Day DBA guide, to learn more about using Oracle
Enterprise Manager Database Express to administer a database.
14 Additional Information
This section contains information about the following:
■
Product Licenses
■
Purchasing Licenses, Version Updates, and Documentation
■
Contacting Oracle Support Services
■
Locating Product Documentation
Product Licenses
You are welcome to install and evaluate the products included in this media pack for
30 days under the terms of the Trial License Agreement. However, you must purchase
a program license to continue using any product after the 30 day evaluation period.
See the following section for information about purchasing program licenses.
See Also:
Oracle Database Licensing Information
Purchasing Licenses, Version Updates, and Documentation
You can purchase program licenses and updated versions of Oracle products from the
Oracle Store Web site:
https://shop.oracle.com/
Contacting Oracle Support Services
If you have purchased Oracle Product Support, you can call Oracle Support Services
for assistance 24 hours a day, seven days a week. For information about purchasing
Oracle Product Support or contacting Oracle Support Services, go to the Oracle
Support Services Web site:
http://www.oracle.com/us/support/index.html
Locating Product Documentation
Product documentation includes information about configuring, using, or
administering Oracle products on any platform. The product documentation for
Oracle Database 12c Release 1 (12.1) is available in both HTML and PDF formats on
Oracle Technology Network (OTN) at:
http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/indexes/documentation/index.html
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15 Documentation Accessibility
For information about Oracle's commitment to accessibility, visit the Oracle
Accessibility Program website at
http://www.oracle.com/pls/topic/lookup?ctx=acc&id=docacc.
Access to Oracle Support
Oracle customers have access to electronic support through My Oracle Support. For
information, visit http://www.oracle.com/pls/topic/lookup?ctx=acc&id=info or
visit http://www.oracle.com/pls/topic/lookup?ctx=acc&id=trs if you are hearing
impaired.
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