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Dell PowerEdge Systems

Oracle Database on Microsoft

Windows Server x64

Operating System and

Hardware Installation

Guide

Version 4.4

Notes and Cautions

NOTE: A NOTE indicates important information that helps you make better use of your computer.

CAUTION: A CAUTION indicates potential damage to hardware or loss of data if instructions are not followed.

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July 2010 Rev. A03

Contents

1 Overview of Oracle Database

Installation on Microsoft

Windows Server x64

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

5

Required Documentation for Deploying the 

Dell|Oracle Database

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

5

Terminology Used in this Document

. . . . . . . . . . . .

6

Getting Help

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

6

2 Software and Hardware

Requirements

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

9

Minimum Hardware Requirements

. . . . . . . . . . .

11

3 Installing and Configuring

the Operating System

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

15

Before you begin

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15

Installing the Operating System Using the 

Dell Systems Management Tools and 

Documentation DVD Version 6.1.0

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16

Continuing With the Operating System 

Installation

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

18

Contents 3

4 Verifying Cluster Hardware and Software

Configurations

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23

4 Contents

Overview of Oracle Database

Installation on Microsoft Windows

Server x64

1

This document applies to:

• Oracle Database 10g R2 Enterprise Edition on Windows Server 2003 R2

SP2 Enterprise/Standard x64 Edition or Windows Server 2008 SP2

Enterprise/Standard x64 Edition.

• Oracle Database 10g R2 Standard Edition on Windows Server 2003 R2

SP2 Standard x64 Edition or Windows Server 2008 SP2 Standard x64

Edition.

Required Documentation for Deploying the

Dell|Oracle Database

The documentation set for the Oracle Database on Microsoft Windows is organized into a series of modules. These modules cover the following topics:

• Oracle Database on Microsoft Windows Server x64 Operating System and

Hardware Installation Guide —Describes the required minimum hardware and software versions, how to install and configure the operating system, how to verify the hardware and software configurations, and how to obtain open source files.

• Oracle Database on Microsoft Windows Server x64 Storage and Networking

Guide —Describes how to install and configure the network and the storage solutions.

Overview 5

• Oracle Database on Microsoft Windows Server x64 Database Setup and

Installation Guide —Describes how to install and configure the

Oracle Database.

• Oracle Database on Microsoft Windows Server x64 Troubleshooting Guide —

Describes how to troubleshoot and resolve errors encountered during the installation procedures described in the previous modules.

Terminology Used in This Document

This document uses the terms logical unit number (LUN), virtual disk, and volumes. These terms are synonymous and can be used interchangeably.

The term LUN is commonly used in a Dell|EMC Fibre Channel storage system environment, virtual disk is commonly used in a direct-attached

SAS (Dell MD3000/MD3000i and Dell MD3000/MD3000i with MD1000 expansion) storage environment and volume is commonly used in a

Dell EqualLogic iSCSI storage system environment.

Getting Help

Dell Support

For detailed information about using your system, see the documentation that came with your system components.

For whitepapers, Dell-supported configurations, and general information, visit dell.com/oracle .

For Dell technical support for your hardware and operating system software and to download the latest updates for your system, visit support.dell.com

.

NOTE: Information about contacting Dell is provided in your system’s

Oracle

Database on Microsoft Windows Server x64 Operating System and Hardware

Installation Guide

.

Dell Enterprise Training and Certification is now available; see dell.com/training for more information. The training service may not be offered in all locations.

6 Overview

Oracle Support

For information about Oracle software, application clusterware training, and contacting Oracle, see oracle.com

or your Oracle documentation that shipped with the system components. For information on technical support, downloads, and other technical information, see metalink.oracle.com

.

For information on configuring storage and networking, see the Oracle

Database on Microsoft Windows Server x64 Storage and Networking Guide .

Overview 7

8 Overview

2

Software and Hardware

Requirements

Minimum Software Requirements

Table 2-1 lists the minimum software requirements and supported

configurations for Oracle Database on Microsoft Windows Server x64

Editions.

NOTE: Your Dell configuration includes a 30-day trial license of Oracle software. If you do not have a license for this product, contact your Dell sales representative.

Table 2-1. Software Requirements for Oracle Database on Windows Server x64

Editions

Oracle

Database

(x64) Edition

Oracle Configuration Microsoft Windows

Oracle Database 10g R2

10g R2

Enterprise

Edition

Release 10.2.0.1, including RAC option + 10.2.0.4

Patch Set

10g R2

Standard

Edition

Release 10.2.0.1, including RAC option + 10.2.0.4

Patch Set

(x64) Edition

Server 2003 R2 SP2

Enterprise/Standard

Edition

Server 2003 R2 SP2

Standard Edition

EMC PowerPath (Fibre

Channel Clusters Only)

Version 5.3

Version 5.3

Software and Hardware Requirements 9

Table 2-1. Software Requirements for Oracle Database on Windows Server x64

Editions (continued)

Oracle

Database

(x64) Edition

10g R2

Enterprise

Edition

10g R2

Standard

Edition

Oracle Configuration Microsoft Windows

(x64) Edition

Release 10.2.0.4 including RAC option

Release 10.2.0.4 including RAC option

Server 2008 SP2

Enterprise/Standard

Edition

Server 2008 SP2

Standard Edition

EMC PowerPath (Fibre

Channel Clusters Only)

Version 5.3

Version 5.3

Minimum Hardware Requirements

Table 2-2 lists the minimum hardware requirements for Oracle Database 10g

Enterprise Edition on Microsoft Windows Server 2003 R2 SP2 or Windows

Server 2008 SP2 Standard/Enterprise x64 Editions. For more information on specific hardware components, see the documentation included with your system.

NOTE: To achieve the desired performance, choose a system that exceeds the minimum hardware requirements based on the number of users, the applications you use, and batch processes.

NOTE: The hardware configuration of all the cluster nodes should be identical.

10 Software and Hardware Requirements

Table 2-2. Oracle Database 10g Enterprise Edition on Microsoft Windows Server 2003

R2 SP2 or Windows Server 2008 SP2 Standard/Enterprise x64 Editions

Minimum Hardware Requirements

Hardware Component Configuration

Dell PowerEdge 1950 IIII, 2900 III, 2950

II, T610, T710, R610, R710, R810,R900,

R910, M600, M610, M710, and M910 systems (up to eight nodes using

Automatic Storage Management (ASM) or

Oracle Cluster File System (OCFS)).

• Intel Xeon processor family.

• 1 GB of RAM.

• PERC for internal hard drives.

• Two 73-GB hard drives connected to a

PERC controller.

NOTE: It is recommended that you use two 73-GB hard drives (RAID 1) connected to an internal RAID controller. See your

PowerEdge system documentation for more details.

• Three Gigabit NICs.

• Two HBAs 

(1 QLE2462/QLE2562 [dual port]

HBA for use with PowerEdge

1950/R610.

• One QME2472/QME2572 or LPe1105-

M4/LPe1205 [dual port] HBA for use with PowerEdge M600/M610/M710).

Software and Hardware Requirements 11

12

Table 2-2. Oracle Database 10g Enterprise Edition on Microsoft Windows Server 2003

R2 SP2 or Windows Server 2008 SP2 Standard/Enterprise x64 Editions

Minimum Hardware Requirements (continued)

Hardware Component Configuration

Dell PowerEdge 6950, 2970, M605, R805,

R815, and R905 systems (up to eight nodes using ASM or OCFS).

• AMD Opteron processor family.

• 1 GB of RAM.

• Two 73-GB hard drives connected to an internal RAID controller.

NOTE: It is recommended that you use two 73-GB hard drives (RAID 1) connected to an internal RAID controller based on your system. See your PowerEdge system documentation for more details.

• Three Gigabit NICs.

• Two HBAs for use with PowerEdge

6950 or 2970.

• One QME2472/QME2572 or LPe1105-

M4/LPe1205 [dual port] HBA for use with PowerEdge M605/M805/M905.

Gigabit Ethernet switches (two)

For Dell|EMC AX4-5F, CX3-10C, CX3-

20, CX3-20F, CX3-40, CX3-40F, CX3-80,

CX4-120, CX4-240, CX4-480, and CX4-

960 Fibre Channel storage systems.

For direct-attached SAS 

Dell PowerVault MD3000 with MD1000 expansion storage system.

See dell.com/oracle for information on supported configurations.

See the Dell|EMC system documentation for more details.

For direct-attached or switched iSCSI Dell

PowerVault MD3000i with MD1000 expansion storage system.

See your Dell PowerVault MD3000i and

MD1000 storage system documentation for more details.

Dell EqualLogic PS Series Storage.

See your Dell PowerVault MD3000 and

MD1000 storage system documentation for more details.

One Dell EqualLogic PS Series array with sixteen 15,000 RPM SAS disks.

Two Gigabit Ethernet switches for iSCSI SAN.

Software and Hardware Requirements

Table 2-3 lists the minimum hardware requirements for Oracle Database 10g

Standard Edition on Microsoft Windows Server 2003 R2 SP2 or Windows

Server 2008 SP2 Standard x64 Editions. For more information on specific hardware components, see the documentation included with your system.

Table 2-3. Oracle Database 10g Standard Edition on Microsoft Windows Server 2003 R2

SP2 or Windows Server 2008 SP2 Standard x64 Editions Minimum Hardware

Requirements

Hardware Component

Dell PowerEdge 1950 III, 2950 III,

2900III, T610, T710, R610, and R710 systems (up to two nodes using ASM).

Dell PowerEdge 2970, R805 systems (up to two nodes using ASM)

Configuration

• Intel Xeon processor family.

• 1 GB of RAM.

• PERC for internal hard drives.

• Two 73-GB hard drives connected to a

PERC controller.

NOTE: It is recommended that you use two

73-GB hard drives (RAID 1) connected to an internal RAID controller based on your system. See your PowerEdge system documentation for more details.

• Three Gigabit NICs.

• Two HBAs.

• One QLE2462/QLE2562 [dual port]

HBA for use with PowerEdge

1950/R610.

• AMD Opteron processor family.

• 1 GB of RAM.

• Two 73-GB hard drives connected to an internal RAID controller.

NOTE: It is recommended that you use two

73-GB hard drives (RAID 1) connected to an internal RAID controller based on your system. See your PowerEdge system documentation for more details.

• Three Gigabit NICs.

Software and Hardware Requirements 13

Table 2-3. Oracle Database 10g Standard Edition on Microsoft Windows Server 2003 R2

SP2 or Windows Server 2008 SP2 Standard x64 Editions Minimum Hardware

Requirements (continued)

Hardware Component Configuration

Gigabit Ethernet switches (two).

See dell.com/oracle for information on supported configurations.

For Dell|EMC AX4-5F, CX3-10C, CX3-

20, CX3-20F, CX3-40, CX3-40F, CX3-80,

CX4-120, CX4-240, CX4-480, and CX4-

960 Fibre Channel storage systems.

See the Dell|EMC system documentation for more details.

For direct-attached SAS Dell PowerVault

MD3000 with MD1000 expansion storage system.

For direct-attached or switched Dell

PowerVault MD3000i with MD1000 expansion storage system.

See your Dell PowerVault MD3000 and

MD1000 storage system documentation for more details.

See your Dell PowerVault MD3000i and

MD1000 storage system documentation for more details.

14 Software and Hardware Requirements

3

Installing and Configuring the

Operating System

CAUTION: To ensure that the operating system is installed correctly, disconnect all external storage from the system before you install the operating system.

This section provides information about installing and configuring the

Microsoft Windows Server 2003 R2 SP2 and Windows Server 2008 SP2

Standard/Enterprise x64 Edition operating system for

Oracle database deployment.

Before You Begin

NOTE: See support.dell.com for the latest BIOS, firmware, and driver updates.

1 Shut down your system.

2 Disconnect all external storage devices from your system.

3 Locate the correct Microsoft Windows Server 2003 R2 SP2 or Windows

Server 2008 SP2 Standard/Enterprise x64 Edition media and the Dell

Systems Management Tools and Documentation media for your Dell Server

using the information in Table 3-1.

Installing and Configuring the Operating System 15

16

Table 3-1. PowerEdge Server Systems Management Media

Dell PowerEdge System Systems Management Media

6950, 1950, 2900, 2950, 2970, 1950 III,

2900 III, 2950 III, R805, R905, R900,

M600, M605, M610, M710, M805,

M905, T610, T710, R610, and R710.

Dell Systems Management Tools and

Documentation media version 6.2.

R810, R815, R910, and M910.

Dell Systems Management Tools and

Documentation media version 6.2.1

NOTE: The

Dell Systems Management Tools and Documentation media is packaged with your Dell server.

Installing the Operating System Using the

Dell Systems Management Tools and

Documentation DVD

1 Turn on your system.

2 Insert the Dell Systems Management media for your system in your system drive. The Dell Systems Build and Update Utility Welcome window is displayed.

NOTE: If your system does not have a CD/DVD drive, an externally attached

USB CD/DVD drive can be used.

3 In the Select Language window, select English .

4 From the Systems Deployment Options table, click Configure from the same row that contains the Server OS Installation option. The Configure

Server Operating System Installation window is displayed.

The Server Operating System Installation (SOI) module in the

Dell Systems Build and Update Utility enables you to install

Dell-supported operating systems on your Dell systems.

NOTE: For more information on using the specific SOI windows, see the

Dell Systems Build and Update Utility online help.

5 In the Set Date and Time window of the SOI module, set the current date, time, and the time zone and click Continue .

Installing and Configuring the Operating System

6 In the Select an Operating System to Install window: a Select Microsoft Windows Server 2003 SP2 R2 x64 Edition or

Microsoft Windows Server 2008 x64 (64 bit Edition) as per the requirement.

b Click Continue.

7 In the Select RAID Configuration window, select default selections and click Continue .

NOTE: This menu may not appear depending on the system configuration.

8 If you selected Microsoft Windows Server 2008 x64 (64 bit Edition) on the Select an Operating System to Install

window, go to step 11.

9 In the Configure the Disk Partition window, a Choose to resize the boot partition or leave it at the default selection.

b Click Continue .

10 In the Enter Operating System Configuration Information window, a Enter the appropriate organization, user name, product ID and

Computer Name.

b c d

Enter all the other necessary information.

Click Install SNMP (default).

Click Install Server Administrator (default) if you want to install the

Dell OpenManage Server Administrator Utility.

e

NOTE: The Dell Server Administrator can be installed anytime after the operating system is installed.

Click Continue.

11 For Windows Server 2008 x64 installation, click Eject CD/DVD . In the

Operating System Installation Summary window, click Eject CD/DVD

Automatically (default) and click Continue .

NOTE: Once you click Apply Now, the installation begins and you cannot change the configuration details of your system.

12 Click Apply Now .

The Systems Build and Update Utility installation begins.

NOTE: This procedure may take several minutes to complete.

Installing and Configuring the Operating System 17

13 If you selected Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Service Pack 2 x64 Edition when prompted, insert the appropriate Windows Server 2003 SP2

Enterprise or Standard x64 Edition media in the CD drive.

NOTE: This procedure may take several minutes to complete.

14 When the Systems Build and Update Utility installation is complete, the system automatically reboots.

NOTE: Ensure that you remove all bootable media when the system reboots.

15 On the reboot, the system boots into the operating system install.

NOTE:

Do not

boot directly to the operating system media in DVD-ROM.

Continuing With the Operating System

Installation

Installing Windows Server 2003

1 If you chose Microsoft Windows Server 2003 R2 SP2 x64 Edition during the Dell Systems Build and Update Utility installation process then on the reboot, the system boots automatically into the Windows Server 2003 R2

SP2 x64 Edition install mode.

2 In the Personalize Your Software window in the Name and Organization fields, enter the appropriate information and click Next .

3 When prompted, enter your Product Key for Windows Server 2003 R2 SP2

Standard/Enterprise x64 Edition and click Next .

CAUTION: Do not leave the administrator password blank.

4 In the Computer Name and Administrator Password fields, enter the appropriate information and click Next .

NOTE: To configure the public network properly, the computer name and public host name must be identical.

NOTE: Record the logon password that you created in this step. You will need

this information in step 5.

18 Installing and Configuring the Operating System

5 When the installation procedure is completed, the Welcome to Windows window is displayed.

a b c

Shut down the system, reconnect all external storage devices, and start the system.

In the Welcome to Windows window, press <Ctrl><Alt><Delete> to continue. The Log On window is displayed.

In the Password field, type the administrator password that you

created in step 4 in this procedure and click

OK .

You are prompted to insert the Microsoft Windows Server CD2 . You can insert the Windows Server CD2 or click Cancel .

f d e g h

NOTE: If you insert the Windows Server CD2, follow the prompts through the normal installation process. The following process assumes you are not inserting the Windows Server CD2.

Click Cancel . A message is displayed informing you that media on

Windows Server CD2 is not going to be installed.

Click OK.

You are prompted to configure Windows Server Post-Setup

(optional).

Click Finish . You are prompted to close the page.

Click Yes . The Manage Your Server Windows Management window is displayed.

Close the window.

NOTE: To use the Broadcom Advanced Control Suite 3 (BACS), install

Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0. The Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 can be downloaded from microsoft.com.

Installing Windows Server 2008 SP2

1 If you chose Microsoft Windows Server 2008 x64 (64 bit Edition) during the Dell Systems Build and Update Utility installation process then on the reboot the Systems Build and Update Utility installer will prompt to insert a valid Windows Server 2008 media into DVD drive. Insert the Windows

Server 2008 SP2 media into DVD drive and click OK .

2 Click OK on the Valid Microsoft Windows Server 2008 SP2 media window to start the installation.

Installing and Configuring the Operating System 19

20

3 In the next window, enter the language and other preferences and click Next to continue.

4 Click Install now to start the installation.

5 Key in the product key for activation and click Next to continue.

6 In the next window, a Select Windows Server 2008 Enterprise (Full Installation) .

b Click Next .

7 In the license term window, a Check the box for I accept the license terms.

b Click Next .

8 In the next window, a Select Custom (Advanced) Installation.

b Select the disk where you want to install Windows.

c Click Next.

The installer starts the Windows installation.

NOTE: This procedure may take several minutes to complete.

9 At the end of the installation, change the Administrator password.

CAUTION: Do not leave the administrator password blank.

NOTE: To use the Broadcom Advanced Control Suite (BACS), install Microsoft .NET

Framework 2.0 or higher if not installed already. The Microsoft .NET Framework can be downloaded from microsoft.com.

Installing the Resource CD

NOTE: You can download the Windows Resource CD for your configuration from dell.com/oracle.

1 Insert the media labeled Dell RCD x64 4.4

.

2 Double-click My Computer , and double-click your CD-ROM drive.

3 Run install_drivers.bat

.

NOTE: This procedure may take several minutes to complete.

4 Press any key to continue.

Installing and Configuring the Operating System

5 If you need to install the driver for a Qlogic Fibre Channel HBA on your system:

• For Windows Server 2003, see installing the Driver "For Windows

Server 2003:" on page 21.

• For Windows Server 2008, see installing the Driver "For Windows

Server 2008:" on page 22.

6 Check the logs to verify that all drivers were installed correctly.

NOTE: Log information can be found at: <Primary

Drive:/>Dell_Resource_CD/logs>.

7 When the installation is complete, remove the media from the CD drive.

8 Reboot your system.

Installing the Driver for a Qlogic Fibre Channel HBA

For Windows Server 2003:

1 Start the Device Manager as follows: a b

Click Start , and then click Run .

In the Run box, type devmgmt.msc

, and then click OK .

2 In the Device Manager box, scroll down the list of hardware types, and then double-click SCSI and RAID controllers .

3 From the devices list, double-click QLogic Fibre Channel HBA .

4 Click the Driver tab, and then click Update Driver to start the Hardware

Update Wizard.

5 Click Install from a list or specific location (Advanced) , and then click

Next .

6 Click Don't search I will choose the driver to install , and then click Next .

7 Click Have Disk , and then navigate to the

<Primary_Drive:/>Dell_Resource_CD/drivers/R254072 folder.

8 In the Hardware Update Wizard/Select a Device Driver box, click Next .

9 On the Hardware Update Wizard/Completing the Hardware Update

Wizard , click Finish .

Installing and Configuring the Operating System 21

22

For Windows Server 2008:

1 Start the Device Manager as follows: a b

Click Start , and then click Control Panel .

Click Hardware and Sound .

c Click Device Manager .

2 Scroll down the list of hardware types, and then double-click Storage

Controller .

3 From the devices list, double-click QLogic Fibre Channel HBA .

4 Click the Driver tab, and then click Update Driver to start the Hardware

Update Wizard .

5 Navigate to the <Primary_Drive:/>Dell_Resource_CD/drivers/R254072 folder, and then click Next .

6 On the Windows has successfully updated your software window, click

Close .

Verifying the Temporary Directory Paths

Verify that the paths to the Temp and Tmp directories have been set correctly.

Repeat the following steps for all nodes in the cluster.

1 Click Start and select Run .

2 In the Open field, type cmd and click OK .

3 At the command prompt, type echo %Temp% and press <Enter>.

The following path is displayed: a b c d

%SystemDrive%\Temp where, %SystemDrive% is the user's local drive.

If not, follow the procedure given below to change the paths to the Temp and Tmp directories.

Right-click My Computer and select Properties .

Under Tasks , select Advanced System Settings .

In the Advanced tab, click Environment Variables .

Under User Variables for Administrator , edit the TEMP variable, and set the variable value as %SystemDrive%\Temp .

Installing and Configuring the Operating System

e

Execute step 3 to verify if the temp directory is set correctly.

4 At the command prompt, type echo %Tmp% , and press <Enter>.

The following path is displayed:

%SystemDrive%\Temp where, %SystemDrive% is the user's local drive.

If the temp directory is not set, follow the procedure given below to change the same.

a b c d

Right-click My Computer and select Properties .

Under Tasks , select Advanced System Settings .

In the Advanced tab, click Environment Variables .

Under User Variables for Administrator , edit the TMP variable, and set the variable value as %SystemDrive%\Tmp .

e

Execute step 4 to verify if the tmp directory is set correctly.

5 Repeat all steps in this section for all nodes in the cluster.

Installing and Configuring the Operating System 23

24 Installing and Configuring the Operating System

Verifying Cluster Hardware and

Software Configurations

4

This section provides setup information for hardware and software cluster configurations.

Before setting up the cluster, ensure that you have the minimum hardware

installed as shown in Table 4-1.

Each node must have the following software installed using:

• Dell Systems Management Tools and Documentation

DVD (see Table 3-1).

• Windows Server 2003 SP2 Standard/Enterprise x64 Edition or Windows

Server 2008 SP2 Standard/Enterprise x64 Edition

(see Table 2-1).

• Dell|Oracle Windows Resource CD image version 4.3.

NOTE: Ensure that the HBA drivers are installed.

• PowerVault MD3000 Resource CD or PowerVault MD3000i Resource CD

(when using the PowerVault MD3000/MD3000i as back-end storage).

The storage must be configured with a minimum of four LUNs or virtual disks (two for the redundant Voting Disk and Oracle Cluster Registry and two for the database and Flash Recovery area) assigned to cluster nodes.

Verifying Cluster Hardware and Software Configurations 25

Table 4-1. Virtual Disk (LUN) Configuration and Sizes

LUNs or

Virtual Disk

1

2

3

Minimum

Size

Number of Partitions Used for

3 GB

Larger than the database

1

At least twice the size of the database

1

5 (3 x 275 MB and 2 x

300 MB)

Voting disk (3 x 275 MB)

Oracle Cluster Registry

(2 x 300 MB)

Database

Flash Recovery Area

26 Verifying Cluster Hardware and Software Configurations

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Frequently Answers and Questions

What is the minimum RAM requirement for Oracle Database 10g Enterprise Edition on Windows Server 2003 R2 SP2 or Windows Server 2008 SP2 Standard/Enterprise x64 Editions?
The minimum RAM requirement is 1 GB.
How many nodes are supported for Oracle Database 10g Enterprise Edition with ASM or OCFS on Dell PowerEdge systems?
Up to eight nodes are supported.
What is the minimum hard drive space requirement for Oracle Database 10g Enterprise Edition?
Two 73-GB hard drives in RAID 1 configuration are recommended.
How many network interface cards (NICs) are required for Oracle Database 10g Enterprise Edition?
Three Gigabit NICs are required.
What are the supported storage systems for Oracle Database 10g Enterprise Edition?
Dell|EMC Fibre Channel storage systems, Dell PowerVault MD3000 with MD1000 expansion storage system, and Dell PowerVault MD3000i with MD1000 expansion storage system are supported.

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