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Re: [Linux-cluster] Any recommentdations for Oracle on a Netapp filer ?



dear lon,

I have some question about the script and the
installation :--
1> Can i install RHCS4 after install the Oracle 10g?
2> The /mnt/oracle mount point is temporary for the
oracle installation or should  i write on /etc/fstab ?
   
3> Can i mention ORACLE_HOME,ORACLE_BASE,ORACLE_SID
etc on .bash_profile of every node or leave it as it
is only create oracle user and group?
4> Where should i place oracledb.sh file? I think its
required in every node, am i write ?
5>What is the exact use of oracledb.sh file?
6> How can i shutdown the oracle, should i write
script for that, like orastop and orastart for up the
oracle?  

thanks and warm regards

Suvankar
--- Lon Hohberger <lhh redhat com> wrote:

> On Thu, 2006-03-02 at 21:14 -0800, SUVANKAR MOITRA
> wrote:
> > dear lon,
> > 
> > On 6th i will be in customer place and apply the
> whole
> > thing again which u have put.If i am facing any
> > problem i will mail u again and pl help me at that
> > time.
> 
> Suvankar,
> 
> You should really test the HOWTO in your lab
> *before* trying to use it
> to deploy anything remotely close to a production
> environment.  It is a
> beta-quality HOWTO right now.
> 
> -- Lon
> 
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