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E-Business Suite 11i Installation prerequisite on HP-UX

Posted by appsinfo on August 4, 2008

STAGING ORACLE APPLICATIONS prerequisite

 1) Login as user root to the partition in which the installation is to be carried out.

(Start -> Run -> telnet <IP_ADDRESS>)

 2) Check hostname and domainname.  If not set, then use the following commands to set them:

$ hostname <host_name>

$ domainname <domain_name>

hostname : crp

domainname : appsinfo.net.com

 3) Check perl version using the command:

$ perl -v

It should be greater than version 5.0.3.

 4) Create symbolic links:

 $cd /usr/lib

$ln -s libX11.3 libX11.sl

$ ln -s libXIE.2 libXIE.sl

$ ln -s libXent.3 libXent.sl

$ ln -s libXhp11.3 libXhp11.sl

$ ln -s libXi.3 libXi.sl

$ ln -s libXm.4 libXm.sl

$ ln -s libXp.2 libXp.sl

$ ln -s libXt.3 libXt.sl

$ ln -s libXtst.2 libXtst.sl

5) Create a local operating system group:

/usr/sbin/groupadd oinstall

 

6) Create an operating system user:

/usr/sbin/useradd -g oinstall oracle

 

7) Set the password for the operating system user oracle using the command:

$ passwd oracle

 

8) Set the DISPLAY variable:

$ export DISPLAY=100.100.100.5:0.0 (<localhost_ipaddress>:0.0)

 9) Update the kernel parameters (using SAM utility):

$ sam

Go to Kernel Configuration and modify the values for following parameters:

 

PARAMETER

VALUE

ksi_alloc_max                   

(nproc*8)

max_thread_proc                            

3000

maxdsiz                                              

2063835136

maxdsiz_64bit                  

2147483648

maxfiles                              

2048

maxfiles_lim                     

2048

maxssiz                                               

134217728

maxssiz_64bit                   

1073741824

maxswapchunks                             

16384

maxuprc                                             

((nproc*9)/10)

maxusers                            

512

msgmap                                              

(2+msgmni)

msgmni                                               

4096

msgseg                                

32767

msgtql                                  

4096

ncallout                               

6000

Ncsize                                  

((8*nproc+2048)+vx_ncsize)

Nfile                                     

3000

nflocks                                 

4096

ninode                                 

(8*nproc+2048)

nkthread                             

6000

Nproc                                   

2048

semmap                                              

(semmni+2)

semmni                                               

4096

semmns                                              

(semmni*2)

semmnu                                              

(nproc-4)

semvmx                                              

32767

shmmax                                              

0X40000000

shmmni                                              

512

shmseg                                

32

tcp_conn_request_max

2048

vps_ceiling        

64

 10) Reboot the machine so that the modified kernel parameters takes effect using the command.

$ reboot

 11) After the server is restarted, login and root and set the umask variable:

$ umask 022

 12) Check for the variables which you have set earlier using the echo command. Reset them if any of them have been changed, eg. check for domainame, hostname, DISPLAY

 13) Unset the variables TNS_ADMIN and ORA_NLS33:

$ unset TNS_ADMIN

$ unset ORA_NLS33

 15) Mount the Oracle Applications Start Here Disk from user root using the command:

$ mount -F cdfs -e -o ro,rr /dev/dsk/d01 /cdrom

(Note: For production instance, use the commnd: mount –F cdfs –e –o ro,rr /dev/dsk/d01 /cdrom)

 PS: Command for unmounting the DVD is:

$ umount /cdrom

16) Create a new directory in /oracrp (mount point) and run perl script adautostg.pl (from the mount point /cdrom/Disk1/…)

 – Enter the directory for staging.

– Select the automount option (y/n) : n

– Enter mount and umount commands :

– Choose the components to be installed:

                Select option 2 (Oracle Applications with NLS)

– Select the languages: AR

– Staging will start and prompt to replace the DVDs. You have to unmount and mount the DVDs everytime you replace the DVD (using root).

 Note:You can also mount an existing stage in a different server using the following steps:

1) Login as root to the server in which you want to install the applications.

2) Create a directory Stage11i in /home.

2) Enter the following command:

$ mount -F nfs vision:/visapps/Stage11i /home/Stage11i

($ mount –F nfs <hostname:source_path> <destination_path>)

The stage will be accessible and you can start with the installation.

 

 

 

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