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icon5.gif  Where can I find a sample of dbca.rsp file? [message #418243] Thu, 13 August 2009 10:51 Go to next message
dariyoosh
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Registered: March 2009
Location: Iran / France
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Dear all,



I've just successfully installed for the first time Oracle 11g in silent mode on Redhat Enterprise 5.3
(I installed in silent mode because there is no X system installled on this Linux server).
The installation was completely successful. I used the response file provided in the response
directory (ee.rsp) and I defined the parameters value properly according to what I needed..

Now I want to install a general purpose database. According to what I read in Oracle 11g installation guide,
it is also possible to use DBCA in silent mode again by using a response file.

Now the problem is that I searched for all response files in the oracle package that I downloaded, there
is only three response files (for different type of installations Enterprise, Standard, etc.) but no dbca.rsp.

Well, when I run

$ su oracle
passwd
$ dbca -h


I can see the possible options, but in a response file the information is more detailed (specially for
someone like me who is going to use this command for the first time).

Where can I find this file? if it is not provided with Oracle package, in the case where you have a sample
could you kindly copy/paste a version of the file (after removing of course all confidential set of information)?


Thanks in advance,
Dariyoosh
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Re: Where can I find a sample of dbca.rsp file? [message #418261 is a reply to message #418243] Thu, 13 August 2009 13:29 Go to previous messageGo to next message
ThomasG
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You can also create a database without DBCA by using the create database statement. Which also gives you a lot more control on how the database is set up.

When you have done this once, you also know a lot more about the Oracle setup than if you just copy a template database with the DBCA.

Re: Where can I find a sample of dbca.rsp file? [message #418266 is a reply to message #418261] Thu, 13 August 2009 13:49 Go to previous message
dariyoosh
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Registered: March 2009
Location: Iran / France
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ThomasG wrote on Thu, 13 August 2009 20:29
You can also create a database without DBCA by using the create database statement. Which also gives you a lot more control on how the database is set up.

When you have done this once, you also know a lot more about the Oracle setup than if you just copy a template database with the DBCA.





Hello there,


Thank you very much for your help. I'm going to read this oracle
guide which seems to be very informative.


Kind Regards,
Dariyoosh
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