RE: How do folks do quick Oracle installation - Oracle 10gR2
Date: Wed, 18 Mar 2009 16:53:18 +0200
tar works well.
If you want more then you can try Oracle Home cloning scripts or OEM GUI clone stuff.
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"Newman, Christopher" <cjnewman_at_uillino To is.edu> <gmei_at_prospectiv.com>, Sent by: <Pradeep.Chetal_at_mformation.com> oracle-l-bounce_at_f cc reelists.org <oracle-l_at_freelists.org> Subject RE: How do folks do quick Oracle 2009.03.18 16:26 installation - Oracle 10gR2 Please respond to cjnewman_at_uillinoi s.edu
I suppose you could write a quick shell script for the whole shebang. Silent installs are *much* faster than the GUI to. Just script the installer silent with a canned response file, then call opatch to apply the patches in the proper order. It may not be a ton faster, but certainly much less labor intensive.
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I have not find any "fast" way, I just follow the patch (or patch set)
installation instruction when applying patch (or patch set) on each
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From: Pradeep Chetal
Sent: Wednesday, March 18, 2009 10:16 AM Subject: How do folks do quick Oracle installation - Oracle 10gR2
We are on Oracle 10gr2 10.2.0.4 with few patches and sometimes we have to install these on multiple machines.
What do folks use for quick Oracle installation? Is it runInstaller with multiple steps of upgrades and patches *or* is there a faster way?
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