In this article I will explain the database installation of Oracle 11g database.
Step 14: After the Oracle software installation is completed, we will now create the database . We create the database instance with the dbca (database configuration assistant) tool that comes with Oracle software. For this, we run dbca from the linux command screen as follows.
On the next screen, click Next to proceed.
Step 15: To create a new database in this step, select Create a Database and click Next.
Step 16: In this step, we select Custom Database and proceed.
Step 17: In this step, we give a name to the database.
Step 19: In this step, we set the passwords of authorized users of the database for the security of the database. I’m writing the password by selecting the second option. Thus, all users will have the same password.
Step 20: In this step, there is a warning that the password we wrote above does not comply with oracle security policies. We are proceeding by clicking Yes.
Step 21: In this step, we select the storage type where the database data will be stored. You can select File System or ASM (Automatic Storage Managemen) from Storage type. I select the following options and click Next to continue.
Step 22: In this step, we determine the Fast Recovery Area option required for Backup and recovery.
Step 23: In this step, we determine the extra components that can be used for the database.
Step 24: In this step, we determine the amount of Memory that the Oracle database will use. The memory value for the database of Enterprise applications is generally 40% of the server memory. This value can be changed according to need.
Step 26: Set the database character set in this step as follows and proceed.
Step 27: In this step, we set the Redo log groups, Datafiles, Tablespace and Control files of the database. You can also create the Database without making these configurations.
Step 28: We set the size of each Redo log group to 100MB as follows. You can give different sizes according to your need.
Step 29: In this step we set the size of each Datafile as follows.
Step 33: This step shows the summary of the configurations of the database to be created. If there is not a problem, click the OK to create the database.
So we completed the installation of Oracle Database Software and Database.
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