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Enterprise Manager Silent Installation

Introduction

This is another post in my series on silent installations using response files. In previous posts, I covered silent installations for the Grid Infrastructure, RDBMS, post installation configuration steps, and creating the listener and database using response files. In this post, I’ll cover installing Enterprise Manager using a response file.

Post GI / RDBMS Installation Configuration Steps

Introduction

This is the third article in a series of blog posts on building a test environment to closely match a Production environment so we could then upgrade the test environment from Oracle Database 12.1 to Oracle Database 12.2. In the first post, I covered performing a silent installation of the grid infrastructure software. In the second post, I followed that by performing a similar silent installation of the RDBMS software. In this post, I’ll be covering the rest of the configuration work for this environment.

Silent Installation of the RDBMS

Introduction

In my last post, I walked you through the silent installation of the Grid Infrastructure software. In this post, we’re moving on to the next stage of the environment build for this customer, doing a silent installation of the RDBMS software.

RDBMS Installation

The silent installation of the RDBMS software is fairly similar to that of the Grid Infrastructure software. You create a response file that contains the responses you would normally provide interactively, and use that with the runInstaller program to perform the installation. The response file I used for that is as follows:

Silent Installation of Grid Infrastructure

Introduction

Recently I had a requirement to install the Grid Infrastructure and Oracle RDBMS on a completely new VM. The customer I was doing this work for wanted to take a copy of their Production environment to another server so they could test an upgrade of their existing environment from Oracle GI / RDBMS 12.1 to 12.2. So they built a VM for me, copied the 12.1 installation media for both GI and the RDBMS and said “Go for it!”

I decided to log everything I did and write a series of blog posts based on my experience, in case it was of use to others. There were a few issues I needed to deal with for this customer. Some of those issues were: