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  1. #11
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    Unhappy Installation PBs

    Hello,

    I just did a fresh install taking care of following installation steps and settings + made sure I was the oracle user:

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    su - oracle
    /OraHome1/Disk1/runInstaller
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    I still get the same problems.
    I double checked by RPM files and this is what I know that I have installed on my computer :

    compat-db-4.0.14-5.i386.rpm
    compat-gcc-7.3-2.96.122.i386.rpm
    compat-gcc-c++-7.3-2.96.122.i386.rpm
    compat-libstdc++-7.3-2.96.122.i386.rpm
    compat-libstdc++-devel-7.3-2.96.122.i386.rpm
    openmotif2.2.2-16
    setarch-1.3-1.i386.rpm
    tcl-8.3.5-92.i386.rpm

    glibc 2.3.2-95.3

    jdk-1.3.1.09.i586.rpm
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    I noticed some errors with the RPM, such as:
    error: rpmdbNextIterator: skippint h# 651 blob size(145396): BAD, 8 + 16 * il(1633840229) + dl(544501536)

    1) I am not sure if this is significant or not ?
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    2) Only my openmotif is 2.2.2-16 and the one proposed in the literature is 21-2.1.30-8. Could that be the source of the problem ?

    3) Also, if as you say Red Hat Enterprise 3 ships with a more recent version of the gcc compiler, how can I go about using the 2.96 gcc ?

    PT

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    Unhappy make errors

    Hello jeff,

    How can I find out if I do in fact have make errors or not ? by looking in the installation log file ? What should I be looking for ?

    PT

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    1. doubt it
    2. doubt it
    3. it's in the install guide
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    Re: make errors

    Originally posted by ptreves
    Hello jeff,

    How can I find out if I do in fact have make errors or not ? by looking in the installation log file ? What should I be looking for ?

    PT
    Yes, any make errors should be in the install log. If you don't have the install log, you can "relink all" and that will relink your software and you can get the errors from there.
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    Unhappy Installation log Files

    Hello Jeff,

    In my latest Installation log file (error log: oraInstall2004-08-23_09-11-36AM.err), I basically don't see much:

    a few lines of:
    Caught UnknownHostException: Linux2005
    followed by:
    java.lang.NumberFormatException: null
    at java.lang.Integer.parseInt(....)
    ....
    Returning 0 instead.

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    1) Not much information there.
    I don't know if this is of any significance ?
    2) You type relink all from the ./bin directory at the command prompt ?

    PT

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    Re: Installation log Files

    Originally posted by ptreves
    Hello Jeff,

    In my latest Installation log file (error log: oraInstall2004-08-23_09-11-36AM.err), I basically don't see much:

    a few lines of:
    Caught UnknownHostException: Linux2005
    followed by:

    don't you think that might be significant? http://metalink.oracle.com/metalink/...&p_id=135249.1


    java.lang.NumberFormatException: null
    at java.lang.Integer.parseInt(....)
    ....
    Returning 0 instead.

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    1) Not much information there.
    I don't know if this is of any significance ?
    2) You type relink all from the ./bin directory at the command prompt ?

    PT
    $ORACLE_HOME/bin yes.
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    Unhappy Compiler versions ?

    Hello Jeff,

    I did not find anything in the Oracle 9i Database Installation Guide about compiler versions :

    1) Also, if as you say Red Hat Enterprise 3 ships with a more recent version of the gcc compiler, how can I go about using the 2.96 gcc ?

    PT

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    Re: Compiler versions ?

    Originally posted by ptreves
    Hello Jeff,

    I did not find anything in the Oracle 9i Database Installation Guide about compiler versions :

    1) Also, if as you say Red Hat Enterprise 3 ships with a more recent version of the gcc compiler, how can I go about using the 2.96 gcc ?

    PT
    http://metalink.oracle.com/metalink/..._html_source=0
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    Unhappy Related Problems (???)

    Hello Jeff,

    Concerning the following error, a few lines of (in the log error file):
    Caught UnknownHostException: Linux2005

    The metalink you mention, indicates, that you can simply press the 'continue' button and ignore that Pop-up message and continue with the installation, which is what I did.

    1) COuld this be the source of my problems ?
    (seems more related to the network server configuration, not necessarely Java libraries)

    Two Oracle Configuration Tools that did not install where: The Agent Configuration Assistant and the Starting HTTP Server tools.
    2) The Agent Configuration Assistant gave: No value for the NODEINFO + Starting HTTP Server gave a message : (Error resolving hostname: localhost).

    3) Could all these problems be related ?

    PT

    PS: I performed a relink all command as suggested, and I still get the same problem with the DBCA.

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    Unhappy re-directing gcc libraries

    Hello Jeff,

    Concerning the other link you have pointed out to me,
    http://metalink.oracle.com/metalink...p_html_source=0

    (for the re-direction to the gcc version 2.96).
    I did perform the commands indicated (i.e., mv /usr/bin/gcc /usr/bin/gcc323 + ln -s /usr/bin/gcc296 /usr/bin/gcc + ....(2 other commands).

    I performed all the installation steps as was indicated except for the patches of course.

    1) Maybe Oracle can just not be installed on that OS ?
    2) Maybe I should look at the make file of the relink all operation for the source of the problem ?

    PT

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