972023 wrote:No, just select "Shared File System" when you run Rapid Install -- http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E18727_01/doc.121/e12842/T422699g54568.htm#3801603
Thank you will try that , but have one more query before I proceed.
With respect to multi-node configuration and shared FS configuration , Do I have to have some specific notes to be taken care? As My application tier have shared FS. And planning to have 2-node RAC for db tier.
972023 wrote:Yes, run it as root if you want to use applmgr/oracle users.
Thanks much for the response. So for the multinode shared appltop configuration , is it mandate to execute from root or specific oracle/applmgr (dbtier user / appl tier user ) should also fine ? As per the install note :
"On machines containing multiple nodes, you can assign one user account to be the owner of the database node file system, and another to be the owner of the Applications node file system. For this type of install, Rapid Install can install both nodes in one run if the install is started by the root user. If you are installing on a machine with only one node to install, or with all nodes sharing the same user, you can run the install as either the root user or the specific user for those nodes."
Edited by: 972023 on Nov 19, 2012 11:31 AM
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