6 Replies Latest reply: Feb 17, 2011 5:32 AM by Erik Janssen RSS

    Oracle 10g AS on Linux

    720998
      Hi



      Configuration Assistant " OPMN Configuration Assistant- start HTTP Server" failed.

      This is the error i am getting when i am installing 10g AS on Linux 64bit





      [10gas@bb03 bin]$ ./opmnctl status

      Processes in Instance: orasso.bb03.lntinfotech.com
      ------------------------------------------------+---------
      ias-component | process-type | pid | status
      ------------------------------------------------+---------
      DSA | DSA | N/A | Down
      LogLoader | logloaderd | N/A | Down
      dcm-daemon | dcm-daemon | 17011 | Alive
      OC4J | OC4J_SECURITY | N/A | Down
      HTTP_Server | HTTP_Server | 22595 | Alive
      OID | OID | 16511 | Alive


      1. Can i install oracle 10g AS 32 bit on linux 64 bit ?


      Regards
      James
        • 1. Re: Oracle 10g AS on Linux
          mseberg
          I think my shop ran into the same thing. Correct me if I'm wrong but we could not find a 64 bit version of the Oracle software for this release.

          Once we gave up on this and rebuilt on a 32 bit OS the problems went away.

          The hardware is still 64bit, but we used 32bit Linux.

          When I test Fusion Middleware last week everything 64bit worked fine.

          Best Regards

          mseberg

          Q: Can I install Oracle 10g AS 32 bit on linux 64 bit.

          A: Maybe, but I was unable to. I was unable to see an advantage to putting 32 bit software on a 64 bit OS.

          Edited by: mseberg on Feb 16, 2011 7:30 AM
          • 2. Re: Oracle 10g AS on Linux
            Erik Janssen
            It should be possible to install at least the SSO and OID components of OAS 10.1 on a 64 bits Linux system as long as you take the 10.1.4 version. According to the [url http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/middleware/ias/downloads/idm-certification-101401-083012.html]certification information, it is certified as long as you patch it to 10.1.4.3 afterwards.

            Note that is a quit typical setup for FMW11g products which require SSO. If you want to use the latest OID version (11.1.1.4) on x64, you will need a 64 bits OS. But you should still be able to install SSO on that box as well and wire it to your OID. Since 10.1.4 is still 32-bits, it should be supported with a 64-bits OS.

            Note that you could install your 'infrastructure' on two boxes with OiD residing on the 64-bits box while SSO runs on a 32 bits environment. But I just think that it would be an overkill unless you have strict topology requirements or overanxious network administrators.

            Thanks,
            EJ
            • 3. Re: Oracle 10g AS on Linux
              mseberg
              Thanks Eric;

              "overanxious network administrators", what are the odds? ;)
              • 4. Re: Oracle 10g AS on Linux
                720998
                # file /usr/bin/file
                /usr/bin/file: ELF 64-bit LSB executable, AMD x86-64, version 1 (SYSV), for GNU/Linu x 2.6.9, dynamically linked (uses shared libs), for GNU/Linux 2.6.9, stripped

                # uname -m
                x86_64

                #uname -a

                2.6.18-164.el5 #1 SMP Tue Aug 18 15:51:48 EDT 2009 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux

                This is the configuration i am using.

                I have installed R12.1.1 successfully and now i am trying to install 10gAS 10.1.2.0.2

                Let me know what can be done.

                Regards
                James
                • 5. Re: Oracle 10g AS on Linux
                  mseberg
                  I have every detail on 32 bit, but nothing on 64 bit.

                  mseberg
                  • 6. Re: Oracle 10g AS on Linux
                    Erik Janssen
                    Hi James,

                    Note 317085.1 - OracleAS 10g (10.1.2) Installation Requirements for Linux Red Hat 4.0 / Oracle Enterprise Linux on My Oracle Support could be helpful.

                    Scroll down to the lower part of the note to see info about 10.1.2.0.2 on 64 bits systems.

                    Thanks,
                    EJ