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are you talking about the linux/unix "home" directory for the user or the directory you will be installing the 11gR2 GI to?
If it is the first, don't worry.
If it is the latter then the directory should have the group oinstall (primary group for both users) and therefore be accessible.
it is the later, and crs user is not part of oinstall group currently in the server (set up by the net work admin), and crs is part of group dboracrs which is a db group. And since I will install the clusterware (GI) into /oracrs/oracle dir which currently not owned by oinstall but owned by the db user group dboracrs, and my oracle user (oracle user is in oinstall group) doesn't have permission to access crs home dir (/oracrs/oracle) which GI will reside also, then, which way I should go as fowlling?
1) ask network admin to make crs user into oinstall group 1st which I know is a must, then also change the ownership of crs home dir /oracrs/oracle to oinstall group from dboracrs group (is that necessary? I think so, since oracle user is only part of oinstall group not in dboracrs, so oracle user can not access grid home dir which would be trouble, right?) and then use crs user (ororacrs) to install clusterware (GI) into /oracrs/oracle and use oracle user to install RAC DB.
2) ask network admin to make crs user into oinstall group, and ask network admin to turn crs home dir /oracrs/oracle (which will be grid home) to be owned by oracle user instead of crs user, so I can use oracle user to install both Grid and RAC db.
I am leaning on to do #1, but if from now on for the people handling crs and db are the same person, so #1 is not necessary, right? #2 would be easier way to go right? Since oracle user installed both, and oracle user will do future maintenance for both crs and db such as stop/start etc, right? And if I will do it the #1 way, and oracle user doesn't have write permission for the crs (grid) home dir /oracrs/oracle (oracle user only has read and execute permission), that would be okay, right?
Thanks much again!
You mean that to make both oracle and grid users to own the dir /oracrs/oracle which Grid Home will be installed onto? (currently only the grid user owns it though), and oracle user can r and x only... Is that going to be problem for oracle user who will install oracle RAC into oracle home dir (not into Grid home) after grid user installed Grid into grid home? Or you recommend that make oracle user owns grid home also, and install both grid and rac db using oracle user?
Edited by: 951697 on Aug 10, 2012 1:00 PM