Thank you for your replay. I red the document, created a new user 'ORACLE' under Administrator change the TEMP folder path to C:Temp. and still getting the same error.
My question remains unanswered. If you have Home Edition of Windows, then Oracle install on it is not supported.
If you have one of the three listed Editions, try this
Sorry for my late answer, yes it is Windows Home Edition. so, if it is not supported is there another way to practice SQL scripting on my home PC?
Similar questions like this roll in almost every week. Unfortunately, installing Oracle database isn't click and go and requires reading the documentation and some experience. If all you need is to learn SQL, I suggest you install Oracle database 11g XE instead, which is also free.
You may also find the following useful:
Or, if you can, check Pre-Built Developer VMs for Oracle VM VirtualBox
I see the same error when trying to manually install 12.2c x64 client full installation on Windows 10 1703 Enterprise x64.
- PRVG-1901 : failed to setup CVU remote execution framework directory "C:\Users\ADMINI~1\AppData\Local\Temp\CVU_188.8.131.52.0_Administrator\" on nodes "computername" - Cause: An operation requiring remote execution could not complete because
the attempt to set up the Cluster Verification Utility remote
execution framework failed on the indicated nodes at the
indicated directory location because the CVU remote execution
framework version did not match the CVU java verification
framework version. The accompanying message provides detailed
failure information. - Action: Ensure that the directory indicated exists or can be created and
the user executing the checks has sufficient permission to
overwrite the contents of this directory. Also review the
accompanying error messages and respond to them. Summary of the failed nodes computername - Version of exectask could not be retrieved from node "computername" - Cause: Cause Of Problem Not Available - Action: User Action Not Available - Version of exectask could not be retrieved from node "computername" - Cause: Cause Of Problem Not Available - Action: User Action Not Available
I am running the setup.exe file from an elevated administrator command prompt.
I'm able to install the 184.108.40.206 x64 client via setup.exe GUI on the same system without this error.
Hijacking another thread is considered to be rude. FYI.
This is a generic Oracle installer error, but it is frequently associated with a lack of space in the /tmp directory on the database server.
The solution may be to review the preinstall guide and add space to the OS /tmp space.
In Windows, stop the service service OracleRemExecServiceV2, which is running from location C:\Users\\AppData\Local\Temp\2\\oraremservicev2\RemoteExecService.exe.
We had the same problem when trying to install Oracle Client 12c R2 on Windows 10 (1703) "Creator Update" just after installing the Oracle 12c R2 Server. (The error occurs regardless of the installation order).
The OracleRemExecServiceV2 service probably malfunctions because of the path with two "\" (Visible in "HKLM\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\OracleRemExecServiceV2"), so it can not be stopped through the service manager.
The solution: kill the RemoteExecService.exe process in the Task Manager, remove the service if it still exists and try the installation again.
Hope you copied grid software as root user....remove this software file from grid home and copy as grid user then try.....
This is the only workable solution for the installation issue we've been having for quit sometime. I came across it by accident and so disappointed that Oracle has not taken ownership of such an important and major stumbling block to install the product. it's the registry that is messing up not anything else.
Same issue here, Installer terminates with described error, killing the OracleRemExecServiceV2 and restarting does not help either.
Any other idea ?
I just posted this in another thread but seems to be a common issue for many with not much good or consistent information on the web.
setup.exe -silent -force -noconsole -waitforcompletion -nowait -responseFile "%SRC%client.rsp" -ignoreprereq -J"-Doracle.install.client.validate.clientSupportedOSCheck=false"
For many, it's failing some system check, this ignores that check.