you need to provide more details..
what steps did you follow as pre-requisites.
check the log file in inventory directory for more info
also, check if TMP directory has enough space.
First of all, thanks for your quick answer MKJ10930279.
As I stated as prerrequisite of my system I can't write at /tmp. I'm working at a secure system, and this folder is not available as it is a security issue.
For the same reason, I can't also copy and paste full logfiles or screenshots beyond 'I'm manually typing this error'
What seems I need is to change /tmp file in order to prevent CVU writing/Reading from it during step 16 of the installation.
Prerrequisites, Suse 12SP3, added required packages as specified:
net-tools (for Oracle RAC and Oracle Clusterware)
nfs-kernel-server ( for Oracle ACFS)
User with full privileges: oracle - orainstall. Path /u01/app/oracle.
Inventory file does not provide more intersting information beyond 'Unable to read the list of homes from the inventory' labeled as warning. Altered path seems to be correctly set there.
I know where my problem is: /tmp is not available. The problem is that CVU seems to be ignoring the bypass of manually sitting TMP,TEMP,TMPDIR,TEMPDIR.
What kind of information would I need to post? Kinda newbie looking for help, sorry.
Is even posible to change CVU's default /tmp folder to anywhere else?
Thanks in advance
Above are not the installation instructions for Oracle database 19c under Suse Linux.
Instead, I suggest to follow:
... and to check the following in particular:
It's possible that your OS is not setup correctly. Permissions of /tmp could be wrong, and for example not use SUID.
What is the output of "ls -ld /tmp" ?
If you need to use a different directory you can try the following, for example:
su - oracle