0 Replies Latest reply on Nov 16, 2019 6:00 PM by Tony007

    app zones in linux

    Tony007

      hi i what one server which run different oracle forms application which option do i have with forms 12.2.1.4.0 can i use linux containers

      i what something like thispartition.jpg

      which option must chosepartion32.PNG

      partiton23.PNGam in oracle linux 7.4

      if i do this will oracle support

      Is this physical disk the right size? if not make it the right size.

             If the disk is resized:  add a new partition using fdisk (BIOS/MBR) / gdisk (EFI/GPT-UUID) or other  disk label/partition table editor of choice. with LVM partition type.

                pvcreate  /dev/sdXY  #  (with the right X & Y filled infor the partition just created), format the new partition as a LVM PV.

                vgextend ol /dev/sdXY     #add then new PV to the eixting VG named ol 

      Q2: What volumes do you need from the first image:   usr1 120GB, usr2 = 30GB,  usr3 = 30GB, usr4 = 30GB, usr5 = 30GB, add to fstab, create directories, format  & mount

             lvcreate -n usr1 -L 120G ol

             lvcreate -n usr2 -L 30G ol

             lvcreate -n usr3 -L 30G ol

             lvcreate -n usr4 -L 30G ol

             lvcreate -n usr5 -L 30G ol

             echo "/dev/ol/usr1   /usr1    ext4  default 0 0" >>/etc/fstab ; mkdir /usr1 ; mkfs.ext4 /dev/ol/usr1

             echo "/dev/ol/usr2   /usr2    ext4  default 0 0" >>/etc/fstab ; mkdir /usr2 ; mkfs.ext4 /dev/ol/usr2

             echo "/dev/ol/usr3   /usr3    ext4  default 0 0" >>/etc/fstab ; mkdir /usr3 ; mkfs.ext4 /dev/ol/usr3

             echo "/dev/ol/usr4   /usr4    ext4  default 0 0" >>/etc/fstab ; mkdir /usr4 ; mkfs.ext4 /dev/ol/usr4

             echo "/dev/ol/usr5   /usr5    ext4  default 0 0" >>/etc/fstab ; mkdir /usr5 ; mkfs.ext4 /dev/ol/usr5

             mount -a