Oracle Database 19c Install Script for Oracle Linux 8

Oracle

Installing Oracle Database is a time-consuming process, especially when done manually. There are plenty of resources on the web for accomplishing the process using Vagrant, Ansible, or other automated build tools. These are helpful and tend to work well, but in some cases, we’re not allowed to make use of this tooling. Having to install

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GNU/Linux – Users and Groups

Linux

Managing users and groups on GNU/Linux (referred to as Linux for brevity going forward) is done differently than on other operating systems, particularly those that make heavy (or nearly exclusive) use of graphical user interfaces. Linux was a command-line first operating system, and most of the administration associated with it is typically done via the

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Recovery Catalog – Backup Summary

Oracle

Use of a recovery catalog provides for additional protection against data loss. The catalog database holds information about databases, their structure, backupsets, and a host of other useful information. The best part about it is that all of this useful information for multiple databases is available in the tables and views of the user that

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Oracle Database – Instance Monitoring Script

Oracle

For most organizations using Oracle Database the de facto tool for monitoring instance health is Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control. While Cloud Control is great at what it does, there are times when the Oracle Management Server (OMS), the Oracle Management Agent, or other components of Cloud Control are down. This could be during maintenance

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