I was installing new (second) release of Oracle 11g database on Solaris x86 (Intel/AMD compatible) 64 bit version. Installation was fain, I had been facing just one error (.../root.sh: /usr/xpg4/bin/grep: not found) during execution of root.sh script at the end of the installation. As I was unable to find right package and during review of script (I found out there is not used grep -E) so I created symlink as workaround. As usual I made installation article which You can find on right menu of this page.
- Name: Ivan Kartik
Location: Bratislava, Slovak Republic
I've been working with various technologies including Oracle products since 1998 as developer, systems analyst, and later as Senior Oracle DBA. I'm responsible for maintaining database systems mostly based on Real Application Clusters technology. My specialization is administration, design, consolidation, migrations and proper licensing of database platforms and other products mostly running on Unix and Linux operating systems and during last years exploring the world of unstructured data. Became first Oracle certified RAC Expert in Slovakia. I've been an Oracle ACE since 2006.
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