Enterprise Manager Oracle Management Server (OMS) installations generate huge amounts of log and trace files under the covers these days, and although the logs are rotated out-of-the-box, they’re not automatically deleted. Over time (as I was reminded again today 🙄 ), these logs can amount to a large portion of your disk space being used.
In this example, I’ve already installed the Oracle Database 12c software on one of my Linux 6.4 machines. Using the DBCA tool (in advanced mode), I’m going to create a new container database named “cdb” and at the same time create a pluggable database named “pdb”. The idea behind this new “pluggable databases” feature in
In this post, I’m installing the Oracle Database 12c Release 1 (22.214.171.124.0) software on Oracle Linux 6.4. Only the software is being installed at this point, in preparation for a single database installation which I’ll create later on using the DBCA tool. First and foremost, before you start, make sure your Linux server meets the minimum
The Oracle APEX Listener is a Java based alternative to using Oracle HTTP Server (OHS) with mod_plsql. In the past I’ve installed early versions of APEX 3 using this configuration, then later on started using EPG (Embedded PL/SQL Gateway) which worked fairly well. Recently however, I decided to try using the latest APEX Listener 2.0.1 on WebLogic 12c
Following on from my recent WebLogic 126.96.36.199 installation on Linux, the first thing I then did was look for the latest PSU (Patch Set Update) to cover off the latest bug fixes and security vulnerabilities, that PSU being… PSU No: 188.8.131.52.4 (April 2013) Patch ID: YJCB Patch No: 16083652 To find the relevant patch number, I did
I’m going to create a simple domain called “SnapDomain” in WebLogic 12c (12.1.1) here with an Admin Server, and single Managed Server running from the same machine: linux01 (192.168.28.11). Ensure your environment is set correctly, then start-up the GUI: . ~/set_wls12.env cd $WLS_HOME/common/bin ./config.sh Once the GUI starts, respond as follows: Welcome Create a new WebLogic