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Thanks for the information. I was in the middle of a case where OLS wasn't installed. So, the procedure I used was as follows: Shutdown all instances On the main node, as user oracle, run $ORACLE_HOME/oui/bin/runInstaller (it could be necessary count on installation media) Select "Advanced Options", select "OLS" (after that, option changes to ...
This is to do with a libpcap dependency that mongosniff has, to explain why this is the case, take a look here and here for the history. At the moment, that means that you need to go to the MongoDB downloads page and get the mongosniff binary from one of the tarballs provided there. For 64-bit Linux, version 2.4.6 specifically, you would want this version, ...
I also faced the similar problem while Installing SQl server 2012 and after long searching the internet I found the solution.Uninstall the previous installations of SQL Server(including registry files and remaining files) and install again.While installing you need to change the account name for database services to NT AUTHORITYNETWORK SERVICE and it will ...
Extending the answer from Y.Ecarri above, Ensure the Server service is started. Go to run box and type services.msc. This should bring up the Services console. Type \\<your-computer-name> in the run box and check if you're able to see the shared folders.
The cleanest solution IMHO will be to remove reporting services, too, as part of cleaning the old instance off the machine. Until you've cleaned off everything service-related, that instance name still "exists" - and it can be a really thorny and frustrating experience trying to remove all the registry entries, GUID by agonizing GUID. I suspect that SQL ...
Except in Windows-land there's no difference between a "Server" and a "PC" other than typical hardware choices and installed software. PostgreSQL follows that, and doesn't care in the slightest what you're installing it on. Install it on Win2k8 the same way you would on any Windows desktop OS. The only possible wrinkle is Group Policy and Active Directory ...
For Oracle Linux Operating System: yum install oracle-rdbms-server-12cR1-preinstall -y It installs required packages for oracle database 12c R1
I found the answer: To check the prequisites in silent mode run the following: ./runInstaller -silent -executePrereqs -responseFile "/0/grid/response/crs_install_mk.rsp"
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