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Create a Database
2014/10/05
 
Create a Database.
[1] Login with the "oracle" user and input a command "dbca" like follows.
[oracle@db01 ~]$ dbca

[2] Click "Next" to proceed.
[3] Select "Create Database" and go next.
[4] This example selects "General Purpose ***" and go next.
[5] Set Grobal Database name and SID like follows. Input any one you like.
[6] This example goes next with keeping default.
[7] Set passwords. Please set a password for a user for security.
[8] This example goes next with keeping default "File System".
[9] Configure recovery settings. If you'd like to change it, Set it.
[10] Configure sample schema and scripts. If you'd like to add them, Set them.
[11] Configure memory settings. After setting, go to next tab.
[12] Specify max processes.
[13] Set Character setting.
[14] Select a connection mode. If your server does not have many clients, Select Dedicated server mode. If your server has many clients, Select Shared server mode.
[15] Confirm parameters for Storage settings. If you'd like to change, set them.
[16] Configuration completed. Click "Finish" button to finish.
[17] Confirm settings and Click "OK" if all are OK.
[18] Database creation starts.
[19] After completing to create a database, Click "Exit" to finish.
[20] Access to the URL that is shown on finished screen above with web browser, then follwing screen is shown. Input a user name and password that you configured on the section [6].
[21] Just logined. It's possible to manage the database on here.
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