2.4. Creating Oracle Instance (“Launch an Instance”)¶
2.4.1. Sign in¶
With RDP, sign in as an oracle user.
2.4.2. Creating Oracle Instance (“Launch an Instance”)¶
This procedure describes an example on how you create an Instance. However, you do not need to configure it, based on the procedure. Please modify the details, according to the database configuration of your own.
PS C:\Windows\system32> D:\app\oraclehome\product\12.1.0\dbhome_1\bin\dbca
Select “Create Database”. Then, click “Next”.
Select “Advanced Mode”. Then, click “Next”.
Select “General Purpose or Transaction Processing”. Then, click “Next”.
After input following settings, click “Next”.
|Global Database Name||
Enter your own instance name (e.g. orcl).
Enter your own SID (e.g. orcl).
Mark the checkbox of the Configure Enterprise Manager (EM) Database Express, and enter your own port number (e.g. 5500) into the EM Database Express Port. Then, click [ Next ].
Check in “Create a New Listner”. After input following settings, click “Next”.
Each item can be optionally selected; yet, in this example, click [ Connection Mode ] after the following items are entered.
|National Character Set||AL16UTF8 – Unicode UTF-16 Universal character set|
Check in “Dedicated Server Mode”, then click “Next”.
Template Name (e.g. orcl)
Description of Template
Template Store Directory (e.g. D:\\app\\oraclehome\\admin\\orcl\\scripts)
You need to verify the configuration. Click “Finish”.
Instance creation gets started.
After verifying the configuration, click “Close”