Here is an example of provisioning a Database on a Linux Host with Oracle Enterprise Manager. At this point, the following has already been done –
- The agent is deployed on a new host.
- Operating system users have been created.
- sudo from user oracle has been setup
- Operating system packages have been installed and database prerequisites have been met
yum install oracle-rdbms-server-12cR1-preinstall
In Oracle Cloud, we could have a boot disk with most of this already done.
In a separate environment, we have also done a database install a reference host and used Fleet Maintenance to create an image in the software library.
Here we will show each dialog filling in the information. In practice, we should create a deployment profile so there are fewer questions to answer and we are providing an option to deploy a standard configuration.
Go to Enterprise–>Provisioning and Patching–>Database Provisioning
Launch Provision Oracle Database
Monitor the steps of the deployment procedure. Once done, you have a the home deployed, a CDB created and a PDB included.