15 Replies Latest reply: Apr 16, 2012 8:18 AM by M. Abdul Jamil RSS

Installation Oracle 10g on windows server 2008 R2

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Dear SAP  Gurus ,

 

I have to install oracle 10g on Microsoft windows server 2008 R2 (No HA configuration)

I have gone through documentation that Oracle10g does not support windows server2008 R2(X86_64) and needs minimum 10.2.0.5 version

Since from SAP site i can not see any dump to directly install 10.2.0.5   So i have to first install 10.2.0.4 then upgrade patchset to 10.2.0.5

I am confused from which CD i should start installation as some SDN link and SAP note 1486772says start with 

CD (51036975 ORACLE 10.2.0.4 Failsafe Server 3.4.1.5 Windows 2008) But i do not have HA configuration so shall  i use this one or not.

 

And do i need to download below CDs as some SAP note says that it is not possible to install Oracle 10.2.0.2 and then upgrade it to 10.2.0.4

 

51031678_1 ORACLE RDBMS 10.2 Windows 1 of 5 

51031678_2 ORACLE RDBMS 10.2 Windows 2 of 5

51031678_3 ORACLE RDBMS 10.2 Windows 3 of 5 

51031678_4 ORACLE RDBMS 10.2 Windows 4 of 5 

51031678_5 ORACLE RDBMS 10.2 Windows 5 of 5 

51036971_4 ORACLE RDBMS Patch 10.2.0.4 Windows Server on x64 64bit

 

So basically which Cds shold i download from SMP to install oracle 10g on Microsoft windows server 2008 R2(x86_64)

 

Also in Service market place ---> Software downloads-->Date base Patches-->Oracle -->Oracle 10.2.0.5--->Database RDBMS-->MS Windows X86_64(64 Bit)  There are 2 patch files apart from generic patches

 

10205_Patch12_MSWIN-x86-64.zip

10205_Patch14_MSWIN-x86-64.zip

 

At Service market place ---> Software downloads-->Date base Patches-->Oracle---> On the right side of screen we can see Oracle 10.2 Software (64-bit)  Installation-->Microsoft windows-->Oracle Database-->There i can see below patches

 

51040057_4 ORACLE RDBMS Patch 10.2.0.5 Windows Server on x64 64bit 

51041676_4 ORACLE RDBMS Patch 10.2.0.5 Windows Server on x64 64bit

 

Is their any difference between among two patches.  And which one i should use if i am installing Fresh Oracle10g

 

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