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Learn Oracle Step by Step

Posted by Kamran Agayev A. on September 9th, 2009

Here, I’ve collected all my “Step by Step Guides” which help you to understand basic concepts very easily

Install VMware – Step by step

Installing CentOS on VMware – Step by Step 

Step by Step Installing Oracle Database 10g Release 2 on Linux (CentOS) and AUTOMATE the installation using Linux Shell Script

Create Database Manually – Step by Step instruction

8 Responses to “Learn Oracle Step by Step”

  1. coskan Says:

    Nice work Kamran thank you for sharing

  2. Kamran Agayev A. Says:

    Hi Coskan and welcome to my blog. Thank you for your comment. I’ll try to add more Step by Step explanations to make readers understand and implement Oracle more easily

  3. sanjay Says:

    your step by step notes are excellent thanx

  4. Kamran Agayev A. Says:

    You’re welcome Sanjay. Thank you for comment. Currently I’m working other new step by steps guides

  5. Atiq Says:

    Hi kamran,
    Your guide is very informative.I got a lot of help from this guides.
    Could u plss post step by step guide for Installing Oracle RAC (2 Nodes)on RHEL3 or RHEL4 in VMWare workstation 7 environment.

    If you could plss post some snapshots, it would of great help.

    Hope this guide will help aspiring DBA’s.

    best Regards,

  6. Kamran Agayev A. Says:

    Hi Atiq

    I’m currently working on RMAN video tutorials. There’re a lot of step by step RAC installation and configuration guide over internet
    You can check the following link

    Good Luck

  7. swap Says:

    Hi kamran,

    thanks for sharing….

    can you give some step by step guide on configuring oracle 10g enterprise manager…setting baseline etc…

  8. Kamran Agayev A. Says:

    Dear Swap

    Currently I’m working on Video Tutorials of RMAN backup and recovery. You can find all required configurations from http://tahiti.oracle.com

    There’re a lot of well explained docs on Enterprise Manager

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