Linux installation kickstart for Oracle database

A semi-random Google browse landed me on the Official Oracle Wiki, where I found a Linux installation kickstart for Oracle database. It's a sample kickstart file for a local disk installation using the minimum packages needed by Oracle software (i.e. the database, application server, etc.). The script also sets runlevels for daemon and deinstalls all that is not needed, as well as kernel parameters.

It's interesting to see their list because I highly optimizes the packages list compared to what we have. But the list of parameters, default daemons to run and in which runlevel is very close to what we arrived at by experimenting lots. :)


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