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Stanimir
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Java error during installation of Oracle

Hi all!
I'm trying to install Oracle 9.2.0.2 on
HP-UX 11.23. After running the installer, I've receive the error,connected with Java.
Error log is in the file,attached to this message.I've installed the Java v.1.4 i v1.5.
Please find the log and help me to resolve the
problem.

Thanks, the points are comming :))
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renarios
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Re: Java error during installation of Oracle

Hi Stanimir,

On solaris, the solution could be try running the Installer again with NO_J2D_DGA=true set in the environment.
I don't know if that's the solution for HP-UX issues.
Please read the install guide carefully. Check your JAVA settings and swap space.
Please give feedback.

Cheerio,

Renarios

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Stanimir
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Re: Java error during installation of Oracle

Hi, Renarios!
It seem I have a similar problem.
Where I could check the java-settings on
my mashine?
I have installation java1.3 and java1.4 on:

/opt/java1.3

/opt/java1.4

When I run #env, I cannot see any java-settings
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Jeff Schussele
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Re: Java error during installation of Oracle

Hi Stanimir,

I believe you'll need a java home setting such as:

export JAVA3_HOME=/opt/java1.3
or
export JAVA4_HOME=/opt/java1.4

before you run the installer.

HTH,
Jeff
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Volker Borowski
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Re: Java error during installation of Oracle

Hi,

may be some fonts are missing.
The DUMP says it is using JAVA 1.3.
You have a JDK or a JRE installed ?
I think a JDK is required.

Set JAVA_HOME to your 1.3 Version directory.

If this does not help, browse Oracle CD 1 for the font subdirectory and try

JAVA_FONTS=path to font dir on Oracle CD

This helped me to install Oracle on a Solaris box without full X11 Installation.

Volker
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Indira Aramandla
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Re: Java error during installation of Oracle

Hi Stanimir,

The error message that you had experienced,
â Unexpected Signal : 11 occurred at PC=0xc38b2911
Function name=JNU_GetEnvâ

is due to the BUG 3993005.

Oracle support has the diagnostic analysis as â customers are receiving this error only for the HP Itanium patch.

From the BUG it appears to be caused by a problem with the JRE software on the CD

To fix this one should execute the following steps:

1. Change the JRE_LOCATION in oraparam.ini to /opt/java1.3
2. Start OUI 2.2.0.14 to install the 9.2.0.2 software

Alternatively:

1. Download OUI 2.2.0.18 (patch 2878462) or the 9.2.0.4 patchset (patch 3095277) from Metalink
2. Start OUI 2.2.0.18 to install the 9.2.0.2 software


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renarios
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Re: Java error during installation of Oracle

Hi Stanimir,

I only installed Oracle 9.2.0.6 on my HP-UX systems. According the install guide on those CDs you have to install a new OUI 2.2 before installing the Oracle software.
Try to download/order the latest version of Oracle 9i (9.2.0.6) and install that version.
Be sure that you have install the required JRE patches for HP-UX: PHCO_23792, PHCO_24148, PHKL_25475, PHNE_23456, PHNE_24034, PHSS_24303

Cheerio,

Renarios
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