What type of oracle client should I install? (432 Views)
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uhyo
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Registered: ‎07-15-2003
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What type of oracle client should I install?

Hi all.

 

I have to install oracle client for connecting SM AP and SM DB(oracle).

(SM AP and SM DB are not on same node).

 

What type of oracle client should I install?

 

Oracle installer ask me as following selection.

 - installClient

 - Administrator

 - runtime

 - custom

 

I do not want to install a useless function.

 

Regards. 

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uhyo
Posts: 399
Registered: ‎07-15-2003
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Re: What type of oracle client should I install?

Sorry.

 

The selection is as following.

 

 - instantClient

 - Administrator

 - runtime

 - custom

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Piku
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Registered: ‎06-17-2010
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Re: What type of oracle client should I install?

You may try instantClient.
However it would be better answered by Oracle also it give the disk space while installing so can choose minimum one.
Also may try multiple package one by one and may easily uninstall if found unusable.

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Maehara
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Re: What type of oracle client should I install?

Please refer Installation guide page 35 also.
http://support.openview.hp.com/selfsolve/document/KM1166771


Service Manager requires 32 bit Oracle Client library, which can be
found in the Oracle 64 bit Client installation directory or Oracle 32
bit Instant Client directory. Please refer to the Oracle site to
download the proper Oracle client for the platform where you plan
to run Service Manager server.

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