I've just installed Oracle10g on FC3 by following Werner's guidelines at
http://www.puschitz.com/InstallingOracle10g.shtml. Size of swap space on
my system is 1GB and phyical memory is 0.5GB (CPU speed > 1 GHz). All my
work is done the same machine that host the oracle server.
I'm new to Linux but I've gained enough confidence to start moving my
development environments (Oracle, Java, XML) to Linux, specifically, FC3.
I am having two problems. The first problem is that I'm getting the
error "Cannot open shared file" each time I try to connect to the
oracle through any other account that's not "oracle" user.
The second problem is that each time I try to open the enterprise
manager console (http://localhost:5500/em/console) by using a web client
(firefox/epiphany), the system takes ages to respond with lots of
harddisk activity. I am wondering whether I need more memory or may be
this has to do with my configuration parameters.
Any pointers will be greatly appreciated.
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