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OID 12c: Installation And Configuration Of A 2 Node Stand Alone Oracle Internet Directory (OID) Cluster On A Supported Linux Host (With Screenshots) (Doc ID 2380542.1)

Last updated on APRIL 04, 2022

Applies to:

Oracle Internet Directory - Version and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


 This document walks through the configuration of a 2 node Oracle Internet Directory (OID) (12c Patch Set 3) Standalone cluster on a supported Linux host.


The initial installation and configuration of the database and the 2 operating system nodes are outside the scope of this document.  The following steps are expected to have previously been completed.

  1. 2 Operating System nodes with all pre-requisites met
  2. A compatible Oracle database installed and configured
  3. A compatible JDK already installed.  

To review the steps required to complete these pre-requisites, please refer to the book "Fusion Middleware Installing and Configuring Oracle Internet Directory" of the official documentation set.



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In this Document
 Installing the OID Software
 Using the RCU utility to create the necessary schemas
 Configuring the domain with ''
 Reconfiguring the NodeManager's Listen Address
 Setting up the first OID with oidsetup()
 Populating the second node
 Starting NodeManager and OID on <OID_HOSTNAME2>

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