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Installing Oracle Big Data Appliance Mammoth (Software Deployment Bundle) Release V2.5 for New Installations with OL6 Base Image (Doc ID 1639246.1)

Last updated on JULY 02, 2014

Applies to:

Big Data Appliance Integrated Software - Version 2.5.0 and later
Linux x86-64

Purpose

This document provides instructions on how to install Oracle Big Data Appliance Mammoth (Software Deployment  Bundle) Release 2.5.* .

Mammoth is a command-line utility for installing and configuring the Oracle Big Data Appliance software. Using Mammoth, you can:

  1.     Create a cluster on one or more racks.
  2.     Create multiple clusters on a Oracle Big Data Appliance rack.
  3.     Extend a cluster to new servers.
  4.     Update a cluster with new software.
  5.     Deploy Auto Service Request during or after the initial software installation.
  6.     Deploy the Oracle Enterprise Manager system monitoring plug-in for Oracle Big Data Appliance during or after the initial software installation.
  7.     Setup Kerberos Security.

Please download patch 18435972 from My Oracle Support and copy it to the BDA server

Patch 18435972: ORACLE BIG DATA APPLIANCE MAMMOTH DEPLOYMENT BUNDLE V2.5.0 FOR ORACLE LINUX 6

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In this Document
Purpose
Details
 Known Issues with V2.5.0 Patch 18435972
 Installing the Software on a New Rack
 Files in Mammoth Patch
 Install Instructions
 Installing the Software on a Single or Primary Rack
 Mammoth Output When Configuring Kerberos Authentication
 Mammoth Output When Configuring Kerberos Authentication with Network Encryption
 Adding Servers to a Cluster
 What If an Error Occurs During the Installation?
 Post Installation Validation
 About Software Version Differences
 Software Installed in Release 2.5.*
 Mammoth software
 Environment Variables
 Known Issues with 2.5 Release
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