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Steps to Install / Uninstall Big Data SQL 3.2 on BDA V4.10 and Higher with bdacli (Doc ID 2345604.1)

Last updated on JULY 26, 2021

Applies to:

Oracle Big Data SQL - Version 3.2.0 and later
Linux x86-64


This document provides details on how to install / uninstall Big Data SQL (BDS) 3.2 on BDA V4.10 and higher with bdacli.  The "bdacli" command is only available for BDA 4.10 clusters. 

If using BDA 4.9 or lower, or using a standalone non-BDA CDH cluster, refer to How to Install / Uninstall Big Data SQL 3.2 on BDA V4.3 to 4.9 Clusters and CDH 5.5 Hadoop Clusters <Document 2333103.1>.

For install criteria, see the Big Data SQL Installation Guide 3.2 documentation.  For the supported Big Data SQL 3.2 versions see Oracle Big Data SQL Primary Compatibility Matrix (Doc ID 2119369.1).


Anyone installing Big Data SQL 3.2 on BDA 4.10 and higher. 


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In this Document
 Big Data SQL 3.2 Installation Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
 Known Issues with Big Data SQL 3.2 Install / Uninstall with BDS 3.2 Installation Scripts
 Big Data SQL 3.2 Installation Prerequisites
 BDA V4.10 and Higher Big Data SQL 3.2 Install
 On BDA V4.10 apply patch 27077322
 Install Big Data SQL with bdacli
 Generate the request key in standalone mode
 Copy the generated files from the BDA to the Oracle Database
 Run the Oracle Database Big Data SQL 3.2 install
 Copy the activation zip file back to the BDA
 Run Big Data SQL 3.2 Database Acknowledge from the BDA
 Big Data SQL 3.2 Database Verifications
 BDS 3.2 Install Considerations for RAC Databases
 BDS Post Install Steps
 BDS Validations
 Troubleshooting Big Data SQL 3.2 Install/Uninstall/Reconfiguration
 Big Data SQL 3.2 Uninstall
 Uninstall Big Data SQL 3.2 on the Oracle database host 
 Uninstall Big Data SQL 3.2 on the BDA
 Appendix A. Full "bdacli enable big_data_sql' output
 Appendix B. Full output for BDS Database install

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