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Old 12-31-2015, 07:19 AM   #1
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install Oracle 11gr2 on RHEL7

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well, when i attempt to install oracle 11gr2 on rhel7, i was bloked in the creation of ASM whith oracleasm rhel7 error registration; is there vertion of RHEL which dont ask for registration.
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It isn't clear what you're asking. RHEL7 like all RHEL versions requires a subscription from RedHat and the system must be "registered" at RedHat for you to use the RHEL repositories with yum.

You can run "subscription-manager identity" to see if it says you're not registered.

If you really aren't registered and don't want to pay for a subscription you'd want to use CentOS7 instead of RHEL7 (assuming you're not paying for Oracle support either - Oracle won't support you on CentOS).

However, I suspect the issue you saw wasn't with RedHat registration but rather an Oracle error.

Oracle itself sometimes outputs errors like: PRCR-1070 : Failed to check if resource ora.gsd is registered

That error doesn't mean that RHEL isn't registered. It means the Oracle command itself didn't find the ora.gsd running/started or associated properly. Part of the vagaries of English and more especially computerese is that the same word can have many different meanings.

You should try to post the full error you got when asking for help. Also note that often you'll see a lot of output that ends with an error like the one above. Usually if that error is in the middle or the end of the output it isn't the main issue but rather something that occurred due to an earlier issue seen in the output. When troubleshooting always start with the first part of output rather than the middle or the end.

If you in fact got an Oracle error like the one above you can search for the error code shown (e.g. PRCR-1070) at Oracle's site as they often have guidance on what to look for when you get the error.

Also you might want to verify if RHEL7 is supported fro 11gR2 by checking Oracle's site.

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