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Here s a summary of the steps you must follow to create a new database using the DBCA: 1. If you haven t already started DBCA, type dbca at the operating system prompt. 2. In the Welcome window, click Next. 3. The DBCA Operations window appears. Select Create a Database, and click OK. 4. In the Database Templates window, the DBCA offers you a choice of the type of database you can create. The three choices are Data Warehouse, General Purpose, and Transaction Processing. You can select the default General Purpose template if you aren t sure which type of database you want to create. You can also select the Custom Database option if you wish, where you ll have to provide more information to DBCA in order to create the database. Click Next. 5. In the Database Identification window, enter the database name in the form database_ name.domain name (for example, orcl11.world). In the SID field, enter the system identifier, which defaults to the database name (orcl11). Click Next. 6. In the Management Options window, you can set up management by the Oracle Enterprise Manager. You can choose between the Grid Control and Database Control. If you have already installed the Oracle Management Agent on the host computer, you can select Grid Control. Otherwise, select Configure Database Control for local management. You can also select the Enable Daily Backup to Recovery Area option in this window. Click Next. 7. In the Database Credentials window, specify passwords for the administrative accounts such as SYS and SYSTEM. Click Next. 8. In the Storage Options window, specify the type of storage devices you want to use for the new database. Select File System and click Next. 9. In the Database File Locations window, using the Choose Common Location for All Database Files option, specify the Oracle software home and the directory path where you want DBCA to create the database files. You can choose Oracle Managed Files if you want, making the database completely manage the database files. 10. In the Recovery Configuration window, choose between the default noarchivelog mode and archivelog mode of operating the database. Oracle recommends that you choose the Enable Archiving option to enable the archiving of the redo logs. Oracle recommends that you also enable the Select Flash Recovery Area option so the database will use a flash recovery area to store all backup- and recovery-related files. The flash recovery area is distinct from the storage location of the current database files such as datafiles, control files, and online redo logs. 11. In the Database Content page, select Sample Schemas to include the Sample Schemas tablespace (EXAMPLE tablespace) in your database. Oracle recommends you do this in order to use the examples based on the sample schemas such as HR and OE. 12. In the Initialization Parameters page, you can set the initialization parameters related to the following four areas: Memory Sizing Character Sets Connection Mode Let s take a closer look at each of these areas before continuing with creating our database.
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The Memory window lets you set initialization parameters that control how the database manages the memory allocated to it. You can choose between the Typical and the Custom options to specify a method of memory management. The easiest way to manage memory is to select Typical and enter a percentage value, such as 40 percent. The instance will then use Automatic Memory Management, a new Oracle Database 11g feature, to automatically tune both the SGA and the PGA.
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In the Sizing tab, you specify the database block size and the maximum number of user processes that can connect simultaneously to the database. For the block size, accept the default value, which is 8KB. For processes, use a number such as 150, unless you know that you have a larger number of processes.
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