Installation directories, Instance home directory, Daemon home directory – Oracle Audio Technologies B31679-01 User Manual
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Oracle TimesTen In-Memory Database Installation Guide
Installation directories, files and the daemon port
Installation of TimesTen must be performed by the chosen instance
administrator user. The instance administrator owns all files in the
installation directory tree. Only the instance administrator can operate
The installer suggests default destination directories, based on the user
performing the installation.
Instance home directory
The instance may be installed in any directory to which the instance
administrator has sufficient permission.
On Unix, the installer suggests
as in previous
releases. For non-root users, the installer suggests the home directory of
the user, usually defined by the environment variable $HOME.
On Windows, the installer suggests the directory pattern as used in
previous releases of TimesTen,
The TimesTen documentation refers to the installation directory as
Daemon home directory
The “home” or current working directory of the running the main
TimesTen daemon is known as the daemon home directory. This
directory must be owned by the instance administrator, with
permissions on UNIX systems. The daemon verifies both the
permissions and ownership of this directory when it starts up.
On UNIX, the installer suggests the use of
installed as non-root or
if running as root.
On Windows, the
directory is used for this
purpose, just as in previous releases.
If access control is selected at installation time, user and password data
is stored in the file
Initially, this file contains a single entry for the instance administrator.
The presence of this file indicates to the daemon that Access Control has