Oracle options, Oracle intermedia, Shared server – Oracle Audio Technologies ORACLE9I B10508-01 User Manual
Post-Installation for Oracle Products
If you can successfully connect to the server with SQL*Plus, then you have
established network connectivity over TCP/IP
For more advanced network
configuration, refer to the Oracle9i Net Services Administrator’s Guide.
If you intend to install Oracle interMedia Text after your initial server installation,
then ensure that you have at least 10 MB of disk space for the data dictionary.
Your database must include tablespaces that are specific to interMedia Text data
Verify that tablespaces exist to serve as default and temporary tablespaces for
Oracle interMedia Text
Oracle interMedia Text uses the DRSYS tablespace for its
default and temporary tablespaces
If tablespaces for Oracle interMedia Text do not
exist, or if you do not want to use the DRSYS tablespace, then create additional
tablespaces before proceeding.
Oracle servers that are configured with Shared Server require a higher setting for
the initialization parameter SHARED_POOL_SIZE or a custom configuration that
If you created a database manually, then you should
raise SHARED_POOL_SIZE in the
Typically, you should add
1 KB for each anticipated concurrent user
Refer to Oracle9i Database Performance
Tuning Guide and Reference for further information on configuring Shared Server.
There is no upgrade from previous releases of ConText
Cartridge to Oracle interMedia Text
However, there is a migration
that can be performed manually
See the Oracle9i ConText to
interMedia Text Migration Guide for documentation of this process.
Oracle9i SQL Reference for information on creating