RAC Attack - Oracle Cluster Database at Home/Create VM

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  1. From the SUMMARY screen, choose Create Virtual Machine. Name the new machine collabn1 and select the RAC11g datastore.
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  2. Select Linux Operating System and choose Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 (32-bit).

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  3. Allocate 760M of memory for the virtual machine and choose 1 processor.

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  4. Choose to Create a New Virtual Disk.

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  5. Set the disk size to 30G and name the file [RAC11g] collabn1/system.vmdk – leave all other options at their defaults and click Next.

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  6. Choose to Add a Network Adapter.

    RA-vmweb-createVM-net.png
  7. Choose to create a NAT network connection.

    RA-vmweb-createVM-net-prop.png
  8. Choose Don't Add a CD/DVD Drive.

    RA-vmweb-createVM-cd.png
  9. Choose Don't Add a Floppy Drive.

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  10. Choose Don't Add a USB Controller.

    RA-vmweb-createVM-usb.png
  11. Review the configuration and click Finish. Do not power on the virtual machine yet.

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