- Oracle Linux
- Oracle Linux 7: Checking Yum Configuration
- Oracle Linux 8: About DNF and Application Stream
- Installing Software from Oracle Linux Yum Server
- Connecting To Yum Mirrors in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI)
- Oracle Linux
Oracle Linux Basic Support includes 24×7 access to log unlimited number of service requests via web or phone, integrated management features with Oracle Enterprise Manager and Spacewalk, XFS support, high availability with Oracle Clusterware, application and system containers with Docker and LXC, spacewalk support, and comprehensive tracing. To see a list of available modules in Oracle Linux 8 Application Stream: dnf module list Red Hat Enterprise Linux, CentOS & Scientific Linux. To install software from Oracle Linux yum server on Red Hat Enterpise Linux, CentOS or Scientific Linux, perform these actions: Import the Oracle Linux GPG key using these instructions.
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Oracle Linux yum server hosts software for Oracle Linux and compatible distributions. These instructions help you get started configuring your Linux system for Oracle Linux yum server and installing software via
Configuring Your System to Install Software from Oracle Linux Yum Server
If you are starting from scratch, and don’t have a Linux OS installed, download and install Oracle Linux. Alternatively, use an Oracle Linux Vagrant box to run with Oracle VM VirtualBox or KVM
In many cases, your Oracle Linux system will already be set up to install software from Oracle Linux yum server. See Installing Software from Oracle Linux Yum Server for an overview software available on this yum server. There have been some recent changes to Oracle Linux yum server, so it’s a good idea to check your configuration.
Oracle Linux 7
Checking Yum Configuration
Effective January of 2019, Oracle changed the way in which it distributes the configuration information for yum repositories provided by the Oracle Linux yum server. The original repository configuration, https://yum.oracle.com/public-yum-ol7.repo and https://yum.oracle.com/public-yum-ol6.repo will remain available for some time but are deprecated in favor of the new modularized approach.
To check that your system is using the new modular yum configuration, perform the following actions:
- Check that you have the appropriate base
oraclelinux-release-<rel>package installed for your Oracle Linux release. For example, on Oracle Linux 7, do:
oraclelinux-release-<rel>is not installed, install it first:
- Check that you do not have an old monolithic
public-yum-<rel>.repoyum repository configuration file enabled. For example, on Oracle Linux 7, do:
- If this file exists and you have the base
oraclelinux-release-<rel>package installed, you may still need to run the
Oracle Linux 8
About DNF and Application Stream
The yum utility that is provided with Oracle Linux 8 is based on Dandified Yum (DNF). You can use dnf to install or upgrade RPM packages, while automatically handling package dependencies and requirements. The yum command that is provided with Oracle Linux 8 is a symbolic link to the dnf and you can use the dnf command and all of its options similarly to how you used the yum command on previous releases of Oracle Linux.
DNF introduces the concepts of modules, streams and profiles to allow for the management of different versions of software applications within a single operating system release. To read more about this subject, see the documentation: Oracle® Linux 8: DNF Modules and Application Stream
To see a list of available modules in Oracle Linux 8 Application Stream:
Red Hat Enterprise Linux, CentOS & Scientific Linux
To install software from Oracle Linux yum server on Red Hat Enterpise Linux, CentOS or Scientific Linux, perform these actions:
Import the Oracle Linux GPG key using these instructions.
Ceate a temporary yum repository configuration file
/etc/yum.repos.d/ol7-temp.repowith the following as the minimum required content:
ol7-temp.repoand any other remaining repo files that may conflict with Oracle Linux yum server:
You are now ready to install additional software. See: Installing Software from Oracle Linux Yum Server
Installing Software from Oracle Linux Yum Server
Oracle Linux yum server hosts many different types of software in repositories for which the configuration is installed and updated via release packages. Below is a list of available software and the corresponding release packages to configure yum.
|Oracle Linux, UEK & Addons. In addition:
|Oracle Linux patch repositories (for Oracle Cloud Infrastructure customers only)||
|Software Collection Library for Oracle Linux||
|Oracle Instant Client (release 21.x and newer)||
|Oracle Instant Client (up to release 19.x)||
|EPEL for Oracle Linux||
|Packages for Developers and Oracle Cloud Infrastructure||
|MySQL Community releases||
|Stable releases of the Go programming language||
|Stable PHP releases||
|Stable Node.js releases||
To see an up to date list of installed and available release packages on Oracle Linux 7:
or, on Oracle Linux 8:
Connecting To Yum Mirrors in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI)
Each region in Oracle Linux Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) has its own Oracle Linux yum server mirror to enable high speed access without incurring extra network charges. When launched, Oracle Linux images have a yum variable set in
/etc/yum/vars/ociregion to ensure they connect to a mirror in the appropriate OCI region.
/etc/yum/vars/ociregion is not set correctly, or not set correctly, run the following
Follow the steps covered in Checking Yum Configuration to verify your yum configuration.
Additional Software Available in OCI
Kali linux download. The following software and release RPMs are available in OCI, in addition to the publicly available software.
|Oracle Linux patch repositories||
- Blog post: Modularizing the Oracle Linux yum server Repository Configurations
I admit it, I was not a friend of Oracle databases running in Docker containers for a long time. My database systems for testing and demo purposes were all running in VMware, Virtual Box or in the Oracle Cloud. But I have used the Windows Subsystem for Linux since beginning, to work with the Oracle Oracle Cloud Infrastructure CLI, Git Integration etc. And what I really like is the WSL extension for Visual Studio Code which gives me to chance, to edit Ansible Vault files in Windows without any additional Linux based VM running.
With the update of the existing Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) architecture to version 2, the Docker Desktop for Windows is now fully integrated and able to run Docker container in WSL as a lightweight VM. Now it’s time to change my mind, why not use Docker to try out new Oracle features, do some development stuff and more?
What to we need to run Oracle databases in WSL 2 Docker Containers?
- WSL 2
- Docker Desktop for Windows
- Docker images with an Oracle Database – I may use the images (oehrlis/docker) from my workmate Stefan Oehrli (oradba.ch)- merci vöumou
This blog post shows you how to setup WSL 2 to run Docker images. Sure, you can use the Oracle provided Docker images or self created images too. But I have verified the Oracle repository today, the Dockerfile version is 19.3.0. And I don’t have the passion, to create new Dockerfiles for example to run 19.8 and download additional RU software.
Installing Windows Subsystem 2 for Linux
Enable Windows Subsystem for Linux basic Functionality
Start Windows PowerShell as Administrator and enable WSL.