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Installation Aborts due to /tmp directory size/permissions - oui err code 0377

Posted on 2007-11-22
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AppServer 10.1.3 aborts from OUI installer. Pre Reqs get result "Passed" as per below, then see error message. I have used >df -k /tmp and >chmod a=rwx /tmp to ensure both ample space and permissions exist to accomodate install. Yet, I still get same error. So... I created >mkdir /tmp2 and set the TMP and TMPDIR variables to it, ran the df and chmod utils again, everything looked good. ./runInstaller still gave the identicle error, only this time on /tmp2/OraInstall2007..... instead of /tmp/OraInstall2007....
See below output.....

(gdb) run runInstaller
Starting program: /opt/oracle_as10g/Disk1/companioncd/Disk1/install/runInstaller runInstaller
Starting Oracle Universal Installer...

Checking installer requirements...

Checking operating system version: must be redhat-2.1, redhat-3, redhat-4, SuSE-9 or UnitedLinux-1.0
                                      Passed


All installer requirements met.

Preparing to launch Oracle Universal Installer from /tmp2/OraInstall2007-11-21_06-46-08PM. Please wait ...
Error in writing to directory /tmp2/OraInstall2007-11-21_06-46-08PM. Please ensure that this directory is writable and has atleast 60 MB of disk space. Installation cannot continue.
: Success

Program exited with code 0377.
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You said you ran the chmod utils on the dir - what are the perms on the /tmp or /tmp2 dirs?  Can you run an 'ls -lai' and post that output on both directories please?

Also - I noticed you have the 11gdb installed - are you certain all your env vars are unset before starting the installation?  I believe the only thing needed to be set is the ORACLE_BASE and TMP vars.  Please verify.
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