Can  I install  The Oracle NoSQL DataBase in one machine? - NoSQL Database

I want to know can i install the no sql database in one machine?
It's steps there a difference with "Administrator's Guide "?
Can you give us a example of install step by step ?
Edited by: user9326678 on 2011-11-27 下午10:22 

Look for kvlite in the download package. kvlite is intended to be a "single node" version of the software that you can use to learn the API without having to use multiple machines. kvlite is not intended for production use. 

In addition to Ashok's note about kvlite, see this FAQ entry on how to install NoSQL Database on a single machine for early prototyping -


Is TraMineR available for ORE on linux?

Does anyone know if the TraMineR package is available for ORE under linux?  Thanks.
TraMineR is not shipped with Oracle R Distribution or Oracle R Enterprise, but can be installed and used within embedded R execution, leveraging the likely greater amount of RAM available on the database server. This blog post contains the details needed to install open source R packages for use with Oracle R Enterprise. Refer to Section 3: Installing packages for use with Oracle R Enterprise. Sherry
Thanks!  I believe we were trying to use it in the "normal" R-way, not in the embedded execution.  We will try that.
Okay, feel free to post an example of what's not working so we can provide some tips. Regards,Sherry
I'm going to get Rudy to chime in here with more specific details, but I was mistaken in our need for it to be under ORE.  It does need to be a linux package, but we will not be getting data from an Oracle database as I first thought.  So an ORE embedded solution actually won't help us. The solution might be as simple as making sure on the linux side we are executing "normal" linux x86 R and Rscript, and not Oracle's R. We have this code working on R on our Windows machines.  We need it ported to linux however.
Even if you are not using a database table for your analysis, you can install TraMineR for use with Oracle R Distribution.  Are you attempting to install TraMineR and receiving error?  If so, please post the command you are executing and the error received, along with a description of the problem you are facing. Thanks,Sherry
Another issue is the TraMineR is a GPL-3 Package that it needs legal process if need to use it on linux side.We are using this package to calculate the state transition rate for large data.Is there any alternative GPL-2 package that we can use for the same purpose?Thanks
I suggest consulting the Survival Analysis task view provided by CRAN to see if any of these packages suit your needs: CRAN task views are a collection of packages (with links) sorted by topic or subject matter area. --Sherry

Why no "datapatch" for patching databases under docker

Hi everybody, I'm trying some stuff with the provided dockerfiles from here  to create docker images for Oracle Database Standard Edition 2. What I'm wondering is: I'm able to install Oracle patches and so on into the database home. But why there is no script for doing the "datapatch" step so that the patches will be installed / implemented into my CBD and PDB on that image? Thanks and regards,David
Hey David. The best way to get support for those images is to open an issue on GitHub in that repo. Or check out the existing issues as it may already be possible in some way.
That was what I've searched first... On github, they redirect to this forum 
Whoops. I'll fix that now. The best place is GitHub.

UCE Custom Reports From UCE Database

What I would like to do is to genreate custom reports that I can put into a spreadsheet based on the data that is stored in the UCE postgres database. For instance I would like to provide a report that lists the hostname, ip address, O/S installed, patch baseline installed, architecture.
Please someone tell me how to get this information.
Mark K. 
While it is possible to interface directly with the postgres database, this is strongly not recommended and doing so may leave the SDS in an unsupported state. For this reason, I will not post directions for manually accessing the database on a public forum.
However, you may be able to gather at least some of the report details that you desire by using the python API, I have posted a guide on its usage at:
First thank you for responding to my plea for help. I read the pdf file and I am most interested in the Installation of the DB Reporter software in section 7. It is exactly what I need. I am currently running UCE 1.1.1-314 on a sparc architecture. Everything I have read in the PDF file deals with rpm packages and the x86 architecture. Can you please answer the following questions:
1. Is the Python API and DB Reporter modules listed in section 7 of the pdf available for my UCE software and architecture?
2. If yes where can I get them?
3. Do I need to install the API to use just the DB reporter functionality or is the DB reporter software modules dependent on the API being installed?
Thank You so much!
Mark K. 
The python API is available, if UCE was installed by a Sun engineer, then it should already be on the SDS (/opt/SUNWuce/api), however, if not, then the required packages are in the rpms directory of the install bundle:
As I'm sure you noticed, the pdf is outdated, however the api classes and methods are still current, so some of the features detailed in the document are no longer in the current version of UCE, unfortunately this includes the DB reporter.

install RODM

1- I need to use oracle data mining via R but I don't know what I need.
is this true?
I must install oracle 11g in server and R2.13 in both server and client.
is RODM is tools or service? I must add or install it or it exists in Oracle.
2- for using R, I only can use Oracle data mining algorithms or I can use R function like social network in Oracle data base? 
<tt>RODM</tt> is an open source package. It is available on CRAN. It uses <tt>RODBC</tt> for connecting to the database. You only need it on you client machine (both R and <tt>RODM</tt>). The server only needs to have ODM (what is now called Oracle Advanced Analytics) option enabled (which is true by default I think).
Another option is to use Oracle R Enterprise (ORE) which is also part of OAA option. Version 1.3 has an <tt>OREdm</tt> package with a more transparent interface. For OAA customers <tt>OREdm</tt> is a supported package while <tt>RODM</tt> is not. ORE is available for download on OTN. 
tanks for your attention and answer but I need to know sequence of installs
on client on windows
1-install R2.13.2
2-add packages(DBI, ROracle, png)
on server
1-install oracle 11g
2-install R
3-add R's packages
tanks again for your attention 
I assume you are asking about installing ORE now. The steps you listed are mostly correct. You missed installation of ORE packages for both client and server that should be done right after installing R. Also, please, note that for ORE 1.1 we recommend R 2.13.2 while for ORE 1.3 we recommend R 2.15.1. For more details about installation, please, consult ORE documentation that is available from the ORE download page (the link is available in the previous post).
If you were asking about installing RODM then on the client you need to install R first and then RODM package. On the server you need to install the database with ODM option enabled.
Hope this helps. Let me know if you need more help.
I execute library(ORE) in R after them and my problem was solved.

can anyone help me configure and run oracle nosql on windows machine please?

can anyone help me configure and run oracle nosql on windows machine please?
Have you seen Oracle NoSQL Database ?
Yes, i´ve downloaded it: the community edition and the enterprise version. I wish to use enterprise edition. I made it available in the window environmental variable but when i call it from command prompt it does not respond. 
Can you provide more details? "It" is realy not very useful for troubleshhooting. Perhaps some of the video tutorials at the Oracle Learning Library can help you. Also if any moderator sees this, perhaps this post should better be posted in the NoSQL Database forum.
Ok i see what you mean now. That documentation is a little confusing for me and doesn´t have anything pointing to windows operating system.
I have extracted the zip and placed the folder in the c drive. then i mapped the environmental variable in the windows system.   
Please send the details of the exact error that you are facing, only then we can guide on that. You can also write to, once of us from Engg or PM would pick up and respond to your query. Anand
Why don't you start with the KVLite? This will setup a single-node, single replica store and you can start using Oracle NoSQL immediately. Just to get familiar with this new tool. Later on you could think about setting up a "real" Oracle NoSQL Database. For more information about KVLite you could follow Chapter 2. Introduction to Oracle KVLite As the simple "run-kvlite.cmd" is no longer shipped with the latest versions I added the cmd file to invoke the store. This script should be stored in the bin directory under the installation folder. As cmd-files are not allowed to be uploaded, I added ".txt" as extension. Please review the content of the file before using it.