Thursday Nov 25, 2010

Cloning a VirtualBox Image (vdi)

Following on from my previous blog entry where I described how to install Oracle 11.2.0 on Ubuntu 10.10 in a VirtualBox I will quickly describe how we can clone this image and hence reduce the rebuild time. What I tend to do is create a backup copy of my vdi files that I can return to later and I will assume that you have one of these within this entry and it is called Ubuntu10.10-32BitOracle11g.vdi.

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Installing Oracle 11g (11.2.0.1) DB On Ubuntu 10.10 32 Bit

Having recently created an Ubuntu 10.10 VirtualBox image for my Oracle 11.20 databse installation I have decided to bring my notes together as a simple blog entry that I hope will allow other people to quickly do the same. The reason for this entry is because the information required to successfully complete the installation is spread around the documention. Hence I felt some short concise, I hope, instructions would be useful. I assume that the user does have an understanding of Ubuntu and Oracle database installation and hence do not go into details on all the commands.

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