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Actually it is possible to accept license and download the tar from command line, all in one step. You can pass a cookie to the server via wget in this way: wget --header "Cookie: oraclelicense=accept-securebackup-cookie" http://download.oracle.com/otn-pub/java/jdk/8u51-b16/jdk-8u51-linux-i586.tar.gz After that you can just install the tar by extracting ...


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All variables looked quite normal. However, I wrote a cronjob to output the date/time and filedescriptors every minute, and found the filedescriptors to be within normal values. However, at 3am, the servers clock suddenly went 2 hours back in time(took me a while to notice that from the logfile), and then it died without any errors in logs. It turned out to ...


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When you change your JDK/JRE there are a few places where you might need to update it to work properly. Make sure it's using the correct version (check with ps).


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You do NOT need to fully install an Oracle instance. Download the Oracle Client as mentioned in George3's answer Install - when it asks you to select either Instant Client, Runtime, Administrator, or Custom <-- pick Custom. Select Database Utilities. This contains the exp/imp files



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