I am installing 22.214.171.124 (64-bit) on a Solaris box that has 64-bit kernel. I get a message that I can't write to /tmp and need 69MB free. I have also redirected the /tmp to /oracal/tmp, which I know the Oracle user has write access to. Any ideas on why this happens and how to bypass it? Thanks.
If there is insufficient room in /tmp, you should define both TMPDIR and TMP environment variables to point to another location that the Oracle Universal Installer can use for temp space during installation. This must be a location that the Oracle user can write to. For further information on the necessary requirements, review the
Oracle9i Release 2 Installation Guide Release 2 (126.96.36.199.0) for Unix Systems
on Oracle's Technology Network Web site.
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