I have set an Oracle docker image (https://github.com/oracle/docker-images/tree/main/OracleDatabase/SingleInstance/dockerfiles) which by default is running on port 1521. I would like to change the port in the Image to 1531. I know that in the docker-compose I can set "1531:1521" BUT the other container still searching for port 1521 in the created network. I tried to modify ..
I’m using the "official" Oracle scripts to run an Oracle 19.3 se2 database in a Docker container on macOS. After successfully having created an image using the buildContainerImage.sh script I wanted to run the container using the following command: docker run –name= –publish=1521:1521 –publish=5500:5500 –env="ORACLE_SID=TEST" –env="ORACLE_PWD=manager" –env="ENABLE_ARCHIVELOG=False" oracle/database:19.3.0-se2. OS: macOS 11.5.2 Docker Desktop: 4.0.1 Unfortunately ..
I am building a Dev Docker environment and I have to set up an Oracle 19c database. I have been successful… but not at 100%. Everything is running correctly, I can create a tablespace, a user/schema, create a table, insert data, access via NodeJs the data too until I restart the container. In all the ..
I am trying to inspect a database content inside an Oracle XE from a Docker POD, but when I create a query string I get only the first 80 characters from each text column. How could I get the entire content using only the sqlplus terminal, NOT the SQL Developer? I tried to use spool ..
I am trying to build a docker image and configuring the oracle-xe gives me the error End of File exception. the base image is UBI8(Redhat) I could do the localinstall of the rpm (preinstall and oracle 18c xe). Are there any other configurations required for the configuration of the oracle xe with docker? (echo "oracle"; ..
I was recently trying to create a docker container and connect it with my SQLDeveloper but I started facing some strange issues. I downloaded the docker image using below pull request: docker pull store/oracle/database-enterprise:184.108.40.206-slim then I started the container from my docker-desktop using port 1521. The container started with a warning. enter image description here ..
I’ve installed Oracle Instance inside of docker container and I put sql script whitch runs when a container starts: Dockerfile: FROM… … CMD powershell echo @C:scriptsentrypoint.sql | sqlplus -S sys/password as sysdba entrypoint.sql: set serveroutput on format wrapped; declare userexist integer; db_schema_version varchar2(20); begin select count(*) into userexist from dba_users where username=’DEV’; if (userexist = ..
I have pulled my oracle image from the following command. docker pull store/oracle/database-enterprise:220.127.116.11 and run follwing command to run it. docker run -d -it –name <Oracle-DB> store/oracle/database-enterprise:18.104.22.168 that image is working fine I have tested, then I have tried it to connect with oracle from the out side that required Orcle client to connect with ..
everyone. I’m using python Jupyter-Lab inside a Docker Conteiner, which is embedded in an AWS EC-2. This Docker Container has an Instant Oracle Cliente installed inside it, so everything is set. The problem is that I’m still having trouble to connect this Docker to my AWS RDS with an Oracle Database, but only using SQLAlchemy. ..
So I’m trying to configure debezium on a Oracle database inside this docker image, according to the documentation described here. At the "Preparing the Database" the first config I have to do is: ORACLE_SID=ORACLCDB dbz_oracle sqlplus /nolog CONNECT sys/top_secret AS SYSDBA alter system set db_recovery_file_dest_size = 10G; alter system set db_recovery_file_dest = ‘/opt/oracle/oradata/recovery_area’ scope=spfile; shutdown ..