- efficient system resource usage
- quick file manipulation
- consistent file system layout
- isolation between processes
- capable, integrated command set
- uniform software distribution and installation
- so much more!
Anyhow, during this time I had several occasions to put jBPM under the glass and check how it behaves in combination with various databases in this environment. Setting up any database in Fedora is not always straightforward due to missing, outdated, or overly generic documentation. After spending some time connecting the dots, I was suggested to document my proceedings for future reference.
The database installation guides listed below are the result of the documentation effort. Be assured they have been validated at least twice, each time I upgrade to a new Fedora version.
Happy new year!
Update. I added an installation guide for Oracle.