Hi Frank, hi Paul
thanks for your replay!
My problem is: I can't startup the SGA -
Oracle is not available - and this after installing the
I must shutdown database and listener,
then I have to install the path - no problems.
The next step is - update init.ora (disable systemtrigger).
Now I try to restart the database -> SVRMGRL
and here I get the problem .
Listener is running, but I can't startup Oracle.
I don't have a SGA.
I hope you can help me.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Paul Foerster" <paul.foerster@(protected)>
To: "mail_suse" <suse-oracle@(protected)>
Sent: Thursday, February 03, 2005 6:28 PM
Subject: Re: [suse-oracle] Oracle8i finalpatch
> Hi Reinhold, hi Frank,
> On 03. Feb, 2005, at 17:43, Frank Grote wrote:
> > What's about "sqlplus internal"?
> ... no. The correct syntax is sqlplus "/ as sysdba". The use of both
> "svrmgrl" and the pseudo user "internal" is deprecated from versions 8i
> and newer. The quoting of the "/ as sysdba" part is operating system
> dependant and may vary from OS to OS. You might end up with one of the
> following (not complete) list:
> sqlplus "/ as sysdba"
> sqlplus '"/ as sysdba"'
> sqlplus "'/ as sysdba'"
> It depends on how the shell interprets the parameters and quotes.
> Or you can obviously do
> Username: / as sysdba
> > Listener is running?
> ... internal or sysdba connects do not use the listener unless you
> provide the instannce name. In this case you'd need to do it this way
> (quoting variations from above apply):
> sqlplus sys@(protected)
> Or, if you have a password file:
> sqlplus "sys@(protected)"
> The latter is also used with 9i which requires a password file if you
> intend to do an SQL*Net connect, ie. use the listener.
> Hope this helps.
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