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Checking Oracle Instance [message #306406] Fri, 14 March 2008 02:00 Go to next message
sidd_411
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Hi,

I want to check whether or not Oracle is running in Windows through command line. How to do that ?
Re: Checking Oracle Instance [message #306421 is a reply to message #306406] Fri, 14 March 2008 02:39 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Michel Cadot
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sqlplus user/psw

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Michel
Re: Checking Oracle Instance [message #307729 is a reply to message #306406] Wed, 19 March 2008 13:30 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Kevin La Barre
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If you're looking for something similar to what we do for *nix, you can use PSList from the PSTools collection available here to look for "oracle". There also exist several Unix-like utilities for Windows, like "ps". A simple Google search should turn up a few matches. That will tell you if the instance is up... not necessarily that the database is open however. For that I'd follow the sqlplus route.

Goodluck!

Kevin
Re: Checking Oracle Instance [message #307779 is a reply to message #306406] Wed, 19 March 2008 19:05 Go to previous message
ebrian
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You could put the following code into a batch file to test the status of the instance and the database. Please keep in mind that this isn't an exhaustive test.

@echo off
setlocal
set oracle_home=E:\oracle\10.2.0
set path=E:\oracle\10.2.0\bin
set oracle_sid=ora10g
(
echo conn / as sysdba
echo set head off feed off pages 0
echo select status from v$instance;
) | sqlplus -s /nolog > %TEMP%\status.log

for /f "tokens=3" %%i in ('%SystemRoot%\system32\find /c "OPEN" %TEMP%\status.log') do (
if %%i == 1 (
echo Database is OPEN
) ELSE (
echo Databse does NOT appear to be OPEN
))

for /f "tokens=4" %%i in ('%SystemRoot%\system32\sc query oracleserviceora10g ^| 
	%SystemRoot%\system32\find "STATE"') do echo The Oracle service is %%i
endlocal

[Updated on: Wed, 19 March 2008 19:09]

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