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Re: file/tablespace deleted at the OS level

From: Joe Testa <teci_at_the-testas.net>
Date: Sat, 01 Sep 2001 09:51:14 -0700
Message-ID: <F001.003802C1.20010901094620@fatcity.com>

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noarchivelog mode.

startup mount
alter database datafile 'filename' offline drop; alter database open;
drop tablespace <tablespace>;

joe

Charlie Mengler wrote:
>
> Oracle V9.0.1 Solaris 2.6 a development instance
>
> I made more than one mistake which resulted in me
> deleting a file that held single table tablespace. Now
> the instance won't STARTUP (naturally). Since I
> can easily recreate the data, I'd like to know how
> to convince Oracle to ignore the missing file and
> startup.
>
> If my recovery steps fail, I'll get all the files for this
> instance restored from Thursday's cold backups.
>
> TIA & HAND!
>

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