Re: Somewhat Perplexed - Very Sheepish - Totally Ignorant:SQPLUS after 10.2.0.4 Upgrade
Date: Tue, 4 Nov 2008 10:21:56 -0500
Now the problem is why the heck is that still in the path. I suspect it has to do with our AIX Systems Administrators and their invocation of HACMP (which was dismantled but all the scripts left in place).
On Tue, Nov 4, 2008 at 3:41 AM, Nigel Thomas <nigel.cl.thomas_at_googlemail.com
> None of your tests so far show you which directory you are actually in. It
> is possible that some kind soul has put a sqlplus shell script earlier in
> the PATH than the Oracle sqlplus executable which does something like:
> cd some-directory
> So: to check this, you try the following:
> orapr1_at_r3prdci1> *which sqlplus*
> On most unixes *which* should tell you if you have a script in the way
> (and where it is hiding).
> Otherwise, try
> orapr1_at_r3prdci1> *pwd*
> orapr1_at_r3prdci1> *sqlplus user/pass*
> SQL>* !pwd*
> Are you in the same directory as before?
> Another way you could end up in a different directory is if your shell (eg
> ksh) runs a login, .profile, or other startup file (like .bashrc) which
> includes a *cd* command. Check *man ksh* for the files that are executed
> when you launch a new shell.
> Regards Nigel