Re: Backup script runs on AIX but not on Linux

From: Tim Gorman <>
Date: Mon, 05 Jan 2009 17:21:01 -0700
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This is not the problem you are seeing, but the next one you see might
be this -- Linux has its own "rman" executable, to
reverse-compile UNIX "man" pages.  So, be sure to specify "$ORACLE_HOME/bin/rman"
(instead of just "rman") in your shell scripts on Linux...

J. Dex wrote:
I've got a backup script that runs fine on AIX.  I copied it over to Linux, but it doesn't work and I get the following when trying to execute it which looks like something related to the shell:
oracle:/u01/app/tools> ./ sidname
ksh: ./ No such file or directory
I have already:
Checked to make sure there are rwx permissions on the file
Made sure that /ksh is in the /bin/ksh directory as specified by the file
Checked to make sure that /bin/ksh is listed for Oracle in /etc/passwd
Any ideas? 

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-- Received on Mon Jan 05 2009 - 18:21:01 CST

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