RE: Oracle on Windows
Date: Wed, 11 Feb 2009 14:26:17 -0500
Your databases may be using spfile instead of initSID.ora file. Please check and modify it by using alter system set processes=xxxx scope=spfile;
and then bounce the database.
Please check for %ORACLE_HOME%/database directory for spfile*.
Subject: Oracle on WindowsDate: Wed, 11 Feb 2009 14:21:33 -0500From: Brian.Zelli_at_RoswellPark.orgTo: oracle-l_at_freelists.org
We have an 3 instances of 10g on a windows server. I needed to change the number of processes. So I edited the init file, changed the processes, saved it and then bounced the instance. When I do a v$parameter on processes, I still get the old number. What the heck is wrong? Do I have to stop the service at all? Restart it before I bring up the database? I did set the sid for that instance before I logged in.
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