Date: Tue, 23 Dec 2008 11:15:26 -0800 (PST)
On Dec 23, 10:25 am, croora <cro..._at_net.hr> wrote:
> ddf wrote:
> > On Dec 23, 12:47 am, croora <cro..._at_net.hr> wrote:
> >> my c drive with OS failed, oracle database was installed on drive d.
> >> how i can restore database from existing oraclexe directory?
> >> tnx
> > I hope you have a backup of your C drive or, at the least, your
> > registry, since you'll need it. The preference is to have the C drive
> > backup handy for a restore. When your restore is completed you'll
> > again be able to use your Oracle database.
> > David Fitzjarrell
> i have only oraclexe directory. how do i make cold copy of this?
> tnx- Hide quoted text -
> - Show quoted text -
It's a bit late for that, since you have no running operating system nor functioning system drive. I would suggest you replace your C drive, install the operating system then plan on installing Oracle again, and I'm afraid you'll be losing your current database unless you have in your possession a recent export of it. You've lost all of your registry settings applicable to your current Oracle installation and I don't know how you'll get them back. Possibly someone can assist you, at great cost, in recovering enough information from your failed drive to re-instate your current registry and avoid reinstalling Oracle. This, however, will require someone with knowledge and the proper tools to extract data from a 'dead' hard disk.
Possibly someone else knows of a different 'solution'.
David Fitzjarrell Received on Tue Dec 23 2008 - 13:15:26 CST