Re: RAC 10.2 on ASM, windows - How to create pfile from spfile (ASM)
Date: Sun, 20 Jan 2008 19:12:33 +0000
Mark D Powell wrote:
> On Jan 18, 10:53 am, gazzag <gar..._at_jamms.org> wrote:
>> On 18 Jan, 15:45, Pedro Lopes <pedro.lo..._at_netvisao.pt> wrote: >> >>> Hi all, >>> how can I create a pfile (on filesystem) from spfile, if spfile is on ASM. >>> I cannot open my db with startup nomount. >>> I have an ORA-00371: not enough shared pool memory >>> I'm trying to fix this but cannot create the pfile. >>> thanks, >>> pedro >> SQL> create pfile = '<path>/<filename>' from spfile; >> >> HTH >> >> -g
> pedro, you also have the option of starting the database using an
> init.ora that you create. Once started via the init.ora should be
> able to access the existing spfile to make the necessary changes and
> then restart the instance using the spfile.
> It is a pretty good idea to extract an onit.ora backup of the spfile
> on a regular basis and direct this file to a backup area. While you
> are making text backups also dump the control file to trace on a
> regular basis. In the event of a major diaster having these text
> backups can prove useful.
> HTH -- Mark D Powell --
Thanks for the advice :)
I was able to recreate the pfile, edit and replace the spfile using :
SQL> create pfile = '<path>/<filename>' from spfile='DISK_GROUP/../spfile';
btw, the database don't need to be in nomount.
pedro Received on Sun Jan 20 2008 - 13:12:33 CST