Re: question about startup nomount in windows 2003 64x

From: ddf <>
Date: Mon, 5 Mar 2012 08:32:36 -0800 (PST)
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On Mar 4, 10:54 pm, Havel Zhang <> wrote:
> hi All:
>      I have a windows server 2003 64x, and I installed oracle 10g
> 64x software only. After that, I want to using dbca to create
> a database named e.g. dbserver. But install suspended when progress
> bar  at 2%. Then, I using dbca create a script and running commands
> after the script said. I found the problem is on startup nomount
> command. So, I tested as follow step:
>     1. I create a pfile,say: dbpfile.ora,just have one line:
> db_name="dbserver"
>     2. oradim -new -sid dbserver #create instance
>     3. set oracle_sid=dbserver  #set env
>     4.  sqlplus /nolog
>     5. conn / as sysdba;
>     6. startup nomount pfile='dbpfile.ora';  --which dbfile.ora just
> have one line: db_name="dbserver"
>     then, startup running,running and running ... without any  error
> message.
>    When Oracle in startup nomount level, Oracle just start process and
> allocate memory for it. Any one come cross the same problem?
>    Can u help me or give me some clue? Thank you! :)

If the install 'suspended when progress bar at 2%' the installation failed to complete and you won't be able to startup an instance. You need to discovver WHY the installation failed and correct the issue, deinstall what bits did get installed and start over.

David Fitzjarrell Received on Mon Mar 05 2012 - 10:32:36 CST

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