Are you using a directory alias?
for example, directory /u01/d001/disk/oracle/ has an alias '/h' , so /u01/d001/disk/oracle/ = /h/oracle/ .
If you are using a directory alias , even though both are pointing to the same directory, Oracle could understand differently, so use one in env and init.ora.
I hope that this will be helpful.
11-17-2000, 06:48 AM
Are you sure other OS users have their ORACLE_SID environment variable setted?
This should be the problem if with
works fine for everyone
11-17-2000, 08:44 AM
oradbadmin, ORACLE_SID is set in the env. On top of it, I am again setting ORACLE_SID before running the sqlplus command.
chobo, there are NO aliasas for the directories.
11-17-2000, 10:50 AM
Finally, i was able to locate the problem.
$ chmod 7555 $ORACLE_HOME/bin/oracle
I was missing 7555 to the oracle executable in the bin direcotry.
Now, I have figured out a fastest way to migrate the entire ORACLE folder
and start it up on a different machine thus, avoiding to use Intsaller and create
database etc.... Of course, it would work as long as the OS is identical.
Thanks everyone for all your help.
11-17-2000, 10:58 AM
sysdba, I think you are correct.
When you have told me to do:
$ chmod 7555 $ORACLE_HOME/bin/oracle, instead I did:
$ chmod 7555 $ORACLE_HOME/bin. I didn't read your response carefully :-)