817 on Linux Create DB err-3113 on Starup Nomount
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  1. #1
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    Unhappy

    Hey Guys,

    Getting ora-3113 when attempting to create a
    database when executing startup nomount.

    The glic213 patch has been applied and have relinked oracle executables, reexecuted root.sh, listener is working, tnsping short and full name. alert log just stops at init.ora listing, no errors there. there are core dump directories in .../dbs.

    I also have reduced init.ora processes, db buffer, shared pool, etc.

    any light would help.

  2. #2
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    RESOLVED: 8i Linux Create DBA err-3113

    You MUST execute the glibc-2.1.3-stubs.tar.gz as ROOT, and then run ROOT.SH.

    Create database problem resolved.

  3. #3
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    Could you post some sort of detailed explanation of how to:

    -prepare linux for Oracle
    -install Oracle


    including versions, where you got patches, etc.

    Thanks!
    Oracle DBA and Developer

  4. #4
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    linux 817 software and patches

    Hi,

    ORACLE Install Manual for Linux 817 was used
    glibc Patch was downloaded from otn (RUN AS ROOT!)
    install instructions are with patch
    java patch was downloaded from blackdown.org
    install instructions are with patch
    ORACLE 9i migration manual was used

    be sure to unset LANG when doing 817 install be sure that
    ORACLE HOME
    LD LIBRARY PATH
    ORACLE SID
    SHLIB PATH
    PATH

    include all proper directories.

    if you search other forums, lots of people had lots of problems, good luck!

  5. #5
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    Post Patch Number

    I'm struggling to find the correct patch number for this. Can anyone advise??

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