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    Okay I have 8.1.7 installed on Win 2K Pro it was working just fine, I have not changed anything, All the services are running fine, but when I tried to connect I got Folloing error.

    ORA-27101: shared memory realm does not exist


    Thanks in Advance

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    from sqlplus windows or dos?

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    Both...

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    check and make sure that your environment had been set properly. i.e ORACLE_SID and ORACLE_HOME


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    Everything seams to be fine, but still the same error.

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    Choose the database configuration assistant and look into updating your database to 8.1.7. This could occour when you have a wrong oracle_home, or oracle_sid set. Or on the case where your database was created on a different version and the you are trying to use the higher listner version or so...

    Need more information:

    1. Is this a fresh install or an upgrade?
    2. Others

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    Fresh install, I did it yesturday. It was working fine but today I'm getting all these errors.

    I 'm trying to connect to pre configured Database that comes with the CD, so no upgrade or manual configuration was done.

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    Try the above one by one and see whether you were able to solve it:

    1.Chnage SQLNET.AUTHENTICATION_SERVICES= (NTS) in
    %ORACLE_HOME%/network/admin/sqlnet.ora file and see whether you were able to succeed.

    2. Check your registry and see

    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\ORACLE\...\ORA_ORCL_AUTOSTART = FALSE

    and Try changing it to TRUE and see whether you were able to succeed.



    Curtesy to Metalink

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    Sam,

    I think I run to this problem too after I aplly the patches for 8.1.7 . this is upgrade from 8.1.6 to 8.1.7

    can you tell me what happened here ???

    thanks

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    Well since it was a demo database I just deleted it and recreated it, now it works fine. Thanks

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