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    I have a problem with server manager in a 8i database , i'm trying to execute svrmgrl in Aix operating system but i can't and i canīt start de database.

    please if somebody knows what i can do to load the svrmgrl, tell me .

    Thanks.

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    If the Oracle software is installed, try using sqlplus instead of svrmgrl. svrmgrl functionality is being taken over by sqlplus.
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    What is the error you are getting...?.while executing svrmgrl.
    check file under $ORACLE_HOME/bin/svrmgrl...mod 755?.
    Thanks.
    Thanigaivasan.

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    I couldn't execute sqlplus and when i try to execute svrmgrl , i have the following errors:

    0509-136 cannot load program svrmgrl because of following errors:
    0509-130 symbol resolution failed for svrmgrl because:
    0509-136 symbol pw_post (number-259) is not exported from dependent module /aix

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    Hi here is the solution from metalink for the similar problem on the same platform.....
    From: Oracle, Jaikishan Tada 28-May-01 10:16
    Subject: Re : cannot start svrmgrl
    Hi,
    It means your application needs post-wait kernel driver.
    FTP the file 'pw-syscall' and FTP executable load.exe to client machine.
    Load it to the OS kernel and your application will run fine.

    - Jaikishan
    Oracle Support Services

    From: karim oultache 28-May-01 21:38
    Subject: Re : cannot start svrmgrl
    Hi Jaikishan;
    It works. I think you very much.

    Thanks.
    Thanigaivasan



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