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    Unhappy Oracle 9i and Win2000 Prof. Server : error with Control Files

    I have installed Oracle 9.2 on to a Win2000 Prof. Server.
    I have a set of std. scripts that create my database for me.
    These scripts have worked on a Win2000 Workstation build.

    When I create the database with the Oradim statement, the control files do not get created.
    I am using
    oradim -new -sid LON9 -intpwd oracle -startmode a -pfile d:\oracle\product\v92\database\LON9\initlon9.ora

    The initlon9 is attached, and yes I have checked that the directory structure is correct.

    I have also included the log files that were produced.

    As anybody experianced this problem before.

    Thanks

    Chris.
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    Re: Oracle 9i and Win2000 Prof. Server : error with Control Files

    Originally posted by cshore
    When I create the database with the Oradim statement, the control files do not get created.
    I am using
    oradim -new -sid LON9 -intpwd oracle -startmode a -pfile d:\oracle\product\v92\database\LON9\initlon9.ora
    oradim doesnot create a database it just creates a service, and in the above case started the instance.

    You need to give create database command for creating the database.
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    And what are you using - Windows 2000 Professional, or Windows 2000 Server? What is Windows 2000 Professional Server?

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    Sorry, Windows 2000 Server.

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