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Thread: Oms - How Start Service On W2000?

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    Oms - How Start Service On W2000?

    Hi, all!!

    I´ve folloed all steps related on http://download-west.oracle.com/docs...a96673/ch3.htm document (Configuring and controlling the management server), but I am not getting to start MANAGEMENTSERVER Service. It returns no error message. When I try to use OEMCL START OMS, just get a message saying me to type "NET HELPMSG 3534", Wich says me to contact network administrator, only.

    I have oracle 9i installed.

    Can someone help me?? How can I Start this service.

    Without it, I can´t use some important tools to configure ans manage my DB!!!

    I would realy appreciate any help!!

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    What's in the $ORACLE_HOME\sysman\log\oms.nohup ?
    Tomaž
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    Did you install the repository.-- using the enterprise manager configuratio assistant?
    That link leads nowhere BTW.
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    1. Create the OEM repository.
    2. On Windows 2000, you can start and stop the Agent Services: Go to Start menu = Settings = Control Panel = Administrative Tools = Services. Select the OracleAgent service.
    3. Connect using oem console. login as oem superuser.

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    Thanks for all your reply!!
    In my oms.nohup, I get an ora 12640 ERROR. Fail starting autentication adapter.

    Any suggestion?? I realy don´t understand what it mean and what have I to do to fix it!!

    Maybe I am a fool asking it, but, in other hand, I am trying to learn to leave to be!!!

    thanks All!

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    The fix is

    Code:
      Remove the line sqlnet.authentication_services=(NTS)  from the   
      ORACLE_HOME\network\admin\sqlnet.ora file on the client and server 
      or set sqlnet.authentication_services=(NONE)
    -Sam
    Thanx
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    Realy thanks!!

    This last reply fixed a little piece of my problem, and I am realy happy, ´cause it seams like we are finding the line to follow to fix definitely it.

    I am still not getting to start service, but now error is 12154 TNS could not resolve service name.

    Listen!! My db, where repository is located, is configured, I have a lot of users acessing it. In my tnsnames.ora, I have a key pointing to it, with Enterprise Manager Console I get access to it, in NETManager, I get access to.

    So, I think that problem is in another place, but I don´t know where.
    Please, help me!!!!

    Realy, Realy thanks to all!!

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    In $ORACLE_HOME\sysman\config\omsconfig.properties find value for OEM.REPOSITORY.DATABASE.
    Can you tnsping this value?
    Tomaž
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    Yes, I can TNSPING to this value!!

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    Do you have more Oracle Homes on this box?
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