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    Question Post-Install Database Migration

    Gentlemen,

    I'm trying to update Oracle to the latest version via the most recent patch for 64-bit Solaris machines.

    The process has gone smoothly up until the post-installation configuration.

    It says that to complete the installation, I should start up my database and the TNS listener service, and then run the 'startupmigrate' script from $ORACLE_HOME. However, I can't seem to find any 'startupmigrate' script from anywhere inside the main Oracle directory, and typing 'startupmigrate' in SQL*Plus doesn't seem to work either.

    Do any of you folks have advice that might be helpful? I don't have access to Oracle's MetaLink yet.

    Thanks a lot in advance!

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    where does it say that?

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    It should be
    Code:
           
           startup migrate
    Sam
    Thanx
    Sam



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    Originally posted by sambavan
    It should be
    Code:
           
           startup migrate
    Sam
    Yeah, you're right. The instructions have an error and I didn't expect that they would, so I didn't try separating the two.

    Thanks a lot.

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    hi
    you have to log in as a sys user, and startup migrate is one of the startup method from oracle9.2.0.1 onwards.

    so don't look for the script.

    hope this helps
    nat
    Nat

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    slight correction, log in as sysdba

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