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    processes in unix vs. services in windoz

    Hi beloved friends,

    AIX 5L
    Oracle 10g (and i have just applied 10.1.0.3).

    Im confused which processes(services) i have to start first in AIX.
    Unlike windows they are automated. I just identified the following
    processes under AIX, which i create a script to start manually.

    1. lsnrctl start
    2. ompnctl start
    3. ompnctl startproc ias-component=HTTP_Server
    3. emctl start dbconsole
    4. isqlplusctl start
    5. (database startup)

    Did i miss anything here? Do I have to start it in the right sequence?

    I noticed also that since I installed the 10.1.0.3 patch, the
    emctl start dbconsole took a very long time to complete like 15 min.
    and I cant run it on the client web URL. I now got error now "THE
    PAGE CANNOT BE DISPLAYED". But my isqlplus and htmldb are fine.

    I also noticed that when i issue ompnctl start, there is a process
    that eats up 89% CPU utilization when i list my "ps aux". Is this
    normal for this ompnctl proc?

    Pls help....
    Thanks a lot

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    Hi Friends,

    I solved my problem on dbconsole by running:

    $ emctl start agent



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    Hi again,

    I am now trying to use web based (OEM) dbconsole to startup/shutdown
    a remote database on aix 5L. I was asked to sign in the (O.S.) host
    credentials. I entered the O.S. user "oracle" and its password.
    But i got an error "NMO not setuid-root".
    How do i setuid root the oracle id?

    Thanks a lot

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    run root.sh, check permissions.

    might've taken lesser time to look it up on metalink..

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