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  1. #1
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    problem while creating a database

    hi,
    When i am trying to create a database in the oracle8i it is showing some error [ora-00600]" internal errocode arruguements" and ora-01034 "oracle not found."If i remove the RAM(MEMORY) of the system and keep only one slot of RAM database getting created.And can any body help me and tell me internal password of a database by default.

    Thank You

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    That's, pretty strange question. What's common between the error and the internal password?
    The ora-600 is internal oracle error and should be reported to Oracle support.
    About the INTERNAL... it is desupported as of 9i. Although you run 8.1.7, it is better to start using
    connect sys/password as sysdba
    instead of
    connect internal

    Regards

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    I Need Default Internal Password For A Database

    HI
    when I am going delete the database by using oracle configuration assitant ,it is asking enter internal password.so please if any one knows the default password of Internal in oracle 8i reply me
    Thank you

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    Try change_on_install. If does not work you can reset this password using:

    orapwd file PWDdb01.ora password change_on_install

    where PWDdb01.ora is PWDyourSIDhere.ora and after that copy this new file into $ORACLE_HOME/dbs for UNIX envs or %ORACLE_HOME%/database for Windows envs.
    Regards,

    Carlos Duarte
    Oracle Applications DBA

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    I think default password for internal is "oracle"

    Regards
    Amit

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