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    where is command.exe (srvmgl) reside

    Dear All:

    Please can u show me where is reside the srvmgl.exe file to run it I can't find it in the 9i oracle version.

    samad

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    obsolete from 9i

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    as usually it will be in the bin directory but i can't find there at all

    try it and let me know.

    samad

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    Who are you telling to try this?

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    yes my self i have window2003 server and oracle 9i i have checked out ib BIN directory I can't find it at all dear please lety me know that .

    samad

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    Do you understand what does OBSOLETE mean?

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    Dear Mr. Pando,

    Lesson I know svrmgrl always in the BIN directory all version in oracle I have just found dgmgrl.exe. Just let me know its cause my installation problems or what. Donít be over smart here I have just notice here that I could not run svrmgl.exe in oracle 9i that its, you take it weak point of a man ? I think u r from India all Indians nature are same once again u show that here ok.
    Last edited by Abdus.samad; 01-07-2007 at 11:41 PM.

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    I dont understood why you were still asking where is svrmgrl.exe when I have already told you since beginning that it is obsolete!

    Not being smart huh, purely language problems, and that is why I asked if you know what does OBSOLETE mean.

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    Wink

    Dear Abdus,
    Pls make sure that u dont hurt INDIANS again by making statement like this.........

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    Hi Samad,
    svrngrl utility does not exist in oracle 9i.It is of no use looking for it in bin directory or anywhere. You do all the things from sqlplus what you used to do in svrmgrl
    btw: where are you from?
    Edit:
    I am guessing you are from Pakistan
    There are three kinds of lies: Lies, damned lies, and benchmarks...

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    Oracle DBA

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