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    relink all command- How does one check and see if it is successful?

    General question

    1) relink all...how does one check and see if relink all is successfull? or what command to use to see if relink all is successful?
    I used tar xvf 9207.tar to extract 9207.tar file in /opt/app/oracle/product/9.2.0 which Oracle Home. I had to move the binaries to /opt/app/oracle/product and was asked to run "tar xvf 9207.tar 9.2.0" instead of "tar xvf 9207.tar "

    2) what's the difference between (" tar xvf 9207.tar 9.2.0") and ("tar xvf 9207.tar )
    Thanks
    Last edited by Ablakios; 05-07-2008 at 04:40 PM.
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    1) were there any errors?
    2) you have lost your inventory now - you should reinstall oracle on that server

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    Davey,
    There was alot of output on the screen after relink all command. Just want to know if there is file to look for after relink all just to make sure it was successful.
    Arsene Lupain
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    you should pipe the output to a file so you can check it

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    Talking

    You can execute again any time when db/listener/etc... is shutdown. This time pipe the output to file.
    "The person who says it cannot be done should not interrupt the person doing it." --Chinese Proverb

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