Database configuration assistant warning: Error starting Database control 11g

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Hi, I am running the Ubuntu 10.04 LTS-the Lucid on my computer; the virtual box, window XP32-bit on the virtual box are all installed on it successfully, however, when installing the oracle database 11g r1, I had an error message “database configuration assistant warning: Error starting Database control 11g”

What could possibly be happening and how do I fix the problem? 

Please help where possible.

Here are some of the last three screen shots of the installation process.
















Database Configuration Assistant : Warning

Enterprise manager configuration failed due to the following
error –
Error Starting Database Control
Refer to the log file at C
for more details
You can registry configuring this database with Enterprise
Manager later by manually running













Database creation complete. For details checkthe logfiles at:

Database information:
Global Database Name: DB11G.WORLD
System ldentifier(SlD): DB11G
Server Parameter Filename: /uO1/app/oracle/product/11.1.0/db_1/dbs/spfileDB11G.ora
The Database Control URL is https://ole45.localdomain:1158/em
Management Repository has been placed in secure mode wherein Enterprise Manager data
will be encrypted. The encryption key has been placed in the file:
ora. Please ensure this file is backed up as the encrypted data will become unusable if this
file is lost.
Note: All database accounts except SYS, SY':TEM, DBSNMP, and SYSMAN are locked. Select
the Password Management button to view a complete list of locked accounts or to manage
the database accounts(e><cept DBSNMP and SYSMAN). From the Password Management
window, unlock onlythe accounts you will use. Oracle Corporation strongly recommends
changing the default passwords immediately after unlocking the account.
                                                               Password Management…


Answered By 0 points N/A #160003

Database configuration assistant warning: Error starting Database control 11g



I see that you are facing a problem while installing oracle 11g. Check the user passwords for any errors. If everything is okay, follow the steps below:

1. Restart the oem configuration and set it up again. If the problem still persists, go to the next step.

2. Uninstall oracle 11g from your computer completely.

3. Now install oragle 11g again and setup the oem configuration without any errors.

4. After setting up the oem configuration, restart the computer.

5. Then set up the environment variables that you need and also the default variables.

This should solve your problem.

Hope this information helps you.

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