Oracle database configuration assistant: error

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Hi folks,

I was installing Oracle9i Application Server when suddenly got a problem. The pre-installation task were okay the setting of environment variable. I got at least 1GB of swap configured before I run the installer, I have a fully qualified domain name(FQDN) specified for the installation and I got no problem with that . But while I am installing the infrastructure, there are several errors occurred and some of them were said to be an expected behavior and fixed that already. The only thing that I haven't configured yet is the error saying:


Oracle Database configuration Assistant: ERROR

                ORA-01503: CREATE CONTROLFILE failed

If you have experienced this kind of error and have fixed this, your advice,opinions and suggestions are very much welcome.

Thanks!

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Answered By 0 points N/A #125586

Oracle database configuration assistant: error

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Hi Stephen,

Try this solution. Maybe because your control script has been changed that is why the syntax appeared. Create a new controlfile in the database and use the word SET in the NEW CONTROLFILE COMMAND. Follow the script below after doing it.

Scripting:

STARTUP NOMOUNT PFILE='F:/PFILE.ORA'

CREATE CONTROLFILE REFUSE SET DATABASE "arjucl" RESETLOGS

ARCHIVELOG

MAXLOGFILES16

MAXLOGMEMBERS3

MAXDATAFILES100

MAXINSTANCES8

MAXLOGHISTORY292

LOGFILE

GROUP1 'F:ORACLEARJUCLREDO01.LOG' 50M,

GROUP2 'F:ORACLEARJUCLREDO02.LOG' 50M,

GROUP3 'F:ORACLEARJUCLREDO03.LOG' 50M

DATAFILE

'F:ORACLEARJUCLSYSTEM01.DBF',

'F:ORACLEARJUCLUNDOTBS01.DBF',

'F:ORACLEARJUCLSYSAUX01.DBF',

 'F:ORACLEARJUCLUSERS01.DBF',

'F:ORACLEARJUCLEXAMPLE01.DBF',

'F:ORACLEARJUCLTEST_TBS01.DBF',

CHARACTER SET WE8MSWIN1252;

That's it! Now run the SQL>@ f:controlfile.cl. To test if this will work out. Hope this will help you to solve the problems!

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Answered By 0 points N/A #125587

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Hi Stephen Messer,

The solution given above is ZenRod is quite good.Here is the script:
Please try this scrip as well to resetlogs with sysDBA user privilege.  First shutdown your database using command SHUTDOWN IMMEDIATE, then startup your database in nomount state using this command STARTUP NOMOUNT after that write down the following scrip to reset logs as mostly archiving is enabled.

SQL> CREATE CONTROLFILE SET DATABASE "ORCL" RESETLOGS ARCHIVELOG
            MAXLOGFILES 200
            MAXLOGMEMBERS 2
            MAXDATAFILES 100
            MAXINSTANCES 10
            MAXLOGHISTORY 22000;

  •  These values could vary according to your DB requirements.
  •  After these steps, startup your database first to mount and then to open state. It will resolve your problem.

Regards

Amelia

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