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creating a database using DBCA on Oracle 10g running on Windows 2003 Server

Posted on 2004-08-28
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whenever i try to create a database i get the following error:
DIM-00019: create service error
O/S-Error: (OS 1388) a new member could not be added to local group because the member has the wrong account type

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Question by:bilgehanyildirim
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the workaround:

- Start DBCA to create a database
- Get the error O/S-ERROR: (OS 1388).  Don't Stop it here.
- Go to Services and start service "oracleservice(ORACLE_SID)"
for example : Start > Control Panel > Services > Start OracleServiceORCL
- Continue Installation.
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by:annamalai77
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hi

its the permission of the user. u should be a administrator to start and stop the service.

regards
annamalai
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by:TEACOMP
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This solution is correct for creating a local database but
the error ( dim-00019) still exist when dbca trying to create ASM
instance in creating RAC database.
Please I need solution for this error

Thanks
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by:Duratek
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I had the exact same problem.  I discovered that my problem was I was trying to install Oracle 10g on a Domain Controller.  I also tried the suggested fix about starting the service manually, and that worked - - - until I restarted my server, at which point the database would not start.

I fixed the problem by demoting my computer from a Windows 2003 Domain Server to a simple file-server.  I then disabled all the oracle services in the Services panel, removed references to Oracle from the registry, rebooted, and installed Oracle 10g without a single hitch.

I believe the problem is that the Oracle installer requires a local computer account with sufficient privleges - but on a Win2003 Domain Controller, there are no local machine accounts - only Active Directory accounts.  So, by demoting the Domain Controller to just a file-server, I re-enabled local machine accounts.

Note that demoting a domain controller is a significant change, not to be undertaken lightly.   But, since this was just my test-bed machine, I didn't mind doing it.

Hope this helps - Steve Capps from Durtaek Inc.  
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