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Posted on 2004-09-08
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Hello,

I created a new TEST database in Oracle 9i under the Red Hat Enterprise 3 (WS) server.
I have an export dump file of about 117 Mbytes.

I tried to import the dump file to my new Test DB, but ran into the following PBs.

IMP-00058: Oracle Error 1034 encountered
ORA-01034: Oracle not available
ORA-27101: Shared Memory Realm does not exists
Linux Error 2: no such file or directory
IMP-00005: All available logon attempts have failed
IMP-00000: Import terminated successfully

What am I doing wrong ?
How can I go about resolving these issues ?

Note: I have 4-5 tablespaces, 16 rollback segments and about 10 users.
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Did you have LISTENER process up and running?

try

$lsnrctl status |grep "STATUS"




Is your database up and running?

$ps -ef | grep ora



see if your have oracle database process are up and running.
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