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DBCA DB Creation PB

Posted on 2004-09-08
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Hello,

While creating an Oracle 9i Test Database using the DBCA,
I ran into the following error messages:

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ORA-01034: Oracle not available
ORA-27101: Shared memory realm does not exists
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ORA-09925: Unable to create audit trail file
ORA-01017: Invalid username/password: logon denied
ORA-01031: insufficient priviledges
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How can I go about resolving these issues ?

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You may have an existing database by the same name.

try to start DBCA, and choose configure an existing database instead of creating a new database...

you will see what I mean
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