use svrmgr to startup database

Posted on 2004-11-11
Last Modified: 2013-12-12

When I look at my database service in the control panel services it just says starting.

how can I use the svrmgr startup mount?

I cant remember what folder I have to be in when in Dos
Question by:joehodge

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    I found a way!

    C:\set ORACLE_SID <SID>
    C:\sqlplus /nolog
    SQL>connect internal
    SQL>connect / as sysdba
    SQL>connect sys/pass as sysdba

    then issue:

    SQL>shutdown immediate
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    Expert Comment

    svrmgrl is not supported since 9i.
    LVL 1

    Expert Comment

    In Oracle 9 you'll need to use the third way of connecting, as the "internal" account doesn't exist anymore.  Then you can use "startup" to start the database :)  There is no svrmgrl in Oracle 9+, they've just consolidated everything into SQL*Plus


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