oracle shutdown Automatic

Posted on 2007-10-01
Last Modified: 2013-12-19
I just install Oracle 9i with Starter Database on windows 2003 and then create a new Oracle Database through command line. When I am shutdown the windows server 2003 my newly create Oracle database is shutdown Automatic
When I start again the windows the Default Oracle (Starter Database) is not shutdown Automatic
Both Oracle Services for newly Database and Starter Database is Start Automatic

How to fix it


Question by:patmoli
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    Accepted Solution

    Use the Admin Assistant to set your Startup/Shutdown options (Shutdown in this case)

    Or modify the registry, find your database's entries and set ORA_SHUTDOWN to "true"

    See the "Administrator's Guide for Windows" for more details
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    Author Comment

    Hi sdstuber:

    Thanks for give a good hint
    When i am looking in detail we need to set  entries in Windows Registry   ORA_SID_AUTOSTART = TRUE
    as well (check SID is must be your New DB Name ) to Start the database Automatic
    check Oracle Services as well


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