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dear gurus

v r facing all of suddent some issue with oracle db 64 bits running on rhel 5.8

is someone can identify.

as i issue command to safely

#shutdown immediate;

but also not working

it is in archive mode

kind regards
tmsa
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I strongly suggest you work directly with Oracle Support on this one.
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