traceout

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I was trying to traceout

why this error

[oracle@dbadm bin]$ /u01/home/usupport> dbca > /tmp/dbca.out &
[1] 80244
[oracle@dbadm bin]$ -bash: /u01/home/usupport: No such file or directory
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What is "traceout"?  Where did you come across that term?

I see you ran something called usupport redirected that output into dbca, which is a GUI, and redirected stdout to /tmp/dbca..out then put it into the background.

You are probably lucky  /u01/home/usupport doesn't exist you you would have probably overwritten the dbca executable.

If the redirect with ">", that take the tsdout from whatever is on the left and copies it to the thing on the right.

Like:  echo "hello" > /tmp/test.txt

Then the string hello is inside that file.

Are you trying to PIPE commands from one process to another?

cat /tmp/test.txt | more

If so, I'm pretty sure you cannot pipe commands into dbca.

What are you trying to do?

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The output of dbca will be there in dbca.out
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dbca is a GUI.  There is no output unless you are doing a silent install using a response file.

In your example what is "/u01/home/usupport"?

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