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change OS Service for Oracle to MANUAL1 person found this helpful
....and open eventvwr to see if theres anything logging in there.1 person found this helpful
My friend,1 person found this helpful
The problem is yor RAM, Need to get at least 3GB for windows 7, else the startup usually will be slow... also you can disable the unwanted applications that start during the startup which will improve your startup time.
Also, do consider using Paging memeory from your local drive insted of Ram that improves your performance... this can be found in ... Control panel, system settings, advanced settings , performance and there in virtual memeory... search in google if you have doubts....
I agree with V, you just don't have enough memory. However, you might be able to ameliorate some of the problems by setting the [url http://www.orafaq.com/wiki/Memory_target]memory_max lower, or disabling that and using the older manual settings - the details are in the manuals, but you'd be better off just getting more memory.1 person found this helpful
Show us the output of this from the sql command line, as sysdba:
Show parameter mem
For windows 7 Ultimate also, 1gb RAM is less, let alone running 11.2 on it. Besides making the database startup to be manual, do make the other services like of EM, Listener to be manually started too. Also, as soon as possible, get the RAM upgrade to at least 4gb.1 person found this helpful
Thank you all for your valuable responses.
It may be right about RAM i have....but upgrading to 3 or 4 GB will not work presently as i have other plan like bringing new laptop.
Besides, how can i change Oracle services to manual?
Meanwhile, i'll search for it in this forum or do googling...
Once again Thanks
Besides, how can i change Oracle services to manual?Run->services.msc
You would find the Oracle Services, stop the service, right click the service and Properties and select the Startup Type to be Manual.
Hope this helps and if your issue is resolved consider closing the thread. :)
Thank You Shiva