Very unusual error there, something not right with the memory setup. Was there a change in the physical memory? Have never had the pleasure of installing AD (or aborting an install, either) not sure what AD does with the host. But if its anything like a PDC the only thing you want do with an AD server is ... make sure it stays up. And healthy.OER 7451 in Load Indicator : Error Code = OSD-04500: illegal option specified
O/S-Error: (OS 1) Incorrect function. !
Follow the deinstall steps, and run the installer again. A sqlplus sysdba connection is required to do a shutdown. Leave the ...serviceXE running, or you'll get the TNS:protocol error. Open a command box and:how to shut down
968294 wrote:You mean ORA_DBA group, not user?
I first noticed there was no ORA_DBA user. I created one.
This allowed me to start the serviceXE however I could not connect to http://127.0.0.1:8080/apex/f?p=4950 so I proceeded with your further suggestions.How come, when service was able to start, you still decided to reinstall?
13. copied in new filesWhat files exactly?
16. SQL> startup mount;At least the database needs to be open first, before we can expect the "Get started" application to work.
16. SQL> alter database open resetlogs;
alter database open resetlogs
ERROR at line 1:
ORA-01139: RESETLOGS option only valid after an incomplete database recovery
I cannot connect to http://127.0.0.1:8080/apex/f?p=4950 at this point*
You mean ORA_DBA group, not user?Correct.
How come, when service was able to start, you still decided to reinstall?To try and solve as expeditiously as possible I assume.
What files exactly?C:\ORACLEXE\APP\ORACLE\ORADATA\XE\APEX_1303222700452456.DBF
From here it looks like you may have forgotten the control file (which is required to open the "previous" database) and possibly spfile.OK, how can we do that? I feel like we're close. What's next?
At least the database needs to be open first, before we can expect the "Get started" application to work.
Yes, if the database startup mount; works the controlfile ought to be OK. In the XE "out of the box" setup controlfile is one of the *dbf files same folder as the datarfiles. To see which one it is, with a system or sysdba connection:how can we do that? I feel like we're close.
show parameter controlC:\Users\Administrator.DISMART>sqlplus /nolog