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ORE installation issue

3565899
3565899 Member Posts: 5
edited Oct 10, 2017 9:31PM in R Technologies

Hi all,

When installing the ORE in my surface pro with window 10, it gave me the error message as follows, after running the server.bat,

C:\OREserver>server.bat

Oracle R Enterprise 1.5.1 Server.

Copyright (c) 2012, 2017 Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.

Checking platform .................. Pass
Checking R ......................... Pass
Checking R libraries ............... Pass
Checking ORACLE_HOME ............... Pass
Checking ORACLE_SID ................ Pass
Checking sqlplus ................... find: '/c': No such file or directory
find: '/v': No such file or directory
find: '': No such file or directory
Missing operand.
Pass
Checking ORACLE instance ........... Pass
Checking CDB/PDB ................... Fail
  ERROR: cannot install ORE in a root container
PDB to use for ORE installation [list]: PDBORCL
Checking CDB/PDB ................... find: '/c': No such file or directory
find: '/v': No such file or directory
find: '': No such file or directory
( was unexpected at this time.

C:\OREserver>

Since then I still had no clue to get around this, even though searching all over online. Does anyone know how to resolve it?

Thanks for comment/suggestion!

FS

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  • Sherry Lamonica-Oracle
    Sherry Lamonica-Oracle Posts: 437 Employee
    edited Oct 10, 2017 4:43PM Accepted Answer

    FS,

    It looks like something is overriding the Windows find.exe.  Check for another find.exe installed on your system, and verify if this find.exe listed in your PATH environment variable before the Windows find.exe (C:\Windows\System32\find.exe. If this is the problem, place the Windows find.exe in PATH first so the correct find.exe is used by the ORE server installer.

    Sherry

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  • Sherry Lamonica-Oracle
    Sherry Lamonica-Oracle Posts: 437 Employee
    edited Oct 10, 2017 4:43PM Accepted Answer

    FS,

    It looks like something is overriding the Windows find.exe.  Check for another find.exe installed on your system, and verify if this find.exe listed in your PATH environment variable before the Windows find.exe (C:\Windows\System32\find.exe. If this is the problem, place the Windows find.exe in PATH first so the correct find.exe is used by the ORE server installer.

    Sherry

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  • 3565899
    3565899 Member Posts: 5
    edited Oct 10, 2017 9:31PM

    Sherry,

    Thank you very much - as you suggested, I checked all find.exe, and indeed there is a RTool find.exe shown before the Windows find.exe got called.

    After switching the order of PATH environment variables, the ORE installer ran to the successful end.

    Thanks again!

    FS

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