How to drop an Oracle Database using dbca in silent mode?

I have one 12c (12.2) database called "TEST" that is running in archivelog mode, and for some reason I want to drop this database. grid@test01:~$ ps -ef|grep pmongrid 11233 1 0 21:32:47 ? 0:03 asm_pmon_+ASMoracle 11360 1 0 21:33:19 ? 0:07 ora_pmon_TEST Unfortunately, I can't run dbca in GUI mode, so, I want to drop … Continue reading How to drop an Oracle Database using dbca in silent mode?

Installing Oracle Sample Schemas (19.3)

In this post, I'm going to explain how to install Oracle sample schemas, if they are not already installed. If you created a database sing DBCA , you can select to install the sample schemas: Or you can install sample schemas manually after the database creation as explained in this post. Download the Scripts: Starting … Continue reading Installing Oracle Sample Schemas (19.3)

Protected: Oracle RAC 12c Installation on Linux

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Install Error [DBT-50000] Unable to check for available memory

While creating an Oracle 19c database I received this error: Install Error [DBT-50000] Unable to check for available memory After some research, I found the following workaround, to start the dbca with specific option: dbca -J-Doracle.assistants.dbca.validate.ConfigurationParams=false This fixed the error. ThanksAhmed

Oracle Database Password file presentation

https://youtu.be/sHUMO-uVYqU ThanksAhmed

Oracle Database 19c (19.3) Installation on Windows (Step-by-Step)

This is a quick post about installing Oracle Database 19c (19.3) on my laptop (Windows 10). Procedure will be presented as screen cast. As far as I remember, Oracle 19c was released during Mar-2019 for Linux, and during Apr-2019 for SPARC Solaris and during Jun-2019 for Windows,zLinux , HP and AIX Software Download: First of … Continue reading Oracle Database 19c (19.3) Installation on Windows (Step-by-Step)

Oracle 12.2 Database Creation

This post is just a screen cast for the process of creating a new container database with two PDBs in Oracle version 12.2. Login to the database server, set the ORACLE_HOME , PATH and DISPLAY , then run the Database Configuration Assistant "dbca" as oracle user: Check the listener status and ensure that the newly … Continue reading Oracle 12.2 Database Creation