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You can stop the service, or the instance, or both, using the ORADIM utility. If you don t specify the service or the instance, the values specified in your Windows registry will be used as the default values. The following two examples show how to use the SHUTDOWN option of the ORADIM utility to shut down the database service and the instance. C:> ORADIM -SHUTDOWN -SID FINANCE C:> ORADIM -SHUTDOWN -SID FINANCE SHUTTYPE SRVC, INST
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When you use the Oracle Database Configuration Assistant to create a database, whether at the time you install the software or later on, Oracle will use the ORADIM utility to create the service. When you create a database manually in UNIX, there is no need to create a separate service for it, but in Windows systems you need to specifically create the database service after you create the database. You use the ORADIM utility to manually create the service. The following example illustrates how to create the instance for the FINANCE database: C:> ORADIM -NEW -SIDFINANCE -SRVC ORACLESERVICEFINANCE -INTPWD NEWPASS1 -STARTMODE AUTO
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If you need to change some of the important values, such as the instance name or the start-up mode, you can use the ORADIM utility with the EDIT command, as shown here: C:> ORADIM -EDIT -SID FINANCE -NEWSID NEWFIN
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CHAPTER 20 MANAGING ORACLE DATABASES ON WINDOWS AND LINUX SYSTEMS
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Finally, you can delete an instance using the ORADIM utility, as shown in the following two examples. The first command will delete the database instance, and the second, the database service: C:> ORADIM -DELETE -SID FINANCE C:> ORADIM -DELETE -SRVC FINANCE
Using the Oracle Administration Assistant for NT
Oracle Database 10g provides you with a graphical tool called the Oracle Administration Assistant for Windows NT, which makes it easy for you to configure users, administrators, and their roles. In addition, you can use the Administration Assistant to start and stop the databases. The Oracle Administration Assistant for Windows NT appears as part of the MMC window on your Windows server. These are the tasks you can perform with the help of the Oracle Administration Assistant for Windows NT: Create local and external operating system database roles for Windows domain users. Create and grant local and external operating system database roles to users and groups. Configure Windows DBAs and operators to access the database without a password. Start and stop the Oracle Service. Configure automatic startup and shutdown of the Oracle database along with the Oracle Service. Modify the Oracle home Windows registry parameters without using Regedit or Regedit32. The Oracle Administration Assistant for Windows NT is covered in detail in the following sections.
Starting the Oracle Administration Assistant for Windows NT
You can start the Oracle Administration Assistant for Windows NT by clicking the Start button and selecting Programs Oracle Configuration and Migration Tools Administration Assistant for Windows. Once the Oracle Administration Assistant for Windows GUI shows up, in the left pane you can choose Oracle Managed Objects Computers Your_Computer_Name Databases, as shown in Figure 20-2. When you click a database name, you can create and modify settings for several important variables. You can choose to modify or add database administrators, database operators, and Oracle homes from here.
Viewing Process Information
The Oracle Administration Assistant for Windows NT lets you view the process information for your Oracle database. It also enables you to kill a specified process. Figure 20-3 shows the Process Information window, which you can reach by selecting Process Information from the Action menu.
CHAPTER 20 MANAGING ORACLE DATABASES ON WINDOWS AND LINUX SYSTEMS
Figure 20-2. The Oracle Administration Assistant for Windows NT GUI
Figure 20-3. The Oracle Administration Assistant for Windows NT Process Information window
Starting and Stopping the Oracle Service and the Database
You can use the Oracle Administration Assistant for Windows NT to start and stop the database instance, the Oracle Service, or both. You can also alter the settings that determine whether your database will come up automatically along with the service. You change these settings by first right-clicking the appropriate Oracle home in the drop-down list of Oracle homes in the Navigation pane and selecting Properties. You can then edit the start and stop parameters in the Oracle Home Properties window.
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