i ran root.sh with no problem. or error..
i created my DB usign a script provided by my application vendor.
as oracle user i can enter to this directory.
my application is working fine..but i need to access through listener.
am I missing something
Hans Forbrich <hforbric_suse@(protected):
On Tuesday 12 October 2004 07:37, Mohammad N. Tina wrote:
> I have oracle 9i on suse8.2,
> i am trying to acces my data through listener but i got the following error
: error occurred at recursive SQL level 1
: error in opening database file 1
: data file 1: '/home/asy/rdbms/ASYDB/sys01ASYDB.dbf'
: unable to open file
> Linux Error: 13: Permission denied
> Additional information: 3
> i configured my listern thorugh oracle netmgr,
> i aslo configured TNS , but the test did not work.??
This has nothing to do with the Listener.
Basically all directories under /home/asy/rdbms/ must be writeable by the
Oracle user that owns the Oracle process (the same one that did the install )
Comes about frequently when the person installing the Oracle software misses
running the final 'root.sh' manually in the install process, or when copying
the database files from one machine to another instead of using DBCA.
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