The dbstart and dbstop shell scripts do not exist on Windows platforms. Consequently Oracle database startup and shutdown is implemented completely differently. The oradim utility is used on the Windows platform to perform these tasks.
C:oracle9ibinoradim -startup -sid ORCL92 –usrpwd manager
-starttype SRVC,INST -pfile C:oracle9iadminORCL92pfileinit.ora
The following command can be used to shutdown the instance with oradim:
C:oracle9ibinoradim -shutdown -sid ORCL92 -shutttype SRVC,INST
Notice that no password is needed to perform this task.
The shuttype parameter specifies what is to be stopped – the service (SRVC), the instance (INST), or both (SRVC, INST). The shutmode specifies the method that should perform the shutdown – (A)bort, (I)mmediate, or (N)ormal.
Each operation, regardless of success, is logged in the oradim log file (ORACLE_HOMEdatabaseOraDim.Log). This file should be checked for errors after each oradim command is executed.
The oradim utility provides more than just the ability to start and stop Windows databases. oradim can create and edit databases. It also allows DBAs to configure script-based installation mechanisms, bypassing the Oracle Database Configuration Assistant’s graphical user interface (GUI).
For a reference of all oradim commands, use the oradim–help command.
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