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SQL1326N : file or directory cannot be accessed

Hello,

using 10g I'm trying to create a database in the instance 'bruno' but
receive error code :

SQL1326N  The file or directory "/home/bruno/" cannot be accessed

Platform is Linux and I tried :
chmod 777 /home/bruno 
chmod -R 777 /home/bruno/sqllib/

but without success.
Thanks for any clue.

Bye,
Bruno

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10/8/2006 10:50:23 PM
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Bruno Costacurta wrote:
> Hello,
>
> using 10g I'm trying to create a database in the instance 'bruno' but
> receive error code :
>
> SQL1326N  The file or directory "/home/bruno/" cannot be accessed
>
> Platform is Linux and I tried :
> chmod 777 /home/bruno
> chmod -R 777 /home/bruno/sqllib/
>
> but without success.
> Thanks for any clue.

Usually you create a unix user to own the oracle software and
executables ( often the unix user created is "oracle" ) and then some
groups such as oinstall and dba.

Did you do that? Do an ll  ( or ls -la perhaps on linux ) on the oracle
executable ... what does it look like?

Typically you create datatabases in different directories than /home
.... such as /u02/oradata etc.

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johnbhurley (2707)
10/8/2006 11:39:13 PM
On Sun, 08 Oct 2006 16:39:13 -0700, hpuxrac wrote:

> Usually you create a unix user to own the oracle software and
> executables ( often the unix user created is "oracle" ) and then some
> groups such as oinstall and dba.

One usually starts by reading documentation available on the internet.
When doing that, one must have in mind that internet is not a truck, it's
a series of tubes. One can use those tubes to get Oracle documentation
from http://tahiti.oracle.com or http://technet.oracle.com.

-- 
http://www.mladen-gogala.com

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10/9/2006 12:13:29 AM
hpuxrac wrote:

> 
> Bruno Costacurta wrote:
>> Hello,
>>
>> using 10g I'm trying to create a database in the instance 'bruno' but
>> receive error code :
>>
>> SQL1326N  The file or directory "/home/bruno/" cannot be accessed
>>
>> Platform is Linux and I tried :
>> chmod 777 /home/bruno
>> chmod -R 777 /home/bruno/sqllib/
>>
>> but without success.
>> Thanks for any clue.
> 
> Usually you create a unix user to own the oracle software and
> executables ( often the unix user created is "oracle" ) and then some
> groups such as oinstall and dba.
> 
> Did you do that? Do an ll  ( or ls -la perhaps on linux ) on the oracle
> executable ... what does it look like?
> 
> Typically you create datatabases in different directories than /home
> ... such as /u02/oradata etc.
> 

My apologies. Errors were not linked with Oracle.
Many thanks for your attention.

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pubmb02 (2)
10/9/2006 5:45:44 AM
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