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Starting and Stopping Database on Windows

First,

Go to Control Panel --> Administrative Tools --> Click on Services icon.

This will open a window show below.













Here scroll down to names starting with alphabet O check for anything starting with Oracle.






Observe the screenshot and look at Startup Type, for all the service names starting with Oracle Startup Type is set to Automatic except one. This means that everytime you restart your windows database restarts automatically. This is why you feel your windows has gone slow after installing the database.

Now right click on each of the Oracle Service and Click
on properties and you will see a window like below.









Here, change the Startup Type from Automatic to Manual and click OK.








After this, when ever you restart your database you will have to manually start the database. Open services, if you have installed only one Oracle database on your windows then if your database name is ORCL then you will have to start only one service and that service would be "OracleServiceORCL".

Right click on the service name OracleServiceORCL and just select Start/Stop depending on whether you want to start or stop your database.


To know how to start/stop the database using batch files CLICK HERE

To know how to start/stop the database using SQLPLUS CLICK HERE




Comments

Riturajkashyap1 said…
sir please give me some idea about Data warehousing..
vikas kondal said…
sir im trying to create and execute procedure in sql*plus but ervery times it gives error Warning: Procedure created with compilation errors.
2) and plz tell how to use and execute bind variables in sql * plus
shashank said…
hello sir,
oracle initialization in progress or shutdown in progress. this what m getting when i try to login . please guide,
what to do ?

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