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Posted Dec 3, 2007

COMPARE INIT.ora and SPFILE PARAMETERS

By DatabaseJournal.com Staff



>>Script Language and Platform: Oracle
Usually spfile cannot be opened to see what are the settings in it and sometimes the database parameters are wrong due to wrong spfile entries.
This korn script compares the init.ora and spfile parameters and presents it in readable format ,after which the DBA can take proper action.

Author: BHABANI SHANKAR MAHARANA OCP DBA


#*******************************************************************************
#Script Name: checkspfile.ksh 
#Author:Bhabani S Maharana
#Date: 03-Jan-2006
#Version:
#*******************************************************************************
clear
tput cup 20 20
echo "Do you want to run the Script(y/n):c"
read ans
if [ "$ans" = "y" ];then
tput cup 25 20
echo "Please Enter the ORACLE_SID:c"
read sid
DB_SID=$sid
tput cup 30 20
echo "Please Enter the DATABASE_PASSWORD:c"
read password
fi
DB_PASS=$password
rm -f PARAM.log
echo "GENERATING PARAMETER LOG PLEASE WAIT!........." 
export ORACLE_SID=${DB_SID}
sqlplus /nolog>/home/pwc/bhabani/MYSQL/PARAM.log


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