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_Hi everybody _i wanna all steps to create instance, parameter file , password file and database _manually in oracle 10g _i hope from all to help me

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closed as not a real question by Mark Storey-Smith, Nick Chammas, jcolebrand Jan 17 '12 at 3:13

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This question doesn't intimate anything that you've tried, why what you're doing isn't working, nor how we can help you fix that and make it work for you. Please help us help you and tell us what we can do for you that you weren't able to do on your own. This is not a site for generating guides of steps, this is a site where experts help others fix the problems they are having. – jcolebrand Jan 17 '12 at 3:13

Oracle configuration is very complex and someone could easily write dozens of pages of documentation describing the things you are asking about. Try to find a tutorial or (better yet) an experienced DBA to help you get started.

Short of that, find a good book on Oracle database administration. One of the best DBA books I've read is Pro Oracle Database Administration by Darl Kuhn. Chapter 2 covers almost everything you are asking about.

Once do get started, come back here if you're still having trouble and post specific error messages. You'll have a much better chance of getting some useful assistance that way.

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