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This amazing video explains how to solve the error step by step, If you dont want to watch then follow the text below 1) "Command not found" indicates oracle instance is not running or you have not running the dbca command as oracle user sol: follow @Frank Schmitt answer 2)The No protocol specified error indicates that "the user dont know how to launch ...


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Phil is right - you need to see if you have any orphan Oracle processes and ipcs shared memory. If you have more than one Oracle instance on your server, include the instance in your grep commands; more than likely, you may have some orphan Oracle processes still running. Assuming your SID is custdev, you could do a ps -fu oracle | grep custdev and ...



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