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STEP 01 Go see if MySQL is running on the Server. Run this service mysql status If the status says SUCCESS! MySQL running (some number) then shutdown mysql service mysql stop STEP 02 Run ls -l /etc/my.cnf. If the file exists, rename it with mv /etc/my.cnf /etc/my.cnf.backup Then, copy your my.cnf into /etc STEP 03 See if you have a previous mysql ...


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I've just solved the same error on Oracle12c under Windows on my test enviroment. The Oracle service was running under oracle user local account but I was trying the PITR with my domain user. Even if my domain user was member of ORADBA group I've got the same nasty ORA-12638 error. I've changed the user account of the Oracle Service and got it finally ...


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You probably have checkpoint_timeout set very high on the production system, and archive switches are being driven by checkpoint_segments, probably in conjunction with a low setting of archive_timeout. But, checkpoint_segments has no effect during recovery. Restartpoints during recovery are driven exclusively by checkpoint_timeout. Since recovery can ...



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