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How To Do Clean Up If CREATE DATABASE Failed?
To better organize data files, you should create a dedicated directory for each Oracle database.
This can be done by using Windows file explorer to create the \oraclexe\oradata\fyi\ directory.
Try the CREATE DATABASE statement again, when you have the directory ready.
If your CREATE DATABASE statement failed half way again, you may have to clean up the partial
result of the CREATE DATABASE statement. Here is a list of suggestions for you:
- Run SHUTDOWN command to stop the partial started database instance.
- Remove all files in FYI directory: \oraclexe\oradata\fyi\
- Run STARTUP NOMOUNT PFILE command to start the empty instance again to be ready for CREATE DATABASE statement.
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- How To Create an Oracle Database?
- How To Create an Oracle Database Manually?
- How To Select an Oracle System ID (SID)?
- How To Establish Administrator Authentication to the Server?
- How To Create an Initialization Parameter File?
- How To Connect the Oracle Server as SYSDBA?
- How To Create a Server Parameter File?
- How To Start an Oracle Instance?
- How To Start a Specific Oracle Instance?
- How To Start Instance with a Minimal Initialization Parameter File?
- How To Run CREATE DATABASE Statement?
- How To Do Clean Up If CREATE DATABASE Failed?
- How To Run CREATE DATABASE Statement Again?
- How To Create Additional Tablespaces for an New Database?
- How To Build Data Dictionary View of an New Database?