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Hi All,

Having a SPFILE doesn't mean you do not need a local init.ora file anymore.

It's just that it became a oneliner with just the SPFILE parameter
specified.

Jack

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  • Christian Trassens at Dec 7, 2001 at 4:02 pm
    As you said, could be a parameter in the init.ora or
    also a spfile itself. Since you issue the create
    spfile from pfile, you generate a spfile in
    $ORACLE_HOME/dbs. Oracle, first look up for a
    spfile.ora, then for a spfile.ora and in the end
    the init.ora...... You could alter this order if
    you startup the database with pfile clause.

    Regards.



    nlzanen1_at_EY.NL wrote:

    Hi All,


    Having a SPFILE doesn't mean you do not need a local
    init.ora file anymore.

    It's just that it became a oneliner with just the
    SPFILE parameter
    specified.


    Jack

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