You can either use the DBCA (Database Configuration Assistant) to guide you through the process or create the second...
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To create the database manually, you can refer to the Oracle9i Database Administrator's Guide Release 2 (9.2) available on the Oracle Technology Network (OTN) here.
Basically, at a high level, the steps involved are as follows:
- Decide on your instance identifier (SID).
- Establish the database administrator authentication method.
- Create the initialization parameter file.
- Connect to the instance.
- Start the instance.
- Issue the CREATE DATABASE statement.
- Create additional tablespaces.
- Run scripts to build data dictionary views.
- Run scripts to install additional options (optional).
- Create a server parameter file (recommended).
- Back up the database.
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