I am receiving ORA-12560 errors after installing Oracle 8.1.7 Release 3 on a W2K SP4 platform with two dual-core Intel 5160 processors. I can't access svrmgrl without receiving the error or connect internal. The listener starts fine but I don't beleive that I need the listener to create a database. The sqlnet.ora log file indicates an NT primary error of 530 with a secondary NT error code of 2. The SQLNET_AUTHORIZATION_SERVICES is commented out in the sqlnet.ora file. I have also used the IP address to eliminate any name resolution possibilites. Any ideas or suggestions are very much appreciated.
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Oracle8i is no longer supported on the Windows 2000 operating system so you might want to consider upgrading your database to Oracle9i release 2 (9.2).
Before you can create a database in the Windows environment, you will first need to create a service and make sure it is running before you execute the create database scripts. Also, verify that the SID name does not contain a non-alphanumeric character. SID names can contain only alphanumeric characters; however, if you attempt to create a SID with an underscore or a dash on Oracle8i you are not prevented from doing so. The service...
will be created and started successfully, but attempts to connect will fail with an ORA-12560.
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