Problem: During DataBase creation using dbca, the following message is received: “ORA-00439 feature not enabled: string
Action: Check the value of the environment variable $ORACLE_SID. Make sure that is the same as the SID that is being created.
Problem: During Database creation from scripts, the following message is received: “ORA-01092 ORACLE instance terminated. Disconnection forced
Action: See the alert in the bdump directory. If you see the message “ORA-12714 invalid national character set specified”, then check the value of the environment variable$ORA_NLS33. Make sure that it is set to the correct location.
Problem: If you encounter problems creating the database from the script generated from dbca, then do the following:
  1. Be sure to create the following directories if they do not already exist:

    <oracle data base directory>/oradata sid
    <oracle data base directory>/dbs
    <oracle data base directory>/admin/<SID>

    If you need to determine the path to your bdump and udump directories, you can look in the initialization file (init<SID>.ora).

    2. Make sure the file $ORACLE_HOME/dbs/orapw exists; if not, use the orapwd utility to create it.


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