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Problems installing oracle on Win2000

Hello.

I'm trying to install Oracle 9i Rel 2 on Windows 2000 server.

During the installation I choose to create a general purpose database,
and choose all the default options.

Everything goes well until the end of the installation when the setup
starts to configure the database. What happens is that the setup
starts opening and closing black command prompt windows for a while,
until one winodw remains open and non-responsive, and a message
appears that java is out of memory. I can end the task but a database
is not created. When I try to manually create a database later
everything goes well untill the end of the wizard when the database
should be created - I get an html page with the summary of the
database, but the database is not created.

I've tried installing more than once, on a clean system.

Does anybody have an idea of how to resolve this problem?
Jul 19 '05 #1
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yossi <zo**@wsjsdj.com> wrote in message news:<ed********************************@4ax.com>. ..
Hello.

I'm trying to install Oracle 9i Rel 2 on Windows 2000 server.

During the installation I choose to create a general purpose database,
and choose all the default options.

Everything goes well until the end of the installation when the setup
starts to configure the database. What happens is that the setup
starts opening and closing black command prompt windows for a while,
until one winodw remains open and non-responsive, and a message
appears that java is out of memory. I can end the task but a database
is not created. When I try to manually create a database later
everything goes well untill the end of the wizard when the database
should be created - I get an html page with the summary of the
database, but the database is not created.

I've tried installing more than once, on a clean system.

Does anybody have an idea of how to resolve this problem?

Follow up on the java error message and either verify your system
complies with 512M RAM minimum and/or add more (virtual) memory.

Sybrand Bakker
Senior Oracle DBA
Jul 19 '05 #2

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