"How to start a raw device?"

Post #302793213 by Onkar Banerjee on Thursday 11th of April 2013 11:39:44 PM

Full Discussion: How to start a raw device?
Oracle How to start a raw device?


I want to start Oracle on UNIX machine, now the , it is failing to startup because it cannot identify a raw device. Actually machine was rebooted and now we need to mount the devices, but i just want to know the command/way to mount or rather start/init a raw device. Please let me know.
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