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    Unanswered: Automate Clean Startup / Shutdown Services

    I've got a Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 server running Oracle 11g and have been tasked to verify that the Oracle database server is cleanly stopped when the server receives a shutdown or reboot & vice versa when powered on. I have no experience with Oracle and all I know is that I need to make sure that OEM is not started or automated but left off until needed. Can anyone here who's experienced with Oracle 11g specifically assist me in how I can automate the Oracle services to stop and start cleanly as the server is on or off?

    Thank you so much!

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    You can find all your answers in the fine Oracle® Database Administrator's Reference.
    The person who says it can't be done should not interrupt the person doing it. -- Chinese proverb

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    This is a public web forum where people who don't know the Oracle DBA reference guide exist will ask people who do. I searched the forums to make sure I wasn't re-posting something that was asked before so if users inconveniencing your time with forum posts is a bother, why troll the forums?

    Thanks for the the link.

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