It’s already quite a while that I posted my last article on the Oracle basis, so I decided to take some times in the train to continue this small serie.
This time, I’m going to speak about one of the root of Oracle administration, starting and shutting down a database.
Startup and shutdown processes within oracle databases are splitted in different steps (for startup) and modes (for shutdown) and even if these principles are quite trivial, some confusions between these steps and/or modes can easily be done. So I’m going to give a picture of both of these processes and their variations.
Before shutting any database down, it needs first to be started, so let’s begin with the startup process…