|DBNEWID Utility - Change the internal DBID and the database name using this new utility without rebuilding your controlfile.|
Taher A. Babujee said...Excellent indepth explanation about the utility stepwise.
shivaS_3 said...it's great.even great for working DBAs
ivanf505 said...absolutely excellent!
Yoni said...If you're on WINDOWS, create the new modified spfile and ora service before opening the DB,
otherwise you might get ORA-01103.
srinivasa reddy said...Really this is very good article.
I could able to change db name.
Amrit Khare said...The Article is really very good, but i am not able to understand what the process is going on under the change of DBID only.
could anyone help me out for that.
Anna Grover said...This is a great article, very well explained and the steps were easy to follow, even for me a novice DBA. Thanks so much.
Amrit Khare said...Its a gr8 utility for changing the DBname.
mahi said...thanx for for the gr8 stuff
its really cool
phil said...Very good article.
In windows in the registry the Oracle_SID should be modified with the appropriate name.
A said...Good One!
A said...Brilliantly Explained!
Jesse Josserand said...Didn't work for me - HELP!!!
Jesse Josserand said...Assistance appreciated (email@example.com)
Revert to a backup and try again.
Yasir Hashmi said...You are doing a brilliant work Sir!!
Jan Herder said...Needed to change ORACLE_SID in registry also
Juan Luis said...excellent. thankyou very much.
just one thing.
before start the procedure,
create pfile from spfile;
so when you do the new startup, you can easily edit the pfile.
Why would I do that, when I and use ALTER SYSTEM to do it, like in the article? :)
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