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about oracle8i

l.g
Occasional Contributor

about oracle8i

Hello everyone:
Some errors were happend When I install oracle8.1.6 on HPUX11.0,those messages lik this:

$ ./runInstaller
$ Initializing Java Virtual Machine from ../stage/Components/oracle.swd.jre/1.1.8.0.2/1/DataFiles/Expanded/jre/hpunix/bin/jre. Please wait...
Unable to initialize threads: cannot find class java/lang/Thread
Could not create Java VM

what's happen?
What can I do?
Thanks
5 REPLIES
Ceesjan van Hattum
Esteemed Contributor

Re: about oracle8i

Unable to initialize threads: cannot find class java/lang/Thread
Can't create Java VM

This error message indicates that you have set the wrong value for the vm_args.classpath variable.
You might get a different system error indicating that it cannot find either libjava.so (on Unix) or javai.dll (on Win32). If this is the case, add libjava.so into your LD_LIBRARY_PATH on Solaris, or add javai.dll into your executable path on Win32.

The program may report an error that it cannot find the class Prog. If so, make sure the directory containing Prog.class is in the vm_args.classpath variable as well.

Regards,
Ceesjan
Printaporn_1
Esteemed Contributor

Re: about oracle8i

Hi,

Are you sure that you mount the installation properly with right pfs mount steps.
if not the files appears will not correct.
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Yogeeraj_1
Honored Contributor

Re: about oracle8i

hi,

You should not set CLASSPATH environment variable and make sure that your JDK is in your PATH.

Please check installation guide for information.

Hope this helps!
Best Regards
Yogeeraj
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Alexander M. Ermes
Honored Contributor

Re: about oracle8i

Hi there.
Just one thing to avoid the pfs_mount stuff.
There are three patches, which make your life easier and leave pfs_mount behind.
For HP-UX 11.00
PHCO_26449
PHKL_26448
PHKL_26450

Yes, after install of these patches a rebbot is necessary.
But if you have rebooted the machine, you can mount Oracle cd's like this :

mount -F cdfs -o rr /dev/dsk/cntndn /SD_CDROM

No more pfs daemons and all this.
Rgds
Alexander M. Ermes
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Alan Casey
Trusted Contributor

Re: about oracle8i

I found the following information mon Oracle Metalink:

You need to verify that all the HP patches required for an Oracle 8.1.6
Install have been applied to the box:

Required patches are listed in the 8.1.6 Release Notes for HP:

The following patches are required to install Oracle8i Release 2 (8.1.6) on
HP-UX 11.0:

* Patch bundle 9905
* PHCO_17556
* PHCO_17792 (Dependency for PHKL_18543)
* PHCO_18229
* PHCO_19491
* PHCO_19666
* PHKL_14750
* PHKL_17038 (Dependency for PHKL_18543)
* PHKL_18543
* PHKL_19800 (Dependency for PHKL_18543)
* PHKL_20016
* PHKL_20079 (Dependency for PHKL_18543)
* PHNE_19616 (Dependency for PHSS_19748)
* PHSS_14582
* PHSS_15853
* PHSS_16849
* PHSS_17535
* PHSS_18066
* PHSS_18110
* PHSS_18430 (Dependency for PHSS_19748)
* PHSS_18649
* PHSS_19178
* PHSS_19593
* PHSS_19178
* PHSS_19748
* PHSS_19866
* PHSS_20544


Explanation
-----------

Without the required patches installed the runInstaller will
fail to execute successfully.