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Hi, Please help. I want to shift my datafiles from c: to S:. I have made a physical copy of dbf files from c: to s:. In Oracle 10g I made those files & tablespaces offline and renamed with new physical location. when bringing online I was getting error as "need media recovery". Please Guide me. Regards.

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best is to create a link betwwen c: and S:
Is db in archivelogmode?
Was db in restricted mode?
Did you enter the recovery command ie “recover database;” to actually recover.
Initsid.ora locations need changing.
Hard to diagnose further.
Keep me in the loop please.

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