I tried to put them into the httpd.conf file, like:
SetEnv ORACLE_HOME /usr/oracle
The problem still remains.
Too, I've put all the environment variables in the root env into the script.... I thought
it can be a problem with a missed variable.... But it doesn't work neither.
root user's environment was the same that the one defined into the script, and it doesn't work neither.
I don't know what more tests to do....
I check the permissions too.... They appear to be right.
I'm completely lost....
Christopher Jones wrote:
Luis Moran Ochoa wrote:
I've build the typical script for starting apache, it's like this:
$ORACLE_HOME=blablahblah... .... more oracle variables ....
Are the environment variables exported in the script?:
ORACLE_HOME=/my/oracle/home export ORACLE_HOME
Are all variables needed set?
Are there any permission problems accessing the Oracle home directory during the boot process?
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