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Oracle® Fail Safe Tutorial
Release 3.4.2 for Microsoft Windows

Part Number E14009-01
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12 Deleting a Sample Database from the Cluster

Use the Delete Sample Database command to delete any database that you created with the Create Sample Database command. Do not use the Delete Sample Database command to delete databases created using other means.

12.1 Using the Delete Sample Database Command

If the database is still in a group, remove it, using the method described in Chapter 11. Then, in the tree view, select TESTDB. On the Resources menu, select Delete Sample Database.

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12.2 Confirming the Delete Sample Database Command

Oracle Fail Safe asks you to confirm whether to permanently destroy the sample database. Click Yes to delete the database resource.

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12.3 Authenticating Your Privileges to Delete the Database

Depending on the privileges you have, Oracle Fail Safe may open a window to confirm that you have privileges to delete the sample database. If this window opens, enter and confirm the password for the SYS account.

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12.4 Viewing the Progress of the Clusterwide Operation

When the operation completes, Oracle Fail Safe opens a Clusterwide Operation Status window to let you know whether the operation has completed successfully.

Click OK in the Clusterwide Operation Status window, then click Close in the Deleting Sample Database window.

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