I have installed oracle on my ubuntu system a few months ago and its been working pretty well. I have it setup to start on system boot and I run the following commands to stop/start the service
sudo service oracledb start sudo service oracledb stop
Which also work. However, due to system boot up being very slow, I decided to remove oracle from boot up and I don't use it as frequently as I used to. I wish to start and stop oracle as and when I need it. So, to remove it from startup, I edited my
I changed the final
N (after reading a bit on the web). Now oracle does not start on boot, but the start command doesn't work either. If I change the above to
Y, the above start/stop commands immediately work, but oracle will also start at boot time, which is what I am trying to change.
I am unable to figure this out with my google-fu. Is there something else I should do to turn off oracle from starting up at boot time?