Startup problem 10g

Hai All,
I am using oracle10g. Inorder to use oraclestreams, we have to run database in archive mode. So i shutdown (SHUTDOWN IMMEDIATE & STARTUP MOUNT)the databse and trying to restart in archive mode, then its not restarting . some people saying that this is known issue in oracle 10g. is there any way to start database in archive mode with out shutting down the database.
Please help me out.
With Regards

There are no "known issues" with "starting" a database that uses archivelog mode.
When you want to start using archive log mode, you STARTUP MOUNT and then ALTER DATABASE ARCHIVELOG. If you do nothing else, then Oracle will set the parameter LOG_ARCHIVE_DEST_10 = 'LOCATION=USE_DB_RECOVERY_FILE_DEST'. This requires that you define a size and location using the appropriate init.ora parameters. Alternatively, and smarter in my opinion, is to manually define init.ora parameter LOG_ARCHIVE_DEST_1 to a valid value, in which case Oracle will stop using dest 10 and negate the need to set the other parameters. For example,
LOG_ARCHIVE_DEST_1='LOCATION=C:\ORACLE\ARCHLOGS\MYDB1' where MYDB1 is the name of my database.
Note in 10g the parameter LOG_ARCHIVE_START has been deprecated. If it's in your init.ora when you set archivelog mode, then the db won't start.

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