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RE: [suse-oracle] SLES 9 Oracle 10g Instance Crash opteron

Magni Fabrizio

2005-07-11

Replies:
Hi,
you should find some error (and probably traces) in you alert log and
bdump.

Try to cut and paste those errors.
Maybe somebody has already seen your problem and can be of help.

If the error is a ORA-600 or ORA-7445 you should search on metalink or
better you sould open a service tar.

Regards
Fabrizio

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Seah Hong Yee [mailto:hongyee@(protected)]
> Sent: Monday, July 11, 2005 9:31 AM
> To: suse-oracle@(protected)
> Subject: [suse-oracle] SLES 9 Oracle 10g Instance Crash opteron
>
>
> Hi,
>
> I am currently testing Oracle 10g on two machine, the 32 bit
> machine runs on
>
> SLES9
> 1 gig RAM
> 2 X Pentium III 866Mhz
> ext3 on scsi
>
> The above machine runs without problems for one month.
>
> Last weekend I set up another machine with the same
> application but this time
> is the 64bit version of Oracle 10g.
>
>
> The specification is like this
>
> SLES9
> 2 gig RAM
> 2 X Opteron 244
> ADAPTEC ZCR 2015 (I2O) RAID, I configure as raid 10.
> ext 3
>
> I am also using ORARUN on both machine, both of them is the
> script as of June
> 9 2005 downloaded from suse's site.
>
> The installation method was the documentation provided by
> SUse on oracle 10g
> and SLES 9 installation. The only modification I did to the
> orarun script was
> to comment out dbsnmp portion which does not apply to 10g.
>
> The problem is my oracle instance tend to crash ( become
> unavailable) at least
> once a day. And I have notice once it was during starting up
> of emctl start
> dbconsole. The machine itself was quite stable with no
> crashes on Jboss.
> When access http://192.168.1.102:5500/em/ I get a message database
> unavailable. Individual client was not able to connect to
> the database, I
> have to either do "rcoracle restart" or manually run
> "dbstart " to restart
> the database. However, I was not able to do "emctl stop
> dbconsole."  
>
> Thanks.
>
> Regards,
>
> Hong Yee
>
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