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Wednesday, September 7, 2011

OPatch lsinventory hang

OPatch lsinventory just hangs:

recent changes : cloned from RAC to stand alone server.

One of the things we forgot after cloning is making changes in the ORACLE_HOME inventory file:

test case:

export OPATCH_DEBUG=TRUE
$opatch lsinventory -all

shows the old Oracle server names:


Rac::getInstance(): local node is "ourdbdrdb01cdc"
Rac::getRemoteNodes()
No cmd. arg. given, return clusterNodes detected as remoteNodes.
Remote nodes excluding local node:
"ourdbprdb01cdp""ourdbprdb02cdp""ourdbprdb03cdp" <==== these are prod server names still reflecting on the DEV lsinventory:
Rac::isCFS()


So removed the cluster_info from the below file: (backup the file before making any changes)

$ORACLE_HOME/inventory/ContentsXML/oraclehomeproperties.xml






Reran the opatch after removing the cluster info from xml file and it succeeded this time..





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OPatch succeeded.


or you can do this using the runInstaller.






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