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DBCA, running on oracle zone, pops up “Out of Memory”

April 20, 2016 Leave a comment

Runing on oracle zone, dbca showed “out of memory”. It may caused by  setting sga size higher than the capped-memory: [ locked: 2G] in zone configuration.

capped-memory:
physical: 4G
[swap: 4G]
[locked: 2G]

Fix: Incraese the capped-memory :[locked: <value higer than SGA>]

 

root.sh failed when installing 11GR2 Grid Infrastructure

March 2, 2012 Leave a comment

Fixed Procedure

1. De-configure nodes except the last one

#$GRID_HOME/crs/install/rootcrs.pl -verbose -deconfig -force

2: Clean up OCR and Voting disk at the last node

$GRID_HOME/crs/install/rootcrs.pl -verbose -deconfig -force -lastnode.

3. Rerun the root.sh command at each node

 

 

Categories: Oracle Installation

OUI complainted about a msvcr71.dll file in use

March 24, 2011 Leave a comment

Symptoms

Today, I installed Patch 10.2.0.5. Before installing, I have stopped all Oracle Services.  When attempting to install the Patchset 10.2.0.5.0 by OUI, it  complainted about a msvcr71.dll file in use.

 

Fixed

Finally, we found that the service “Distributed Transaction Coordinator” was using this file. After stopping the service as well, the installation success.

 

 

 

Categories: Oracle Installation

The specified nodes are not clusterable

March 24, 2011 Leave a comment

Symptoms

The installation 10g2 RAC on windows 2003 failed today.  When going to “Specify Cluster Configuration”, it has shown wrong on public node name, private node name and virtual host name. After correcting them and add the cluster nodes and clicking “Next”. The message “The specified nodes are not clusterable” is pop up.

After searching on oracle support, I found the same problem symptoms. Here is the explanation

Cause

The network configuration is incorrect.

Private NIC is listed as first NIC.

Solution

Simply changing the NICs order and setting the public NIC first.

Step for modifying this are:

  1. Open explorer
  2. Right click on my network places
  3. Select properties
  4. From Advanced menu, select Advanced settings
  5. With Adapters and bindings open, move public NIC to be first on list



After this change clean-up the cluster according to following article:

 

 

Categories: Oracle Installation