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You can only have ONE Grid Infrastructure installation and it must be the highest version (crs, asm, etc). You are using (126.96.36.199 in this case). You can have multiple RDBMS versions installed. If you are using ASM, 10g RDBMS will work under 188.8.131.52 ASM.
Make sure that your oraInventory directory has permissions such that both grid and oracle users can read/write to this directory. See /etc/oraInst.loc for the location where oracle expects to find the "global" inventory.
If GI is functioning and ASM is up and running, then just install your RDBMS versions in their own ORACLE_HOME(s).
yes i have full permission to global Inventory of both grid and rdbms,
my grid is 184.108.40.206.0 and rdbms also 220.127.116.11.0. both r running success. now i am going to install 18.104.22.168.0 rdbms. i got this error..
An internal error occurred within cluster verification framework.
ERRORMSG (HOST NAME):PRVF-5300 : FAILED TO RETRIEVE ACTIVE VERSION FOR CRS ON THIS NODE.
can u please suggest any solution.
invoke the installer with -ignorePrereq
i have already do that...
any another suggesstion
which option did you choose during installation of Grid Infrastructure?
You could uninstall grid infrastructure and reinstall both grid infracture and ASM togother using "Configure Oracle Grid infracture for a standalone server" on "Step 2 of 9" screen.
Uninstalling a perfectly good GI is not the answer.
When installing the 22.214.171.124 version, how did you install this? what option did you use when installing 126.96.36.199? (RAC? Standalone?)
i am install 188.8.131.52.0 GI then install 184.108.40.206.0 rdbms, then trying to install 220.127.116.11.0 rdbms on the same user on another dbhome.
my purpose is 18.104.22.168.0 GI is supported up to 10g rdbms. im not using rac. its only in standalone machine. in my first and second post if u check u will get the error.
please tell me what is i am going to do is this wright way or not. i want to check it will support or not then i am going to use ASM database on this GI.