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Hmmm... I am not sure if that's the issue...
From the documentation - "*A general-purpose single-node (standalone)* and cluster file system solution that is integrated with Oracle ASM, Oracle Clusterware, and Oracle Enterprise Management technologies"
BTW, I am able to mount it and do everything with it... the only thing thats missing is automatic mounting upon reboot....
[oracle@box1 ~]$ df -k|grep asm
/dev/asm/dbhome-474 31457280 5377812 26079468 18% /oracle/RDBMS
Any other ideas?
Sorry I confused your post with another one with similar question :-(
The command "srvctl status filesystem" displays actions in progress by Oracle Clusterware. From what I can gather, an Oracle ACFS file system resource is typically created for use with application resource dependency lists (srvctl add filesystem). You are apparently running Oracle Restart, which is for stand-alone server installations and not a cluster.
for auto mounting ACFS filesystem in Oracle Restart see here:
"ACFS/ADVM is NOT started automatically after node reboot or after CRS is restarted in non-RAC environment (Doc ID 886407.1)"
On RAC this is different, there are 2 options to auto mount ACFS:
=> Via. ACFS Registry, after the cluster started
=> Via. Filesystem Resource (srvctl add filesystem) if dependencies to other resources are needed (e.g. for ORACLE_HOMES).
The confusion over your two different responses stems from the difference between Oracle Restart and RAC. The srvctl command supports different objects in each variant.
You can use ACFS in Oracle Restart, but the high availability features of the ACFS resources are missing - thus, the srvctl command does not support the 'filesystem' object.
Please check your documentation for the version you are using - iirc, the RAC Admin Guide has an appendix that lists the srvctl command reference, with notes as to whether or not its applicable in Restart or RAC.
Note that in Oracle Restart, you can always use system commands such as 'mount' and 'acfsutil info fs' to get the status of the file systems.