Hi! This is my first post here, looking forward to contribute to the forum.
How do i find which OS-user was used to install clusterware? The reason I ask is that clusterware refused to start after a server reboot, and it turned out to be a deleted AD-user that caused it.
I'm glad it happened in the test environment only, and now I need to check the production env. to make sure it doesn't happen there.
As for the solution (https://support.oracle.com/epmos/faces/DocumentDisplay?id=601299.1) the options are:
1. Recreate the missing user in AD, and re-add it to the server's local Administrators group
2. Reinstall clusterware
(I chose no. 1, of course)
- Stian crsd.log said:
2013-05-24 05:11:57.089: [ OCRAPI]a_reg_master_change: Notified master change
2013-05-24 05:11:57.089: [ CRSMAIN] Registering with boot group...
2013-05-24 05:11:57.104: [ CRSMAIN] Running upgrade config...
[ OCRAPI]a_is_valid_user_group: User name [ourdomain\theuser] not in user database
[ OCRAPI]a_is_valid_user_group: scls ret  retval 
[ OCRAPI]SLOS : SLOS: cat=1234, opn=scls_iddb_get_user_id_by_name, dep=1332, loc=LookupAccounLookupAccountName failed
[ OCRUTL]u_fill_errorbuf: Error Info : [[SLOS: cat=1234, opn=scls_iddb_get_user_id_by_name, dep=1332, loc=LookupAccounLookupAccountName failed]]
[ OCRAPI]a_create_key: THE SECURITY ATTRIBUTE PASSED is invalid user [ourdomain\theuser] group 
2013-05-24 05:11:57.104: [ CRSOCR] OCR api procr_create_key failed for key SYSTEM.crs.versions.config_versions. OCR error code = 27 OCR error msg: PROC-27: Error in authentication layer Authentication error [[SLOS: cat=1234, opn=scls_iddb_get_user_id_by_name, dep=1332, loc=LookupAccounLookupAccountName failed]]  [ default]Error in writing config version to OCR
2013-05-24 05:11:57.104: [ CRSMAIN] Created alert : (:CRSD00116:) : CRS configuration upgrade failed, error:
2013-05-24 05:11:57.104: [ CRSD][PANIC] CRSD exiting: CRS configuration upgrade failed, error: 1
2013-05-24 05:11:57.104: [ CRSD] Done. crsdOUT.log said:
Oracle Database 11g CRS Release 188.8.131.52.0 Production Copyright 1996, 2009, Oracle. All rights reserved.
05/24/13 05:11:25 ssmain_run_crs: CRS starting with reboot argument
CRSD exiting: CRS configuration upgrade failed, error: 1
05/24/13 05:11:30 ssmain_exitCallback: terminating daemon
05/24/13 05:11:30 ssmain_exitCallback: exiting daemon process
Found it. I think the home structures are about the same across OS'es. So, never install using personal admin accounts because people tend to quit. In this case one user installed test, and the other one installed prod., and then they both quit. :)
Thanks for your help!