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CRS-2630: Only cluster administrators are allowed to create local resources

5f18ec11-3b92-42dc-87e1-1729b7d9b336 Newbie
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I have installed and configured a 12c database across two linux nodes and all is well. I have also installed the Oracle rdbms 12.1.01 on the same nodes. Now when I try and use netca or dbca to create a database or listener, I get the following errors;

 

CRS-2630: Only cluster administrators are allowed to create local resources

 

I can log in as the GRID user and can create resources but not as database user. Both users are members of the dba group.

 

Any ideas anyone?  Thanks a lot H.

  • 1. Re: CRS-2630: Only cluster administrators are allowed to create local resources
    5f18ec11-3b92-42dc-87e1-1729b7d9b336 Newbie
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    Hi there,

     

    Some mote update on this strange issue; I have configured Oracle 12.1.0.1 GRID layer across two virtual servers using Oracle Linux Linux rac2node.vbox 2.6.39-400.210.2.el5uek. I can do almost all the normal operations on the GRID HOME but I cannot create any databases or listeners when I log into the Database home.  The error message talks about the CRS error 2630. I cannot find any entry about this error.

     

    Thanks H.

  • 2. Re: CRS-2630: Only cluster administrators are allowed to create local resources
    5f18ec11-3b92-42dc-87e1-1729b7d9b336 Newbie
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    The issue is resolved, the 12c configuration is a lot more comprehensive than 11g. Here we have to create the user DBA with the right rights to access and change the cluster resources.

     

    For example to allow the dba users the ability to create listeners on the RAC nodes, we have to issue some command such as follows; here the oedsdp is the dba user and ogridp is the grid main owner.

     

    t@rac2node ~]# /oracle/grid/bin/crsctl setperm resource ora.rac1node.vip -u user:oedsdp:rwx

    [root@rac2node ~]# /oracle/grid/bin/crsctl setperm resource ora.net1.network -u user:oedsdp:rwx

    [root@rac2node ~]# /oracle/grid/bin/crsctl setperm resource ora.net1.network -u user:oedsdp:rwx

    [root@rac2node ~]# /oracle/grid/bin/crsctl setperm resource ora.rac2node.vip -u user:oedsdp:rwx

    [root@rac2node ~]# /oracle/grid/bin/crsctl setperm resource ora.net1.network -u user:oedsdp:rwx

     

     

    Interesting, I think we need to carefully plan the new user groups before we start the GRID configuration.

     

    H.

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