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Can any expert helps?Do you know the difference on nix between relative pathname & ABSOLUTE* pathname?
Two questions, one why you want to change the DIAG destination? Second, how exactly you are changing it, what's the command?
The error that you are getting is because you have given an incorrect destination folder for the DIAG. Show us the complete commands that you have used.
What value did you set for the parameter??
change the Parameter diagnostic_dest in init.ora.
I have set
I'm not (yet) very familiar with the new 126.96.36.199 ASM features, but I think you cannot simply put the trace directory into a classical ASM diskgroup. You have to define and to configure Oracle Automatic Storage Management Cluster File System (Oracle ACFS) in order to store non-database files.
You are right!
Here is a Note in http://download.oracle.com/docs/cd/E11882_01/server.112/e16102/asmfiles.htm#i1023250
*"Oracle ASM cannot directly support some administrative file types on disk groups. These include trace files, audit files, alert logs, export files, tar files, and core files."*
Thanks & regards
Edited by: hqt200475 on 22.02.2011 02:09