Running 11gr2 install on VM with redhat linux 64. Grid install was okay, however database software install hits this error during prereqs check.
PRVF-5322 : Failed to get the CRS user name for CRS home "/opt/oracle/grid/product/11.2.0"
Has anyone seen this before? Please note that this is not a RAC build.
You installed Grid Infrastructure for WHAT? If you don't want to use RAC, you want to use ASM for a single instance? Because of the error message I would say your installation was not ok - at least not complete.
If you wont use ASM you dont need install Grid, and its important what you installed during Grid installation.
If you dont use ASM then dont need GRID installation.Uninstall grid and restart from oracle db installation
Looks like you have installed +"Grid Infra for Standalone Server"+, to use +'Oracle Restart'+ or +'ASM'+.
Could you confirm that it's up and running properly? Is the installer user for Grid Infra and DB install separate?
Also, is there any incomplete Grid install on the same system?
We are using ASM.
I installed grid first using the oragrid user. This install worked fine and I was able to create the ASM instance. I then tried to install the database software as the oracle user. This failed.
I was able to bypass the prereqs by using the ignore option in the runInstaller. the environment is now built and being used.
I just wanted to find out if anyone had faced a similar error.
I have tried Grid - ASM and DB Software installs on same machine with separate users. I haven't face this issue.
If database, services and resource are properly configured with grid, then i think it's okey to ignore that exception.
Had the same issue.
The problem was that /tmp was mounted with the 'noexec'-option (although I specified a different temp by setting the variable TMP, which works fine, except for this issue):
# mount|grep /tmp
/dev/mapper/vg00-tmp on /tmp type ext3 (rw,noexec,nodev)
I solved this issue by remounting /tmp with the 'exec'-option:
# mount -o remount -o exec /tmp
# mount|grep /tmp
/dev/mapper/vg00-tmp on /tmp type ext3 (rw,nodev)