0 Replies Latest reply: Apr 3, 2012 11:20 PM by 861037 RSS

    Oracle Fail safe - adding a Database

    861037
      Hi

      I am trying to add a 9.2.0.8 database into ORacle Failsafe 3.3.3 and keep getting the following error

      20 01:21:03 FS-10381: GI-XXX-XXX : Creating the resource information for resource SJGWS
      21 01:21:03 > FS-10424: Checking whether the database XXXX is online
      22 01:21:29 > FS-10425: Querying the disks used by the database XXXXX
      23 01:21:30 ** WARNING : FS-10404: The database uses a nonclustered disk in one of the system parameters. Value of parameter is C:\oracle\admin\XXXX\bdump
      24 01:21:30 ** WARNING : FS-10404: The database uses a nonclustered disk in one of the system parameters. Value of parameter is C:\oracle\admin\XXXX\cdump
      25 01:21:30 ** WARNING : FS-10404: The database uses a nonclustered disk in one of the system parameters. Value of parameter is C:\oracle\admin\XXXX\udump
      26 01:21:30 ** ERROR : 0x2: The system cannot find the file specified.

      27 01:21:30 ** ERROR : FS-10711: Failed to create resource OracleHOME92TNSListenerFslsjg-vdb in the cluster
      28 01:21:30 ** ERROR : FS-10040: Failed to create the database resource OracleHOME92TNSListenerFslsjg-vdb
      29 01:21:30 ** ERROR : FS-10778: The Oracle Database resource provider failed to configure the cluster resource SJGWS
      30 01:21:30 ** ERROR : FS-10890: Oracle Services for MSCS failed during the add operation
      31 01:21:30 ** ERROR : FS-10497: Starting clusterwide rollback of the operation
      32 01:21:30 FS-10488: GI-PRD-SJGP6 : Starting rollback of operation

      I have run the database out side of Oracle fail safe with out any problems, and have run the Verify standalone database, again all OK -This machine as had this DB in fail safe before, it was removed and we are now trying to add it back in.

      Can anyone help me resolve this. I have no idea what ERROR : 0x2: The system cannot find the file specified, also are there any other log file produced?

      Thanks
      R