Grid Install: 188.8.131.52
Oracle Homes: 184.108.40.206 and 220.127.116.11 (both homes same servers and use the 18.104.22.168 RAC Grid). So DBCA is needed for either home.
Having issues with my SCAN IPs. SAs are looking into it. I still need to create dbs with the DBCA. So I need to get the DBCA to ignore the remote_listener parameter. I can set it later. I tried passing the remote_listener parameter with a blank and it didn't work. I error out on the remote_listener because oracle can't get it to work. I tried putting the parameter with a blank space into the template.
I am able to do an rman restore with out a remote listener by just removing the parameter from the init.ora. How do I get oracle to ignore the SCAN IP during DB creation? I shouldn't need one to just create a RAC db, since you can change it or get rid of the SCAN IP any time. Not sure what to pass to the parameter.
Note: DB Names, server names, passwords are just made up for the post.
$ORACLE_HOME/bin/dbca -silent -createDatabase -templateName /data01/mytemplatedir/General_Purpose.dbc -initParams "remote_listener=''" -gdbName MYRACDB -sid MYRACDB1 -sysPassword Larry1 -systemPassword Larry1 -sysmanPassword Larry1 -dbsnmpPassword Larry1 -emConfiguration NONE -storageType ASM -diskGroupName DATA01 -datafileJarLocation $ORACLE_HOME/assistants/dbca/templates -nodeinfo "MYSERVER01","MYSERVER02" -characterset WE8ISO8859P15 -obfuscatedPasswords false -sampleSchema false -asmSysPassword Larry1
. . . -nodeinfo "MYSERVER01","MYSERVER02" - . . .
This is what causes the DBCA to NOT ignore the remote_listener parameter.
Create the db as stand-alone and then easily convert to RAC.