2 Replies Latest reply on Sep 18, 2015 5:30 PM by 2997184

    OHS instance on Oracle EBS R12.2.4

    2997184

      Hello

       

      I have a question on OHS instance configuration on Oracle EBS R12.2.4

       

      As 12.2 has two file system (RUN AND PATCH), is it necessary to have same OHS instance for both RUN and PATCH system? or they can be different.

       

      Ex:

      RUN FILE SYSTEM :  <ohs_instance oa_var="s_ohs_instance">EBS_web_EBOMDEV0_OHS1</ohs_instance>

      PATCH FILE SYSTEM : <ohs_instance oa_var="s_ohs_instance">EBS_web_EBOMDEV0_OHS1</ohs_instance>

       

       

      or

       

      RUN FILE SYSTEM :  <ohs_instance oa_var="s_ohs_instance">EBS_web_EBOMDEV0_OHS1</ohs_instance>

      PATCH FILE SYSTEM : <ohs_instance oa_var="s_ohs_instance">EBS_web_EBOMDEV0_OHS2</ohs_instance>


      is this also file ?

       

      If it is using different OHS instance, fs_clone would work fine or it would error out?

      Please suggest.

       

      Thanks

      Narayan

        • 1. Re: OHS instance on Oracle EBS R12.2.4
          Chiranjeevi M A

          Hello Narayan,

           

          1. s_ohs_instance is not a file, it is the name of the directory which holds the configurations of the OHS.

          2. It wont create any issue and we can go with the either of the options shown opted by you . For instance, while  running fs_clone if the OHS_1 directory exists it will allow you to create another as OHS_2 .

          3. While running fs_clone it will read  ( Context Files are stored in the database.. The table that store the context files( historically) is "FND_OAM_CONTEXT_FILES") before configuring.

          4. For your question: if it is using different OHS instance, fs_clone would work fine or it would error out? ---- fs_clone cleanup all the data from patch fs, it will cleanup everything related to OHS2 and copy      OHS1 from run fs .

           

          -Chiranjeevi M A

          • 2. Re: OHS instance on Oracle EBS R12.2.4
            2997184

            Thanks Chiranjeevi.

            BTW, it was a typo, i meant "is this fine?" instead of "is this file?".

             

            Regards

            Narayan