I would reset the system controller to start off with. You can do that while the OS runs without any impact. The command I usually run follows, but use the one appropriate to your machine:
> reset /SP
The next thing to do is to update your OCDoctor to the latest version. A new version of OCDoctor (4.71) is now available for download, but it will not update automatically because of a couple bugs.
To download for new installations:
or existing installations, run:
# /var/opt/sun/xvm/OCDoctor/OCDoctor.sh --update
Note: If upgrading from v4.70 or earlier, due to bug 30652751, the --update option will not work over https. The workaround is to download OCDoctor-latest.zip to /var/tmp using a browser or wget. The following example commands show a typical update using the download:
# cd /var/opt/sun/xvm/OCDoctor
# ./OCDoctor.sh --update --file /var/tmp/OCDoctor-latest.zip
Once you have the latest OCDoctor, then check your system with:
# OCDoctor.sh --agent-prereq [--force]
That should tell you what needs to be done for your agent to install. If nothing there works or helps you figure it out, then open a SR.
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Hi there. Sorry for the delay replying.
yeah, we did reset the Sp but to no avail so a ticket is now open with Oracle.
Thanks for the response.
Sounds like we are on the same page here. Nice work, and thanks.