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  • Start/Stop Oracle Apps Instance. Is it that simple !!!!!!!!!!

    Posted by "" in "apps" on 2008-04-16

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    Start/Stop Oracle Apps Instance.
    This looks very simple, hah I know this is just run adstrtal.sh/adstpall.sh, addbctl.sh and addlnctl.sh. I used to think like this, then after gaining experience I came with my own steps.

    In previous approach, Did I took adequate step for checking any running concurrent requests .. did I took enough precaution to check what critical happenings going on in database like hot backup.. Now we shall take care :-)

    I assume you know the script location, I shall cover, if you still suggest me to include.

    Starting is Simple.

    1. addbctl.sh start
    2. addlnctl.sh start SID
    3. adstrtal.sh apps/password

    Stoping is also fairly simple but “small care” needs to be taken to avoid critical issues.

    I start my preparation sometime before the downtime scheduled, to let the concurrent request finish. Following are the steps to bring down middle-tier services

    1. Bring down the concurrent manager before maintenance say 20 mins before.
      adcmctl.sh stop apps/Password
    2. Check if any concurrent reqeust is running. if running, check what it is doing, like sql, session is active.
    3. Check previous execution of similar program took how much time.Is it worth to wait or cancel the request
    4. If it is affecting downtime then login from front-end and terminate the concurrent program, and make a note of request id(communicate to user who submitted this request so they can submit again)
    5. Check the OS process id, whether it got terminated or not. If running then its a runaway process kill it. I dont like killings but…
      SQL> select oracle_process_id from fnd_concurrent_requests where request_id=&Request_id;

    For bringing down database tier.

    1. Check if hot backup is going on or not..
      To check, go to alert log file $ORACLE_HOME/admin/CONTEXT_NAME/bdump/alert_sid.log
      and also from sqlplus
      SQL> select distinct status from v$backup;
      If it returns row containing “ACTIVE” then hot back is in progress.
      Wait till it gets over.
      Otherwise next startup shall create problem. Though we have ways and means to overcome but why do that.
    2. Conditional – If you are using DR, pls take care of following steps
      1. Check which archive dest state refer for DR, enable it .
        From show parameter log_archive_dest.. you may come to know..
        say if you are using 3rd then run the sql
        SQL>alter system set log_archive_dest_state_3=enable;
      2. Check if standby is performing managed recovery.
        SQL> SELECT PROCESS, STATUS FROM V$MANAGED_STANDBY;PROCESS STATUS
        ——- ————
        ARCH CLOSING
        ARCH CONNECTED
        MRP0 WAIT_FOR_LOG
        RFS WRITING
        RFS RECEIVING
        RFS RECEIVING
      3. Cancel managed recovery operations.
        SQL> ALTER DATABASE RECOVER MANAGED STANDBY DATABASE CANCEL;
      4. Shut down the standby database.
        SQL> SHUTDOWN IMMEDIATE;
    3. Stop database
    4. Now stop the listener
    5. If still database is not going down, check in alert log , what exactly is going on.
    6. Check if any processes are running having local=NO is running. If yes, kill..

    30 Responses to “Start/Stop Oracle Apps Instance. Is it that simple !!!!!!!!!!”

    1. SubbaRao says:

      Good one, keep it up my friend,

      Regards,
      SubbaRao

    2. Neha Mittal says:

      Hi Naresh

      Good piece of info,thanks for sharing this.

      Regards
      Neha Mittal

    3. hyder says:

      It’s realy nice.Thanks for sharing ……..

      Hyder

    4. Vanitha Sivakumar says:

      Naresh,

      What is differnce when we shut CCM using
      adcmctl.sh stop apps/{password}

      adcmct.sh abort apps/{password}

      Shouldn’t ‘stop’ handle any request that may be running on CCM?

      Please clarify.

      Thanks,
      Vanitha Sivakumar.

    5. Atul says:

      option “stop” will wait for running request to finish where as “abort” will terminate any running request.

    6. Vanitha Sivakumar says:

      Atul,

      If ‘Stop’ can handle any running concurrent requests, do we need to perform manual steps { 2 to 5} mentioned in the notes {under section : steps to bring down middle-tier services) ?

      Thanks,
      Vanitha Sivakumar.

    7. Naresh says:

      Stop doesn’t handle the running concurrent request. We have only two option either to terminate or wait till the CR completes.

    8. muhammedazher says:

      Hi,

      Can ne body help me….i have a problem with CCM, yesterday after bouncing TEST instance, the CCM is showing inactive….

      Regards
      Azher

    9. SubbaRao says:

      Azher,

      Please check whether Concurrent Manager up or not. If it is not up, start the Concurrent Manager

      adcmctl.sh start apps/

      Regards,
      SubbaRao

    10. Atul says:

      Azher,
      As suggested by Subba Rao, if you still can’t see CM up after starting service using adcmctl.sh then check log file at $APPLCSF/log/$CONTEXT_NAME/_.mgr

      where MM is month on which you started CM & DD is Date

    11. lakshmikanthan says:

      AutoConfig is configuring the Database environment…

      AutoConfig will consider the custom templates if present.
      Using ORACLE_HOME location : /ften/r02/oracle/ftendb/9.2.0
      ERROR: OA_JRE_TOP isn’t available at either of the following locations
      JDK – /ften/r02/oracle/ftendb/9.2.0/jdk
      JRE – /ften/r02/oracle/ftendb/9.2.0/jdk
      Pass option ‘java’ on command line
      ERROR: OA_JRE_TOP isn’t available at either of the following locations
      JDK – /ften/r02/oracle/ftendb/9.2.0/jdk
      JRE – /ften/r02/oracle/ftendb/9.2.0/jdk
      Pass option ‘java’ on command line
      ERROR in setting Environment variable ADJREOPTS

      HOW TO CHANGE THE LINK FILE USER AND GROUP OF OWNERSHIP

      lrwxrwxrwx 1 venkatesan applften 17 Dec 29 12:38 jdk -> /usr/opt/jdk1.3.1

      lrwxrwxrwx 1 venkatesan applften 10 Dec 29 12:30 JRE -> appsjre118

      lrwxrwxrwx 1 venkatesan applften 5 Dec 29 12:35 oui21 -> oui22

    12. Naresh says:

      The soft link can be dropped using ‘rm’ command and recreate after loging as applmgr user using the following cmd

      ln -s source_file myfile

      Replace source_file with the name of the existing file for which you want to create the symbolic link (this file can be any existing file or directory across the file systems). Replace myfile with the name of the symbolic link

      or

      you may use chown command to change ownership.

      Regards
      Naresh

    13. lakshmikanthan says:

      hi Naresh
      thanks for your kind information

      But tried to change ownership via root and oracle user. i checked env file also.also jdk1.3.1 was already installed.
      i cant able to modify that one
      please tell me another way to change that link file ownership,i am critical situation.

    14. lakshmikanthan says:

      thanks Naresh

      now i retrieved my problem

    15. swathi says:

      hello atul,

      really wonderful work ur doing…

      i just joined in small company oracle apps trainee, i did mtech(pg) in IT stream and 9i ocp also.

      please i need to know list of things to learn in oracle apps dba.

      is there any hand on book to study pls gv the author name

      hope u replay atul

    16. SubbaRao says:

      Swathi,

      Its just my opinion,

      Good, You can find all the topics in this site. Follow this site carefully and go through the all documents related to Oracle Apps DBA in Oracle Documents.

      Here is the link for Oracle Documentation for Release 12 and 11i.

      http://download-uk.oracle.com/docs/cd/B34956_01/current/html/doctop.html

      http://download-west.oracle.com/docs/cd/B25516_06/current/html/docset.html

      Good Luck,

      Regards,
      SubbaRao

    17. dangana says:

      Hi Atul,
      Thank you for immense contribution, i really appreciate your effort infact i follow your post this gives me the courage to even start installing 11i, but unfurtnately for me while running my installation on linux 4 i recieved an error, the detail in the log is below:

      Oracle Applications Rapid Install Wizard Install log
      >> Using Rapid Wizard Version : 11.5.10.35
      >> Install session started : Mon Jun 23 03:20:22 EDT 2008
      >> Rapid Wizard source location : /home/stage11i/startCD/Disk1/rapidwiz
      >> Command Line arguments for this execution :
      ================================================================
      =
      Install Session Information
      Host Name : localhost.localdomain
      Host Operating System : Linux
      User running Install : applmgr
      ================================================================
      =
      InstUpgPanel
      User
      action : Install Oracle Applications
      Install type : Standard Install
      InstallPanel
      User
      action : Create configuration file
      Description : To create a new intance cofiguration.
      NumNodesPanel
      Install
      type : Single node Install
      Description : Installs all the services on a single node.
      InstallSidPanel
      Database
      type : Vision Demo Database
      Database name : VIS
      RdbmsPanel
      Derived
      Mount Points :
      Oracle OS User : applmgr
      Oracle OS Group : dba
      Base Install directory : /d01/oracle
      Oracle Home : /d01/oracle/visdb/9.2.0
      Data Top (SYS) : /d01/oracle/visdata
      Data Top (LOG) : /d01/oracle/visdata
      Data Top (TXN) : /d01/oracle/visdata
      Data Top (ARCHIVE) : /d01/oracle/visdata
      MtierInfoPanel
      Configuration
      Information for Node localhost
      Admin
      Server / Concurrent
      Mgr / Forms Server / Web Server
      Derived Mount Points :
      Apps OS User : applmgr
      Apps OS Group : dba
      Base Install directory : /d01/oracle
      APPL_TOP Mount point : /d01/oracle/visappl
      APPL_TOP aux. 1 : /d01/oracle/visappl
      APPL_TOP aux. 2 : /d01/oracle/visappl
      APPL_TOP aux. 3 : /d01/oracle/visappl
      COMMON_TOP : /d01/oracle/viscomn
      8.0.6 ORACLE_HOME : /d01/oracle/visora/8.0.6
      iAS ORACLE_HOME : /d01/oracle/visora/iAS
      Temp Directory : /d01/oracle/viscomn/temp
      PortPanel
      Selected
      port pool :
      Domain Name : localdomain
      Database Port : 1521
      RPC Port : 1626
      Reports Port : 7000
      Web Listener Port : 8000
      OProcMgr Port : 8100
      Web PLSQL Port : 8200
      Servlet Port : 8800
      Forms Listener Port : 9000
      Metrics Server Data Port : 9100
      Metrics Server Req. Port : 9200
      JTF Fulfillment Server Port : 9300
      Map Viewer Servlet Port : 9800
      OEM Web Utility Port : 10000
      VisiBroker OrbServer Agent Port : 10100
      MSCA Server Port : 10200
      MSCA Dispatcher Port : 10300
      Java Object Cache Port : 12345
      OACORE Servlet Port Range : 1600016009
      Discoverer Servlet Port Range : 1700017009
      Forms Servlet Port Range : 1800018009
      XMLSVCS Servlet Port Range : 1900019009
      AppsConfig temp dir set to: /tmp
      ConfigFilePanel
      Setting
      temp directory to : /tmp
      /tmp/
      Writing configuration file to : /tmp/config.txt
      Port Availability Check :
      Database
      Port Value = 1521…… Available
      RPC Port Value = 1626…… Available
      Forms Listener Port Value = 9000…… Available
      Metrics Server Port Value = 9100…… Available
      Metrics Client Port Value = 9200…… Available
      Forms Servlet Port Range Value = 18000…… Available
      Forms Servlet Port Range Value = 18001…… Available
      Forms Servlet Port Range Value = 18002…… Available
      Forms Servlet Port Range Value = 18003…… Available
      Forms Servlet Port Range Value = 18004…… Available
      Forms Servlet Port Range Value = 18005…… Available
      Forms Servlet Port Range Value = 18006…… Available
      Forms Servlet Port Range Value = 18007…… Available
      Forms Servlet Port Range Value = 18008…… Available
      Forms Servlet Port Range Value = 18009…… Available
      Report Listener Port Value = 7000…… Available
      Web Listener Port Value = 8000…… Available
      Web Listener PLSQL Port Value = 8200…… Available
      Servlet Port Value = 8800…… Available
      JTF Fulfillment Server Port Value = 9300…… Available
      Map Viewer Servlet Port Value = 9800…… Available
      OEM Web Utility Port Value = 10000…… Available
      VisiBroker OrbServer Agent Port Value = 10100…… Available
      MSCA Server Port Value = 10200…… Available
      MSCA Dispatcher Port Value = 10300…… Available
      OACORE Servlet Port Range Value = 16000…… Available
      OACORE Servlet Port Range Value = 16001…… Available
      OACORE Servlet Port Range Value = 16002…… Available
      OACORE Servlet Port Range Value = 16003…… Available
      OACORE Servlet Port Range Value = 16004…… Available
      OACORE Servlet Port Range Value = 16005…… Available
      OACORE Servlet Port Range Value = 16006…… Available
      OACORE Servlet Port Range Value = 16007…… Available
      OACORE Servlet Port Range Value = 16008…… Available
      OACORE Servlet Port Range Value = 16009…… Available
      Discoverer Servlet Port Range Value = 17000…… Available
      Discoverer Servlet Port Range Value = 17001…… Available
      Discoverer Servlet Port Range Value = 17002…… Available
      Discoverer Servlet Port Range Value = 17003…… Available
      Discoverer Servlet Port Range Value = 17004…… Available
      Discoverer Servlet Port Range Value = 17005…… Available
      Discoverer Servlet Port Range Value = 17006…… Available
      Discoverer Servlet Port Range Value = 17007…… Available
      Discoverer Servlet Port Range Value = 17008…… Available
      Discoverer Servlet Port Range Value = 17009…… Available
      XMLSVCS Servlet Port Range Value = 19000…… Available
      XMLSVCS Servlet Port Range Value = 19001…… Available
      XMLSVCS Servlet Port Range Value = 19002…… Available
      XMLSVCS Servlet Port Range Value = 19003…… Available
      XMLSVCS Servlet Port Range Value = 19004…… Available
      XMLSVCS Servlet Port Range Value = 19005…… Available
      XMLSVCS Servlet Port Range Value = 19006…… Available
      XMLSVCS Servlet Port Range Value = 19007…… Available
      XMLSVCS Servlet Port Range Value = 19008…… Available
      XMLSVCS Servlet Port Range Value = 19009…… Available
      Operating System Check
      command
      : /home/stage11i/startCD/Disk1/rapidwiz/bin/checkOS.sh
      Operating System patch/version test has succeeded
      O/S User and Group Check
      ORACLE
      HOME OWNER applmgr
      ORACLE HOME GROUP ACCOUNT dba
      APPLICATION TIER USER ACCOUNT applmgr
      APPLICATION TIER GROUP ACCOUNT dba
      Port Uniqueness Check :
      All
      ports are unique.
      File System Check :
      Database
      ORACLE_HOME has write privileges:
      Mount Point = /d01/oracle/visdb/9.2.0
      Database ORACLE_HOME admin folder has write privileges:
      Mount Point = /d01/oracle/visdb/9.2.0/appsutil
      Database ORACLE_HOME temp folder has write privileges:
      Mount Point = /d01/oracle/visdb/9.2.0/appsutil/temp
      Database Install Log Directory has write privileges:
      Mount Point = /d01/oracle/visdb/9.2.0/appsutil/log/VIS_localhost
      Database Install Out Directory has write privileges:
      Mount Point = /d01/oracle/visdb/9.2.0/appsutil/out/VIS_localhost/templbac
      Database System File Directory has write privileges:
      Mount Point = /d01/oracle/visdata
      Database Log File Directory has write privileges:
      Mount Point = /d01/oracle/visdata
      Database Transaction File Directory has write privileges:
      Mount Point = /d01/oracle/visdata
      Database Archive File Directory has write privileges:
      Mount Point = /d01/oracle/visdata
      APPL_TOP has write privileges:
      Mount Point = /d01/oracle/visappl
      APPL_TOP admin has write privileges:
      Mount Point = /d01/oracle/visappl/admin
      APPL_TOP mount 2 has write privileges:
      Mount Point = /d01/oracle/visappl
      APPL_TOP mount 3 has write privileges:
      Mount Point = /d01/oracle/visappl
      APPL_TOP mount 4 has write privileges:
      Mount Point = /d01/oracle/visappl
      COMMON_TOP has write privileges:
      Mount Point = /d01/oracle/viscomn
      JAVA_TOP has write privileges:
      Mount Point = /d01/oracle/viscomn/java
      JDK_TOP has write privileges:
      Mount Point = /d01/oracle/viscomn/util/java/1.4/j2sdk1.4.2_04
      PORTAL_TOP has write privileges:
      Mount Point = /d01/oracle/viscomn/portal
      Temp Directory has write privileges:
      Mount Point = /d01/oracle/viscomn/temp
      APPL_TOP admin Install Log Directory has write privileges:
      Mount Point = /d01/oracle/visappl/admin/VIS_localhost/log
      APPL_TOP admin Install Out Directory has write privileges:
      Mount Point = /d01/oracle/visappl/admin/VIS_localhost/out/templbac
      Apps ORACLE_HOME has write privileges:
      Mount Point = /d01/oracle/visora/iAS
      Tools ORACLE_HOME has write privileges:
      Mount Point = /d01/oracle/visora/8.0.6
      File Space Check :
      Mount
      Point for /d01/oracle/visdb/9.2.0 = /
      Disk space on system acceptable :
      Database ORACLE_HOME = /d01/oracle/visdb/9.2.0
      required = 3091.0
      actual = 97266.25
      Mount Point for /d01/oracle/visdata = /
      Disk space on system acceptable :
      Database System File Directory = /d01/oracle/visdata
      required = 12023.0
      actual = 94175.25
      Mount Point for /d01/oracle/visdata = /
      Disk space on system acceptable :
      Database Log File Directory = /d01/oracle/visdata
      required = 160.0
      actual = 82152.25
      Mount Point for /d01/oracle/visdata = /
      Disk space on system acceptable :
      Database Transaction File Directory = /d01/oracle/visdata
      required = 28870.0
      actual = 81992.25
      Mount Point for /d01/oracle/visdata = /
      Disk space on system acceptable :
      Database Archive File Directory = /d01/oracle/visdata
      required = 21206.0
      actual = 53122.25
      Mount Point for /d01/oracle/visappl = /
      Disk space on system acceptable :
      APPL_TOP = /d01/oracle/visappl
      required = 5705.0
      actual = 31916.25
      Mount Point for /d01/oracle/visappl = /
      Disk space on system acceptable :
      APPL_TOP mount 2 = /d01/oracle/visappl
      required = 3212.0
      actual = 26211.25
      Mount Point for /d01/oracle/visappl = /
      Disk space on system acceptable :
      APPL_TOP mount 3 = /d01/oracle/visappl
      required = 5852.0
      actual = 22999.25
      Mount Point for /d01/oracle/visappl = /
      Disk space on system acceptable :
      APPL_TOP mount 4 = /d01/oracle/visappl
      required = 2524.0
      actual = 17147.25
      Mount Point for /d01/oracle/viscomn = /
      Disk space on system acceptable :
      COMMON_TOP = /d01/oracle/viscomn
      required = 2963.0
      actual = 14623.25
      Mount Point for /d01/oracle/visora/iAS = /
      Disk space on system acceptable :
      Apps ORACLE_HOME = /d01/oracle/visora/iAS
      required = 2600.0
      actual = 11660.25
      Mount Point for /d01/oracle/visora/8.0.6 = /
      Disk space on system acceptable :
      Tools ORACLE_HOME = /d01/oracle/visora/8.0.6
      required = 3027.0
      actual = 9060.25
      Host/Domain Check
      command
      : /bin/ping c
      1 localhost
      PING localhost.localdomain (127.0.0.1) 56(84) bytes of data.
      64 bytes from localhost.localdomain (127.0.0.1): icmp_seq=0 ttl=64 time=0.036 ms
      localhost.
      localdomain ping statistics 1
      packets transmitted, 1 received, 0% packet loss, time 0ms
      rtt min/avg/max/mdev = 0.036/0.036/0.036/0.000 ms, pipe 2
      host ping has succeeded
      command : /bin/ping c
      1 localhost.localdomain
      PING localhost.localdomain (127.0.0.1) 56(84) bytes of data.
      64 bytes from localhost.localdomain (127.0.0.1): icmp_seq=0 ttl=64 time=0.031 ms
      localhost.
      localdomain ping statistics 1
      packets transmitted, 1 received, 0% packet loss, time 0ms
      rtt min/avg/max/mdev = 0.031/0.031/0.031/0.000 ms, pipe 2
      host.domain ping has succeeded
      OS Patch Checks
      running
      command : OSPatchCheck.checkPatch()
      OS = Linux OSVersion = 2.6.911.
      ELsmp
      No Patch Information available for this Platform
      System Utilities Check
      These
      utilities need to be accessible on your system in order to do administrative tasks.
      command : /home/stage11i/startCD/Disk1/rapidwiz/bin/adchkutl.sh
      Checking for make… found /
      usr/bin/make
      Checking for ld… found /
      usr/bin/ld
      Checking for cc… found /
      usr/bin/cc
      Checking for ar… found /
      usr/bin/ar
      Checking for ksh… found @(#)
      PD KSH v5.2.14 99/07/13.2
      Utility check completed successfully
      System Utilities Availability test has succeeded
      DoInstallPanel Summary
      Text
      The Rapid Install Wizard will now install the following:
      DoInstallPanel User
      continued install at warning dialog.
      Starting
      from Rapid Install Full Stage area /home/stage11i/oraDB/Disk1
      RapidWiz location: /home/stage11i/startCD/Disk1/rapidwiz
      Install Media location: /home/stage11i/startCD/Disk1
      APPL_TOP location: /d01/oracle/visappl
      Database ORACLE_HOME: /d01/oracle/visdb/9.2.0
      Database SID: VIS
      Database Context Name : VIS_localhost
      Creating 9.2.0 DB Context from /
      home/stage11i/startCD/Disk1/rapidwiz/etc/adxdbctx.tmp to /
      d01/oracle/visdb/9.2.0/appsutil/VIS_localhost.xml
      instantiate file:
      source : /home/stage11i/startCD/Disk1/rapidwiz/etc/adxdbctx.tmp
      dest : /d01/oracle/visdb/9.2.0/appsutil/VIS_localhost.xml
      instantiate file:
      source : /d01/oracle/visdb/9.2.0/appsutil/VIS_localhost.xml
      dest : /d01/oracle/visdb/9.2.0/appsutil/VIS_localhost.xml
      instantiate file:
      source : /d01/oracle/visdb/9.2.0/appsutil/VIS_localhost.xml
      dest : /d01/oracle/visdb/9.2.0/appsutil/VIS_localhost.xml
      instantiate file:
      source : /d01/oracle/visdb/9.2.0/temp/restart.xml
      dest : /d01/oracle/visdb/9.2.0/temp/restart.xml
      instantiate file:
      source : /d01/oracle/visdb/9.2.0/temp/restart.xml
      dest : /d01/oracle/visdb/9.2.0/temp/restart.xml
      Creating APPL_TOP Context from /
      home/stage11i/startCD/Disk1/rapidwiz/etc/adxmlctx.tmp to /
      d01/oracle/visappl/admin/VIS_localhost.xml
      instantiate file:
      source : /home/stage11i/startCD/Disk1/rapidwiz/etc/adxmlctx.tmp
      dest : /d01/oracle/visappl/admin/VIS_localhost.xml
      instantiate file:
      source : /d01/oracle/visappl/admin/VIS_localhost.xml
      dest : /d01/oracle/visappl/admin/VIS_localhost.xml
      instantiate file:
      source : /d01/oracle/visappl/admin/VIS_localhost.xml
      dest : /d01/oracle/visappl/admin/VIS_localhost.xml
      instantiate file:
      source : /d01/oracle/visappl/admin/VIS_localhost.xml
      dest : /d01/oracle/visappl/admin/VIS_localhost.xml
      instantiate file:
      source : /d01/oracle/visappl/admin/VIS_localhost.xml
      dest : /d01/oracle/visappl/admin/VIS_localhost.xml
      instantiate file:
      source : /d01/oracle/viscomn/temp/restart.xml
      dest : /d01/oracle/viscomn/temp/restart.xml
      instantiate file:
      source : /d01/oracle/viscomn/temp/restart.xml
      dest : /d01/oracle/viscomn/temp/restart.xml
      Processing DriverFile = /home/stage11i/startCD/Disk1/rapidwiz/template/adridb.drv
      Running Instantiation Drivers for /
      home/stage11i/startCD/Disk1/rapidwiz/template/adridb.drv
      Processing DriverFile = /home/stage11i/startCD/Disk1/rapidwiz/template/adriapps.drv
      Running Instantiation Drivers for /
      home/stage11i/startCD/Disk1/rapidwiz/template/adriapps.drv
      Total number of processes in Current Install 5
      Processing DriverFile = /home/stage11i/startCD/Disk1/rapidwiz/template/adridb.drv
      Running Instantiation Drivers for /
      home/stage11i/startCD/Disk1/rapidwiz/template/adridb.drv
      instantiate file:
      source : /home/stage11i/startCD/Disk1/rapidwiz/template/adrun9i.sh
      dest : /d01/oracle/visdb/9.2.0/temp/VIS_localhost/adrun9i.sh
      backup : /d01/oracle/visdb/9.2.0/temp/VIS_localhost/adrun9i.sh to /
      d01/oracle/visdb/9.2.0/appsutil/out/VIS_localhost/templbac/adrun9i3.sh
      setting permissions: 755
      setting ownership: applmgr:dba
      instantiate file:
      source : /home/stage11i/startCD/Disk1/rapidwiz/template/adrundb.sh
      dest : /d01/oracle/visdb/9.2.0/temp/VIS_localhost/adrundb.sh
      backup : /d01/oracle/visdb/9.2.0/temp/VIS_localhost/adrundb.sh to /
      d01/oracle/visdb/9.2.0/appsutil/out/VIS_localhost/templbac/adrundb3.sh
      setting permissions: 755
      setting ownership: applmgr:dba
      Step 0 of 5
      Command: /d01/oracle/visdb/9.2.0/temp/VIS_localhost/adrun9i.sh
      Step 1 of 5: Doing UNIX preprocessing
      Processing Step 1 of 5
      Executing: /d01/oracle/visdb/9.2.0/temp/VIS_localhost/adrun9i.sh APPS APPS
      STARTED INSTALL PHASE : 9i RDBMS : Mon Jun 23 03:22:46 EDT 2008
      runProcess_1
      Executing command:
      /home/stage11i/startCD/Disk1/rapidwiz/jre/Linux/1.4.2//bin/jre mx512M
      classpath
      \n /
      home/stage11i/startCD/Disk1/
      rapidwiz/jre/Linux/1.4.2//lib/rt.jar:/home/stage11i/startCD/
      Disk1/rapidwiz/jre/Linux/1.4.2//lib/i18n.jar:
      /home/stage11i/startCD/Disk1/rapidwiz/jlib/j
      ava:/home/stage11i/startCD/Disk1/rapidwiz/jlib/
      xmlparserv2.zip
      oracle.apps.ad.autoconfig.InstantiateFile e
      /
      d01/oracle/visdb/9.2.0/appsutil/VIS_localhost.xml d
      /home/stage11i/startCD/Disk1/rapidwiz/driver/db/driver/gdb920.drv pwd
      no_password_here log
      /d01/oracle/visdb/9.2.0/appsutil/log/VIS_localhost/dbInstall.log
      verbose
      Enter the location of the CD labeled Oracle Applications Rapid Install RDBMS
      Disk
      1 :
      Checking Disk contents in /
      home/stage11i/startCD/Disk1/rapidwiz
      Checking Disk contents in /
      home/stage11i/oraDB/Disk1
      Checking Disk contents in /
      home/stage11i/oraDB/Disk1
      UnzipCount:108
      Processing Disk1….
      Processing Disk2….
      Processing Disk3….
      runProcess_2
      Statusstring Copying the Database Context template file.
      runProcess_3
      Statusstring Executing Command: InstantiateFile d
      instconf.drv
      Executing command: /home/stage11i/startCD/Disk1/rapidwiz/jre/Linux/1.4.2//bin/jre
      mx512M
      classpath
      /
      home/stage11i/startCD/Disk1/rapidwiz/jre/Linux/1.4.2//lib/rt.jar
      :/home/stage11i/startCD/
      Disk1/rapidwiz/jre/Linux/1.4.2//lib/i18n.jar:
      /home/stage11i/startCD/Disk1/rapidwiz/jlib/j
      ava:/home/stage11i/startCD/Disk1/rapidwiz/jlib/xmlparserv2.zip
      oracle.apps.ad.autoconfig.InstantiateFile e
      /
      d01/oracle/visdb/9.2.0/appsutil/VIS_localhost.xml d
      /
      d01/oracle/visdb/9.2.0/appsutil/driver/instconf.drv pwd
      no_password_here log
      /
      d01/oracle/visdb/9.2.0/appsutil/log/VIS_localhost/dbInstallcfg.log
      runProcess_4
      Statusstring Executing Command: recreating context file
      runProcess_5
      Statusstring Executing Command: InstantiateFile d
      addbtmpl.drv
      runProcess_6
      Statusstring Executing Command: adlnkoh.sh
      adlnkoh.sh started at Mon Jun 23 03:44:29 EDT 2008
      logfile located in /d01/oracle/visdb/9.2.0/install/make.log
      Error while running adlnkoh.sh. Please check logfile
      Errors while running adlnkoh.sh
      There was an error while running the command /
      d01/oracle/visdb/9.2.0/temp/VIS_localhost/adrun9i.sh APPS APPS
      /d01/oracle/visdb/9.2.0/appsutil/install/adlnkoh.sh: line 198: /
      d01/oracle/visdb/9.2.0/bin/sqlplus: No such file or directory
      RW50010:
      Error: script
      has returned an error: 1
      RW50004:
      Error code received when running external process. Check log file for
      details.
      Running Database Install Driver for VIS instance
      Processing DriverFile = /home/stage11i/startCD/Disk1/rapidwiz/template/adridb.drv
      Running Instantiation Drivers for /
      home/stage11i/startCD/Disk1/rapidwiz/template/adridb.drv
      instantiate file:
      source : /home/stage11i/startCD/Disk1/rapidwiz/template/adrun9i.sh
      dest : /d01/oracle/visdb/9.2.0/temp/VIS_localhost/adrun9i.sh
      backup : /d01/oracle/visdb/9.2.0/temp/VIS_localhost/adrun9i.sh to /
      d01/oracle/visdb/9.2.0/appsutil/out/VIS_localhost/templbac/adrun9i4.sh
      setting permissions: 755
      setting ownership: applmgr:dba
      instantiate file:
      source : /home/stage11i/startCD/Disk1/rapidwiz/template/adrundb.sh
      dest : /d01/oracle/visdb/9.2.0/temp/VIS_localhost/adrundb.sh
      backup : /d01/oracle/visdb/9.2.0/temp/VIS_localhost/adrundb.sh to /
      d01/oracle/visdb/9.2.0/appsutil/out/VIS_localhost/templbac/adrundb4.sh
      setting permissions: 755
      setting ownership: applmgr:dba
      Step 0 of 5
      Command: /d01/oracle/visdb/9.2.0/temp/VIS_localhost/adrun9i.sh
      Step 1 of 5: Doing UNIX preprocessing
      Processing Step 1 of 5
      Executing: /d01/oracle/visdb/9.2.0/temp/VIS_localhost/adrun9i.sh APPS APPS
      STARTED INSTALL PHASE : 9i RDBMS : Mon Jun 23 03:47:02 EDT 2008
      runProcess_6
      Statusstring Executing Command: adlnkoh.sh
      adlnkoh.sh started at Mon Jun 23 03:47:02 EDT 2008
      logfile located in /d01/oracle/visdb/9.2.0/install/make.log
      Error while running adlnkoh.sh. Please check logfile
      Errors while running adlnkoh.sh
      There was an error while running the command /
      d01/oracle/visdb/9.2.0/temp/VIS_localhost/adrun9i.sh APPS APPS
      /d01/oracle/visdb/9.2.0/appsutil/install/adlnkoh.sh: line 198: /
      d01/oracle/visdb/9.2.0/bin/sqlplus: No such file or directory
      RW50010:
      Error: script
      has returned an error: 1
      RW50004:
      Error code received when running external process. Check log file for
      details.
      Running Database Install Driver for VIS instance.

      waiting for your anticipated solution
      thank

    18. Atul says:

      Issue happened while relinking database binaries.

      Check gcc version mentioned at http://onlineappsdba.com/index.php/2007/10/31/install-oracle-11i-115102-on-linux/

      A) set environment variable LD_ASSUME_KERNEL=2.4.19 for root user
      B) gcc -v (Should be of version 3.2.x) For any other version

      install gcc version 3.2.X and create softlink as mentioned in above

    19. Rahul says:

      Hi,
      You are doing a great job man. Hats off to you as i have learned so many things from your website.

      Regards,
      Rahul

    20. Ahmed says:

      Hi
      I am getting the error when login to the Applications 11i we are having 2 nodes 1 is for Apps and other is for Database the error is

      “[Load Applet at (null)]: ORA-20000: Invalid License Key [192.168.20.48]ORA-20002: Key expired at 25-JUL-2008 ORA-06512: at “APPS.XXLPR_WEB_UTIL”, line 149 ORA-06512: at “APPS.XXLPR_WEB_UTIL”, line 204 ORA-06512: at line 1″
      The IP mentioned in the error is Database node IP
      need you support to solve this issue

    21. jee says:

      hi
      any one can help me
      i installed Oracle apps in my laptop,it starts working fine ,suddenly EBS not working . DEV working fine

      Please help me out

      thanks
      jee

    22. Kiran says:

      Atul
      Can you pls help me out with below error

      [Load Applet at (null)]: ORA-20000: Invalid License Key [172.31.208.46]ORA-01403: no data found ORA-06512: at “APPS.XXLPR_WEB_UTIL”, line 149 ORA-06512: at “APPS.XXLPR_WEB_UTIL”, line 204 ORA-06512: at line 1

    23. Naresh says:

      This seems to be issue with license key. When the above error is thrown

    24. Sanjeev Nanda says:

      Hi Atul,

      You are doing a great job man,please help me

      what adclonectx.pl does ,what instconf.drv does when it run on db tier and what it does when it run application tier,

      what sequence these script run

      adchkutl.sh,dclonectx.pl , instconf.drv when you run adcfgclone.sh

      waiting for your anticipated answar.

    25. Sanjeev Nanda says:

      Hi
      what Techstack driver files instconf.drv and template files (forOracle_iAS_Home/appsutil/templateOracle_806_Home/appsutil/template) it contains what information.

      regards
      sanjeev

    26. Atul Kumar says:

      @ Sanjeev

      instconf.drv is Template file driver file for applying a clone using AutoClone for IAS_ORACLE_HOME or ORACLE_HOME (forms/report) on Middle Tier

      $IAS_ORACLE_HOME/appsutil/driver/instconf.drv (on Middle Tier) – Template file driver file for applying a clone using AutoClone in Web Server Oracle Home

      $ORACLE_HOME/appsutil/driver/instconf.drv (on Middle Tier) – Template file driver file for applying a clone using AutoClone in Forms & Reports ORACLE_HOME

      $ORACLE_HOME/appsutil/driver/instconf.drv (on Database Tier) – Template file driver file for applying a clone using AutoClone in Database ORACLE_HOME

      Template file

      Any files under the $ORACLE_HOME that contain system specific information, will be replicated and converted into a template. These templates are placed into the $ORACLE_HOME/appsutil/template directory

    27. Sanjeev Nanda says:

      hi Atul,
      thanks for your kind information.
      please let me know /admin/template
      FND_TOP/admin/template, and AD_TOP/Admin/template, contains.

      regards
      sanjeev

    28. Sanjeev Nanda says:

      please let me know /admin/template
      FND_TOP/admin/template, and AD_TOP/Admin/template, contains.

      Regards
      sanjeev

    29. Sanjeev Nanda says:

      please let me know PROD_TOP/admin/template
      FND_TOP/admin/template, and AD_TOP/Admin/template, contains.

      Regards
      sanjeev

    30. neenagoel says:

      Please help. Database conection failed. Failed to open service , error 1060.

      I am installing r12.1.1 on windows server 2003. It fails on step 1.

      It is very urgent

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