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Old 03-25-2009, 06:59 AM   #1
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RH LINUX AS2.1 - CMconnection failure


we have redhat linux as2.1 and oracle 9i rac as back end database
For the last 4 months we get some error in cm.log
in oracle form could not get resolved and i found same type of problem
posted in this forum and replied also. however the log message is different from ours
the log is as given below

ERROR: CmRequestListener(): ConnectCommPort failed., tid = CMConnectListerner:32773 file = cmclient.c, line = 289 {Wed Mar 25 12:46:52 2009 }

thank you in advance
 
Old 03-26-2009, 11:57 AM   #2
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we have redhat linux as2.1 and oracle 9i rac as back end database
For the last 4 months we get some error in cm.log
in oracle form could not get resolved and i found same type of problem
posted in this forum and replied also. however the log message is different from ours
the log is as given below

ERROR: CmRequestListener(): ConnectCommPort failed., tid = CMConnectListerner:32773 file = cmclient.c, line = 289 {Wed Mar 25 12:46:52 2009 }

thank you in advance
The listener call is failing. You say you get "some error", now you get different errors. Which did you post?

The best thing you could do is to contact Oracle, and open a support call. Oracle RAC is very well supported.
 
Old 03-27-2009, 02:16 AM   #3
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The listener call is failing. You say you get "some error", now you get different errors. Which did you post?

The best thing you could do is to contact Oracle, and open a support call. Oracle RAC is very well supported.
this forum has replied related type of error(cm connection error) that is why i have approached this forum. The error which i have posted is the one i get. However oracle has suggested to go for 9.2.0.8 patch. Though the same configuration and same application in another site in our organisation is running fine. In that site we get no error like this. Both systems have same version and patches of oracle. As I have some doubt about os level parameter/connections internally. please suggest. Our hardware is HP4640 SAN system storage EVA storage system. OS is RH Linux Advanced Server 2.1. Oracle uses OCFS(oracle cluster file system). If any further information required please tell me.
 
Old 03-27-2009, 09:53 AM   #4
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this forum has replied related type of error(cm connection error) that is why i have approached this forum. The error which i have posted is the one i get. However oracle has suggested to go for 9.2.0.8 patch. Though the same configuration and same application in another site in our organisation is running fine. In that site we get no error like this. Both systems have same version and patches of oracle. As I have some doubt about os level parameter/connections internally. please suggest. Our hardware is HP4640 SAN system storage EVA storage system. OS is RH Linux Advanced Server 2.1. Oracle uses OCFS(oracle cluster file system). If any further information required please tell me.
If Oracle is suggesting a course of action, I'd certainly go with what they said.
 
  


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