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The fact that this file is unreadable for root is preventing oracle's tools from accessing the databases. We have verified this by tracing the srvctl utility and it stops at the point where its trying to read from this file.
'lsof' and 'fuser' might be of some use in that. Ive had no experiences with ocfs, so Im afraid I cant realy be of help..
One bublegum solution that comes to mind, is to just reboot the system to clear any locked processes, or to manually do the init filesystem checks.