Hi I though I should post the solution that I found to this oracle problem,
I am not sure why this happened or why oracle behave this way, but the solution was prity much simple all I had to do is add HOST=ccbsn02.localdomain to file /etc/sysconfig/network
The cluster comes up without any issue; the only change that was required was HOST entry. I just used kernel.hostaname and kernel.domainame for host name and domain name which oracle did not like. It looks like oracle reads this file (or something) to get the host name (I may be wrong) rather than getting the host name from “hostname” command while starting init.ohasd.
1. appreciate Any comments with the above findings?
2. What is the relation between dd command and this host entry?
3. If its a prerequset wonder why oracle has not documented this (at least I did not find any )
hope this help some one
Thanks and Best Regards