Re: ASM installation problems: re: Further adventures in the world of RAC

The permissions are set via oracleasm, correct? They are the same for both
nodes, and they are still under root.

On 6/28/07, Anurag Verma <anuragdba@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Did you set the persmissions of disk to oracle user on Node 2 when the
node boots up??
Are they still under root user on the second node?



On 6/27/07, Charles Schultz <sacrophyte@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>
> Two updates:
>
> Oracle Support has responded rather quickly, so perhaps I may be able to
> get an answer through those channels first, for a pleasant change. =)
> Also, ASM on node1 mounted the disk fine, but node2 has the problem:
>
> NODE1_SQL> select state,header_status,substr(name,1,12) Name,free_mb,
> substr(path,1,16) PATH from v$asm_disk;
>
> STATE    HEADER_STATU NAME            FREE_MB PATH
> -------- ------------ ------------ ---------- ----------------
> NORMAL   PROVISIONED                        0 ORCL:VOLUME2
> NORMAL   MEMBER       VOLUME1           34766 ORCL:VOLUME1
>
> NODE2_SQL> select state,header_status,substr(name,1,12) Name,free_mb,
> substr(path,1,16) PATH from v$asm_disk;
>
> STATE    HEADER_STATU NAME            FREE_MB PATH
> -------- ------------ ------------ ---------- ----------------
> NORMAL   UNKNOWN                            0 ORCL:VOLUME2
> NORMAL   UNKNOWN                            0 ORCL:VOLUME1
>
> It has been suggested that I try to drop and recreate the disks. I am
> willing to try it (because this is a new install), but will that mess things
> up for node1?
>
> On 6/27/07, Charles Schultz <sacrophyte@xxxxxxxxx > wrote:
> >
> > I found Bill Wagman's 
thread<http://www.freelists.org/archives/oracle-l/04-2007/msg00205.html>to be quite 
interesting, especially since we are hitting a similar problem
> > now. I filed the SR ( 6395660.992) first in the hopes that someone at
> > Oracle Support will eventually get around to it. =)
> >
> > Hardware/software:
> > RHEL4 (Nanant) running on 2 Dell 2950's, gigabit nic
> > Stock Oracle 10.2.0.1 for clusterware and asm oracle home
> >
> > CRS install went just dandy, including all of K Gopal's suggest cluvfy
> > steps. The ASM install was going nicely until I hit the DBCA, at which point
> > the ASM instance on node 2 could not start because it could not mount the
> > disks. After digging around and finding Varga's 
blog<http://blogs.oracle.com/AlejandroVargas/newsItems/viewFullItem$126>,
> > I did some homework with my sysadmin and configured /etc/sysconfig/oracleasm
> > to exclude the scsi drivers from our linux multipath ( not EMC
> > PowerPath) scans. So, how do I get my ASM instance to mount the disks after
> > solving that little riddle? I am looking through K Gopal's book (and now we
> > have Julian Dyke's book as well); I am sure the answer is in there
> > somewhere, but if someone wants to give me a little hint as to what page,
> > that would be cool. *grin*
> >
> > For those interested in nitty-gritty details, here is the current
> > error:
> > SQL> ALTER DISKGROUP ALL MOUNT;
> > ALTER DISKGROUP ALL MOUNT
> > *
> > ERROR at line 1:
> > ORA-15032: not all alterations performed
> > ORA-15063: ASM discovered an insufficient number of disks for
> > diskgroup "DATA"
> >
> > From alert.log
> > NOTE: cache registered group DATA number=1 incarn=0x0e9a9f02
> > Wed Jun 27 17:08:20 2007
> > ORA-15186: ASMLIB error function = [asm_open],  error = [1],  mesg =
> > [Operation not permitted]
> > Wed Jun 27 17:08:20 2007
> > ORA-15186: ASMLIB error function = [asm_open],  error = [1],  mesg =
> > [Operation not permitted]
> > Wed Jun 27 17:08:20 2007
> > ERROR: no PST quorum in group 1: required 2, found 0
> > Wed Jun 27 17:08:20 2007
> > NOTE: cache dismounting group 1/0x0E9A9F02 (DATA)
> > NOTE: dbwr not being msg'd to dismount
> > ERROR: diskgroup DATA was not mounted
> >
> > I have also looked at Metalink notes:
> > *391136.1
> > * *309815.1
> > **353423.1 - this one might be helpful, but since node1 appears to be
> > ok, I am not so sure about dropping the diskgroup
> > * 398622.1 - I saw a reference for this, but cannot find the note
> > itself.
> >
> > TIA. Hopefully, I am missing something obvious.
> >
> > --
> > Charles Schultz
>
>
>
>
> --
> Charles Schultz





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Charles Schultz

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