RE: Can't open database (OT magnetic pole flipping)

You need to reserve space (a vertical region of space) on the merry-go round
at either the north or south rotational poles. In addition to the space
reservation, your equipment will need to be able to handle the acceleration
to match the turning rate of the earth to reach georotatory statis. I'm told
that RAID 5 units are essential in this configuration. To minimize
communications delays between these DR/flip resistant sites, you may also
want to acquire space in the interpole lumen for your fibre connections.
Remember to use heat resistant cable.

mwf

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[mailto:oracle-l-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx]On Behalf Of Paul Drake
Sent: Wednesday, July 14, 2004 4:33 AM
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Subject: Re: Can't open database


--- Mogens_Nxrgaard <mln@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> We just had two cases of the [2662] with two
> completely different
> customers on the same day as you. The event 10015 or
> 10020 or 10025 or
> whatever solved both, but it was weird to have them
> right on top of each
> other. What was pretty funny was the fact that when
> Torben Holm from
> Miracle ran into it at a customer site he called
> Morten Egan of Miracle
> and asked what to do and was REALLY impressed with
> Mortens incredibly
> fast answer... until he realised Morten was on a
> similar case :-).
>
> So this is probably a Universal 2662 Thing. Some
> butterfly out in Brazil
> flew a bit faster than usual, or something.
>
> Mogens

I have to interject here, Mogens.
Today's excuse calendar reads:

"magnetic pole flipping flux gradient disturbances"

this is not to be confused with the standard "Solar
Flares" excuse (which is a real phenomena when air
conditioning units are concerned).

be prepared for the flip, as we'll have to turn all of
the hard drives upside down. yes, one could simply
invert the entire server, or more correctly, ship the
entire server room to the southern hemisphere (if its
currently in the north). but that could take months.

Carel Jan, what do you think about having a data guard
config in each hemisphere and one at the equator, just
in case?

Paul
</sleep deprevation mode>



>
> Mladen Gogala wrote:
>
> > On 07/13/2004 10:55:52 PM, Rivaldi Bahar wrote:
> >
> >>That's the undocumented parameter I've tried that
> I got
> >>from metalink.
> >>The result is database recovery completed but
> >>ora-600[2662] in trace file and the db shutdown
> when
> >>trying to 'open resetlogs'.
> >
> >
> > There is also a very well undocumented parameter
> called:
> >
> >  _screw_up_database_for_no_particular_reason
> >
> > You are on your way to document it.
>
>
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