Re: RAC - Low FILE DESCRIPTOR LIMIT

Pete,

I could not locate Note 416784.1 when I searched under all resources. Was
there a typo?


On 5/9/07, Pete Sharman <peter.sharman@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

 Shiva



Did you also see Note 416784.1?



Pete



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*From:* oracle-l-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:
oracle-l-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] *On Behalf Of *Shivaswamy Raghunath
*Sent:* Wednesday, 9 May 2007 11:12 PM
*To:* Oracle-L
*Subject:* RAC - Low FILE DESCRIPTOR LIMIT



Hello.

We are on RAC on 64 bit RedHat Linux 2.6.9-34 on  10.2.0.2.0 DB with ASM.



I keep getting following message on Alert log of the DB Instances. 
*"WARNING:Oracle
instance running on a system with low open file descriptor limit. Tune your
system to increase this limit to avoid severe performance degradation." *I
have db_files parameter set at 1000. I have file descriptor at OS level on
64K.

I do not know why I am getting this message on the alert log. Has any of
you got this? What is the work around?

Based on Note 330883.1, I thought we had the bug 4462367 and modified the
init.crsd to include ulimit -c unlimited. That has not helped either.

My sev 2 TAR [6286597.994] is over a day old, and begging for any response
from Oracle.

I hope some of the expert good souls here can throw some light.

Thanks,
Shiva

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