Re: Rookie Error?

Yeah, in a RAC environment what makes it angry is trying to call 
interface status ioctls on the loopback interface - which of course 
isn't a real interface at all.  Programatically, there's no reason 
Oracle couldn't have had it return some sane error message like, "Tried 
to attach to interface that does not support necessary information - ip 
(blah) interface (blah)", etc. etc.  Instead, the cluster manager just 
crashes with gibberish and numbers that obviously indicate type 
overflows.

10g is extra dumb, because it actually uses the output from uname() or 
gethostname() (we haven't determined which) to determine its node 
identity in a CRS config - its not smart enough to store ip 
information, or be told that on the fly.  When we implemented 10g 
support in our software, that was one of the multitude of new 10g RAC 
annoyances.

Thanks,
Matt

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On Nov 29, 2004, at 11:27 AM, Jesse, Rich wrote:

> Eeep!  Same thing burned me when setting up RAC, but it was only the 
> private net that was hosed (hadn't gotten as far as attempting a 
> connection).  I only found it when I retraced every stinking setup 
> step-by-step and noticed that my /etc/hosts was just that little 
> different from the example RAC setup.
> Rich
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> Subject: Re: Rookie Error?
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>
> Thanks Matt, no worries, I understood the first time.
>
> That was a masterful bit of sleuthing Matt, you nailed it.
>
> The IP for sherlock was set to 127.0.0.1 in sherlock:/etc/hosts.
>
> Reset it to 192.168.1.101, restart the listener, all is well.
>
> Thanks, I hope this has been burned into my memory now.  :)
>
> Jared
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