The reason why the databases will not be shutdown during server reboot is that ohasd init script isBut what about shutdown on a normal reboot? I followed the OBE instuctions and removed the rc script that would stop/start the database. Of course the database does a crash recovery. Does any one know if this is what Oracle Corp now expects to be done, that there is no (or at least very little) chance of there being a corruption in the database that cannot be recovered from, when the instance is still running when the server reboots?
not creating a lock file in /var/lock/subsys/ during service startup.During server reboot or shutdown the directory /var/lock/subsys/ will be checked, and only services for which a lock file exist will be cleanly stopped with init scripts. Remaining processes will be killed
by "kill -SIGTERM".As a workaround include "touch /var/lock/subsys/ohasd" in the ohasd init script.
BTW: the same problem apply to Grid Infrastructure for cluster ... Cheers, Robert -- http://www.freelists.org/webpage/oracle-l