Re: move 9i r2 database on host 1 to 10g r1 on another host

My Sincere Thanks to one and all for helping me out to upgrade from 9ir2 to
10gr1. Initially I had problems on host2 (10gr1) with the 9i database files.
There was no drop_segments column in sys.mon_mods$ in my 9ir2(
Because of this smon printed out errors and normal/immediate shutdown of
database was not possible. I had to do an OS level shutdown. Hence I had to
upgrade to After the upgrade, I tried to use dbca for 9i to 10gr1
upgrade which still gave me the internal oracle error. I switched to manual
upgrade and completed it successfully. Thanks once again.

On Wed, Aug 12, 2009 at 4:57 PM, Taylor, Chris David <
ChrisDavid.Taylor@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

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> Notice there is a Note on getting the ORA-0600 [17069] error on upgrade
> from 9.2. to 10.2 (not sure if it applies to you or not)
> Note 5016165.8 
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> *Subject:* Re: move 9i r2 database on host 1 to 10g r1 on another host
> Thanks to one and all for helping me out on this issue. I'm trying out the
> option of copying all the files from host1(9ir2) to host2(10gr1) and then
> upgrade the database with dbua. After I bring the database up with "startup
> upgrade", I invoke dbua and receive the following error:ORA 00600 Internal
> error code, arguments: [17069], [0x53250820], [], [], [], [], [], []
> I checked the udump tace file and it has call stack trace, binary stack
> dump, framedetails ...etc. All of them are in hexadecimal.
> What I did:
> I just exported the ORACLE_SID=catdb
> Initially dbua did not pickup the open catdb database for upgrade on the
> first screen. Hence I added catdb to /etc/oratab and dbua picked it up for
> upgrade and then giving me the oracle internal error.
> /etc/oratab:
> orams:/u01/oracle/app/product/10.1.0/Db_1:N
> catdb:/u01/oracle/app/product/10.1.0/Db_1:N
> Since my control file will be looking for files in the same setup as in
> 9ir2 host1, I replicated the same directory settings (only few) in 10gr1
> host2. Settings below are from host2.
> [oracle@OEL5 ~]$ ls -l /opt/oracle
> total 12
> drwxr-xr-x 3 oracle oinstall 4096 Aug 11 11:20 admin
> drwxr-xr-x 3 oracle oinstall 4096 Aug 11 11:13 oradata
> drwxr-xr-x 3 oracle oinstall 4096 Aug 11 11:00 product
> admin contains directories for trace
> oradata contains datafiles
> and product contains directory 9.2.0 which contains dbs directory that
> contains initcatdb.ora, orapwcatdb, spfilecatdb.ora (all three files were
> copied to 10gr1 directory).
> Any ideas on how to proceed??????? Thanks in advance...........

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