RE: srvctl, who are disabled?

Joe,

Can't test it here, but normally "srvctl config database -d <db_unique_name> 
-a" will show you the information you want.

Regards,

Freek D'Hooge
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Subject: srvctl, who are disabled?


Ok I been searching for this for better part of an hour, i'm sure its simple 
but I'm not seeing it. 

I want to know via either srvctl or crsctl, which is the instances are disabled 
from coming up during a reboot, example, standby DB in rac on standby node, i 
have 3, 2 are disabled, how can i tell which of them are disabled, so during 
reboot we can systematically determine output from crs_star which are ok and 
which are not? 

thanks, joe 

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