Re: srvctl remove asm generates PRKS-1033 and CRS-0214

  • From: "Charles Schultz" <sacrophyte@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: oraclelist@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Wed, 1 Aug 2007 09:07:59 -0500


It is tough to diagnose from here. =) See the rant that Bill Wagman shares
with us.
As Li-Shan Cheng pointed out, we had to use crs_stop on ASM first, and then
srvctl remove asm. LS Cheng did a great job at reproducing the error and
coming up with the right solution.

I agree, the documentation is good indeed; but not comprehensive by any
means. Li-Shan pointed out, from the documentation, that one should use
crs_stop when a service is in an UNKNOWN state, but there is not much else
besides that. And you gotta love those "dangerous" commands. We were
recently by Oracle Support told that crs_unregister is buggy and not well

There is a lot of black magic that goes on with CRS, enough to make any
BAAG-party member have cold sweats and nightmares. *grin*

On 7/31/07, Randy Johnson <oraclelist@xxxxxxxxxxxxx > wrote:
> Charles,
> Its tough to diagnose this from here but if your OCR is out of sync you
> can
> try using the -f option of srvctl remove. You may also need to run
> crs_unregister to clean it up. There are some good docs out there on these
> commands. Also note that these are dangerous commands and you should
> backup
> your OCR before you run them, just in case something goes a miss.
>         -Randy

Charles Schultz

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