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Driveletters assigned after install? [message #331249] Wed, 02 July 2008 14:37 Go to next message
BattleCat
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Hi Guys,

I'm running a 4 dbnode blade RAC but node2 keeps dropping out with a generic BSOD (the well known 0x0000FFFF error message). I noticed that there are some driveletters assigned to the shared storage disks, is this normal after an install? I'm pretty sure I removed all driverletters pre-install.
Maybe this has to do something with my blue screen as I noticed there are alot of 'can't reach voting/ocr disk' type errors in the css logs, especially on the DBnode2. (I also find them in the other nodes css logs, just not that frequent)

Thanks in advance
Regards,

Phil

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Re: Driveletters assigned after install? [message #331250 is a reply to message #331249] Wed, 02 July 2008 14:40 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Mahesh Rajendran
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Please post the exact error message, relevant portions of the logs and OS version.
Re: Driveletters assigned after install? [message #331262 is a reply to message #331250] Wed, 02 July 2008 15:38 Go to previous message
BattleCat
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ahh, will do that when I'm at work.
OS : W2k3 ent R2 64bit.

And if also someone can confirm that it's normal that oracle assigns driver letters after a succesfull information?

Other things to know :

* cluvfy shows no errors at all
* EM works like a charm, except you have one node down alot of the time, but basicly it's still 100% available for the last week.

Thanks,
Regards,

Phil

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