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oracle.ons.SubscriptionException [message #416314] Fri, 31 July 2009 11:43 Go to next message
binhpham
Messages: 5
Registered: April 2009
Junior Member

We had a power outage and could not bring up our Oracle 10g app. server. We ran the "emctl start iasconsole" successfully and got to the console but every thing else is down. We got the following oracle.ons.SubscriptionException and not sure what to do next. The ORACLE_HOME remains the same, and config files are still there. We tried to run "opmn startall" and "opmn status", but nothing happenned. Then we tried the "Start All" button from the console and got the following messages. Please help. Thanks. Binh

An error was encountered while loading page. Failed to initialize configuration management user session.. The most likely causes are:
1. TaskMaster cannot read configuration files, such as $ORACLE_HOME/opmn/conf/opmn.xml, and $ORACLE_HOME/dcm/dcm.conf, etc.
2. Cannot connect to the repository.
Resolution:
1. Make sure that the system configuration files are present and the permission for those files are set correctly.
2. If you are using Infrastructure Database, please make sure that the database is up and running, and the listener for the database is running. Also check the connectivity of the machine to the Database Repository. Please refer to the exception thrown by the Repository API for resolution. The Repository API may be misconfigured.
Base Exception:
oracle.ons.SubscriptionException
Subscription request timed out after 120000 millseconds. Possible causes: OPMN may not be running, you may have an OPMN running in an alternate ORACLE_HOME using duplicate port values, or OPMN may be misconfigured.. Subscription request timed out after 120000 millseconds. Possible causes: OPMN may not be running, you may have an OPMN running in an alternate ORACLE_HOME using duplicate port values, or OPMN may be misconfigured.
Re: oracle.ons.SubscriptionException [message #416664 is a reply to message #416314] Mon, 03 August 2009 15:02 Go to previous message
binhpham
Messages: 5
Registered: April 2009
Junior Member
It seemed the opmnctl script got corrupted. I copied the file from the backup, and everything is working properly now.
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