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terminating instance because ASMB is stuck,terminating the instance due to error 15082 [message #662610] Sun, 07 May 2017 23:32 Go to next message
chad_2000
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Registered: February 2017
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Hi,

Database instance is automatically restarted two times in 6 days , information in alert log are :

Warning: VKTM detected a time drift.
Time drifts can result in an unexpected behavior such as time-outs.
WARNING: ASMB has not responded for 3599 seconds
NOTE: ASM umbilicus running slower than expected, ASMB diagnostic requested after 3599 seconds
ERROR: terminating instance because ASMB is stuck for 3599 seconds
GEN0 (ospid: 5180): terminating the instance due to error 15082

How can resolve the issue?
Any help is appreciated.
Re: terminating instance because ASMB is stuck,terminating the instance due to error 15082 [message #662612 is a reply to message #662610] Mon, 08 May 2017 01:17 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Michel Cadot
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ORA-15082: ASM failed to communicate with client
 *Cause:  There was a failure or time out when ASM tried to communicate with
          a connected RDBMS or Oracle ASM Dynamic Volume Manager
          (Oracle ADVM) client.
 *Action: Check the accompanying error messages and alert logs
          for more information on the reason for the failure.
          Check system specific logs (/var/log/messages on Linux,
          Event Log on Windows) for Oracle ADVM messages.
Re: terminating instance because ASMB is stuck,terminating the instance due to error 15082 [message #663077 is a reply to message #662612] Mon, 22 May 2017 00:36 Go to previous message
Michel Cadot
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