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RE: setting up HACMP and Oracle 8.1.6

From: jacinth <>
Date: Fri, 21 Sep 2001 11:35:16 -0700
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"Mohan, Ross" wrote:
>could this be an oracle email thing?...just guessing from libe name...

I don't know. All I can tell is that the listener refuses to start and repeats this over and over again. hm... I have seen a similar error accompanying a linking problem, but do you have to relink everytime you failover? That would be pretty hokey, but you never know....

>anyways...if you can, see if you can place symlinks to this libe in
>/lib, /usr/lib, $ORACLE_HOME/lib, etc.
>if the system still can't find it...well...either a LD_LIBRARY_PATH or PATH

I will try this.

>oh, btw, are the oracle versions identical on the nodes?

Exactly the same version.

>- Ross

Thanks, Ross.

>-----Original Message-----
>Sent: Friday, September 21, 2001 2:20 PM
>To: Multiple recipients of list ORACLE-L
>I hope someone may be able to shed some light on this. Oracle does not
>seem to have much information on setting up failover on HA, other than
>OPS (which we are not doing). I am not an HA expert, so I may just be
>missing something or not asking right questions.
>OS: AIX 4.3.3
>Oracle 8.1.6
>Scenario: Two nodes, one set up production, the other test/batch. We
>are trying to configure so that when production goes down, it fails over
>to node B, shutting down test/batch in process. Oracle is installed on
>each node, but in different directories.
>Problem: On failover to node B, there are problems starting up DB, and
>a noteable failure to start the listener. Listener log not much help.
>HACMP log shows:
>Could not load program oracleeml:
> Dependent module libobk.a(shr.o) could not be loaded.
>Could not load module libobk.a(shr.o).
>Error was: No such file or directory
>The file does exist.
>Anyone have ideas?
>-Denise Horton-

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