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Re: 10g Clusterware (Oracle CRS) documentation ?

From: Christo Kutrovsky <>
Date: Thu, 7 Apr 2005 10:31:17 -0400
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I've never heard about the "H3/H1 timeout" in the documentation ? What are those ?

On Apr 6, 2005 7:33 PM, mhthomas <> wrote:
> Hi,
> in-line
> On Apr 6, 2005 7:02 PM, Christo Kutrovsky <> wrote:
> > Thanks Dimitar !
> >
> > I've seen that note. It does give some enlight as to what each deamon
> > does, but it doesnt tell you what the crs_profile, crs_getenv and etc
> > commands do.
> >
> > And that's what I am looking for.
> Hey, I've never seen those yet. If you find out can you let us know?
> That note, 259301.1, is printed at my desk and I reference it daily,
> if not hourly. But, I've also found key info /scattered/ around
> Metalink, and the rest of the world, on 10g three key topics: crs, asm
> and rac. In some cases, its impossible to get around those three.
> One 'hidden' RAC example is this note, 224266.1, How to Change the
> DBID and the DBNAME by using NID. I quote, "In the case of an Oracle
> Real Application Clusters database, the database must be mounted in
> NOPARALLEL mode. i.e set the init parameter CLUSTER_DATABASE=FALSE and
> then mount the database". Considering its mandatory step, I would
> think I could find it in the docs. Maybe I don't know how to search
> the correct terms in adobe reader, or its not in the docs?
> If I had to guess, I'd think crs is not documented because its
> beta-ware or going to be replaced the new-crs in the future. I have
> never seen 10gR2, and I'm likely wrong, but I wonder why so much
> 'required info' is left out of the 10g docs and in many cases not even
> available on Metalink.
> Good luck with crs_profile, and crs_getenv. And, from what I have
> learned, good luck with H3/H1 timeout errors. ;-) Trial and error
> taught me run /etc/init.d/ stop and reboot my linux. If that
> does not work, maybe risk to startup crs services. Also, I
> have documented cases where crs_stat shows 100% available, but the
> instance is off line. Confirmed it with host access and sqlplus / as
> sysdba. Therefore, I have 'issues' with crs that cause be to evaluate
> it as beta-ware.
> Regards,
> Mike Thomas

Christo Kutrovsky
Database/System Administrator
The Pythian Group
Received on Thu Apr 07 2005 - 10:35:09 CDT

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