Re: 11g RAC install (play thing only)
Date: Thu, 7 Aug 2008 09:49:36 +0200
I happened to have setup similar thing on a vista host: VMware server 1.06 with two nodes / Centos 5.2 / RAC 11g / Clusterware 11g. No problems with dbca recognizing the cluster. Could create a rac database.
2008/8/4, Connor McDonald <mcdonald.connor_at_gmail.com>:
> Hi all,
> Just playing with 11g RAC at home (a couple of vmware "nodes" on CentOS).
> Clusterware installed fine.
> DB software installed fine.
> Normally I'd just use plain old scripts to then create the db, but I
> thought, why not give dbca a go to see what it does "out of the
> But DBCA won't show the preliminary "RAC welcome" screen, ie, don't
> recognise the cluster.
> olsnodes on each node lists the two nodes as expected.
> crs_stat -t gives me gsd/ons/vip all online on each node
> cluvfy stage -pre dbcfg on each node tells me that everything is just
> yet ... dbca doesn't have a clue...
> Adding -DDEBUG to dbca reveals
> [main] [21:49:21:897] [ClusterAlias.<init>:85] ClusterAlias Instance
> [main] [21:49:21:925] [Host.checkOPS:2308] cluster existence:true
> [main] [21:49:21:926] [OracleHome.getNodeNames:300] inside getNodeNames
> [main] [21:49:21:957] [OracleHome.isClusterInstalled:282]
> [main] [21:49:21:957] [OracleHome.getNodeNames:300] inside getNodeNames
> [main] [21:49:21:962] [Host.checkOPS:2346] Cluster installed=false
> which whilst confirming dbca's lack of awareness of a cluster, doesn't
> really help toward a diagnosis...
> Any ideas anyone ?
> Connor McDonald
> email: connor_mcdonald_at_yahoo.com
> web: http://www.oracledba.co.uk
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