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Re: weird startup issue

From: Mladen Gogala <gogala_at_sbcglobal.net>
Date: Thu, 08 Jun 2006 16:00:07 GMT

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maxim2k wrote:

<i class="quotelev1">> </i><br>
<i class="quotelev1">> BTW, the dbstart script was the last script (S99dbstart) in the </i><br>
<i class="quotelev1">> automatic startup).</i><br>
<i class="quotelev1">> </i><br>
<i class="quotelev1">> I couldn't find anything useful in the logs, but may I didn't look in </i><br>
<i class="quotelev1">> the right place.</i><br>
<i class="quotelev1">> </i><br>
<i class="quotelev1">> Any idea?</i><br>
<i class="quotelev1">> </i><br>
<i class="quotelev1">> Thanks.</i><br>

Maxim, here are few informations which you may consider providing:

  The last few entries in the alert log.   Any events registered in V$SYSTEM_EVENT   Last trc files in BDUMP directory, as determined by ls -ltr   Any active sessions from V$SESSION?

Other then that, you might try dumping system state and open a TAR, as well as using hanganalyze tool.

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Mladen Gogala

<a href="http://www.mgogala.com">http://www.mgogala.com</a>
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