Re: Database in quiesce mode
Date: Mon, 25 Aug 2008 10:58:59 -0700 (PDT)
On Aug 25, 3:25 am, "Shakespeare" <what..._at_xs4all.nl> wrote:
> "Mladen Gogala" <mgog..._at_yahoo.com> schreef in berichtnews:48b16e63$0$15596$834e42db_at_reader.greatnowhere.com...
> > On Sat, 23 Aug 2008 21:19:36 +0200, Shakespeare wrote:
> >> I have a client using 10.2.0.4 64 bit on AIX. After an upgrade from 9 to
> >> 10, his database went (after running for about 15 hours) into quiesce
> >> mode without anyone specifically performing such an action.
> >> (Unfortunately, no more specific data available right now; only thing he
> >> noticed in the alert log was a log writer switch on redo01.log when this
> >> happened).
> >> After a while, his db went unquiesce again. I searched docs, metalink,
> >> Google but did not find a clue why a DB would do this all by itself. A)
> >> Is this possible anyway?
> >> B) What could cause this?
> >> Thanks,
> >> Shakespeare
> > Something like that should be recorded in the alert log. Posting the
> > relevant information from the alert log would certainly help people on
> > this group during the diagnostic process.
> > --
> This is the part of the alert log:
> > Mon Aug 25 11:21:09 2008
> > Thread 1 advanced to log sequence 3080 (LGWR switch)
> > Current log# 3 seq# 3080 mem# 0: /oradata/xmcp/redo03.log
> > Current log# 3 seq# 3080 mem# 1: /oradata/xmcp/redo03b.log
> > Current log# 3 seq# 3080 mem# 2: /oradata/xmcp/redo03c.log
> > Mon Aug 25 11:44:11 2008
> > Database in quiesce mode
> > Mon Aug 25 11:48:39 2008
> > Thread 1 advanced to log sequence 3081 (LGWR switch)
> > Current log# 2 seq# 3081 mem# 0: /oradata/xmcp/redo02.log
> > Current log# 2 seq# 3081 mem# 1: /oradata/xmcp/redo02b.log
> > Current log# 2 seq# 3081 mem# 2: /oradata/xmcp/redo02c.log
> > Mon Aug 25 11:50:29 2008
> > Database out of quiesce mode
Wondering if Note:559298.1 is a clue - perhaps something is obscurely associated with quiescing. The timing looks very suspicious to me.
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