Re: Error 0403-010 installing CRS Patch 10.2.0.4 in AXI 6L
Date: Wed, 29 Jul 2009 13:09:56 -0700 (PDT)
I have solved the problem, executing before the patch the fallowing sentence:
where crs is the user of CRS
On 28 jul, 16:45, joel garry <joel-ga..._at_home.com> wrote:
> On Jul 28, 10:30 am, "achesere" <achesereWithOutT..._at_hotmail.com>
> > I think it is a shell error. I googled and I found many threads with the
> > same problem (error 0403-010), but not related with Oracle software.
> > Can you debug the shell script? for example:
> > ksh -x ../root102.sh
> > And find (and post here) the error line.
> > I agree with Laurenz, you should open a service request. Can you?
> > Saludos.
> > HSR
> > "IBM" <matias.corn..._at_gmail.com> escribió en el mensajenews:d786ef9e-8b02-477a-bfdd-2bd1610ba6c1_at_g31g2000yqc.googlegroups.com...
> > > I'm installing the patch of CRS from 10.2.0.1 to 10.2.0.4 in AIX 6.1.3
> > > and when I run the root102.sh in the first node I have the fallowing
> > > error:
> > > <b>ksh: -ism: 0403-010 A specified flag is not valid for this
> > > command.</b>
> > > Anybody can help me:
> > > ===================================================================
> > > All the log:
> > > [/oracle/product/CRS/install] . ./root102.sh
> > > Error : Please change the CRS_ORACLE_USER id <oracle> to have the
> > > following OS c apabilities :
> > > < CAP_PROPAGATE CAP_BYPASS_RAC_VMM CAP_NUMA_ATTACH >
> > > by running </usr/bin/chuser> command then 'crsctl stop crs' and
> > > 'crsctl start cr s'.
> > > The CSS daemon, ocssd.bin, will not run in realtime without this
> > > change
> > > Oracle strongly recommends that the CSS daemon run realtime
> > > Creating pre-patch directory for saving pre-patch clusterware files
> > > Completed patching clusterware files to /oracle/product/CRS
> > > Relinking some shared libraries.
> > > Relinking of patched files is complete.
> > > ksh: -ism: 0403-010 A specified flag is not valid for this command.
> ISM is a solaris thing. The AIX ISM is an informix storage thing. If
> there is a shell script that is doing something about ISM, perhaps
> either, as John mentioned, he downloaded the patch for the wrong
> system and should try it again, or Oracle messed up a patch, which as
> Laurenz suggested, means open an SR. I've seen other issues where
> Oracle has made cross-platform errors.
> Of course, it's been a while since I've been on AIX, so if someone
> wants to show me there are two ISM's on AIX, that's ok.
> _at_home.com is bogus.
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