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[suse-oracle] Re: Strange cluster problem

Michele Donna

2005-03-24

Replies:
Hello,

We're not using RAC, and both oracle data and server software is on the
shared storage (csh profiles too)..only oracle client is installed locally
(and I already tryed to re-install it)..

The strange thing is that no logs are written at all (at operating system
level, oracle background/usertrace and SAP application logs)..

Thanks and regards,
Michele

Kevin Closson Scrive:

>
> Well, the database is the same since it is
> RAC. What I suspect is the common pit fall
> in loosly-clustered RAC systems where
> the application or Oracle installation
> or config is not the same on both nodes.
>
> Very easy to do, and even more so on
> large clusters
>
>
>
> Kevin Closson
> Chief Architect, Database Solutions
> PolyServe, Inc
> kevinc@(protected)
>
>  
>
>>-----Original Message-----
>>From: Michele Donna [mailto:michele.donna@(protected)]
>>Sent: Thursday, March 24, 2005 3:29 AM
>>To: suse-oracle@(protected)
>>Subject: [suse-oracle] Strange cluster problem
>>
>>Hello all,
>>
>>We have a strange problem on Sles 9 / Oracle 9.2.0.4 / SAP SEM
>>3.2 (sorry if this post is partially related to Oracle but I'm
>>getting crazy)
>>
>>the configuration is :
>>
>> - SAP Central instance is on a 2 node cluster (on the other
>>node there's an application server)
>> - Oracle installed on 2 other nodes and clustered (both sap
>>and oracle are clustered with lifekeeper)
>>
>>When running the database instance on node A, there are no
>>problems, but if the database node switch on server B there
>>happen dumps of type
>>
>>ORA-01461: can bind a LONG value only for insert into a LONG column
>>ORA-01483: invalid length for DATE or NUMBER bind variable
>>
>>
>>I believe there was some oracle client issue but all is ok..
>>
>>It seems there's something broken with the sql statements..
>>
>>Do you have any suggestion ?
>>
>>Many thanks and regards,
>>Michele
>>
>>
>>
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