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  1. #1
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    Lightbulb Unanswered: oidctl error

    Hello, I'm Installing Oracle application server 10g (9.0.4.0.0) in FEDORA core1
    and wheren I try to start the oidmon I get the next error:

    oidctl connect=iasdb server=oidldapd instance=1 start

    gsluwpwaGetWalletPasswd: Opening 2 file failed with error 11005
    [gslusw]:Error reading 'ods' passwd from wallet
    [gsdsiConnect]:Error reading 'ods' passwd from wallet
    Could not connect to the Database.


    What is going on ??
    How do I solve this (step by step please) ??

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    For the Infrastructure system, the various components must be started in the right order as shown below.

    lsnrctl start
    sqlplus << EOF
    / as sysdba

    startup

    exit
    EOF
    sleep 10
    oidmon start
    sleep 30
    oidctl server=oidldapd configset=1, instance=1 start
    sleep 30
    dcmctl start -i infid1.cosmoraid1.mwh.com
    sleep 30
    opmnctl startall
    sleep 90
    webcachectl start
    date
    ps -ef

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    Is your OID DB started and accessible?
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    Everything runs ok until I execute oidctl server=oidldapd configset=1, instance=1 start
    there's where I'm getting the error:

    gsluwpwaGetWalletPasswd: Opening 2 file failed with error 11005
    [gslusw]:Error reading 'ods' passwd from wallet
    [gsdsiConnect]:Error reading 'ods' passwd from wallet
    Could not connect to the Database.

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    1) Your 2nd post redundantly (re)posts the same information as the 1st post.

    >Everything runs ok
    Obviously (at least to me), every thing is not OK
    otherwise oidctl command would succeed.

    2) Your definition of "everything" appears to be different than Oracle's.

    Since I have successfully installed 9iAS R2 more than a dozen time without problems, I have to conclude PEBCAK.
    You can lead some folks to knowledge, but you can not make them think.
    The average person thinks he's above average!
    For most folks, they don't know, what they don't know.
    Good judgement comes from experience. Experience comes from bad judgement.

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    soooooooooo ??????????

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    Did you get a resolution to this problem ?

    I too have the same problem.
    Listener is started.
    DB is up and accessible but still getting error ;

    2006/03/01:12:55:52 * NLS_LANG set to AMERICAN_AMERICA.WE8ISO8859P1
    2006/03/01:12:55:52 * Resetting NLS_LANG to AMERICAN_AMERICA.AL32UTF8
    2006/03/01:12:55:52 * gsluwpwaGetWalletPasswd: Opening 3 file failed with error 11005
    2006/03/01:12:55:52 * [gslusw]:Error reading 'ods' passwd from wallet
    2006/03/01:12:55:52 * [gsdsiConnect]:Error reading 'ods' passwd from wallet
    2006/03/01:12:55:52 * [oidmon]: Unable to connect to database,
    will retry again after 20 sec

    Please help ...

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    Better later than never!

    I see this is an old thread but other people may have the same problem.

    The immediate cause is that the wallet is not being found with the ODS password.
    The likely cause is that the ORACLE_HOME environment variable is not set correctly.
    The wallet file should be in $ORACLE_HOME/ldap/admin/oidpwdlldap1.
    If ORACLE_HOME is not set correctly or if the file is not in this location, the oidctl command will fail with the observed error.

    Best regards, Lindsay

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