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    Lightbulb Unanswered: 10g Ias

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    Hello Guys, I'm having the problem below, when I executed ./opmnctl startall, I don't know how to indentify the unstarted process, and I would like to know how to solve It !!!
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    oracle@atenea:/opt/oracle/ora10gASInfra/opmn/bin> ./opmnctl startall
    opmnctl: starting opmn and all managed processes...
    ================================================== ==============================
    opmn id=atenea:6200
    3 of 4 processes started.

    ias-instance id=infra10g.atenea.avansoft.com
    ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
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    ias-component/process-type/process-set:
    OID/OID/OID

    Error
    --> Process (pid=8451)
    fallo al iniciar un proceso gestionado después del límite de máximo de reintentos
    Log:
    /opt/oracle/ora10gASInfra/opmn/logs/OID~1

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    Well, my first suggestion would be to learn Spanish. :-) (Bad joke, sorry)

    Have you checked the log file that is referenced? That might give some clues.

    Looking at the output you presented it looks like OID might be the culprit.

    You do not specify what plaftorm you are running on, but checking out the Oracle processes that are running might help you figure out what is not running.
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    Well, My OS is SUSE 9, and I have Oracle 10g IAS installed.

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    Well, The only thing the file shows is this:

    --------
    04/10/19 19:16:13 Start process
    --------

    --------
    04/10/19 20:00:40 Stop process
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    --------
    04/11/24 14:56:12 Start process
    --------

    --------
    04/11/24 14:56:14 Start process
    --------

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    Have you tried "opmnctl verbose startall"?

    That might show you who is not happy.
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    It has been 6+ months since I last worked on 9iAS R2 & no longer have access to it. YEA!

    opmnctl -help

    It has something along the lines "showall", "status", etc.
    It shows which "services" are alive in the OC4J enviornment.
    It is up to you to KNOW what should be running & figure out what has died or refused to start.
    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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    Another tidbit to understand is that opmnctl is just a shell script. You can learn all sort of things about it by viewing it. (Don't change it of course).
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