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Shadow instance not starting during the phase START_SHDI_PREPUT


Hi ,

We are in the process of performing a EHP6 upgrade, And it is in the preprocessing phase and it is executing the step START_SHDI_PREPUT.
The SUM tools is trying to start the shadow instance, but the instance in no comming up. And we are getting the below errors in DEVTRACE.LOG

*** ERROR => e=28 semget(20165,1,2016) (28: No space left on device) [semux.c 499]
*** ERROR => SemRq: Implicit SemInit failed. Key=65 [semux.c 1183]
*** ERROR => Es2Cleanup: SemRq SEM_ES2_ADM (rc=1) [es2xx.c 1086]

*** ERROR => e=28 semget(20127,1,2016) (28: No space left on device) [semux.c 499]
SemKeyPermission( 28 ) = 0740 (octal)

*** ERROR => ShmCleanup(62) failed 3 [mpixx.c 4451]
MpiCleanup() -> MPI_ERROR: General error
DpCleanupSharedResources: removing Semaphore-Management
DpCleanupSharedResources: removing request queue

And we have followed the snote 724713 and we have set the parameter pg_contig_disable=1 and created the project for users <sid>adm, ora<sid> as per the same note.

Also, we have a RAM of about 64GB and swap space of 39GB

Please can you help me know, what is lacking in this scenario.

Best regards, SP

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    Posted on Jan 06, 2014 at 12:34 PM

    Hello

    If possible stop the primary system

    Clean the shared memory segments

    Start the primary system and then try to start the shadow system manually.

    Regards

    RB

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    Posted on Jan 06, 2014 at 12:25 PM

    The environments are Solaris 10 and Oracle 11g.

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