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Can't view ASM Member disks [message #182553] Sun, 16 July 2006 23:15 Go to next message
bmsharma
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Registered: April 2006
Location: Surat
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Hi All

I am having standalone (NON-RAC) box with Linux AS3 (Kernel Ver. 2.4.21.4) and oracle 10G installed on it. It is having one database as ORCL. Now I went to configure ASM on it. For that I did the following activities.



mkdir -p /u03

mkdir -p /u03/asmdisks



dd if=/dev/zero of=/u03/asmdisks/disk0 bs=1024k number=100

dd if=/dev/zero of=/u03/asmdisks/disk1 bs=1024k number=100

dd if=/dev/zero of=/u03/asmdisks/disk2 bs=1024k number=100

dd if=/dev/zero of=/u03/asmdisks/disk3 bs=1024k number=100



chown -R oracle:oinstall /u03

chmod -R 777 /u03



Then I chose to create the database through DBCA. Where i gave database Sid as ASM and selected AUTOMATIC STORAGE MANAGEMENT for the storage. In the parameter of asm instance i set the parameter ASM_DISKSTRING as */u03/asmdisks/*'



ASM Instance gets started with this as when i do "ps -aux | grep +asm" then it shows the ASM processes.



Now when I create the diskgroup as DGROUP1 with normal redundancy, I am not able to see member disks which i have defined in ASM instance parameter "asm_diskstring". Though I tried to change the location of the ASM_DISKSTRING but all was in vain.


Is there any need to install ASM libraries on OS or any special service should be started on the OS?


Kindly Help as I am struck up in this past 5 days.



Regards

Bally
Re: Can't view ASM Member disks [message #182562 is a reply to message #182553] Mon, 17 July 2006 00:38 Go to previous message
Frank Naude
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Registered: April 1998
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1) This is a RAC forum and not quite the place to post non-RAC questions.

2) You already asked this question. Please continue with your previously created thread at http://www.orafaq.com/forum/t/66217/0/

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