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FLEET: DEPLOY_RAC_SOFTWARE Command Fails At Step Install/Clone Oracle Database With Error [INS-04003] Invalid Argument Usage (Doc ID 2518194.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 08, 2020

Applies to:

Enterprise Manager for Oracle Database - Version 13.3.1.0.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

The DEPLOY_RAC_SOFTWARE Fleet command fails at step Install/Clone Oracle Database with error [INS-04003] Invalid argument Usage

 

$ emcli db_software_maintenance -performOperation -name="Deploy 18c3 DB Home" -purpose=DEPLOY_RAC_SOFTWARE -target_type=rac_database
-target_list="<TARGET_NAME>" -normal_credential="ORACLE:sysman" -privilege_credential="ROOT:sysman"
-input_file="data:<TEMP_LOC>/input_DB_18c3_deploy_sw.txt"

Job Steps Log for Job :Install/Clone Oracle Database
<AGENT_HOME>/perl/bin/perl <DB_HOME>/clone/bin/clone.pl -local -ignoreSysPrereqs ORACLE_BASE="<ORACLE_BASE>" ORACLE_HOME="<DB_HOME>" ORACLE_HOME_NAME=<ORACLE_HOME_NAME> OSDBA_GROUP=dba OSOPER_GROUP=oper oracle_install_OSBKP=dba oracle_install_OSDGD=dba oracle_install_OSKMT=dba oracle_install_OSRAC=dba -O "CLUSTER_NODES={node1,node2}" -O "LOCAL_NODE=node1"
Starting Oracle Universal Installer...
Checking Temp space: must be greater than 500 MB. Actual 37926 MB Passed
Checking swap space: must be greater than 500 MB. Actual 65535 MB Passed
Preparing to launch Oracle Universal Installer from <ORACLE_BASE>/fleet_maintenance/tmp/1155277804923555//1155279261379439/RAC-1551199247024/OraInstall<TIMESTAMP>. Please wait ...[INS-04003] Invalid argument passed from command line. Specified argument ([-O]) is not a supported argument for this application.
Usage: clone.pl [<flag>] [<option>]
Following are the possible flags:
-help - display help.
-silent - run in silent mode. The inputs can be a response file or a list of command line variable value pairs.
-invPtrLoc - point to a different inventory location. The orainst.loc file contains the location of the central inventory (inventory_loc) and the inventory group (inst_group).
-jreLoc - specify the location for the jre used in the installation.
-logLevel - enable the log of messages up to the priority level provided in this argument. Valid options are: severe, warning, info, config, fine, finer, finest.
-paramFile - specify the location of the oraparam.ini file to be used in the installation.
-cfs - indicate that the Oracle home specified is on a cluster file system (shared).
-debug - run in debug mode.
-executeSysPrereqs - execute the system prerequisite checks and exit.
-ignoreSysPrereqs - ignore the results of the system prerequisite checks.
-local - perform the operation on the local node only, irrespective of the cluster nodes specified.
-printdiskusage - log the debug information for the disk usage.
-printmemory - log the debug information for the memory usage.
-printtime - log the debug information for the time usage.
-waitForCompletion - wait for the completion of the installation, instead of spawning the installer and returning the console prompt.
-suppressPreCopyScript - suppress the execution of the precopy script.
-acceptUntrustedCertificates - accept untrusted certificates from a secure site.
-suppressPostCopyScript - suppress the execution of the postcopy script.
-noconsole - suppress the display of messages in the console. The console is not allocated.
-ignoreInternalDriverError - ignore any internal driver errors.
-promptForPassword - provide the passwords on the console during a silent installation of an Oracle database.
-remotecp - specify the path to the remote copy program on the local cluster node. Used only for cluster installs.
-remoteshell - specify the path to the remote shell program on the local cluster node. Used only for cluster installs.
-virtualAccount - use Windows Virtual Accounts for the Oracle home user. 

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