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EM 13c:DBaaS: Attempting To Deploy PDBaaS Fails With The Error :"memory workload nullG" (Doc ID 2576735.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 07, 2019

Applies to:

Enterprise Manager for Cloud - Version 13.3.2.0.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

When attempting to to deploy PDBaaS from self service portal is failing with the error :"memory workload nullG"

Deployment Procedure logs:

Job Name: COMPUTE_INIT_DP
Step Name: evaluateExpression
Step Status: Succeeded
Start Time: 03/09/2019 13:02:08
End Time: 03/09/2019 13:02:18
Job OutPut:

================================================================
Source Target
Details
================================================================
Source target name is: <pdb_name>
Source target type is: oracle_database
About
to fetch the source database details from Enterprise Manager Repository.
================================================================
Reference
target '<pdb_name>' Details
================================================================
Type: Database Instance
Host:
<hostname>
Oracle Home Location <ORACLE_HOME>
Fetched the source database from from Enterprise Manager Repository
successfully.
================================================================
Pluggable Database
Details
================================================================

Pluggable database service name is:
<Service_name>

Working Directory location is: %emd_emstagedir%/<path>

Create Host target list ========= Start
Host Name : <HOSTNAME>
Found ASM Home : <ASM_HOME_PATH>/grid
Found ASM SID : +ASM3 Source target name is: <name>
Source target type is: rac_database
memory parameter set in WorkLoad = nullG
ExpressionEvaluationException: An unexpected error encountered while executing this Computational step. An incident was created for this event. Below is the error message

null

 

Cause

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