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Fleet Maintenance - UPDATE_GI Fails With Error Code[126] While Starting Oracle Database In Switch Clusterware Instance Step (Doc ID 2646259.1)

Last updated on APRIL 06, 2020

Applies to:

Enterprise Manager for Oracle Database - Version 13.2.2.0.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

 In Cloud Control Enterprise Manager using Fleet, When running the UPDATE command in RAC cluster environment, the process fails on the switch Clusterware step with the following error.

Command Snippet:

$ emcli db_software_maintenance -performOperation -name="Update GI" -purpose=UPDATE_GI -target_type=cluster  -target_list="<TARGET_NAME>" -normal_credential="ORACLE:SYSMAN" -privilege_credential="ROOT:SYSMAN"

Job Steps Log for Job :Switch Clusterware Instance

|******************** BEGIN FUNCTION CALL gridupdate::start_database_home_new ******************************************|
Function call: gridupdate::start_database_home_new ("/opt/oracle/product/11204/db:ABC@ABC1@false#ABC1@ABC@false /opt/oracle/product/1120310/db:ABC2@ABC1@false" ,"/opt/oracle/data/3136088013503383/" ,"oracle")
|***********************************************************************************************************************|

Starting services from database home [/opt/oracle/product/11204Jul18/db] using user [oracle]...

Is Rac one node is : falseNode name is : XXXX
2019-01-17 12:05:22: Invoking "/opt/oracle/data/3136088013503383//start_database_home_script" as user "oracle"
2019-01-17 12:05:22: Executing /bin/su oracle -c "//opt/oracle/data/3136088013503383//start_database_home_script"
2019-01-17 12:05:22: Executing cmd: /bin/su oracle -c "/opt/oracle/data/3136088013503383//start_database_home_script"
bash: /opt/oracle/data/3136088013503383//start_database_home_script: Permission denied
Cannot start database instance ABC1 using user [oracle]. Error Code[126] This warning will be ignored by the procedure
Start database completed with errors. 

Cause

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