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EM13c: Enterprise Manager 13c Cloud Control Database Deployment Procedure Fails with Error: The commandline is not formed properly. (Doc ID 2657755.1)

Last updated on NOVEMBER 16, 2022

Applies to:

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


Enterprise Manager (EM) 13.2.2 Cloud Control Database Deployment procedure, created with 'Deploy software and configure' (for Grid Infrastructure) and 'Deploy software and create a database' (for a Database), as Database should reside on ASM, fails with the following error:


The output of the directive is:
AU_SIZE is set and value is 1
COMPATIBLE_ASM is set and value is 12.1
COMPATIBLE_RDBMS is set and value is 12.1
AU size and Compatible command line is -au_size 1 -compatible.asm 12.1 -compatible.rdbms 12.1
ASM_DISK_LISTS : /dev/disks/<DISK_1>
Disk Group Name :<DISK_GROUP> Disk Group Count :1
================================= ASMLIB implementation check start.
User has mentioned disks with path /dev/disks and OS is Linux.
Disks mentioned by user are /dev/disks/<DISK_1>.
Product Version : comparing version 12 1 0 2 0 with 12 1 0 2 0 12 1 0 2 0 is equal to 12 1 0 2 0
Clearing Discovery string since ASMLIB doesn't require it.
Disk to be checked is /dev/disks/<DISK_1>
Result from query disk is Device "/dev/disks/<DISK_1>" is marked an ASM disk with the label "<DISK_1>" .
Disk is identified by Oracle ASM.
Changing diskname from fullpath to Oracle ASM name.
Oracle ASM Disk name is <DISK_1>.
Appending ASM Disk name to inst_disks.
Final value for parameter inst_disks is <SID>:<DISK_1>.
ASMLIB implementation check end.
ASM_DISK_STRINGS :/dev/disks/<DISK_1>* Discovery String parameter used : -diskString ""

<GRID_HOME>/bin/asmca -silent -configureASM -diskString "" -diskGroupName DATA -diskList "<SID>:<DISK_1>" -redundancy EXTERNAL -au_size 1 -compatible.asm 12.1 -compatible.rdbms 12.1 The commandline is not formed properly. Please type "asmca -h" to get the command line syntax.





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