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EM13c : Run Script During Patch Application Fails With : ORA-27468 Error (Doc ID 2700177.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 13, 2020

Applies to:

Enterprise Manager Base Platform - Version 13.3.0.0.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

In Enterprise Manager (EM) Cloud Control, Trying to apply a PSU Patch on multi node OMS fails during the script execution.

Executing script on Local host failed with below error.
Scripts were executed on respective OMS nodes without any issues.

Script: run_script#4_on_host_<Hostname>_as_user_oracle.sh

ORA-27468: "string"."string" is locked by another process
Cause: An attempt was made to read or modify the state of the named scheduler object when another process was also updating the same object and held the lock.
Action: Retry the operation. Scheduler locks are held for a very short duration. If the error persists, contact Oracle Support.

PATCH APPLICATION HAS FAILED
Please review the following log files of Repository Patching Utility to determine error:
Patch Log: <Middleware_Home>/oracle_common/rcu/log/empatch/em_patch_apply_original_patch_2020_08_11__15_00_09.log
Patch DbmsOutLog: <Middleware_Home>/oracle_common/rcu/log/empatch/em_patch_apply_original_patch_2020_08_11__15_00_09_dbmsOutput.log
RCU Core Log: <Middleware_Home>/oracle_common/rcu/log/empatch/rcu_2020_08_11__15_00_09.log
PATCH APPLICATION HAS FAILED
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The command failed with error code 2

Script execution has failed. Please refer to log file: <Middleware_Home>/.omspatcher_storage/oms_session/oms_session_log_2020-08-11_14-01-52PM for more details
Please fix the failures and re-run the same script to complete the patching session.

 

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