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Unable To Start Secondary Node Components OBIS2, OBIPS2 and OBISCH2 In a Clustered Setup (Doc ID 2912307.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 06, 2022

Applies to:

Business Intelligence Server Enterprise Edition - Version and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Post scaling out the OBIEE 12c environment, unable to bring up the secondary node components OBIS2, OBIPS2 and OBISCH2 shows as follows:

Name            Type            Machine                   Restart Int Max Restart  Status
----            ----            -------                   ----------- -----------  ------
AdminServer     Server          HOST1           unknown     unknown      RUNNING
bi_server1      Server          HOST1              unknown     unknown      RUNNING
bi_server2      Server          HOST2                   unknown     unknown      RUNNING
obips1          OBIPS           HOST1                   3600        2            RUNNING
obijh1          OBIJH           HOST1                    3600        2            RUNNING
obiccs1         OBICCS          HOST1                 3600        2            RUNNING
obisch1         OBISCH          HOST1                3600        2            RUNNING
obis1           OBIS            HOST1                    3600        2            RUNNING
obips2          OBIPS           HOST2                   3600        2            SHUTDOWN
obijh2          OBIJH           HOST2                   3600        2            RUNNING
obiccs2         OBICCS          HOST2                   3600        2            RUNNING
obisch2         OBISCH          HOST2                   3600        2            SHUTDOWN
obis2           OBIS            HOST2                   3600        2            SHUTDOWN


 Performed the scale out using Doc ID 2101898.1


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