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How To Start A Stopped Exalogic Control Stack In EECS v2.0.1.0.x and EECS v2.0.4.0.x Virtual Environments (Doc ID 1501228.1)

Last updated on MAY 05, 2021

Applies to:

Oracle Exalogic Elastic Cloud Software - Version to
Linux x86-64
Oracle Virtual Server(x86-64)


This document provides information on fixing issues with an Exalogic (EL) Control Stack which is in failed state (or) is not completely up and running in Exalogic Virtual environments.

There is possibility that parts or all of the EL Control stack may go down over a period of time. There is a specific process for each failure scenario for bringing up the Exalogic control stack and it is outlined in this document with detailed steps.


The described procedure in this document is only applicable to EECS v2.0.1.0.x and EECS v2.0.4.0.x, will not work for other Exalogic versions.  To carry out these steps on EECS v2. and later virtual release, please see the following Document:

Document ID: 1594223.1 - How To Stop and Start the Entire Exalogic Control Stack In An Exalogic EECS v2. and later Virtual releases


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In this Document
 Failure Scenarios
 Database is down
 OVM Manager is down
 One or more of the Enterprise Manager Ops Center components are down
 More than one EL Control Component is down
 Stop/Start/Test EL Control Components
 Shutting down Database
 Starting Database
 Restarting Database
 Testing Database
 Oracle VM Manager
 Shutting down Oracle VM Manager
 Starting Oracle VM Manager
 Restarting Oracle VM Manager
 Testing Oracle VM Manager
 Enterprise Manager Ops Center
 Shutting down Enterprise Manager Ops Center
 Starting Enterprise Manager Ops Center
 Testing Enterprise Manager Ops Center
 Stopping and Starting the Entire Exalogic Control stack
 Stopping the Exalogic Control stack
 Starting the Exalogic Control stack

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