How To Remove A Non-Existent Server From DSCC
Last updated on MAY 17, 2018
Applies to:Oracle Directory Server Enterprise Edition - Version 126.96.36.199.1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
To remove a non-existent server from DSCC
Can not unregister a server from the DSCC (that has already been deleted by running dsadm delete) due to the "does not exist" error.
For example -
$ ./dsccreg remove-server /home/oracle/188.8.131.52ODSEE/6389
Enter DSCC administrator's password:
/home/oracle/184.108.40.206ODSEE/6389 does not exist
When running dsccreg list-servers, the instance (that has already been deleted by running dsadm delete) is still listed.
For example, the instance with port 6389 has already been deleted by running dsadm delete -
From the output above, the value for iPath (for the instance on port 6389) also does not exist -
$ ls -l /home/oracle/220.127.116.11ODSEE/6389 ls: /home/oracle/18.104.22.168ODSEE/6389: No such file or directory
When running dsccreg list-servers with the -C option (Verify that each registered server instance is accessible from DSCC), it shows the server as down -
Hostname Port sPort Type Owner Flags iPath LDAP sTLS LDAPS ---------- ---- ----- ---- ------ ----- ------------------------------- ---- ---- ----- odsee-lab6 6951 6952 DPS oracle - /home/oracle/22.214.171.124ODSEE/6951 Ok Ok Ok odsee-lab6 5971 5972 DS oracle - /home/oracle/126.96.36.199ODSEE/5971 Ok Ok Ok odsee-lab6 6389 6636 DS oracle - /home/oracle/188.8.131.52ODSEE/6389 Down Down Down odsee-lab6 1795 1796 DS oracle - /home/oracle/184.108.40.206ODSEE/1795 Ok Ok Ok
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