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" Failed to clone the midtier. " Error When Executing the Clone_site Command in Beehive (Doc ID 2302461.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 14, 2019

Applies to:

Beehive - Version and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


After restoring a backup of the database and unzipping the midtier from production on a new server, then executing the clone_site command in Beehive to create a clone of the system the following error is received:

[2017-08-29T12:50:20.009-05:00] [beehive] [WARNING] [] [commandline.framework.ModeHandler] [...] /app/oracle/obh/product/beehive_1/beehive/conf/.file_ownership_detection do not exists, It should exist.
[2017-08-29T12:50:21.987-05:00] [beehive] [WARNING] [] [core.diagnosability.ProbeContainer] [...] Attempting to create probe via reflection
[2017-08-29T12:50:37.065-05:00] [beehive] [WARNING] [] [commandline.commandimpl.clone.CloneVersionChecker] [...] Latest active configuration version 1498035032623
[2017-08-29T12:50:37.066-05:00] [beehive] [WARNING] [] [commandline.commandimpl.clone.CloneVersionChecker] [...] Active configuration version from clone preparation time 1498035032623
[2017-08-29T12:54:10.834-05:00] [beehive] [WARNING] [] [commandline.OcsCtlException] [...] new-beectl-exception-instantiated-logging-automatically : Failed to clone the midtier. See the above log files for more information.[[
oracle.ocs.commandline.BeeCtlException: Failed to clone the midtier. See the above log files for more information.
  at oracle.ocs.commandline.commandimpl.clone.CloneDeploymentMidtier.execute(
  at oracle.ocs.commandline.framework.LocalCommandExecutionEnv.execute(
  at oracle.ocs.commandline.framework.ModeHandler.executeCommand(
  at oracle.ocs.commandline.framework.CmdlineModeHandler.processCmd(
  at oracle.ocs.commandline.framework.OcsCtl.main(



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