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OID 11g Upgrade of OID Fails During PSA Script "OID SCHEMAUPDATE ERROR" "ORA-24313: user already authenticated" (Doc ID 2334809.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 04, 2017

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PSA fails on upgrade to OID

PSA logs report the following

2017-11-17T13:19:01.741-05:00] [Framework] [NOTIFICATION] [] [upgrade.Framework] [tid: 24] [ecid: XXXX] Starting to upgrade OID.OID11.
[2017-11-17T13:19:01.825-05:00] [OID] [NOTIFICATION] [] [upgrade.OID.OID11] [tid: 24] [ecid: XXXX] OID PS7 Schema update
[2017-11-17T13:19:01.828-05:00] [Framework] [NOTIFICATION] [] [upgrade.Framework] [tid: 24] [ecid: XXXX] /refresh/home/OIDhome/bin/sqlplus /nolog
[2017-11-17T13:19:01.828-05:00] [Framework] [NOTIFICATION] [] [upgrade.Framework] [tid: 24] [ecid: XXXX] WHENEVER SQLERROR EXIT SQL.SQLCODE
[2017-11-17T13:19:01.828-05:00] [Framework] [NOTIFICATION] [] [upgrade.Framework] [tid: 24] [ecid: XXXX] WHENEVER OSERROR EXIT SQL.OSCODE
[2017-11-17T13:19:01.829-05:00] [Framework] [NOTIFICATION] [] [upgrade.Framework] [tid: 24] [ecid: XXXX] connect SYS/******
[2017-11-17T13:19:01.829-05:00] [Framework] [NOTIFICATION] [] [upgrade.Framework] [tid: 24] [ecid:XXXX] @//refresh/home/OIDhome/ldap/admin/oidi11119.sql
[2017-11-17T13:19:03.603-05:00] [OID] [ERROR] [] [upgrade.OID.OID11] [tid: 24] [ecid: 0XXXX] OID SCHEMAUPDATE ERROR
[2017-11-17T13:19:03.612-05:00] [Framework] [NOTIFICATION] [] [upgrade.Framework] [tid: 24] [ecid: XXXX] Finished upgrading OID.OID11 with status: FAILURE.
[2017-11-17T13:19:03.612-05:00] [Framework] [NOTIFICATION] [] [upgrade.Framework] [tid: 24] [ecid: XXXX] Finished upgrading components.
[2017-11-17T13:19:03.612-05:00] [Framework] [NOTIFICATION] [] [upgrade.Framework] [tid: 24] [ecid: XXXX] 0 components upgraded with success.


SQL*Plus: Release - Production on Wed Nov 22 11:44:11 2017
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ORA-24313: user already authenticated


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