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OUD - Index Corruption "severity=SEVERE_ERROR msgID=8650998" When Upgrading Replication Instance with Encrypted Attributes from 11g to 12c (Doc ID 2458491.1)

Last updated on APRIL 08, 2021

Applies to:

Oracle Unified Directory - Version 11.1.2.2.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

Index corruption occurred when upgrading OUD 11g to a 12c instance.

------example output-------
[05/Oct/2018:07:14:33 +0100] category=JEB severity=SEVERE_ERROR msgID=8650998 msg=An error occurred while reading from index dc_<DC>_dc_<DC>_telephoneNumber.equality key     2B 31 35 39 31 35 33 37   33 33 30 31              <VALUE>

. This value seems to be corrupt . The index should be checked or rebuilt
------example output-------

 

 

Changes


- Two instances with replication enabled (primary and consumer)
- Data encryption configuration needed.
----------------
attribute-encryption-include : cn 
enabled                      : true 
encrypted-suffix             : "<SUFFIX_DN>" 
encryption-algorithm         : aes-128 
----------------
- Upgrade consumer instance referring to the documentation steps. Don't start instance till some update performed on primary.
6.3 Updating a Directory Service Without Service Interruption
https://docs.oracle.com/en/middleware/idm/unified-directory/12.2.1.3/oudig/updating-oracle-unified-directory-software.html#GUID-8A46F19F-AFC7-4819-8BCD-577BFAC5573F
- Perform update(ADD/MODIFY/DEL) to primary instance during consumer stopped/upgrading period.
- Start consumer which was upgraded in prior step (above), and then the index corruption errors can be seen/reproduced in the consumer errors log.
- Whenever deletion update was performed and synced from the primary instance, the corruption error is reproduced.

Cause

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