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Oracle HTTP Server Fails to Start after it was Started using Node Manager Started with Root (Doc ID 2654175.1)

Last updated on MARCH 31, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle HTTP Server - Version 12.2.1.4.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

When attempting to start Oracle HTTP Server(OHS),the following error occurs and OHS fails to start.

Error: Error occurred while performing nmStart : Error Starting server <COMPONENT_NAME> : Received error message from Node Manager Server: [Server start command for OHS server '<COMPONENT_NAME>' failed due to: [Failed to start the server <COMPONENT_NAME>
Check log file <DOMAIN_HOME>/system_components/OHS/ohs_nm.log
Check log file <DOMAIN_HOME>/servers/<COMPONENT_NAME>/logs/<COMPONENT_NAME>.log]. Please check Node Manager log and/or server '<COMPONENT_NAME>' log for detailed information.]. Please check Node Manager log for details.
Use dumpStack() to view the full stacktrace :
This Exception occurred at <DATE/TIME>.
weblogic.nodemanager.NMException: Received error message from Node Manager Server: [Server start command for OHS server '<COMPONENT_NAME>' failed due to: [Failed to make directory <DOMAIN_HOME>/servers/<COMPONENT_NAME>/data/.inventory/<DIR>/<DIR]. Please check Node Manager log and/or server '<COMPONENT_NAME>' log for detailed information.]. Please check Node Manager log for details.
Error: Error occurred while performing nmStart : Error Starting server <COMPONENT_NAME> : Received error message from Node Manager Server: [Server start command for OHS server '<COMPONENT_NAME>' failed due to: [Failed to make directory <DOMAIN_HOME>/servers/<COMPONENT_NAME>/data/.inventory/<DIR>/<DIR]. Please check Node Manager log and/or server '<COMPONENT_NAME>' log for detailed information.]. Please check Node Manager log for details.

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