Cannot Start OIDLDAPD - Oidmon Log Shows Instance Addition Failed

(Doc ID 739879.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 24, 2017

Applies to:

Oracle Internet Directory - Version 9.0.4.0.1 to 10.1.4.3 [Release 10gR1 to 10gR3]
Information in this document applies to any platform.
***Checked for relevance on 07-Mar-2013***

Symptoms

After a restore of OID from a backup the oid processes will not start.

No oidldapd01 is created.

OIDMON.LOG shows:

Updating Process Table...
2008/09/08:12:55:51 * oidmon_mo8dlabdb01:0 *
OIDLDAPD Instance 1 addition failed
2008/09/08:12:55:51 * oidmon_mo8dlabdb01:0 *
Sent SIGTERM to process id = 25350
2008/09/08:12:55:51 * oidmon_mo8dlabdb01:0 *
Server OIDLDAPD Instance 1 Terminated
2008/09/08:12:55:51 * oidmon_mo8dlabdb01:0 *
Deleting OIDLDAPD instance 1 from Process table
2008/09/08:12:55:51 * oidmon_mo8dlabdb01:0 *
Instance cn=instance1,cn=mo8dlabdb01,cn=osdldapd,cn=subregistrysubentry not
found.
2008/09/08:12:55:51 * oidmon_mo8dlabdb01:0 *
Could not delete the Instance
2008/09/08:12:55:51 * oidmon_mo8dlabdb01:0 *
OIDLDAPD Instance 1 deletion failed
2008/09/08:12:55:51 * oidmon_mo8dlabdb01:0 *


No ORA errors generated, nothing in the database Alert log.

Performed SQL queries to verify the existence of instances in the OID database:

select * from ds_attrstore where attrval like '%osdldapd%' and attrval like
'%configset%';

select attrname,attrval from ds_attrstore where entryid=< entryid # from
previous output >;



All configset information was verified to be correct.

Attempted to start instance=2 configset=1. Observed the same behavior:

Verified permissions of oidldapd executable. Owned by root with SUID bit set.

Commented out TCP and UDP entries for LDAP in the /etc/services file and restarted unix inetd process.

Took opmnctl out of the picture and started oidmon manually, then used oidctl to attempt to start instances. This also produced the same errors in the oidmon.log.


 

Changes

Cannot Start Oidldapd Process After Restoring 1014as Home From The Backup

Cause

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