OID 10g Advanced Replication (ASR) remtool -asrsetup Fails with Error "This database is already part of a DRG"

(Doc ID 748564.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 26, 2016

Applies to:

Oracle Internet Directory - Version 10.1.4 to 10.1.4 [Release 10gR3]
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

Running the remtool command for ASR setup fails with error shown below. The same error can be seen in the $ORACLE_HOME/ldap/log/remtool.log:

ORACLE_HOME/ldap/bin $ ./remtool -asrsetup -v
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ASR Setup for OID Replication
WARNING:
Make sure that the replication administrator that you enter below does not exist already in any of the nodes that will be part of the DRG to be created now. If the user exists, that user will be dropped and will be created newly.
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Enter replication administrator's name : repadmin
Enter replication administrator's password :
Reenter replication administrator's password :
Enter Master Definition Site (MDS) details :
Enter global name of MDS : oiddb.abc.kr
Enter SYSTEM user password of MDS :
Enter Remote Master Site (RMS) details :
Enter global name of RMS # 1 : oiddb2.abc.kr

Enter SYSTEM user password of RMS # 1 :

Are there more Remote Master Sites in the group? [y/n/q] : n
Verify the details you had entered.
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Replication administrator's name : repadmin
Master Definition Site : oiddb.abc.kr
Remote Master Site # 1 : oiddb2.abc.kr
Are these details correct? [y/n/q] : y
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
ASR setup in progress...
OIDDB2 : This database (host name : host11, instance name : oiddb2, replicaid : host11_oiddb2) is already part of a DRG.
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
ASR setup has failed.
OIDDB2 : This database (host name : host11, instance name : oiddb2, replicaid : host11_oiddb2) is already part of a DRG.

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