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Unable To Start ASAP, Control Server Is Shutting Down : Cannot Write CSDL to Database (Doc ID 1425565.1)

Last updated on JULY 05, 2018

Applies to:

Oracle Communications ASAP - Version 7.0.1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
***Checked for relevance on 07-Nov-2013***


Unable to start the ASAP Application:

$ start_asap_sys -d
Starting Master Control Server CTRLDEV1...
Successful Startup of Master Control CTRLDEV1
ctrlDEV1: exec_appl RPC Failed to CTRLDEV1
Unable to connect to Master Control Server, the server may not be running or all connections are busy.

The following Error was observed in the CTRL diag file:

200003.390:45: LOW:Reg Proc Param :355 :control/libcontrol/reg_proc.c
Reg Proc [log_event] Received with 6 Parameters
1 : appl_cd = ADM_DEV1
2 : file = sarm/admin/admn_svr/perf_csdl.c
3 : reason = Error: Cannot Write CSDL to Database
4 : line = 603
5 : event = SYS_ERR
6 : event_log = 1

>> 200003.854:45: LOW:ASC_cprpcexec() :1433:control/libasc/ctlib.c
RPC CSP_system_event return status = -100
>> 200003.856:45: LOW:ASC_ociclose_cursor :506 :control/libasc/ocilib.c
Failed to close cursor reason = 1001
>> 200003.856:45:PROG:ORACLE ERROR :1556:control/libasc/ocilib.c


>> 200003.857:45:PROG:ORACLE ERROR :1564:control/libasc/ocilib.c
error message ORA-01001: invalid cursor

>> 200003.857:45:SANE:ASC_cprpcexec() :3870:control/libasc/ctlib.c
Error: DB Connection broken down due to Error[1001]
>> 200003.857:45: LOW:ASC_ociclose :325 :control/libasc/ocilib.c
OCI8 Session closed
>> 200003.857:45: LOW:ASC_cprpcexec() :3887:control/libasc/ctlib.c
Successfully established a new connection
>> 200003.857:45:SHUT:ASC Write Event :1447:control/control/ctrl_svr/alarm.c
Error: RPC 'CSP_system_event' Failed



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