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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 AUGUST 26, 2019

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 <CTRL_SERVER_NAME>...
Successful Startup of Master Control <CTRL_SERVER_NAME>
ctrlDEV1: exec_appl RPC Failed to <CTRL_SERVER_NAME>
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_SERVER_NAME>
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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