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While Starting ASAP Slave Server, Receiving Permission Denied Error (Doc ID 2119597.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 23, 2022

Applies to:

Oracle Communications ASAP - Version 7.2.4 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Qn1: While starting the ASAP slave server, we are receiving a permission denied error. We are trying to install ASAP on multiple Solaris machines by choosing master and slave concept. Installed successfully on Master machine,and it's working.

Then we chose custom installation by choosing ASAP core components. However, when we are trying to start ASAP, slave server getting permission denied error.

Qn2: If we start slave ASAP on Master box, then what is the use of slave box?

How can we start the slave process when the master box has crashed? How can we start the slave box process from the master ?

Qn3: What is the use of slave server exactly ?

If Master box crashes, can we take backup from the slave server to master server ?

Our intention for High availability is that when the master server crashes, the slave server will take over.


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