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How to Resolve Error "pcmdd: bad connect for hostname, errno 146" (Doc ID 2277695.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 10, 2018

Applies to:

Oracle Communications Billing and Revenue Management - Version 7.5.0.0.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal

On : 7.5.0.15.0 version,

While upgrading from PS15 to PS17, there were errors right in the beginning of the script execution:

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Upgrade BRM 75ps17 is now executing upgrade_75_functions()
Execute SQL statement from file /u01/oracle/pin01/BRM_7.5/sys/dd/data/pre_modular_oracle.sql
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Started dd_objects_event_billing_reversal_cc_75PS16.source at Thu May 25 18:07:16 2017
75PS16 filename /u01/oracle/pin01/BRM_7.5/sys/dd/data/dd_objects_event_billing_reversal_cc_75PS16.source
Modifying DB Schema...
Loading objects from file /u01/oracle/pin01/BRM_7.5/sys/dd/data/dd_objects_event_billing_reversal_cc_75PS16.source
Executing start_dm_oracle
pcmdd: bad connect for hostname, errno 146
errno=<PIN_ERR_DM_CONNECT_FAILED:26> location= class= field num=<0:0,0> recid= reserved=
pcmdd: bad connect for hostname, errno 146
errno=<PIN_ERR_DM_CONNECT_FAILED:26> location= class= field num=<0:0,0> recid= reserved=



There was no relevant error on dm_pinlog, and cm_pinlog was empty because cm did not start up during execution.
 
Even that all the Oracle documentation points to the approach of using the HOSTNAME in the configuration files, it worked after the user replaced the hostname with the IP.

Is there any error known related to this?

For another environment which is in MPS1 and to be upgraded to PS17, should it be setup with IP or with HOSTNAME?

It was working with HOSTNAME before when upgraded from BRM 7.4 to 7.5 PS15.
 

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