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DBUA Silent : Director Service Registration Error DBT-20060 DBT-08010 (Doc ID 2246770.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 04, 2018

Applies to:

Oracle Database - Enterprise Edition - Version 12.2.0.1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

Running DBUA in silent mode Fails with the following issue.

Case 1 :
The Database registered with Directory services.
Execution of DBUA in silent mode.
It Fails with the following issue.

[WARNING] [DBT-20060] One or more of the pre-upgrade checks on the database have resulted into warning conditions that require manual intervention. It is recommended that you address these warnings as suggested before proceeding.
[WARNING] [DBT-08010] A database with name (<SID>) is already registered with Directory service. Proceeding with this name will overwrite the existing configuration details in the Directory service.
[FATAL] [DBT-06001] 'Wallet password' cannot be empty.
[FATAL] [DBT-08007] Wallet password specified is not as per Oracle recommended standards.
CAUSE: Wallet password must have a minimum length of eight characters and contain alphabets combined with numbers or special characters.
ACTION: Specify a strong password. If required, refer Oracle documentation for the guidelines.

Case 2 :

SEVERE: Jun 05, 2018 9:19:25 AM oracle.assistants.dbua.prereq.PrereqChecker logPrereqResults
SEVERE: RAC listener check FIXABLE: MANUAL
Default Listener "LISTENER" is not configured in the Grid Infrastructure home.
Scan listener validation succeeded.

SEVERE: Jun 05, 2018 9:27:18 AM oracle.install.commons.util.exception.AbstractErrorAdvisor getDetailedMessage
SEVERE: [FATAL] [DBT-20061] One or more of the pre-upgrade checks on the database have resulted into error conditions that must be addressed before proceeding.

 

Cause

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