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Grid infrastructure: upgrade from 12.1 to 12.2 failed during rootupgrade (Doc ID 2354075.1)

Last updated on APRIL 16, 2023

Applies to:

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Grid infrastructure upgrade from 12.1 to 12.2 failed during rootupgrade

2018/01/23 22:43:34 CLSRSC-117: Failed to start Oracle Clusterware stack
Died at $GI_HOME/crs/install/ line 1083.
The command '$GI_HOME/perl/bin/perl -I$GI_HOME/perl/lib -I$GI_HOME/crs/install $GI_HOME/crs/install/ -upgrade' execution failed

PathFile: $ORACLE_BASE/diag/crs/RACNODE1/crs/trace/crsd.trm
OpFlag: 10, Status: 1, MagicBeg: 2153609765, MagicNum: 3593058129
Stream Access
----- ADS Stream Desc Dump -----
fd: 243
----- END ADS Stream Desc Dump -----
File Name Fragment: /RACNODE1/crs/trace/crsd.trm
----- END ADS Open Files Dump -----
----- END Diag Diagnostic DUMP -----

DDE encountered the following error:
DIA-49204: Recursive DDE invocation at Phase I
DIA-48002: thread terminated by fatal error
DIA-48003: out of process memory when trying to allocate 9104 bytes (diag pga,adl context curMsg) << MEMORY ISSUE>>

kgefec: fatal error 0
Trace file $ORACLE_BASE/diag/crs/RACNODE1/crs/trace/crsd.trc
Oracle Database 12c Clusterware Release - Production Copyright 1996, 2016 Oracle. All rights reserved.
default:1: 1: clskec:has:CLSU:910 4 args[CLSD00302][mod=clsdadr.c][loc=(:CLSD00302:)][msg=clsdAdrInit: Trace file size and number of segments fetched from environemnt variable: ORA_DAEMON_TRACE_FILE_OPTIONS filesize=26214400,numsegments=10]

CLSB:1: Argument count (argc) for this daemon is 2
CLSB:1: Argument 0 is:$GI_HOME/bin/crsd.bin
CLSB:1: Argument 1 is: reboot



Upgrading the grid infrastructure from 12.1 to 12.2


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