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Size of Oracle Binary Becomes Small or the Size of Oracle Binary Differs on Different Nodes After Enabling IBM Guardium (Doc ID 2547112.1)

Last updated on APRIL 17, 2023

Applies to:

Oracle Database - Enterprise Edition - Version 11.2.0.4 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

Difference in oracle binary size and checksum observe for <ORACLE_HOME>/bin/oracle in a Real Application Cluster environment

Symptom 1:

The output of md5sum and the size of the oracle binary are different on one of the nodes after enabling IBM Guardium

Server                MD5SUM Value                                         Binary Size
<nodename1>    5d1868a44aad1d20f710dfdbeee70e1a         169471
<nodename2>    3dacefa06ae3b9d51cd2e84aef4f46ee          333109399
<nodename3>    7ee8e58cbf4e3fae5e4ccb7222fef7b0           169471
<nodename4>    c15e15a046db49125fe1fb860bba6a10         169471

Symptom 2:

The size of the oracle binary becomes very small, example: 169471 bytes in few of the nodes

Changes

 

Cause

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