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CRS Keep Rebooting Node after 10.1.0.4 patchset (Doc ID 351374.1)

Last updated on MAY 20, 2021

Applies to:

Oracle Database - Enterprise Edition - Version 10.1.0.4 and later
IBM AIX on POWER Systems (64-bit)

Symptoms

After apply 10.1.0.4 patchset to CRS and make changes to /etc/init.d/init.cssd, comment out the line related with OPROCD_DEFAULT_MARGIN as follows:

    #       OPROCD_DEFAULT_MARGIN=100

(per  Bug 4502494 OPROCD MARGIN IS SET AT DIFFERENT PLACES IN THE INIT.CSSD SCRIPT),
CRS still can not startup on both nodes and goes to reboot loop.
CSS log shows:

2005-12-05 14:58:57.759 >USER:    Oracle Database 10g CSS Release 10.1.0.4.0 Production Copyright 1996, 2004 Oracle.  All rights reserved.
2005-12-05 14:58:57.759 >USER:    CSS daemon log for node <nodenam2>, number 2, in cluster crs
2005-12-05 14:58:57.763 [1] >TRACE:   clssscmain: local-only set to false
2005-12-05 14:58:57.772 [1] >TRACE:   clssnmReadNodeInfo: added node 1 (<nodename1>) to cluster
2005-12-05 14:58:57.777 [1] >TRACE:   clssnmReadNodeInfo: added node 2 (<nodename2>) to cluster
2005-12-05 14:58:57.779 [1] >TRACE:   clssnmVotingDevInit: quorum disk configured to be (/dev/ora_vote_raw_20m)
2005-12-05 14:58:57.793 [1] >TRACE:   clssscSclsFatal: read value of disable
2005-12-05 14:58:57.793 [772] >TRACE:   clssnm_skgxnmon: skgxn init failed, rc 1
2005-12-05 14:59:02.793 [1] >TRACE:   clssnm_skgxnonline: Using vacuous skgxn monitor
2005-12-05 14:59:02.796 [1] >TRACE:   clssnmVotingDevInit: quorum disk configured to be (/dev/ora_vote_raw_20m)
2005-12-05 14:59:31.168 [773] >TRACE:   clsc_listen: (11062e270) Listening on (ADDRESS=(PROTOCOL=tcp) (HOST=ome-prv)(PORT=49895))
2005-12-05 14:59:31.200 [1030] >TRACE:   clsc_listen: (110694070) Listening on (ADDRESS= (PROTOCOL=ipc) (KEY=Oracle_CSS_LclLstnr_crs_2))
......
2005-12-05 15:00:27.839 [2572] >ERROR:   clssnmDiskPingMonitorThread: voting device access hanging (90076 miliseconds)


Changes

Applied 10.1.0.4 patchset and applied workaround for bug 4502494.
There is no access or speed issue for voting disk /dev/raw_vote_raw_20m.

Cause

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