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12.2 Application Manager Rapid Clone Users Report Issues After Fs_clone As The FORMS_TMPDIR Is Incorrect And Has Been Synced to The Same Value as RUN File System (Doc ID 2346691.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 07, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Applications DBA - Version 12.2 and later
Oracle Applications Manager - Version 12.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

E-Business Suite 12.2 Applications Manager, Rapid Clone related issues

 

 

 

After setting the forms_tmpdir from /tmp (default value) to an fs1/fs2 dependent value (e.g. $INST_TOP/appltmp) via OAM, after fs_clone or adop prepare which calls fs_clone, the newly created PATCH context file has the forms_tmpdir value synced from the RUN FS, which causes a cross reference error:

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ValidateFSConfigFilesForCrossRef ...
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ERROR: File - <install directory>/apps/fs1/inst/apps/<SID>_<host>/appl/admin/<SID>_<host>.xml contains cross reference in it.
Corrective Action: Contact Oracle Support to identify the best course of action.

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ValidateOHSConfigFilesForCrossRef ...
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[ERROR]: There are some cross references between the RUN and PATCH file system in FS config files.
ValidateOHSConfigFilesForCrossRef:

 

The issue is similar to the case reported in the following document:

12.2 - Patching ADOP Cutover Phase Fails with Error "ERROR: File - <installdirectory>/apps/fs1/inst/apps/<SID>_<host>/appl/admin/<SID>_<host>.xml contains cross reference in it" (Doc ID 2099179.1)

The issue could be reproduced by the following steps

 

Changes

Edit the forms_tmpdir from /tmp (default value) to a special value which is an fs1/fs2 dependent value, e.g. $INST_TOP/appltmp.

Cause

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