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Adcfgclone Fails with RC-40201 at appsTier While Adding a New Node (Doc ID 876359.1)

Last updated on MARCH 01, 2018

Applies to:

Oracle Applications DBA - Version to [Release 11.5.10]
Information in this document applies to any platform.


The following error encountered while running adcfgclone on appsTier while adding a new node: appsTier

Enter the APPS password [APPS]:<Password>

First Creating a new context file for the cloned system.
The program is going to ask you for information about the new system:

Provide the values required for creation of the new APPL_TOP Context file.

Do you want to use a virtual hostname for the target node (y/n) [n] ?:

Target system database SID [<Standard SID>]:

Target system database server node [<node name>]:

Target system database domain name [<domain name]:

Does the target system have more than one application tier server node (y/n)
[n] ?:y

Does the target system application tier utilize multiple domain names (y/n)
[n] ?:n

Target system concurrent processing node [<node name>]:

Target system administration node [<node name>]:

Target system forms server node [<node name>]:

Target system web server node [<node name>]:

Is the target system APPL_TOP divided into multiple mount points (y/n) [n] ?:n

Target system APPL_TOP mount point [<physical Path to the APPL_TOP>]:

Target system COMMON_TOP directory [<physical Path to the COMMON_TOP>]:

Target system 8.0.6 ORACLE_HOME directory [<physical Path to the 8.0.6 ORACLE_HOME>]:

Target system iAS ORACLE_HOME directory [<physical Path to the iAS ORACLE_HOME>]:

Do you want to preserve the Display set to <standard Dispaly Setting> (y/n) [y] ?:y

Do you want to preserve the port values from the source system on the target system (y/n) [y] ?:y

RC-40201: Unable to connect to Database <SID>.

Clone Context uses the same port pool mechanism as the Rapid Install
Once you choose a port pool, Clone Context will validate the port availability.


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