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Fail To Discover Server After Oracle VM Database Regeneration (Doc ID 2450769.1)

Last updated on JUNE 23, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle VM - Version 3.4.4 and later
Linux x86-64


After the Oracle VM database corruption, the procedure described in Doc ID 2038168.1 was followed to regenerate the database.

The Oracle VM server discover fail with the following errors:

- In Oracle VM Server: /var/log/ovs-agent.log:

[2018-09-19 09:31:23 1972] DEBUG (service:77) call start: discover_server
[2018-09-19 09:31:24 1972] DEBUG (service:77) call complete: discover_server
[2018-09-19 09:31:24 1990] DEBUG (service:77) call start: discover_hardware
[2018-09-19 09:31:25 1990] DEBUG (service:77) call complete: discover_hardware
[2018-09-19 09:31:27 2048] DEBUG (service:77) call start: discover_network
[2018-09-19 09:31:27 2048] DEBUG (service:77) call complete: discover_network
[2018-09-19 09:31:27 20305] ERROR (notificationserver:272) Error sending statistics: Unauthorized {"message":"AUTH_000002:Connection to manager failed: AUTH_000005:Invalid login credentials.","errorCode":"AUTH_000002","cause":"Caused by: AUTH_000005:Invalid login credentials.\n","wsErrorCode":"AUTH_CONNECTION_TO_MANAGER_FAILED"}

- On the Oracle VM Manager host in the AdminServer.log the relevant entry is:

####<2018-09-19T09:11:01.805+0200> <Error> <> <s971l111> <AdminServer> <Odof Tcp Client Thread: /> <> <> <c0457d1c-c541-436a-96d3-1315cd68def2-00000004> <1537341061805> <BEA-000000> <java.lang.NumberFormatException: For input string: "41:5941"
 at java.lang.NumberFormatException.forInputString(
 at java.lang.Integer.parseInt(
 at java.lang.Integer.parseInt(

There is a VM which configuration file was changed, adding the following line:

vfb = ['type=vnc,vncunused=1,vnclisten=,keymap=de']



Manually change the vm.cfg configuration file for a VM and regenerate the Oracle VM Database.


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