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ODA : 24 Extra Disk paths exists in ASM with group_number 0 and without suffix p1 or p2 (Doc ID 1644043.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 16, 2021

Applies to:

Oracle Database Appliance - Version All Versions to All Versions [Release All Releases]
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In ODA system there are 24 extra  ASM disk path exist as given below. 


e.g.  from v$asm_disk output there are 24 extra disk with group number 0 and without p1 or p2 as suffix in path.

Group#                 PATH
------             ----------------------------------
0                   /dev/mapper/SSD_E1_S23_8xxxxxxx4
0                   /dev/mapper/SSD_E1_S22_8xxxxxxx4
0                   /dev/mapper/SSD_E0_S21_8xxxxxxx2
0                   /dev/mapper/SSD_E0_S20_8xxxxxxx3
0                   /dev/mapper/HDD_E1_S07_9xxxxxxx9
0                   /dev/mapper/HDD_E1_S15_9xxxxxxx1
0                   /dev/mapper/HDD_E1_S03_9xxxxxxx3
0                   /dev/mapper/HDD_E1_S19_9xxxxxxx7
0                   /dev/mapper/HDD_E1_S11_9xxxxxxx7
0                   /dev/mapper/HDD_E1_S18_9xxxxxxx3
0                   /dev/mapper/HDD_E1_S14_9xxxxxxx5
0                   /dev/mapper/HDD_E1_S10_9xxxxxxx5
0                   /dev/mapper/HDD_E1_S06_9xxxxxxx5
0                   /dev/mapper/HDD_E1_S02_9xxxxxxx9
0                   /dev/mapper/HDD_E0_S05_9xxxxxxx7
0                   /dev/mapper/HDD_E0_S01_9xxxxxxx3
0                   /dev/mapper/HDD_E0_S13_9xxxxxxx3
0                   /dev/mapper/HDD_E0_S09_9xxxxxxx5
0                   /dev/mapper/HDD_E0_S17_9xxxxxxx1
0                   /dev/mapper/HDD_E0_S12_9xxxxxxx9
0                   /dev/mapper/HDD_E0_S16_9xxxxxxx7
0                   /dev/mapper/HDD_E0_S08_9xxxxxxx5
0                   /dev/mapper/HDD_E0_S04_9xxxxxxx7
0                   /dev/mapper/HDD_E0_S00_9xxxxxxx9



 This issue is due to incorrect asm_diskstring parameter. Current asm_diskstring parameter is set to '/dev/mapper/*D_*' which must be  set to '/dev/mapper/*D_*p*' for ODA system .


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