October 20, 2018

REASON FOUND: DBID Problem @ ODA

Hi There!

in my blogpost "http://robertcrames.blogspot.com/2018/10/oda-bug-and-poor-support-from-oracle.html" I described a problem with the impossibility of creating databases as a result of an incredebly long DBID and the 'poor' oracle support in that specific case.

Well - I contacted Oracle support and had a call with the Support Manager and then ... it worked smoothly 😏. Provided a few more information and Oracle support had an idea:

'Remove any changes from the .bash_profile and try again' ... Unfortunately, we made no changes on root's .bash_profile (which is the 'initiator' of the create database process) :-( - but we made some changes on oracle's .bash_profile. One of these changes was, to set oracle's primary environment to Grid Infrastructure' instance +ASM1. Removed that entry, retried the 'odacli create-database' - and ... it works - DBID is correct and plausible, everything runs fine. :-)

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