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dbc_OpenChannel failed with CODA and serviceguard

 
Mohamad Rezwan
Occasional Contributor

dbc_OpenChannel failed with CODA and serviceguard

Dear all,

i'm been getting with my CODA installation, and ServiceGuard.

I'm getting this "dbc_OpenChannel failed" wherenever I started CODA nsv and lsv thru the boot process of the service guard package.

However, I'm not getting this error if i started the same startup script from the command line.

Some brief view of my environment:

OS : 11.00
ServiceGuard : 11.14
CODA : 90010305

.codarc.coda :
[MainDataBase]
Type=Oracle
Name=TV3FIN
User=codaoas
Passwd=codaoas
TblOwner=codaoas

[LinkDataBase]
Type=Oracle
Name=TV3FIN
User=codaoas
Passwd=codaoas
TblOwner=codaoas

[Debug]

[Memory]

[Dbc]
Debug=0
OraSP=1
SybSP=1
BalanceAudit=15000

[Revaluation]
ExcludeZeroLines=0

[Licence]
LicenceFile=/coda/CFSERVER/startup/XXXXXXXXXX.elf

[PurchasingDataBase]
Type=Oracle
Name=TV3FIN
User=codaproc
Passwd=codaproc
TblOwner=codaproc


Can anyone help me?

Regards,
Rezwan
Malaysia
2 REPLIES 2
Ian Lochray
Respected Contributor

Re: dbc_OpenChannel failed with CODA and serviceguard

Set Debug=1 in the Dbc secion of your codarc file and then reproduce the dbc_OpenChannel error. You will then see a chan file in the directory you started CODA from that will show you the Oracle error that causes the dbc_OpenChannel error.
Mohamad Rezwan
Occasional Contributor

Re: dbc_OpenChannel failed with CODA and serviceguard

I did set debug=1 under the DBC section and restarted the package.

However, eventhough i managed to recreate the error, no chan1.sql is being generated.

anyway, if i ran the startup script from the command line .. i can access coda database and chan1.sql will be generated.