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    Hi Friends,

    Anyone using Oracle 8.1.7 rel 3 on IBM SP (AIX 4.3.3)?
    We tried installing but we got an ORA-29701 error.
    (can not connect to cluster manager). It seems that the default install was creating an OPS DB when we only want
    a single intance on one node only (not OPS).

    Please help me...and thank you in advance

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    Did you try the custom installation option where you could unselect the OPS option?

    Sam
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    Hi Sam,

    Yes, I tried also custom install and I got same error.
    Any other suggestion?

    Thank you

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    This is just an suggestion and not a solution. Since I''m not an AIX buff, I don't know much of the internals of AIX. But looking at some of the forums at Metalink suggests that this was a problem in Oracle 8 and not an 8i one. So here are few questions you might want to run a check on.

    1. Are you using the correct ORACLE version?


    2. Is your GMS Started correctly?
    ogmsctl start

    3. If it gives you the error in the gmslog directory, then it means you have not installed the cluster manager on the system or there is a problem with the permissions...

    Sam
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    Talking

    >>I have the same problem with you,but I run on the Alpha4100 unix+oracle8.0.5
    >>please check the process use :#ps -ef |grep ogms
    >>If you find it and do :#kill -9 pid (pid of ogms)
    >>login on by user oracle
    >>then excute gmsctl start
    >>look at what happen

    Originally posted by sambavan
    This is just an suggestion and not a solution. Since I''m not an AIX buff, I don't know much of the internals of AIX. But looking at some of the forums at Metalink suggests that this was a problem in Oracle 8 and not an 8i one. So here are few questions you might want to run a check on.

    1. Are you using the correct ORACLE version?


    2. Is your GMS Started correctly?
    ogmsctl start

    3. If it gives you the error in the gmslog directory, then it means you have not installed the cluster manager on the system or there is a problem with the permissions...

    Sam

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