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    OMS error

    Hi,

    I get the following error when I start Management server on win2k.
    Can u suggest me to get the solution ?






    OEMCTL for Windows NT: Version 9.0.1.0.0
    Copyright (c) 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001 Oracle Corporation. All rights reserved.
    Starting the Oracle Management Server...VXA-3008 : Starting OMS Services, Wait.

    java.lang.IllegalArgumentException: oracle.sysman.vif.FormsTestsDataSource
    at oracle.sysman.vdrRegistry.VdrAgentObjectRegistryImpl.initializeTests(VdrAgentObjectRegistryImpl.java :257)
    at oracle.sysman.vdrRegistry.VdrAgentObjectRegistryImpl.startService(VdrAgentObjectRegistryImpl.java:18 4)
    at oracle.sysman.vxa.VxaAppServer.startServices(VxaAppServer.java:1514)
    at oracle.sysman.vxa.VxaAppServer.main(VxaAppServer.java:2611)
    java.lang.IllegalArgumentException: oracle.sysman.vif.FormsTestsDataSource
    at oracle.sysman.vdrRegistry.VdrAgentObjectRegistryImpl.initializeTasks(VdrAgentObjectRegistryImpl.java :392)
    at oracle.sysman.vdrRegistry.VdrAgentObjectRegistryImpl.startService(VdrAgentObjectRegistryImpl.java:18 5)
    at oracle.sysman.vxa.VxaAppServer.startServices(VxaAppServer.java:1514)
    at oracle.sysman.vxa.VxaAppServer.main(VxaAppServer.java:2611)
    [VdgListenThread][2003-2-10:16:46:23:723] VDG--- listenForConnections() failed : nslisten() failure : (lconn#=1) (nsi-err1#=12545) (nsi-err2#=12560)(nsnt-errs#=515, 1004, 0)

    [VdgListenThread][2003-2-10:16:46:23:723] VDG--- ** ERROR: VdgAgentGatewayImpl::VDG FATAL ERROR Initiating restart
    [VdgListenThread][2003-2-10:16:46:23:723] *** VXA : INITIATING OMS SHUTDOWN : OMS REPOSITORY SESSION LOST ***
    VXA: Doing a shutdown and restart"Management server thrashing. Exiting oemctrl.bat"
    Prasad

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    Is the database containing your OEM respository up and running?

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    yes, the db is up & running which contains Repository.


    Any more help ?
    Prasad

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    On installing the software you're prompted by the UI to start a oracle repository(for 9R2) with hte name oemrep including database et al). Having done that you're db & oms starts up automatically but since you can't customize that db(i mean redo logs are 100m each.. not so handy always) you're temepted(i was) to delete the db and recreate a customized db with a repository and there you might get the issue of dependency.

    I'd suggest drop and recreate the repository. if not you'd want to recreate the db all over again...
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    Is you host name resolvable (ie are you going through DNS, and if so can you resolve your hostname).

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    hi,

    I have checked hostname and I am sure that In all locations it is correct.
    I have dropped and recreated repository in database. But,still
    i get the same error.

    Event log shows two errors :
    ============================

    1 . The service has terminated abnormally. See the file "f:\oem9i\network\log\oms.nohup" Which i have given u earlier.
    EVENT ID :112

    2. The process termination failed for JRE %2
    Event id :113
    Prasad

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    Couple of things to check:

    1. Can you connect to the repository database as the repository owner via sqlplus from the same host?

    2. Check you listener setup is correct.

    3. Verify you hostname is completely resolvable through DNS. From the prompt, ping your hostname, then use the ip address that is returned and do an nslookup. This will ensure the hostname is resolvable forward and backward through DNS.

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    I have already checked those things and just now also gone through it.

    1. ping hontsit-test
    ping 172.16.4.155

    2. tnsping hmdw
    tnsping 172.16.4.155

    3. nslookup hontsit-test

    it displays :
    Name : hontsit-test
    address : 172.16.4.155

    Any more please..?
    Prasad

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    Check my OMSCONFIG.PROPERTIES file here

    #OMS Configuration Properties
    #Mon Feb 10 17:30:00 GMT+05:30 2003
    TRACING.ENABLED=TRUE
    OEM.REPOSITORY.PASSWORD=9d9bc568840762f0
    oem.BootHost=localhost
    OEM.EMCA_SHOW_WELCOME_PAGE=true
    OEM.REPOSITORY.DATABASE=(DESCRIPTION=(ADDRESS=(PROTOCOL=TCP)(Host=hontsit-test)(Port=1521))(CONNECT_DATA=(SID=hmdw)))
    OEM.REPOSITORY.LAST_CREATED_SID=OEMREP
    oem.BootPort=7771
    OEM.REPOSITORY.USER=OEMREP
    TRACEING.LEVEL=2
    OEM.REPOSITORY.DATABASE_ORIG=hontsit-test:1521:hmdw
    Prasad

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