normal behavior of asm ???
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    Error? -> ASM on RAC allways mounts and unmounts

    Hello,

    I got the following entries in the alert.log of an oracle10g cluster and asm and do not know if it is accepted as normal:

    SUCCESS: diskgroup DG2 was mounted
    SUCCESS: diskgroup DG2 was dismounted
    SUCCESS: diskgroup DG2 was mounted
    SUCCESS: diskgroup DG2 was dismounted
    SUCCESS: diskgroup DG2 was mounted
    SUCCESS: diskgroup DG2 was dismounted

    Has some body such entries they look alike this?

    Christian
    Last edited by ckiltz; 11-10-2006 at 05:54 AM.

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    Yea, it's normal to see these entries in the alert log. However, you shouldn't get these during normal operation.

    Here's a sample of one of mine:

    grep SUCCESS alert_+ASM1.log |head -6

    SUCCESS: diskgroup DISKGROUP1 was mounted
    SUCCESS: completed COD recovery for group 1/0x46bdb403 (DISKGROUP1)
    SUCCESS: refreshed PST for 1/0x46bdb403 (DISKGROUP1)
    SUCCESS: rebalance completed for group 1/0x46bdb403 (DISKGROUP1)
    SUCCESS: rebalance completed for group 1/0x46bdb403 (DISKGROUP1)
    SUCCESS: refreshed PST for 1/0x46bdb403 (DISKGROUP1)
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    Hello KenEwald,

    thank you for your reply!

    we get this messages only for disk group 2 where archive logs are written and in a high number.

    for disk group 1 where data files are stored we get no such messages.

    Is there any differenz in treatment of oracle belonging archive and data files?

    Christian

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