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OEM not working, tried emca but failed.

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Hi, the Oracle Enterprise Manager for out 10g installation is not working after installing veritas clustering software. The OEM returns an error that the database is not available. Here is some information about our setup:

Oracle version: 10.1.0.2.0
2 database servers on an active-passive set up sharing a single VIP, the VIP points to the currently active server.
OS: running on Solaris 9.
The oracle data files and config files are in a shared storage.

The OEM was working before the veritas software was installed.

Here are some of our attempts:
- Tried emca but did not work, returns an invalid character exception.
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Use command line tool emctl to start and stop EM

$ emctl start dbconsole
$ emctl stop dbconsole
$ emctl status dbconsole
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Actually we are able to start the enterprise manager (yes, we used that already), however  accessing OEM through the browser returns a database unavailable error. The instance is up, the listener is up, and OEM is up... but OEM returns that error.
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See the log file at ORACLE_HOME/em/logs directory

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