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PRIF-10: failed to initialize the cluster registry in linux

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PRIF-10: failed to initialize the cluster registry
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recreate OCR/Voting disk :


Shutdown the Oracle Clusterware stack on all the nodes using command crsctl stop crs as root user.
Backup the entire Oracle Clusterware home.
Execute <CRS_HOME>/install/rootdelete.sh on all nodes
Execute <CRS_HOME>/install/rootdeinstall.sh on the node which is supposed to be the first node
The following commands should return nothing
ps -e | grep -i 'ocs[s]d'
ps -e | grep -i 'cr[s]d.bin'
ps -e | grep -i 'ev[m]d.bin'
Execute <CRS_HOME>/root.sh on first node
After successful root.sh execution on first node Execute root.sh on the rest of the nodes of the cluster
Execute as owner of CRS_HOME (generally oracle) <CRS_HOME>/install/onsconfig add_config hostname1:port hostname2:port

$/u01/crs/install/onsconfig add_config halinux1:6251 halinux2:6251

Execute as owner of CRS_HOME (generally oracle)  <CRS_HOME>/bin/oifcfg setif -global. Please review Note 283684.1 for details.

$/u01/crs/bin/oifcfg setif -global  eth0/192.168.0.0:cluster_interconnect eth1/10.35.140.0:public

Add listener using netca. This may give errors if the listener.ora contains the entries already. If this is the case, move the listener.ora to /tmp from the $ORACLE_HOME/network/admin or from the $TNS_ADMIN directory if the TNS_ADMIN environmental is defined and then run netca. Add all the listeners that were added earlier.

Add ASM & database resource to the OCR using the appropriate srvctl add database command as the user who owns the ASM & database resource. Please ensure that this is not run as root user
Add  Instance, services using approproate srvctl add commands. Please refer to the documentation for the exact commands.
execute cluvfy stage -post crsinst -n node1,node2    ### Please ensure to replace node1,node2 with the node names of the cluster
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and verify you have default gateway configured properly
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execute "route" on linux will show the default gateway

and there are some diagnostic steps for windows, FYI
Oracle Clusterware Install Actions Log Errors and Causes
http://www.oracle.com/pls/db102/search?remark=quick_search&word=PRIF-10&tab_id=&format=ranked
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Thanks for the help. But the installation faills while running root.sh. and CRSD og shows clsc_connect: (0x60000000000e7a10) no listener at (ADDRESS=(PROTOCOL=ipc)(KEY=OCSSD_LL_cellnode1_crbt.


Bu the failed command in cfgtools are.
/u01/orauser/crs/bin/racgons add_config cellnode1:6200  cellnode2:6200

/u01/orauser/crs/bin/oifcfg setif -global  eth0/172.18.8.0:public eth1/192.168.10.0:cluster_interconnect

/u01/orauser/crs/bin/cluvfy stage -post crsinst -n cellnode1,cellnode2



crsd.log
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Thanks .This helped me to resolve the issue.
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