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CRS STARTING health check error

Posted on 2011-02-23
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:crs:root] crsctl check crs
Cluster Synchronization Services appears healthy
Cannot communicate with Cluster Ready Services
Event Manager appears healthy

Where can if find the log ?, what should be done now ?

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Question by:Dba_Oracledb
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Hi Dba_Oracledb,

Check the status with the below commands.

srvctl status nodeapps -n myserver  ==> 4 services will be there. they should be in up status.

srvctl status asm -n myserver  ==> ASM instance should be in up status.
If they are in up status, then u can go ahead with the next step of installation/configuration.

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Are you on Unix/Linux or Windows?
What version Oracle are you installing?

Show us the content of /etc/hosts on both nodes

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Please share your solution with us.

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