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Posted on 2011-03-24
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I am trying to install 11g cluster i am getting the error

afer i enter the OCR location and OCR mirror locaiton,

The specified shared raw partition /dev/rdsk/emcpower may not have correct permission. Verify that the partition is owned by Oracle User"

right now it has oracle: oinstall permissions for that disk, still its not working ?

how to solve this?  thanks...

when i enter format command as oracle user

/home/oracle$ format
Searching for disks...done
No permission (or no disks found)!


will this effect ?
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Question by:Dba_Oracledb2
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by:Dba_Oracledb2
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problem solved,.........can OCR primary and mirror disks can by owned by oracle:install instead of root:oinstall ?
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OCR disks must be owned by root:oinstall.

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Also, don't forget to chmod 640 on OCR disks.

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