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unable to successfully run EMCTL due to ORACLE_UNQNAME not found

Posted on 2011-09-07
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I am unable to even execute "emctl -help" due to unresolved ORACLE_UNQNAME issues. Setting to the same value as ORACLE_SID results in this: " <pathname>/<servername>_<ORACLE_SID> not found"

help . ..
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slightwv (䄆 Netminder) earned 250 total points
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It looks like your UNIQUE name isn't the same as your SID.

The error should have the 'file' it is looking for.  CD into that folder and look for a similar filename and set ORACLE_UNQNAME to match that file.
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by:Piloute
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Hi there,

anyways, your uniquename should match the SID.

the fact something is "not found" makes me feel you have a binary finding issue here. just curious, are your ORACLE_SID and ORACLE_HOME set ?

do you mind pasting the real error ? what is <pathname> ?

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by:hattah
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in our case, ORACLE_SID and ORACLE_UNQNAME are not identical. I did finally figure out the correct settings.
thank you for your response.
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