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ORA-29701: unable to connect to Cluster Manager

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I am tryimng to start the 10g ASM getting the below error
ORA-29701: unable to connect to Cluster Manager

Please help me guys.
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Is the cluster manager running?

http://ora-29701.ora-code.com/

Not an Expert on Oralce Clusters but from a quick doc scan looks like there is an oracm command in *nix and likely a Service on Windows.
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ASM needs clusterware (CRS, CSS and OCSSD) .  CRS, CSS and OCSSD are owned/run by the root/grid users.  Thus if ASM and clusterware is down I would do this

1. logon as root
2.  reboot the machine so that everything comes up in the same order as originally configured.


Thus DBAs need are also System Administrators!!!
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