rac command

Posted on 2014-04-10
Last Modified: 2014-06-10
Why the command not working?

===>  ps -ef|grep pmon
  oracle  8781870        1   0   Sep 18      - 33:56 asm_pmon_+ASM1
  oracle 11010162        1   0   Sep 18      - 41:25 ora_pmon_PSP1
===> crs_stat -t
ksh: crs_stat:  not found.

===> crsstat
ksh: crsstat:  not found.


srvctl status database -d OTPSP
ksh: ===:  not found.
Question by:tonydba
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David earned 250 total points
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Show us your env|sort results, Tony.  First guess is that your $GRID_HOME/bin is missing from your PATH.  And/or, you are not  logged in as GRID.

"Step1: Go to binary directory

#cd $GRID_HOME/bin

Step2: Check CRS is running or not

# $GRID_HOME/bin/crsctl check crs

Step3: check your command

# ./crsctl stat res -t "  from

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ksh: /bin: 0403-006 Execute permission denied.
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by:Devinder Singh Virdi
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Change direcotry command "cd" is missing
Rewrite $GRID_HOME/bin to
cd $GRID_HOME/bin
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My bad, ty virdi.
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The fact that "$GRID_HOME/bin" resolved to "/bin" when they posted the "Execute permission denied" error shows that GRID_HOME isn't set.

So, your PATH isn't correct so it cannot find the crs_stat command.
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