1.1.. Login to Oracle E-Business application server 1.2.. cd /u02/oracle/ERP/EBS122/ (base software location) 1.3.. Source the E-Business environent for e.g . EBSapps.env Note :- Select Run file system 1.4 .. Now you can find out Login URL in either way 1.5 [applmgr@askmedawaa EBS122]$ echo $CONTEXT_FILE /u02/oracle/ERP/EBS122/fs1/inst/apps/PROD_askmedawaa/appl/admin/PROD_askmedawaa.xml 1.6 [applmgr@askmedawaa EBS122]$ grep login or s_login_page $CONTEXT_FILE or … Continue reading Finding login URL in Oracle E-Business Suite 12.2.X is easy now
1… When you browse a http://abc:7001/console of weblogic Admin console. You will encounter given below error. And when you check AdminServer.log “The Server is not able to service this request: [Socket:000445]Connection rejected, filter blocked Socket, weblogic.security.net.FilterException: [Security:090220]rule 2” 2.. To resolve given above issue login to http://abc:7001/console of weblogic Admin console. Click on Lock &Edit … Continue reading The Server is not able to service this request: [Socket:000445]Connection rejected, filter blocked Socket, weblogic.security.net.FilterException
1.. Stopping Fusion Middleware Control Login to Fusion Middleware Control http://abc:7001/em Now under the tab Business Intelligence click on biinstance Now click on System Components And then click on stop all Tab 2.. Stopping Managed Server Login to Weblogic console http://abc:7001/console Under Domain Structure click on Environment -> Servers -> Under Summary of Servers click … Continue reading Stopping and Starting services of OBIEE 12c in linux server…..
The redo log corruption could be any of given below errors:- ORA-16038 log %s sequence# %s cannot be archived ORA-354 corrupt redo log block header ORA-353 log corruption near block <num> change <str >time <str> ORA-367 checksum error in log file header ORA-368 checksum error in redo log block And while Oracle Database was open … Continue reading Redo log corruption errors in one of the redo log files while the database is open.
1.. Determine the size of the new swap file in megabytes and multiply by 1024 to determine the number of blocks. For example, the block size of a 64 MB swap file is 65536. 2.. At a shell prompt as root, type the following command with count being equal to the desired block size:- dd … Continue reading Add Swap space in Linux quickly !!!!
Active database duplication copies the live target database over the network to the auxiliary destination and then creates the duplicate database. Only difference is that you don't need to have the pre-existing RMAN backups and copies. The duplication work is performed by an auxiliary channel. This channel corresponds to a server session on the auxiliary … Continue reading DUPLICATE From ACTIVE Database Using RMAN
1.. Take a full database backup and transfer the backups from the source server (PROD) to the destination server (UAT-Auxiliary) in exactly the same location where it was created on the source server. scp *.bkp email@example.com:/backup/RMAN_BKP Note :- PROD and PREPROD-Catalog database plus UAT-Auxiliary database is running in two different server For PROD backup location … Continue reading Backup-Based Duplication without a Target Connection but with Recovery Catalog Connection
A recovery catalog is a database schema used by RMAN to store metadata about one or more Oracle databases. Typically, it stores the catalog in a dedicated database. Whereas a recovery catalog provides the following benefits: A recovery catalog creates redundancy for the RMAN repository stored in the control file of each target database. The … Continue reading Creating Recovery Catalog in Oracle Database 11gR2
1… Configure VCN, FSS_VCN Security List Rules for the File Storage. VCN consists of Security List which allow or deny traffic to a subnet. Before you can mount a file system, configure security list rules to allow traffic to the mount target subnet. 2.. Navigate to -> Core Infrastructure, Networking and click Virtual Cloud Network … Continue reading Creating File Storage Services and mounting in Oracle Cloud Infra aka OCI
The Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Block Volume service provides you with the capability to group together multiple volumes in a volume group. A volume group can include both types of volumes, boot volumes, which are the system disks for your Compute instances, and block volumes for your data storage. You can use volume groups to create … Continue reading Volume groups in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure for Boot and Block Volume…