Starting MRP reboots Linux Server (once more)

I have already blogged on similar issue, but decided to do it once again because symptoms are the same, but the source reason is different.

So, one of our customers asked for our help in situation when Linux server rebooted by them-self and, because it was hosting standby database, it was quite urgent to get it working properly to provide protection for primary database.

I have just started managed recovery process and everything was OK for a couple of minutes, but then … console hang and server just went down for reboot… interesting 😉

Just to test if it’s consistent, I have done it once more and… it rebooted once again after applying several archive logs… 😉 Continue reading


Starting MRP reboots Linux Server


I have faced quite unusual situation when starting Oracle Managed Recovery resulted in Linux Server reboots.

It was version and results were consistent – in a few seconds after issuing RECOVER MANAGED STANDBY DATABASE DISCONNECT Linux server just went down for reboot… Continue reading