Oracle home path update for Cluster DataBase

Last post 11-14-2016, 9:40 PM by Sunny48. 0 replies.
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  • Oracle home path update for Cluster DataBase
    Posted: 11-14-2016, 9:40 PM

    Hi All


    I was able to fix the oracle home path update issue at the server level after updating the registry in the Commcell level  nDBDISCOVERYINTERVAL + client computer group/client level sUPDATEORACLECONFIG with enabling the Atomatic Instance Discovery at oracle idataagent. However the same is not working for the clustered oracle database if we are registering the Cluster database as a client name in the CommCell console. Does anyone has similar issue and know how to get the oracle home path updated if the cluster DB is registered as a client in the CommVault Console.


    Please let me know. Thanks in advance 

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