- Article Type: General
- Product: Aleph
- Product Version: 20
1. On the ARC server, the /exlibris/app/oracle/diag/rdbms/arc2/arc2/trace/alert_arc2.log has the following message: "ORA-1653: unable to extend table SYS.WARNING_SETTINGS$ by 128 in tablespace SYSTEM".
2. On the Aleph server, the arc-01 (ETL) job doesn't complete; the ./xxx50/scratch/p_arc_01_c.log has:
a. numerous "Syntax error at line 1" messages and/or
b. "ORA-04043: object L3_MRR_BIB_INFO does not exist" error messages
and the "top" command shows that the "compress_seq_file" process (generated by the arc-01 job) has been running for many hours and is using 99-100% of the processors it is running on.
1. SYSTEM tablespace in the arc2 or arc3 database on ARC server is full
2. On the Aleph server, because the previous night's run of p_arc_01 never finished, tonight's p_arc_01 started while the previous was still running.
1. Double the size of the SYSTEM tablespace in the arc2 (or arc3) database on the ARC server, for instance, increasing it from 1.5 Gig to 3 Gig.
a. log on to ARC server as user crn
b. Do "util o/13/3/3" to add a datafile. (Note: there is no "dlib" on the ARC server; the "util" command can be entered in directly at the unix prom;pt.)
2. Use the following commands to locate running arc-01 processes on the Aleph server:
> ps -eaf |grep csh |grep arc
> ps -ef |grep compress_seq_fi
3. Kill the processes found in step 2
4. Resubmit the p_arc_01 job on the Aleph server (or wait until it's released from the job_list again).
The last 12 lines from the ./xxx50/scratch/p_arc_01_c.log:
1* begin l3_MRR_BIB_INFO ('DLM2'); end;
drop procedure l3_MRR_BIB_INFO
ERROR at line 1:
ORA-04043: object L3_MRR_BIB_INFO does not exist
Disconnected from Oracle Database 11g Enterprise Edition Release 18.104.22.168.0 - 64bit Production
With the Partitioning, OLAP, Data Mining and Real Application Testing options
table_type = FIX load_mode = NONDIRECT option = go
Username:SQL*Loader-350: Syntax error at line 1.
Expecting keyword LOAD, found "*".
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- Article last edited: 4/24/2014