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Recreating a missing Oracle datafile with no backups
How to recreate a datafile that is missing at the operating system level. Missing/inaccessible files may be reported with one or more of these errors:
How to Recover an Oracle Database Having Added a Datafile Since Last Backup
NOTE: In the images and/or the document content below, the user information and environment
data used represents fictitious data from the Oracle sample schema(s), Public Documentation
Recover A Lost Oracle Datafile With No Backup
You have inadvertantly lost a datafile at the OS level and there are no current
Recover Oracle database after disk loss
This article aims at walking you through some of the common
How Recover an Oracle Database Backup in Windows When Everything is Lost
Which steps have to follow in order to recover a backup of a database in a windows platform when everything is lost ?
How to Recover Oracle Database from Loss Of Online Redo Log And ORA-312 And ORA-313
This article aims at walking you through some of the common recovery scenarios after a loss of Online Redolog
Steps to troubleshoot Oracle RAC clusterware GIPCHA connection failure
How to troubleshoot when a local process (non bootstrap client) fails to CONNECT to a peer process using the GIPCHA communication protocol?
Grid Infrastructure (GI) startup fails because crsd fails to start in a flex asm environment (Doc ID 2392762.1)
In a Flex ASM environment, Grid Infrastructure (GI) startup fails when GI is running on one or more of other nodes,
Bug 22891868 - Oracle Grid Clusterware OHASD does not restart CRSD when crsd.bin is hanging (Doc ID 22891868.8)
Bug 22891868 OHASD does not restart CRSD when crsd.bin is hanging
This note gives a brief overview of bug 22891868.
oracle clusterware gi startup issue what to check?
The purpose of this note is to provide a summary of the top 5 issues that may prevent the successful startup of the Grid Infrastructure (GI) stack.