I do checked there’s no good way to change ACFS mounting point on asmca assistant, so I decided to document how I quickly change ACFS mount point:
- MAKE BACKUP ( in my case, there are no data loss );
- Do bellow:
root@mymachine:/oracle/product >/grid/product/18.104.22.168/bin/srvctl stop filesystem -d /dev/asm/ggatebin-68 root@mymachine:/ >/usr/sbin/acfsutil registry -d /dev/asm/ggatebin-68 acfsutil registry: successfully removed ACFS volume /dev/asm/ggatebin-68 from Oracle Registry root@mymachine:/ >/usr/sbin/acfsutil registry -a /dev/asm/ggatebin-68 /oracle/product/goldengate12c/ acfsutil registry: mount point /oracle/product/goldengate12c successfully added to Oracle Registry root@mymachine:/oracle/product >chown -R oracle.oinstall goldengate12c root@mymachine:/oracle/product >chmod 755 goldengate12c
Nice post, Maiquel!
Once I passed by a bug in running Database Home in an ACFS and remove/readd registry was the only solution. Very good commands to have in hand. 😉