Purge the database default...

Is there a way to purge old records in the database by default... SQL CE?

We need to upgrade to a full version of SQL, but until I would serve some data from the previous month, so I can at least see activity yesterday.

Thanks for the help!

-Evan

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Hey Evan,

Here's the article for SQL Server:

http://communities.quest.com/docs/doc-14838

Your retention settings (Configuration-> retention settings) will only be applied when you stop and start your server service NMS Quest (ptserverservice.exe).

Apart from this, stop the services you can manually delete all the files in data .sdf file. DO NOT DELETE ptdb.sdf. This file contains all of your devices, policies and other settings.

c:\programdata\quest software\nms\nms server\nms db\

Best regards

Jonas

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    (5) I've created 4 standby redo logfiles (/oraredo/testdb/stby01.log stby02.log stby03.log stby04.log)

    (6) I do RMAN backup (database and archivelog) on the site of relief only.

    (7) I want to use this backup for full restore of the database on the primary database.

    He is a DR test to simulate the scenario that has lost every primary & Eve total servers.

    Here is how to save, on the database pending:

    (1) performance 'alter database recover managed standby database Cancel' to ensure that compatible data files

    (2) RMAN > backup database;

    (3) RMAN > backup archivelog all;

    I got elements of backup and copied to primary db Server something like:

    /Home/Oracle/backupset/o1_mf_nnndf_TAG20151002T133329_c0xq099p_.BKP (data files)

    /Home/Oracle/backupset/o1_mf_ncsnf_TAG20151002T133329_c0xq0sgz_.BKP (spfile & controlfile)

    /Home/Oracle/backupset/o1_mf_annnn_TAG20151002T133357_c0xq15xf_.BKP (archivelogs)

    So here's how to restore, on the main site:

    I clean all the files (data files, controlfiles oder all gone).

    (1) restore spfile from pfile

    RMAN > startup nomount

    RMAN > restore spfile from pfile ' / home/oracle/pfile.txt' to ' / home/oracle/backupset/o1_mf_ncsnf_TAG20151002T133329_c0xq0sgz_.bkp';

    (2) modify pfile to convert to db primary content. pFile shows below

    *.audit_file_dest='/opt/Oracle/DB/admin/testdb/adump '

    * .audit_trail = "db".

    * full = '12.1.0.2.0'

    *.control_files='/oradata/testdb/control01.ctl','/orafra/testdb/control02.ctl'

    * .db_block_size = 8192

    * .db_domain = "

    *.db_file_name_convert='/testdb/','/testdb /'

    * .db_name = "testdb".

    * .db_recovery_file_dest ='/ orafra'

    * .db_recovery_file_dest_size = 10737418240

    * .db_unique_name = "testdb".

    *.diagnostic_dest='/opt/Oracle/DB '

    * .fal_server = "stbydb".

    * .log_archive_config = 'dg_config = (testdb, stbydb)'

    * .log_archive_dest_2 = "service = stbydb SYNC valid_for = (ONLINE_LOGFILE, PRIMARY_ROLE) db_unique_name = stbydb'"

    * .log_archive_dest_state_2 = 'ENABLE '.

    *.log_file_name_convert='/testdb/','/testdb /'

    * .memory_target = 1800 m

    * .open_cursors = 300

    * runoff = 300

    * .remote_login_passwordfile = "EXCLUSIVE."

    * .standby_file_management = "AUTO".

    * .undo_tablespace = "UNDOTBS1.

    (3) restart db with updated file pfile

    SQLPLUS > create spfile from pfile='/home/oracle/pfile.txt'

    SQLPLUS > the judgment

    SQLPLUS > startup nomount

    (4) restore controlfile

    RMAN > restore primary controlfile to ' / home/oracle/backupset/o1_mf_ncsnf_TAG20151002T133329_c0xq0sgz_.bkp';

    RMAN > change the editing of the database

    (5) all elements of backup catalog

    RMAN > catalog starts by ' / home/oracle/backupset / '.

    (6) restore and recover the database

    RMAN > restore database;

    RMAN > recover database until the SNA XXXXXX; (this YVERT is the maximum in archivelog backups that extends beyond the scn of the backup of the data file)

    (7) open resetlogs

    RMAN > alter database open resetlogs;

    Everything seems perfect, except one of the file log roll forward pending is not generated

    SQL > select * from v$ standby_log;

    ERROR:

    ORA-00308: cannot open archived log ' / oraredo/testdb/stby01.log'

    ORA-27037: unable to get file status

    Linux-x86_64 error: 2: no such file or directory

    Additional information: 3

    no selected line

    I intended to use the same backup to restore primary basic & helps record traffic and the downtime between them in the world of real output.

    So I have exactly the same steps (except STANDBY restore CONTROLFILE and not recover after database restore) to restore the database pending.

    And I got the same missing log file.

    The problem is:

    (1) complete alert.log filled with this error, not the concern here

    (2) now repeat it in real time apply won't work since the Party shall LGWR shows always "WAITING_FOR_LOG."

    (3) I can't delete and re-create this log file

    Then I tried several and found:

    The missing standby logfile was still 'ACTIVE' at present RMAN backup was made.

    For example, on db standby, under Group #4 (stby01.log) would be lost after the restoration.

    SQL > select GROUP #, SEQUENCE #, USE (s), the STATUS from v$ standby_log;

    GROUP # SEQUENCE # USED STATUS

    ---------- ---------- ---------- ----------

    4 19 ACTIVE 133632

    5 0 0 UNASSIGNED

    6 0 0 not ASSIGNED

    7 0 0 UNASSIGNED

    So until I take the backup, I tried on the primary database:

    SQL > alter system set log_archive_dest_state_2 = delay;

    This was the Group of standby_log side Eve #4 was released:

    SQL > select GROUP #, SEQUENCE #, USE (s), the STATUS from v$ standby_log;

    GROUP # SEQUENCE # USED STATUS

    ---------- ---------- ---------- ----------

    4 0 0 UNASSIGNED

    5 0 0 UNASSIGNED

    6 0 0 not ASSIGNED

    7 0 0 UNASSIGNED

    Then, the backup has been restored correctly without missing standby logfile.

    However, to change this primary database means break DataGuard protection when you perform the backup. It's not accept on the production environment.

    Finally, my real questions come:

    (1) what I do may not do on parameter change?

    (2) I know I can re-create the control file to redo before delete and then recreate after. Is there any simple/fast to avoid the standby logfile lost or recreate the lost one?

    I understand that there are a number of ways to circumvent this. Something to keep a copy of the log file waiting restoration progress and copy up one missing, etc, etc...

    And yes I always have done no real-time applies "to the aid of archived logfile" but is also not accept mode of protection of production.

    I just want proof that the design (which is displayed in a few oracle doc Doc ID 602299.1 is one of those) that backs up data backup works effectively and can be used to restore the two site. And it may be without spending more time to resume backups or put the load on the primary database to create the database before.

    Your idea is very much appreciated.

    Thank you!

    Hello

    1--> when I take via RMAN backup, RMAN does not redo log (ORL or SRL) file, so we cannot expect ORLs or SRL would be restored.

    2nd--> when we opened the ORL database should be deleted and created

    3rd--> Expecting, SRL should not be an issue.we should be able to do away with the fall.

    DR [email protected] SQL > select THREAD #, SEQUENCE #, GROUP #, STATUS from v$ standby_log;

    THREAD # SEQUENCE # GROUP # STATUS

    ---------- ---------- ---------- ----------

    1 233 4 ACTIVE

    1 238 5 ACTIVE

    DR [email protected] SQL > select * from v$ logfile;

    GROUP # STATUS TYPE MEMBER IS_ CON_ID

    ---------- ------- ------- ------------------------------ --- ----------

    3 /u03/cdb01/cdb01/redo03.log no. 0 online

    /U03/cdb01/cdb01/redo02.log no. 0 2 online

    1 /u03/cdb01/cdb01/redo01.log no. 0 online

    4 /u03/cdb01/cdb01/stdredo01.log WATCH No. 0

    /U03/cdb01/cdb01/stdredo02.log EVE 5 No. 0

    DR [email protected] SQL > ! ls - ltr /u03/cdb01/cdb01/stdredo01.log

    method: cannot access the /u03/cdb01/cdb01/stdredo01.log: no such file or directory

    DR [email protected] SQL >! ls - ltr /u03/cdb01/cdb01/stdredo02.log

    -rw - r-. 1 oracle oinstall 52429312 17 Oct 15:32 /u03/cdb01/cdb01/stdredo02.log

    DR [email protected] SQL > alter database force claire logfile 4;

    change the database group claire logfile 4

    *

    ERROR on line 1:

    ORA-01156: recovery or current flashback may need access to files

    DR [email protected] SQL > alter database recover managed standby database cancel;

    Database altered.

    DR [email protected] SQL > change the database group claire logfile 4;

    Database altered.

    DR [email protected] SQL > ! ls - ltr /u03/cdb01/cdb01/stdredo01.log

    -rw - r-. 1 oracle oinstall 52429312 17 Oct 15:33 /u03/cdb01/cdb01/stdredo01.log

    DR [email protected] SQL >

    If you do, you can recreate the controlfile without waiting for redo log entry...

    If you still think it's something is not acceptable, you must have SR with support to analyze why he does not abandon SRL when controlfile_type is "underway".

    Thank you

  • BEA-000362 < server failed. At least a migratable target is configured with automatic migration. Before the automatic migration of any type can be used, the MigrationBasis must be defined in the ClusterMBean. If the database is selected, then DataSourc

    My Weblogic 12 c StartWeblogic.cmd failed after that I configured the migration of the cluster to the database with the name of the table as none.  I can't even to the Server Admin page.

    Before that, I remove the. log.lck, process.id, process.lck files in the nodemanager directory

    Help, please! Thank you!

    Joe

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    # < October 1, 2015 4:18:20 PM CDT > < Info > < security > < NAP1D692 > <>< Home > <><><>< 1443734300986 > < BEA-090905 > < disable provider JCE CryptoJ self-intégrité for better startup performance. To allow this control, enter - Dweblogic.security.allowCryptoJDefaultJCEVerification = true. >

    # < October 1, 2015 4:18:21 PM CDT > < Info > < security > < NAP1D692 > <>< Home > <><><>< 1443734301049 > < BEA-090906 > < change the default Random Number Generator in RSA CryptoJ of ECDRBG128 to FIPS186PRNG. To disable this change, specify - Dweblogic.security.allowCryptoJDefaultPRNG = true. >

    # < October 1, 2015 4:18:21 PM CDT > < opinion > < WebLogicServer > < NAP1D692 > <>< Home > <><><>< 1443734301064 > < BEA-000395 > < the following extensions added at the end of the classpath directory content:

    C:\oracle\Middleware\Oracle_Home\user_projects\domains\joe12c_domain\lib\log4j-1.2.15.jar; C:\oracle\Middleware\Oracle_Home\user_projects\domains\joe12c_domain\lib\wllog4j.jar. >

    # < October 1, 2015 4:18:21 PM CDT > < Info > < WebLogicServer > < NAP1D692 > <>< Thread-4 > <><><>< 1443734301361 > < BEA-000377 > < since Java hotspot 64-bit Server VM WebLogic Server Version 24.60 - b09 of Oracle Corporation. >

    # < October 1, 2015 4:18:21 PM CDT > < Info > < management > < NAP1D692 > <>< Thread-5 > <><><>< 1443734301610 > < BEA-141107 > < Version: WebLogic Server 12.1.3.0.0 Wed May 21 18:53:34 PDT 2014 1604337 >

    # < October 1, 2015 4:18:22 PM CDT > < opinion > < WebLogicServer > < NAP1D692 > <>< Thread-6 > <><><>< 1443734302702 > < BEA-000365 > < Server State has changed at the START. >

    # < October 1, 2015 4:18:22 PM CDT > < Info > < WorkManager > < NAP1D692 > <>< Thread-6 > <><><>< 1443734302702 > < BEA-002900 > < init > self-adjustable thread pool.

    # < October 1, 2015 4:18:22 PM CDT > < Info > < WorkManager > < NAP1D692 > <>< ExecuteThread [ASSET]: '0' for the queue: "(self-adjusting) weblogic.kernel.Default" > <><><>< 1443734302733 > < BEA-002942 > < CMM level memory becomes 0. Sleep thread pool to 256. >

    # < October 1, 2015 4:18:22 PM CDT > < Info > < WebLogicServer > < NAP1D692 > <>< Thread-6 > <><><>< 1443734302733 > < BEA-000214 > < WebLogic Server "AdminServer" version:

    WebLogic Server 12.1.3.0.0 Wed May 21 18:53:34 PDT 2014 1604337 Copyright (c) 1995,2014, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. >

    # < October 1, 2015 4:18:23 PM CDT > < Info > < Server > < NAP1D692 > <>< Thread-6 > <><><>< 1443734303264 > < BEA-002622 > < Protocol 't3' is now configured. >

    # < October 1, 2015 4:18:23 PM CDT > < Info > < Server > < NAP1D692 > <>< Thread-6 > <><><>< 1443734303264 > < BEA-002622 > < Protocol "t3s" is now configured. >

    # < October 1, 2015 4:18:23 PM CDT > < Info > < Server > < NAP1D692 > <>< Thread-6 > <><><>< 1443734303264 > < BEA-002622 > < the 'http' Protocol is now configured. >

    # < October 1, 2015 4:18:23 PM CDT > < Info > < Server > < NAP1D692 > <>< Thread-6 > <><><>< 1443734303264 > < BEA-002622 > < the "https" Protocol is now configured. >

    # < October 1, 2015 4:18:23 PM CDT > < Info > < Server > < NAP1D692 > <>< Thread-6 > <><><>< 1443734303264 > < BEA-002622 > < Protocol "iiop" is now configured. >

    # < October 1, 2015 4:18:23 PM CDT > < Info > < Server > < NAP1D692 > <>< Thread-6 > <><><>< 1443734303264 > < BEA-002622 > < Protocol 'iiops' is now configured. >

    # < October 1, 2015 4:18:23 PM CDT > < Info > < Server > < NAP1D692 > <>< Thread-6 > <><><>< 1443734303264 > < BEA-002622 > < "ldap" Protocol is now configured. >

    # < October 1, 2015 4:18:23 PM CDT > < Info > < Server > < NAP1D692 > <>< Thread-6 > <><><>< 1443734303264 > < BEA-002622 > < Protocol "ldaps" is now set up. >

    # < October 1, 2015 4:18:23 PM CDT > < Info > < Server > < NAP1D692 > <>< Thread-6 > <><><>< 1443734303264 > < BEA-002622 > < Protocol "cluster" is now configured. >

    # < October 1, 2015 4:18:23 PM CDT > < Info > < Server > < NAP1D692 > <>< Thread-6 > <><><>< 1443734303264 > < BEA-002622 > < Protocol 'clusters' is now configured. >

    # < October 1, 2015 4:18:23 PM CDT > < Info > < Server > < NAP1D692 > <>< Thread-6 > <><><>< 1443734303264 > < BEA-002622 > < the "SNMP" is now configured. >

    # < October 1, 2015 4:18:23 PM CDT > < Info > < Server > < NAP1D692 > <>< Thread-6 > <><><>< 1443734303264 > < BEA-002622 > < Protocol "admin" is now configured. >

    # < October 1, 2015 4:18:23 PM CDT > < Info > < Server > < NAP1D692 > <>< Thread-6 > <><><>< 1443734303264 > < BEA-002624 > < administration Protocol is "t3s" and is now configured. >

    # < October 1, 2015 4:18:23 PM CDT > < Info > < RJVM > < NAP1D692 > <>< Thread-5 > <><><>< 1443734303264 > < BEA-000570 > < Network Configuration for channel "AdminServer.

    Listening address: 7001

    Address public n/a

    True active http

    Tunneling Enabled false

    Outgoing Enabled false

    Admin traffic enabled true fake license to ResolveDNSName >

    # < October 1, 2015 4:18:23 PM CDT > < Debug > < RJVM > < NAP1D692 > <>< Thread-5 > <><><>< 1443734303264 > < BEA-000571 > < retail network for channel "AdminServer.

    Weight of the channel 50

    Accept the rear 300

    Timeout 5000ms

    Message Max Size 10000000

    Timeout message 60 years

    Timeout of 65

    Tunneling Timeout 40 s

    Tunneling Ping 45 s >

    # < October 1, 2015 4:18:23 PM CDT > < Info > < Server > < NAP1D692 > <>< Thread-5 > <><><>< 1443734303279 > < BEA-002609 > < channel Service initialized. >

    # < October 1, 2015 4:18:23 PM CDT > < opinion > < Log Management > < NAP1D692 > <>< ExecuteThread [pending]: '1' for the queue: "(self-adjusting) weblogic.kernel.Default" > <><><>< 1443734303357 > < BEA-170019 > < C:\oracle\Middleware\Oracle_Home\user_projects\domains\joe12c_domain\servers\AdminServer\logs\AdminServer.log server log file is opened. All events in the log server-side will be written to this file. >

    # < October 1, 2015 4:18:23 PM CDT > < Info > < Log Management > < NAP1D692 > <>< ExecuteThread [pending]: '1' for the queue: "(self-adjusting) weblogic.kernel.Default" > <><><>< 1443734303404 > < BEA-170023 > < logging of the server is initialized with the Java application logging API. >

    # < October 1, 2015 4:18:23 PM CDT > < Info > < IIOP > < NAP1D692 > <>< [STANDBY] ExecuteThread: '2' for the queue: "(self-adjusting) weblogic.kernel.Default" > <><><>< 1443734303404 > < BEA-002014 > < subsystem enabled IIOP. >

    # < October 1, 2015 4:18:23 PM CDT > < Info > < Log Management > < NAP1D692 > < AdminServer > < [pending] ExecuteThread: '1' for the queue: '(self-adjusting) weblogic.kernel.Default' > < < WLS Kernel > > <><>< 1443734303404 > < BEA-170025 > < initialized Logging area. Events in the field log will be written to C:\oracle\Middleware\Oracle_Home\user_projects\domains\joe12c_domain\servers\AdminServer\logs/joe12c_domain.log. >

    # < October 1, 2015 4:18:23 PM CDT > < Info > < Diagnostics > < NAP1D692 > < AdminServer > < [pending] ExecuteThread: '1' for the queue: '(self-adjusting) weblogic.kernel.Default' > < < WLS Kernel > > <><>< 1443734303451 > < BEA-320001 > < ServerDebug The service initialized successfully. >

    # < October 1, 2015 4:18:23 PM CDT > < Info > < Store > < NAP1D692 > < AdminServer > < [pending] ExecuteThread: '1' for the queue: '(self-adjusting) weblogic.kernel.Default' > < < WLS Kernel > > <><>< 1443734303513 > < BEA-280008 > < open the persistent store of file 'WLS_DIAGNOSTICS' for recovery: directory = C:\oracle\Middleware\Oracle_Home\user_projects\domains\joe12c_domain\servers\AdminServer\data\store\diagnostics requestedWritePolicy = "Disabled" fileLockingEnabled = true driver = "wlfileio3." >

    # < October 1, 2015 4:18:23 PM CDT > < Info > < Store > < NAP1D692 > < AdminServer > < [pending] ExecuteThread: '1' for the queue: '(self-adjusting) weblogic.kernel.Default' > < < WLS Kernel > > <><>< 1443734303529 > < BEA-280103 > < storage of persistent files "WLS_DIAGNOSTICS" puts in cache in weblogic.store.io.file.direct.FileMapping [granularity = 65536 io mapped =]. >

    # < October 1, 2015 4:18:23 PM CDT > < Info > < management > < NAP1D692 > < AdminServer > < [pending] ExecuteThread: '2' for the queue: '(self-adjusting) weblogic.kernel.Default' > < < WLS Kernel > > <><>< 1443734303529 > < BEA-141278 > < Java configuration entropy is: property system "java.security.egd = null; File JRE java.security "securerandom.source = file:/dev/urandom" property Blocking of the Config = false; Version of the JDK = 1.7.0_60; Operating system = Windows 7. >

    # < October 1, 2015 4:18:23 PM CDT > < Info > < management > < NAP1D692 > < AdminServer > < [pending] ExecuteThread: '2' for the queue: '(self-adjusting) weblogic.kernel.Default' > < < WLS Kernel > > <><>< 1443734303545 > < BEA-141280 > < configuration detected NON-BLOCKING of entropy of java. This setting you will give the best performance on machines with limited sources of entropy, but is less secure than a blocking entropy configuration. >

    # < October 1, 2015 4:18:23 PM CDT > < Info > < management > < NAP1D692 > < AdminServer > < [pending] ExecuteThread: '2' for the queue: '(self-adjusting) weblogic.kernel.Default' > < < WLS Kernel > > <><>< 1443734303545 > < BEA-141187 > < Java System properties are defined as follows:

    awt. Toolkit = sun.awt.windows.WToolkit

    leader. Encoding = Cp1252

    leader. Encoding.pkg = sun.io

    leader. Separator =.

    Java.awt.graphicsenv = sun.awt.Win32GraphicsEnvironment

    Java.awt.PrinterJob = sun.awt.windows.WPrinterJob

    Java.class.Path = C:\JDK17~1.0_6\lib\tools.jar; C:\oracle\MIDDLE~1\ORACLE~1\wlserver\server\lib\weblogic_sp.jar; C:\oracle\MIDDLE~1\ORACLE~1\wlserver\server\lib\weblogic.jar; C:\oracle\MIDDLE~1\ORACLE~1\oracle_common\modules\net. SF.antcontrib_1.1.0.0_1-0b3\lib\ant-contrib.jar; C:\oracle\MIDDLE~1\ORACLE~1\wlserver\modules\features\oracle.WLS.common.nodemanager_2.0.0.0.jar; C:\oracle\MIDDLE~1\ORACLE~1\oracle_common\modules\com. Oracle.Cie.config - WLS - online_8.1.0.0.jar; C:\oracle\MIDDLE~1\ORACLE~1\wlserver\common\derby\lib\derbyclient.jar; C:\oracle\MIDDLE~1\ORACLE~1\wlserver\common\derby\lib\derby.jar; C:\oracle\MIDDLE~1\ORACLE~1\wlserver\server\lib\xqrl.jar; C:\oracle\MIDDLE~1\ORACLE~1\wlserver\server\lib\weblogic.jar; C:\Progra~2\IBM\RATION~1\CLEARQ~1\cqjni.jar

    Java.class.version = 51.0

    Java.endorsed.dirs = C:\JDK17~1.0_6\jre\lib\endorsed; C:\oracle\MIDDLE~1\ORACLE~1\oracle_common\modules\endorsed

    Java.ext.dirs = C:\JDK17~1.0_6\jre\lib\ext; C:\Windows\Sun\Java\lib\ext

    Java.Home = C:\JDK17~1.0_6\jre

    Java.IO.TMPDIR =

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    Java.naming.Factory.initial = weblogic.jndi.WLInitialContextFactory

    Java.naming.Factory.URL.pkgs = weblogic.jndi.factories:weblogic.corba.j2ee.naming.url:weblogic.jndi.factories:weblogic.corba.j2ee.naming.url

    Java.Runtime.Name = Java (TM) SE Runtime Environment

    Java.Runtime.version = 1.7.0_60 - b19

    Java.Security.Policy = C:\oracle\MIDDLE~1\ORACLE~1\wlserver\server\lib\weblogic.policy

    Java.Specification.Name = Java Platform API Specification

    Java.Specification.Vendor = Oracle Corporation

    Java.Specification.version = 1.7

    Java.Vendor = Oracle Corporation

    Java.vendor.URL = http://Java.Oracle.com/

    Java.vendor.URL.bug = http://bugreport.Sun.com/bugreport/

    Java.version = 1.7.0_60

    Java.VM.info = mixed mode

    Java.VM.Name = VM Server Java hotspot 64-Bit

    Java.VM.Specification.Name = specification of Machine Java virtual

    Java.VM.Specification.Vendor = Oracle Corporation

    Java.VM.Specification.version = 1.7

    Java.VM.Vendor = Oracle Corporation

    Java.VM.version = 24, 60 - b09

    javax. Management.Builder.initial = weblogic.management.jmx.mbeanserver.WLSMBeanServerBuilder

    javax.rmi.CORBA.PortableRemoteObjectClass = weblogic.iiop.PortableRemoteObjectDelegateImpl

    javax.rmi.CORBA.UtilClass = weblogic.iiop.UtilDelegateImpl

    org.omg.CORBA.ORBClass = weblogic.corba.orb.ORB

    org.omg.CORBA.ORBSingletonClass = weblogic.corba.orb.ORB

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    OS. Name = Windows 7

    OS.version = 6.1

    Path.Separator =;

    Sun.Arch.Data.Model = 64

    Sun.Boot.class.Path = C:\oracle\MIDDLE~1\ORACLE~1\oracle_common\modules\endorsed\javax-xml-bind.jar; C:\oracle\MIDDLE~1\ORACLE~1\oracle_common\modules\endorsed\javax-XML-WS.jar; C:\oracle\MIDDLE~1\ORACLE~1\oracle_common\modules\endorsed\jsr250-API.jar; C:\JDK17~1.0_6\jre\lib\resources.jar; C:\JDK17~1.0_6\jre\lib\rt.jar; C:\JDK17~1.0_6\jre\lib\sunrsasign.jar; C:\JDK17~1.0_6\jre\lib\jsse.jar; C:\JDK17~1.0_6\jre\lib\jce.jar; C:\JDK17~1.0_6\jre\lib\charsets.jar; C:\JDK17~1.0_6\jre\lib\jfr.jar; C:\JDK17~1.0_6\jre\classes

    Sun.Boot.Library.Path = C:\JDK17~1.0_6\jre\bin

    Sun.CPU.endian = little

    Sun.CPU.isalist = amd64

    Sun.Desktop = windows

    Sun.IO.Unicode.Encoding = UnicodeLittle

    Sun.java.Command = weblogic. Server

    Sun.java.Launcher = SUN_STANDARD

    Sun.JNU.Encoding = Cp1252

    Sun.Management.Compiler = HotSpot 64 bits compilers Tiered

    Sun.OS.patch.Level = Service Pack 1

    User.country = en

    User.dir = C:\oracle\Middleware\Oracle_Home\user_projects\domains\joe12c_domain

    User.Home =

    User.language = en

    User.Name =

    User.TimeZone =

    VDE. Home = C:\oracle\Middleware\Oracle_Home\user_projects\domains\joe12c_domain\servers\AdminServer\data\ldap

    WebLogic. Name = AdminServer

    WebLogic.Home = C:\oracle\MIDDLE~1\ORACLE~1\wlserver\server

    WLS. Home = C:\oracle\MIDDLE~1\ORACLE~1\wlserver\server

    . >

    # < October 1, 2015 4:18:23 PM CDT > < Info > < Store > < NAP1D692 > < AdminServer > < [pending] ExecuteThread: '1' for the queue: '(self-adjusting) weblogic.kernel.Default' > < < WLS Kernel > > <><>< 1443734303545 > < BEA-280009 > < storing files persistent "WLS_DIAGNOSTICS" (75765a60-c009-403f-a7ed-c6a75a86e1c8) has been opened: blockSize = 512 actualWritePolicy = "Disabled(single-handle-non-direct)" explicitIOEnforced = false files = 25. " >

    # < October 1, 2015 4:18:23 PM CDT > < Info > < XML > < NAP1D692 > < AdminServer > < ExecuteThread [ASSET]: '0' for the queue: '(self-adjusting) weblogic.kernel.Default' > < < WLS Kernel > > <><>< 1443734303592 > < BEA-130036 > < XMLRegistry initialization >

    # < October 1, 2015 4:18:23 PM CDT > < Info > < Socket > < NAP1D692 > < AdminServer > < [pending] ExecuteThread: '2' for the queue: '(self-adjusting) weblogic.kernel.Default' > < < WLS Kernel > > <><>< 1443734303662 > < BEA-000436 > < allocate 4 player son. >

    # < October 1, 2015 4:18:23 PM CDT > < Info > < Socket > < NAP1D692 > < AdminServer > < [pending] ExecuteThread: '2' for the queue: '(self-adjusting) weblogic.kernel.Default' > < < WLS Kernel > > <><>< 1443734303662 > < BEA-000446 > < active native to IO. >

    # < October 1, 2015 4:18:23 PM CDT > < Info > < security > < NAP1D692 > < AdminServer > < ExecuteThread [pending]: '3' for queue: '(self-adjusting) weblogic.kernel.Default' > < < WLS Kernel > > <><>< 1443734303849 > < BEA-000000 > < OpenJPA starting 1.1.1 - SNAPSHOT >

    # < October 1, 2015 4:18:24 PM CDT > < Info > < security > < NAP1D692 > < AdminServer > < ExecuteThread [pending]: '3' for queue: '(self-adjusting) weblogic.kernel.Default' > < < WLS Kernel > > <><>< 1443734304005 > < BEA-000000 > < StoreServiceImpl.initJDO - StoreService is initialized with Id = ldap_PyMqKeZifftJZ2SHXoWLnh4Ldn4 = >

    # < October 1, 2015 4:18:24 PM CDT > < Info > < security > < NAP1D692 > < AdminServer > < ExecuteThread [pending]: '3' for queue: '(self-adjusting) weblogic.kernel.Default' > < < WLS Kernel > > <><>< 1443734304021 > < BEA-090516 > < authenticator provider has already given LDAP. >

    # < October 1, 2015 4:18:24 PM CDT > < Info > < security > < NAP1D692 > < AdminServer > < ExecuteThread [pending]: '3' for queue: '(self-adjusting) weblogic.kernel.Default' > < < WLS Kernel > > <><>< 1443734304114 > < BEA-090516 > < provider authorized person a pre-existing LDAP data. >

    # < October 1, 2015 4:18:24 PM CDT > < Info > < security > < NAP1D692 > < AdminServer > < ExecuteThread [pending]: '3' for queue: '(self-adjusting) weblogic.kernel.Default' > < < WLS Kernel > > <><>< 1443734304301 > < BEA-090516 > < CredentialMapper a pre-existing LDAP provider data. >

    # < October 1, 2015 4:18:24 PM CDT > < Info > < security > < NAP1D692 > < AdminServer > < ExecuteThread [pending]: '3' for queue: '(self-adjusting) weblogic.kernel.Default' > < < WLS Kernel > > <><>< 1443734304317 > < BEA-090516 > < RoleMapper a pre-existing LDAP provider data. >

    # < October 1, 2015 4:18:24 PM CDT > < Info > < security > < NAP1D692 > < AdminServer > < ExecuteThread [pending]: '3' for queue: '(self-adjusting) weblogic.kernel.Default' > < < WLS Kernel > > <><>< 1443734304379 > < BEA-090093 > < no pre - WLS 8.1 Keystore provider is configured for server security realm myrealm AdminServer. >

    # < October 1, 2015 4:18:24 PM CDT > < opinion > < security > < NAP1D692 > < AdminServer > < ExecuteThread [pending]: '3' for queue: '(self-adjusting) weblogic.kernel.Default' > < < WLS Kernel > > <><>< 1443734304379 > < BEA-090082 > < security initialization using security realm myrealm. >

    # < October 1, 2015 4:18:24 PM CDT > < Info > < connector > < NAP1D692 > < AdminServer > < [pending] ExecuteThread: '1' for the queue: '(self-adjusting) weblogic.kernel.Default' > < < WLS Kernel > > <><>< 1443734304457 > < BEA-190000 > < J2EE Connector Service initialization. >

    # < October 1, 2015 4:18:24 PM CDT > < Info > < connector > < NAP1D692 > < AdminServer > < [pending] ExecuteThread: '1' for the queue: '(self-adjusting) weblogic.kernel.Default' > < < WLS Kernel > > <><>< 1443734304457 > < BEA-190001 > < Service connector J2EE initialized successfully. >

    # < October 1, 2015 4:18:24 PM CDT > < Info > < Store > < NAP1D692 > < AdminServer > < ExecuteThread [ASSET]: '0' for the queue: '(self-adjusting) weblogic.kernel.Default' > < < WLS Kernel > > <><>< 1443734304473 > < BEA-280008 > < opening persistent store file '_WLS_AdminServer' for recovery: directory = C:\oracle\Middleware\Oracle_Home\user_projects\domains\joe12c_domain\servers\AdminServer\data\store\default requestedWritePolicy = fileLockingEnabled 'Direct entry' = true driver = "wlfileio3." >

    # < October 1, 2015 4:18:24 PM CDT > < Info > < JMX > < NAP1D692 > < AdminServer > < [pending] ExecuteThread: '2' for the queue: '(self-adjusting) weblogic.kernel.Default' > < < WLS Kernel > > <><>< 1443734304504 > < BEA-149512 > < JMX connector server started service: jmx:iiop://10.29.11.182:7001/jndi/weblogic.management.mbeanservers.runtime. >

    # < October 1, 2015 4:18:24 PM CDT > < Info > < JMS > < NAP1D692 > < AdminServer > < ExecuteThread [pending]: '3' for queue: '(self-adjusting) weblogic.kernel.Default' > < < WLS Kernel > > <><>< 1443734304535 > < BEA-040305 > < JMS service is initialized and standby mode. >

    # < October 1, 2015 4:18:24 PM CDT > < Info > < JMS > < NAP1D692 > < AdminServer > < ExecuteThread [pending]: '3' for queue: '(self-adjusting) weblogic.kernel.Default' > < < WLS Kernel > > <><>< 1443734304567 > < BEA-040090 > < 8 deployed by default connection factories. >

    # < October 1, 2015 4:18:24 PM CDT > < Info > < JMS > < NAP1D692 > < AdminServer > < ExecuteThread [pending]: '3' for queue: '(self-adjusting) weblogic.kernel.Default' > < < WLS Kernel > > <><>< 1443734304567 > < BEA-040407 > < connection factory default 'DefaultXAConnectionFactory2' with 'weblogic.jms.XAConnectionFactory2' JNDI name is started >.

    # < October 1, 2015 4:18:24 PM CDT > < Info > < JMS > < NAP1D692 > < AdminServer > < ExecuteThread [pending]: '3' for queue: '(self-adjusting) weblogic.kernel.Default' > < < WLS Kernel > > <><>< 1443734304567 > < BEA-040407 > < connection factory default 'MessageDrivenBeanConnectionFactory' with 'weblogic.jms.MessageDrivenBeanConnectionFactory' JNDI name is started >.

    # < October 1, 2015 4:18:24 PM CDT > < Info > < JMS > < NAP1D692 > < AdminServer > < ExecuteThread [pending]: '3' for queue: '(self-adjusting) weblogic.kernel.Default' > < < WLS Kernel > > <><>< 1443734304567 > < BEA-040407 > < connection factory default 'DefaultConnectionFactory' with 'weblogic.jms.ConnectionFactory' JNDI name is started >.

    # < October 1, 2015 4:18:24 PM CDT > < Info > < JMS > < NAP1D692 > < AdminServer > < ExecuteThread [pending]: '3' for queue: '(self-adjusting) weblogic.kernel.Default' > < < WLS Kernel > > <><>< 1443734304567 > < BEA-040407 > < connection factory default 'TopicConnectionFactory' with his "javax.jms.TopicConnectionFactory" JNDI name is started >.

    # < October 1, 2015 4:18:24 PM CDT > < Info > < JMS > < NAP1D692 > < AdminServer > < ExecuteThread [pending]: '3' for queue: '(self-adjusting) weblogic.kernel.Default' > < < WLS Kernel > > <><>< 1443734304567 > < BEA-040407 > < connection factory default 'DefaultXAConnectionFactory' with 'weblogic.jms.XAConnectionFactory' JNDI name is started >.

    # < October 1, 2015 4:18:24 PM CDT > < Info > < JMS > < NAP1D692 > < AdminServer > < ExecuteThread [pending]: '3' for queue: '(self-adjusting) weblogic.kernel.Default' > < < WLS Kernel > > <><>< 1443734304567 > < BEA-040407 > < connection factory default 'DefaultXAConnectionFactory0' with 'weblogic.jms.XAConnectionFactory0' JNDI name is started >.

    # < October 1, 2015 4:18:24 PM CDT > < Info > < JMS > < NAP1D692 > < AdminServer > < ExecuteThread [pending]: '3' for queue: '(self-adjusting) weblogic.kernel.Default' > < < WLS Kernel > > <><>< 1443734304567 > < BEA-040407 > < default connection factory is started 'Factory' with his "javax.jms.QueueConnectionFactory" JNDI name >.

    # < October 1, 2015 4:18:24 PM CDT > < Info > < JMS > < NAP1D692 > < AdminServer > < ExecuteThread [pending]: '3' for queue: '(self-adjusting) weblogic.kernel.Default' > < < WLS Kernel > > <><>< 1443734304567 > < BEA-040407 > < connection factory default 'DefaultXAConnectionFactory1' with 'weblogic.jms.XAConnectionFactory1' JNDI name is started >.

    # < October 1, 2015 4:18:24 PM CDT > < Info > < JMS > < NAP1D692 > < AdminServer > < ExecuteThread [pending]: '3' for queue: '(self-adjusting) weblogic.kernel.Default' > < < WLS Kernel > > <><>< 1443734304567 > < BEA-040306 > < JMS service is now active. >

    # < October 1, 2015 4:18:24 PM CDT > < Info > < JMX > < NAP1D692 > < AdminServer > < ExecuteThread [pending]: '3' for queue: '(self-adjusting) weblogic.kernel.Default' > < < WLS Kernel > > <><>< 1443734304629 > < BEA-149512 > < JMX connector server started service: jmx:iiop://10.29.11.182:7001/jndi/weblogic.management.mbeanservers.domainruntime. >

    # < October 1, 2015 4:18:24 PM CDT > < Info > < Store > < NAP1D692 > < AdminServer > < ExecuteThread [ASSETS]: '0' for the queue: '(self-adjusting) weblogic.kernel.Default' > < < WLS Kernel > > <><>< 1443734304676 > < BEA-280009 > < file persistent store "_WLS_AdminServer" (c54c7ab9-2eab-4095-ba3c-5abb38f06231) has been opened: blockSize = 512 actualWritePolicy = "Direct-Write(read-buffered)" explicitIOEnforced = false documents = 21. " >

    # < October 1, 2015 4:18:24 PM CDT > < Info > < JMX > < NAP1D692 > < AdminServer > < ExecuteThread [pending]: '3' for queue: '(self-adjusting) weblogic.kernel.Default' > < < WLS Kernel > > <><>< 1443734304691 > < BEA-149512 > < JMX connector server started service: jmx:iiop://10.29.11.182:7001/jndi/weblogic.management.mbeanservers.edit. >

    # < October 1, 2015 4:18:24 PM CDT > < Info > < JDBC > < NAP1D692 > < AdminServer > < ExecuteThread [ASSET]: '0' for the queue: '(self-adjusting) weblogic.kernel.Default' > < < WLS Kernel > > <><>< 1443734304769 > < BEA-001135 > < init > the JDBC service.

    # < October 1, 2015 4:18:24 PM CDT > < Info > < JDBC > < NAP1D692 > < AdminServer > < ExecuteThread [ASSET]: '0' for the queue: '(self-adjusting) weblogic.kernel.Default' > < < WLS Kernel > > <><>< 1443734304785 > < BEA-001137 > < full initialization >.

    # < October 1, 2015 4:18:24 PM CDT > < Info > < JDBC > < NAP1D692 > < AdminServer > < ExecuteThread [ASSET]: '0' for the queue: '(self-adjusting) weblogic.kernel.Default' > < < WLS Kernel > > <><>< 1443734304785 > < BEA-001138 > < Recovery > JDBC service.

    # < October 1, 2015 4:18:24 PM CDT > < Info > < JDBC > < NAP1D692 > < AdminServer > < ExecuteThread [ASSET]: '0' for the queue: '(self-adjusting) weblogic.kernel.Default' > < < WLS Kernel > > <><>< 1443734304785 > < BEA-001140 > < complete resume >.

    # < October 1, 2015 4:18:24 PM CDT > < Info > < messaging.interception > < NAP1D692 > < AdminServer > < ExecuteThread [ASSET]: '0' for the queue: '(self-adjusting) weblogic.kernel.Default' > < < WLS Kernel > > <><>< 1443734304816 > < BEA-400000 > < initialization message interception service. >

    # < October 1, 2015 4:18:24 PM CDT > < Info > < Server > < NAP1D692 > < AdminServer > < ExecuteThread [pending]: '3' for queue: '(self-adjusting) weblogic.kernel.Default' > < < WLS Kernel > > <><>< 1443734304863 > < BEA-002622 > < Protocol "[https, t3, snmp, cluster-broadcast-secure, ldaps, cluster-broadcast, ldap, http, iiop, admin, t3s '. "[, iiops]" is now set up. >

    # < October 1, 2015 4:18:24 PM CDT > < Info > < HTTP > < NAP1D692 > < AdminServer > < [pending] ExecuteThread: '1' for the queue: '(self-adjusting) weblogic.kernel.Default' > < < WLS Kernel > > <><>< 1443734304863 > < BEA-101128 > < HTTP initialization services. >

    # < October 1, 2015 4:18:24 PM CDT > < Info > < HTTP > < NAP1D692 > < AdminServer > < [pending] ExecuteThread: '1' for the queue: '(self-adjusting) weblogic.kernel.Default' > < < WLS Kernel > > <><>< 1443734304894 > < BEA-101135 > < AdminServer is the default Web server. >

    # < October 1, 2015 4:18:24 PM CDT > < Info > < HTTP > < NAP1D692 > < AdminServer > < [pending] ExecuteThread: '1' for the queue: '(self-adjusting) weblogic.kernel.Default' > < < WLS Kernel > > <><>< 1443734304894 > < BEA-101052 > < [HttpServer (defaultWebserver) name: AdminServer] Initialized >

    # < October 1, 2015 4:18:24 PM CDT > < Info > < HTTP > < NAP1D692 > < AdminServer > < [pending] ExecuteThread: '1' for the queue: '(self-adjusting) weblogic.kernel.Default' > < < WLS Kernel > > <><>< 1443734304894 > < BEA-101129 > < init > the container of the Web application.

    # < October 1, 2015 4:18:24 PM CDT > < Info > < JMX > < NAP1D692 > < AdminServer > < ExecuteThread [ASSET]: '0' for the queue: '(self-adjusting) weblogic.kernel.Default' > < < WLS Kernel > > <><>< 1443734304972 > < BEA-149513 > < JMX Connector Server stopped serving: jmx:iiop://10.29.11.182:7001/jndi/weblogic.management.mbeanservers.edit. >

    # < October 1, 2015 4:18:24 PM CDT > < Info > < JDBC > < NAP1D692 > < AdminServer > < ExecuteThread [ASSET]: '0' for the queue: '(self-adjusting) weblogic.kernel.Default' > < < WLS Kernel > > <><>< 1443734304988 > < BEA-001144 > < Force suspending the JDBC service. >

    # < October 1, 2015 4:18:24 PM CDT > < Info > < JDBC > < NAP1D692 > < AdminServer > < ExecuteThread [ASSET]: '0' for the queue: '(self-adjusting) weblogic.kernel.Default' > < < WLS Kernel > > <><>< 1443734304988 > < BEA-001146 > < Force suspend completed JDBC service >.

    # < October 1, 2015 4:18:24 PM CDT > < Info > < JDBC > < NAP1D692 > < AdminServer > < ExecuteThread [ASSET]: '0' for the queue: '(self-adjusting) weblogic.kernel.Default' > < < WLS Kernel > > <><>< 1443734304988 > < BEA-001147 > < JDBC service stop. >

    # < October 1, 2015 4:18:24 PM CDT > < Info > < JDBC > < NAP1D692 > < AdminServer > < ExecuteThread [ASSET]: '0' for the queue: '(self-adjusting) weblogic.kernel.Default' > < < WLS Kernel > > <><>< 1443734304988 > < BEA-001149 > < stopping the JDBC service performed. >

    # < October 1, 2015 4:18:24 PM CDT > < Info > < JMX > < NAP1D692 > < AdminServer > < ExecuteThread [ASSET]: '0' for the queue: '(self-adjusting) weblogic.kernel.Default' > < < WLS Kernel > > <><>< 1443734304988 > < BEA-149513 > < JMX Connector Server stopped serving: jmx:iiop://10.29.11.182:7001/jndi/weblogic.management.mbeanservers.domainruntime. >

    # < October 1, 2015 4:18:24 PM CDT > < Info > < MessagingBridge > < NAP1D692 > < AdminServer > < ExecuteThread [ASSET]: '0' for the queue: '(self-adjusting) weblogic.kernel.Default' > < < WLS Kernel > > <><>< 1443734304988 > < BEA-200001 > < messaging bridge has shut down successfully. >

    # < October 1, 2015 4:18:24 PM CDT > < Info > < JMS > < NAP1D692 > < AdminServer > < ExecuteThread [ASSET]: '0' for the queue: '(self-adjusting) weblogic.kernel.Default' > < < WLS Kernel > > <><>< 1443734304988 > < BEA-040308 > < service JMS suspends >.

    # < October 1, 2015 4:18:24 PM CDT > < Info > < JMS > < NAP1D692 > < AdminServer > < ExecuteThread [ASSET]: '0' for the queue: '(self-adjusting) weblogic.kernel.Default' > < < WLS Kernel > > <><>< 1443734304988 > < BEA-040107 > < 8 cancelled by default connection factories. >

    # < October 1, 2015 4:18:24 PM CDT > < Info > < JMS > < NAP1D692 > < AdminServer > < ExecuteThread [ASSET]: '0' for the queue: '(self-adjusting) weblogic.kernel.Default' > < < WLS Kernel > > <><>< 1443734304988 > < BEA-040015 > < stop JMS is done >.

    # < October 1, 2015 4:18:24 PM CDT > < Info > < JMX > < NAP1D692 > < AdminServer > < ExecuteThread [ASSET]: '0' for the queue: '(self-adjusting) weblogic.kernel.Default' > < < WLS Kernel > > <><>< 1443734304988 > < BEA-149513 > < JMX Connector Server stopped serving: jmx:iiop://10.29.11.182:7001/jndi/weblogic.management.mbeanservers.runtime. >

    # < October 1, 2015 4:18:24 PM CDT > < critical > < WebLogicServer > < NAP1D692 > < AdminServer > < principal > < < WLS Kernel > > <><>< 1443734304988 > < BEA-000362 > <Server has failed. Reason: at least a migratable target is configured with automatic migration. Before the automatic migration of any type can be used, the MigrationBasis must be defined in the ClusterMBean. If database is chosen, must be set so DataSourceForAutomaticMigration. >

    # < October 1, 2015 4:18:25 PM CDT > < opinion > < WebLogicServer > < NAP1D692 > < AdminServer > < principal > < < WLS Kernel > > <><>< 1443734305003 > < BEA-000365 > < Server state changed to FAILED. >

    # < October 1, 2015 4:18:25 PM CDT > < error > < WebLogicServer > < NAP1D692 > < AdminServer > < principal > < < WLS Kernel > > <><>< 1443734305003 > < BEA-000383 > < is not an essential service. The server shuts itself down. >

    # < October 1, 2015 4:18:25 PM CDT > < opinion > < WebLogicServer > < NAP1D692 > < AdminServer > < principal > < < WLS Kernel > > <><>< 1443734305003 > < BEA-000365 > < Server state has changed to FORCE_SHUTTING_DOWN. >

    # < October 1, 2015 4:18:25 PM CDT > < Info > < WebLogicServer > < NAP1D692 > < AdminServer > < ExecuteThread [ASSET]: '0' for the queue: '(self-adjusting) weblogic.kernel.Default' > < < WLS Kernel > > <><>< 1443734305003 > < BEA-000236 > < stop run > discussions.

    # < October 1, 2015 4:18:25 PM CDT > < Info > < WebLogicServer > < NAP1D692 > < AdminServer > < principal > < < WLS Kernel > > <><>< 1443734305003 > < BEA-000238 > < judgment made. >

    It may sound crazy that I am answering my own post.  As he complains about MigrationBasis.  I tried to go to the config.xml file and changed

    Cluster-0

    unicast

    database

    TO

    Cluster-0

    unicast

    consensus

    And at least I was able to restart Server Admin and go to the Server Admin page. The Cluster-> Configuration-> Migration is always on view from database as the basis for Migration.

    Joe

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