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via Oracle Community by 332075, 1 year ago
possible causes are: * permissions on files * file contention issues on Windows NT * EMD and dcmctl running concurrently * internal Oracle error After resolving the problem that prevented DCM from updating the configuration files, you may
via Oracle Community by 42261, 1 year ago
possible causes are: * permissions on files * file contention issues on Windows NT * EMD and dcmctl running concurrently * internal Oracle error After resolving the problem that prevented DCM from updating the configuration files, you may use the dcmctl
via Oracle Community by 42261, 1 year ago
possible causes are: * permissions on files * file contention issues on Windows NT * EMD and dcmctl running concurrently * internal Oracle error After resolving the problem that prevented DCM from updating the configuration files, you may
via Oracle Community by s331246, 1 year ago
possible causes are: * permissions on files * file contention issues on Windows NT * EMD and dcmctl running concurrently * internal Oracle error After resolving the problem that prevented DCM from updating the configuration files, you may
via Oracle Community by s331246, 1 year ago
possible causes are: * permissions on files * file contention issues on Windows NT * EMD and dcmctl running concurrently * internal Oracle error After resolving the problem that prevented DCM from updating the configuration files, you may use the dcmctl
via Oracle Community by 60747, 1 year ago
possible causes are: * permissions on files * file contention issues on Windows NT * EMD and dcmctl running concurrently * internal Oracle error After resolving the problem that prevented DCM from updating the configuration files, you may
oracle.ias.sysmgmt.exception.TaskException: The configuration files for this
Oracle9iAS instance are inconsistent with the
configuration stored in the repository. In order to protect the repository,
no further configuration or deployment operations are allowed until the problem with the configuration on the filesystem
is resolved. This condition arises when a prior operation was unsuccessful. Please check the logs located at
ORACLE_HOME/dcm/logs to determine why DCM was unsuccessful in updating
the configuration files on disk. Some possible causes are:
*     permissions on files
*     file contention issues on Windows NT
*     EMD and dcmctl running concurrently
*     internal Oracle error
After resolving the problem that prevented DCM from updating the configuration
files, you may use the dcmctl resyncInstance command to resolve the problem.
Alternatively, you can stop and then restart the active dcmctl or EMD
process and resyncInstance will automatically be performed.	at oracle.ias.sysmgmt.task.TaskMaster.evaluate(Unknown Source)	at oracle.ias.sysmgmt.deployment.j2ee.console.ApplicationDeployment.deployCommon(Unknown Source)	at oracle.ias.sysmgmt.deployment.j2ee.console.ApplicationDeployment.deploy(Unknown Source)	at oracle.ias.sysmgmt.deployment.j2ee.console.EarDeployerImpl.deploy(Unknown Source)	at oracle.j2ee.tools.deploy.Oc4jDeploy.deploy(Unknown Source)	at oracle.j2ee.tools.deploy.Oc4jDeploy.main(Unknown Source)