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O/S-Error (OS 1450) Insufficient system resources exist to complete Reqst?

By mo_hdnadeem ·
Hi!

We have Windows 2008 Enterprise Server with Oracle 10g installed on cluster (created in HP SAN Drive) and two nodes are serving the clients. Recently from 3 days we experience two errors ON Node2 (Database Server 2)

The following two Errors are appearing in Event Log conitnously

Event ID 20
Archive process error: ORACLE Instance njmprd2 - Archival Error.

Archive process error: ORA-16014: log 4 sequence# 2530 not archived, no available destinations
ORA-00312: online log 4 thread 2: 'L:\NJMPRD\REDOLOG\REDOT2G2M1.DBF'
ORA-00312: online log 4 thread 2: 'M:\NJMPRD\REDOLOG\REDOT2G2M2.DBF'
ORA-00312: online log 4 thread 2: 'N:\NJMPRD\REDOLOG\REDOT2G2M3.DBF'

We forward the Error to DBA and he raised SR with oracle. Oracle has given following advice:
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"Please contact your System Administrator / Vendor for assistance on the investigation of the :

O/S-Error: (OS 1450) Insufficient system resources exist to complete the requested service.

The RDBMS is just a victim of the underlying OS-errors."

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We checked the System Resources (like HDD space, RAM, pagefile etc..) all these are more than the recommended resources.

Kindly help us to resolve it.

Thanks

MNJ

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I could be completely wrong here

by OH Smeg In reply to O/S-Error (OS 1450) Insuf ...

But I think your problem isn't to do with Low System Resources like you seem to think but to do with a Broken Link to something.

This part of the Error Message is what I really noticed

no available destinations

It sounds to me as if where something is being access or saved has been deleted/lost or whatever and the system is unable to complete the task it has been given as a result.

So what's been changed or what Hardware Failure has occurred here?

Col

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