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The variable “lower_case_table_names” in the production is set to “1”, but in my testing db default value is “0”.Finally, I see that default table_names is case sensitive. De-configure nodes except the last one #$GRID_HOME/crs/install/-verbose -deconfig -force 2: Clean up OCR and Voting disk at the last node $GRID_HOME/crs/install/-verbose -deconfig -force -lastnode. Rerun the command at each node I installed oracle XE on redhat 5.5.Log messages in $CRS_HOME/log/yecdb02/crsd/crsd.log: 2012-04-17 .441: [ COMMCRS][1084229952]clsc_connect: (0x1385ffb0) no listener at (ADDRESS=(PROTOCOL=ipc)(KEY=OCSSD_LL_yecdb02_)) 2012-04-17 .441: [ CSSCLNT][2916376800]clsss Init Native: failed to connect to (ADDRESS=(PROTOCOL=ipc)(KEY=OCSSD_LL_yecdb02_)), rc 9 2012-04-17 .442: [ CRSRTI][2916376800] CSS is not ready. REALM_USER’ doesn’t exist Finally, I compare the setting between my testing db and the production database.

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