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    Error in installation of Oracle BRM setup on a Linux Box


    Hi All ,
    I am trying to install an Oracle BRM setup on a Linux Box but during installation
    I am facing a major error , please can anybody help me out in figuring out the cause . Any sort of help
    would be appreciable .......

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    cat ./var/dm_oracle/dm_oracle.pinlog

    E Fri Feb 1 11:46:21 2008 178.65.112.65, dm:908 dm_main.c(44):2641 1:<machine>:<program>:0:0:0:0:0
    DM master dm_die: "bad mutexattr_setpshared of accept token: 38", errno 0



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    Error while running pin_setup script

    PATH variable IS O.K...
    LD_LIBRARY_PATH variable IS O.K...\n
    You are the pin user
    You are in the pin group\n
    Starting setup.\n
    #================================================= ==========
    # Installation started at Fri Feb 1 10:08:25 2008.
    #================================================= ==========
    cm: Generating pin.conf file
    pin.conf is generated under /home/pin/opt/portal/7.3/sys/cm/pin.conf
    pin.conf is generated under /home/pin/opt/portal/7.3/apps/pin_remit/pin.conf
    dm_oracle: Generating pin.conf file
    pin.conf is generated under /home/pin/opt/portal/7.3/setup/scripts/pin.conf
    pin.conf is generated under /home/pin/opt/portal/7.3/sys/dm_oracle/pin.conf
    dm_oracle: Configuring database
    Creating Portal tablespaces ... this may take a few minutes
    Creating main tablespace 'pin00' (already exists)
    Creating index tablespace 'pinx00' (already exists)
    Creating temporary tablespace 'PINTEMP' (already exists)
    Creating 'pin' user
    Granting 'pin' correct permissions
    Altering 'pin' user default tablespace
    Altering 'pin' user temporary tablespace
    Finished creating the Portal tablespaces
    Continuing to Configure the database
    Dropping table from file
    Execute SQL statement from file /home/pin/opt/portal/7.3/sys/dm_oracle/data/drop_snapshots.source
    Execute SQL statement from file /home/pin/opt/portal/7.3/sys/dm_oracle/data/drop_tables.source
    Execute SQL statement from file /home/pin/opt/portal/7.3/sys/dm_oracle/data/create_dd_UTF8.source
    Loading objects from file
    pcmdd: bad connect for 178.65.112.65, errno 111
    Re-reading the pin.conf file "./pin.conf" since it has changed. Previous file mod time was 1201791202, now it is 1201878509
    errno=<PIN_ERR_DM_CONNECT_FAILED:26> location=<Unknown pin location:0> class=<UNKNOWN:0> field num=<0:0,0> recid=<0> reserved=<111>
    pcmdd: bad connect for brm1.iaglab.com, errno 111
    errno=<PIN_ERR_DM_CONNECT_FAILED:26> location=<Unknown pin location:0> class=<UNKNOWN:0> field num=<0:0,0> recid=<0> reserved=<111>
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    Linux lib Version

    glib version :
    bash-3.00$ ls /lib/libc-*
    /lib/libc-2.3.4.so
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    Oracle Version

    Oracle Version :
    SQL*Plus: Release 10.2.0.1.0

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    Hi,

    I'm not expert but can you tell me where you download your package ?
    Is it a x86 64 bits or 32 bits box ?

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    error in pin_setup

    well i'm not completely sure what it is but it may be one of the two of below.
    1. in one session u run pin_setup, will the operation is ongoing, open another unix session, login as oracle user and in sqlplus, just after the tablespace is created execute
    SQL> grant execute on dbms_lock to pin_user;

    2. just before u execute pin_setup, open the file and comment the following lines
    #if [$USER" != "$PINUSER" ]; then
    # echo"Change your username to $PINUSER and restart the script.\n" | tee -a $
    LOG
    # echo "currently, you are $USER.\n" | tee -a $LOG
    # exit 1
    #fi

    # echo "You are the $PINUSER user" | tee -a $LOG

    #if [ "$GROUP" = "" ]; then
    # echo "Your user has to belong to the pin group." |tee -a $LOG
    # echo "Exiting this script.\n" | tee -a $LOG
    # exit 1
    #fi

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