Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-15069 to ORA-15079

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ORA-15069: ASM file ‘string’ not accessible; timed out waiting for lock
Cause: An attempt was made to access an ASM file, but the file is currently being created, resized, or deleted and therefore cannot be accessed.
Action: No action required, or try again later, after the create or resize has completed.
ORA-15070: maximum number of files string exceeded in diskgroup “string”
Cause: The diskgroup ran out of space.
Action: Delete some existing ASM files or create files in a new diskgroup.
ORA-15071: ASM disk “string” is already being dropped
Cause: An attempt was made to drop a disk from a diskgroup that was already in the process of being dropped from the diskgroup. Alternatively, an attempt was made to forcibly drop a disk from a diskgroup using the FORCE option that was already being forcibly dropped from the diskgroup.
Action: Check the ASM disk name and FORCE option as specified in the command.

ORA-15072: command requires at least string failure groups, discovered only string
Cause: An attempt was made to create either a normal redundancy diskgroup for which fewer than two failure groups were both specified and discovered, or a high redundancy diskgroup for which fewer than three failure groups were both specified and discovered.
Action: Check the that the command does specify the required number of failure groups, and that all of the specified disks are discovered by ASM. A query of the V$ASM_DISK fixed view will show which disks are discovered by ASM.
ORA-15073: diskgroup string is mounted by another ASM instance
Cause: An attempt was made to drop a diskgroup that is still mounted somewhere in the cluster by another instance.
Action: dismount the diskgroup from all nodes except the one performing the drop diskgroup command.
ORA-15074: diskgroup string requires rebalance completion
Cause: An attempt was made to repeatedly add or drop disks from a diskgroup. ASM could not perform the operation given the current state of the diskgroup.
Action: Manually invoke the ALTER DISKGROUP REBALANCE command and allow the rebalance to run to completion. Alternatively, invoke the ALTER DISKGROUP UNDROP DISKS command and allow the rebalance to run to completion. After the rebalance has completed, retry the operation.

ORA-15075: disk(s) are not visible cluster-wide
Cause: An ALTER DISKGROUP ADD DISK command specified a disk that could not be discovered by one or more nodes in a RAC cluster configuration.
Action: Determine which disks are causing the problem from the GV$ASM_DISK fixed view. Check operating system permissions for the device and the storage sub-system configuration on each node in a RAC cluster that cannot identify the disk.
ORA-15076: Emulating I/O errors on the OSM disk
Cause: The disk to which the I/O request was issued is in an error emulation mode.
Action: Bring the disk online for I/Os to get through.
ORA-15077: could not locate ASM instance serving a required diskgroup
Cause: The instance failed to perform the specified operation because it could not locate a required ASM instance.
Action: Start an ASM instance and mount the required diskgroup.
ORA-15078: ASM diskgroup was forcibly dismounted
Cause: The diskgroup to which the I/O request was issued was forcibly dismounted (with the ALTER DISKGROUP DISMOUNT FORCE command) so that it could not be accessed.
Action: Mount the diskgroup to allow access again.
ORA-15079: ASM file is closed
Cause: The file to which the I/O request was issued was closed. This could have been a consequence of the diskgroup being dismounted.
Action: Make sure the diskgroup is mounted and the file is open.

 

Above are list of Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-15069 to ORA-15079 received while performing certain operation against Oracle Database or related products.

What are Oracle Database Error Messages?

Oracle Error Messages may be returned while using products which are part of Oracle Database.  Each Oracle Database Error or Warning Message mentioned above contains the Warning or Error Message Statement, a short explanation of the probable causes of the Error message, and a recommended action.

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