Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-15251 to ORA-15289
ORA-15251: only restricted mount is allowed in the ASM instance
Cause: The ASM instance was started in restricted mode, and an attempt was made to mount a diskgroup in non-restricted mode.
Action: Start the ASM instance in non-restricted mode and mount the diskgroup again, or mount the diskgroup in restricted mode.
ORA-15281: not all specified disks were brought ONLINE
Cause: Some of the disks specified either experienced I/O errors while being brought ONLINE, or were simultaneously brought OFFLINE or dropped in another session, or were full.
Action: Query V$ASM_DISK or use ASMCMD LSDSK to determine which disks were not brought ONLINE. Inspect any additional error messages and the alert log to determine the exact cause. If some of the disks failed, either fix the cause of the failures or drop the disks. If some of the disks are full, either free space in the disk group or add new disks to the diskgroup.
ORA-15282: ASM disk “string” is not visible cluster-wide
Cause: An ALTER DISKGROUP ONLINE command specified a disk that could not be discovered by one or more nodes in a RAC cluster configuration.
Action: Check operating system permissions for the device and the storage sub-system configuration on each node in the RAC cluster that cannot identify the disk.
ORA-15283: ASM operation requires compatible.rdbms of string or higher
Cause: The ASM operation specified requires a higher disk group attribute value for compatible.rdbms.
Action: Set the disk group attribute compatible.rdbms to or above the requested version.
ORA-15284: ASM terminated ALTER DISKGROUP ONLINE
Cause: None of the disks specified by ALTER DISKGROUP ONLINE could be brought ONLINE.
Action: Inspect additional error messages and the alert log to determine why the specified disks cannot be brought ONLINE.
ORA-15285: disk ‘string’ violates disk group attribute string
Cause: Including the specifed disk would violate a restriction imposed by the specified disk group attribute.
Action: Retry the operation while omitting the offending disk or change the attribute.
ORA-15286: could not set disk group attribute string due to offline disks
Cause: The specified disk group attribute could not be set because the disk group includes offline disks.
Action: Retry the operation after the offline disks in this disk group are dropped or brought online.
ORA-15287: could not set disk group attribute string due to incompatible disks
Cause: The specified disk group attribute could not be set because the disk group includes disks that conflict with the new value.
Action: Retry the operation after dropping the conflicting disks in this disk group.
ORA-15288: disk(s) require disk group attribute string clause
Cause: Some of the disks specified by the command also require the specified disk group attribute to be stated.
Action: Retry the command including an ATTRIBUTE clause for the required disk group attribute. Alternatively, omit the disks that require setting the disk group attribue. See the alert log for additional information on the disks that require setting the disk group attribute.
ORA-15289: ASM disk string cannot be resized beyond string M
Cause: A resize disk command specified a size beyond the maximum allowed for this disk.
Action: Check alert logs from all ASM instances to identify the reason for the size limitation. If there are any 10g database instances using this disk group, shut down those instances and retry the resize operation.
Above are list of Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-15251 to ORA-15289 received while performing certain operation against Oracle Database or related products.
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