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Help: DataStage 7.5.3 and Oracle RAC 10G

Help: DataStage 7.5.3 and Oracle RAC 10G

Help: DataStage 7.5.3 and Oracle RAC 10G


We have DataStage 7.5.3 installed on an HP/UX machine. Our database was an oracle 9i instance. Last week we bought a new DB server. It's an Oracle RAC with 10G Version.

When we were running some test we found two diferent problems:

1) Our dsx server had oracle client 9.2.2 and then we installed oracle 10.2.4 client. We brought the server down and up after modifying all the config files and when we access something from an OCI we have this error: "ds_loadlibrary: error in dlopen - Dynamic Error" . The 10.2.4 client instalation finished with sucess. After this error we made a rollback to oracle client version 9.2.2 and now we can access OCIs as we did in the past. Anyone with a problem like this?

2) Imagine that You have an PL/SQL procedure that inside collects some data from another oracle instance, via database link, fills some tables on your side and ends, This procedure is called on the "Before SQL" from an OCI. Since we migrate to Oracle 10G RAC these are called, executed but never finishes. They stay waiting for some "end process signal" from Oracle server and stay there for last. Anynone with a problem like this?

I hope You can help me.

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