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Exadata – CELLCLI command Line Utility1 – Part 4

Exadata storage is managed by CELLCLI command line utility. Management process (MS) will communicate with cellcli to maintain the configuration on the system. CELLCLI utility can be launched by user  “celladmin” or “root”. In this article ,we will see how to list the storage objects and how to stop/start the cell services using the CELLCLI utility.At the end of the article, we will see how to use the help command to form the command syntax.

1. Login to Exadata storage cell using celladmin user and start cellcli utility.

[celladmin@uaexacell1 ~]$ id
uid=1000(celladmin) gid=500(celladmin) groups=500(celladmin),502(cellusers)
[celladmin@uaexacell1 ~]$ cellcli
CellCLI: Release 11.2.3.2.1 - Production on Sun Nov 16 16:05:27 GMT+05:30 2014

Copyright (c) 2007, 2012, Oracle.  All rights reserved.
Cell Efficiency Ratio: 1

CellCLI>

Note:CELLCLI is case in-sensitive. So you can use the both upper & lower case.

2. List the cell information. (Exadata storage box)

CellCLI> list cell
         uaexacell1      online

CellCLI> list cell detail
         name:                   uaexacell1
         bbuTempThreshold:       60
         bbuChargeThreshold:     800
         bmcType:                absent
         cellVersion:            OSS_11.2.3.2.1_LINUX.X64_130109
         cpuCount:               1
         diagHistoryDays:        7
         fanCount:               1/1
         fanStatus:              normal
         flashCacheMode:         WriteThrough
         id:                     a3c87541-4d0e-478a-9ec9-8a4bea3eeaac
         interconnectCount:      2
         interconnect1:          eth1
         iormBoost:              0.0
         ipaddress1:             192.168.1.5/24
         kernelVersion:          2.6.39-300.26.1.el5uek
         makeModel:              Fake hardware
         metricHistoryDays:      7
         offloadEfficiency:      1.0
         powerCount:             1/1
         powerStatus:            normal
         releaseVersion:         11.2.3.2.1
         releaseTrackingBug:     14522699
         status:                 online
         temperatureReading:     0.0
         temperatureStatus:      normal
         upTime:                 0 days, 2:24
         cellsrvStatus:          running
         msStatus:               running
         rsStatus:               running

CellCLI>

3. List the available storage devices  on the system.It will  list both harddrives and flash disks.

CellCLI> LIST LUN
         /opt/oracle/cell11.2.3.2.1_LINUX.X64_130109/disks/raw/DISK00    /opt/oracle/cell11.2.3.2.1_LINUX.X64_130109/disks/raw/DISK00    normal
         /opt/oracle/cell11.2.3.2.1_LINUX.X64_130109/disks/raw/DISK01    /opt/oracle/cell11.2.3.2.1_LINUX.X64_130109/disks/raw/DISK01    normal
         /opt/oracle/cell11.2.3.2.1_LINUX.X64_130109/disks/raw/DISK02    /opt/oracle/cell11.2.3.2.1_LINUX.X64_130109/disks/raw/DISK02    normal
         /opt/oracle/cell11.2.3.2.1_LINUX.X64_130109/disks/raw/DISK03    /opt/oracle/cell11.2.3.2.1_LINUX.X64_130109/disks/raw/DISK03    normal
         /opt/oracle/cell11.2.3.2.1_LINUX.X64_130109/disks/raw/DISK04    /opt/oracle/cell11.2.3.2.1_LINUX.X64_130109/disks/raw/DISK04    normal
         /opt/oracle/cell11.2.3.2.1_LINUX.X64_130109/disks/raw/DISK05    /opt/oracle/cell11.2.3.2.1_LINUX.X64_130109/disks/raw/DISK05    normal
         /opt/oracle/cell11.2.3.2.1_LINUX.X64_130109/disks/raw/DISK06    /opt/oracle/cell11.2.3.2.1_LINUX.X64_130109/disks/raw/DISK06    normal
         /opt/oracle/cell11.2.3.2.1_LINUX.X64_130109/disks/raw/DISK07    /opt/oracle/cell11.2.3.2.1_LINUX.X64_130109/disks/raw/DISK07    normal
         /opt/oracle/cell11.2.3.2.1_LINUX.X64_130109/disks/raw/DISK08    /opt/oracle/cell11.2.3.2.1_LINUX.X64_130109/disks/raw/DISK08    normal
         /opt/oracle/cell11.2.3.2.1_LINUX.X64_130109/disks/raw/DISK09    /opt/oracle/cell11.2.3.2.1_LINUX.X64_130109/disks/raw/DISK09    normal
         /opt/oracle/cell11.2.3.2.1_LINUX.X64_130109/disks/raw/DISK10    /opt/oracle/cell11.2.3.2.1_LINUX.X64_130109/disks/raw/DISK10    normal
         /opt/oracle/cell11.2.3.2.1_LINUX.X64_130109/disks/raw/DISK11    /opt/oracle/cell11.2.3.2.1_LINUX.X64_130109/disks/raw/DISK11    normal
         /opt/oracle/cell11.2.3.2.1_LINUX.X64_130109/disks/raw/DISK12    /opt/oracle/cell11.2.3.2.1_LINUX.X64_130109/disks/raw/DISK12    normal
         /opt/oracle/cell11.2.3.2.1_LINUX.X64_130109/disks/raw/DISK13    /opt/oracle/cell11.2.3.2.1_LINUX.X64_130109/disks/raw/DISK13    normal
         /opt/oracle/cell11.2.3.2.1_LINUX.X64_130109/disks/raw/FLASH00   /opt/oracle/cell11.2.3.2.1_LINUX.X64_130109/disks/raw/FLASH00   normal
         /opt/oracle/cell11.2.3.2.1_LINUX.X64_130109/disks/raw/FLASH01   /opt/oracle/cell11.2.3.2.1_LINUX.X64_130109/disks/raw/FLASH01   normal
         /opt/oracle/cell11.2.3.2.1_LINUX.X64_130109/disks/raw/FLASH02   /opt/oracle/cell11.2.3.2.1_LINUX.X64_130109/disks/raw/FLASH02   normal
         /opt/oracle/cell11.2.3.2.1_LINUX.X64_130109/disks/raw/FLASH03   /opt/oracle/cell11.2.3.2.1_LINUX.X64_130109/disks/raw/FLASH03   normal
         /opt/oracle/cell11.2.3.2.1_LINUX.X64_130109/disks/raw/FLASH04   /opt/oracle/cell11.2.3.2.1_LINUX.X64_130109/disks/raw/FLASH04   normal
         /opt/oracle/cell11.2.3.2.1_LINUX.X64_130109/disks/raw/FLASH05   /opt/oracle/cell11.2.3.2.1_LINUX.X64_130109/disks/raw/FLASH05   normal
         /opt/oracle/cell11.2.3.2.1_LINUX.X64_130109/disks/raw/FLASH06   /opt/oracle/cell11.2.3.2.1_LINUX.X64_130109/disks/raw/FLASH06   normal
         /opt/oracle/cell11.2.3.2.1_LINUX.X64_130109/disks/raw/FLASH07   /opt/oracle/cell11.2.3.2.1_LINUX.X64_130109/disks/raw/FLASH07   normal
         /opt/oracle/cell11.2.3.2.1_LINUX.X64_130109/disks/raw/FLASH08   /opt/oracle/cell11.2.3.2.1_LINUX.X64_130109/disks/raw/FLASH08   normal
         /opt/oracle/cell11.2.3.2.1_LINUX.X64_130109/disks/raw/FLASH09   /opt/oracle/cell11.2.3.2.1_LINUX.X64_130109/disks/raw/FLASH09   normal
         /opt/oracle/cell11.2.3.2.1_LINUX.X64_130109/disks/raw/FLASH10   /opt/oracle/cell11.2.3.2.1_LINUX.X64_130109/disks/raw/FLASH10   normal
         /opt/oracle/cell11.2.3.2.1_LINUX.X64_130109/disks/raw/FLASH11   /opt/oracle/cell11.2.3.2.1_LINUX.X64_130109/disks/raw/FLASH11   normal
         /opt/oracle/cell11.2.3.2.1_LINUX.X64_130109/disks/raw/FLASH12   /opt/oracle/cell11.2.3.2.1_LINUX.X64_130109/disks/raw/FLASH12   normal
         /opt/oracle/cell11.2.3.2.1_LINUX.X64_130109/disks/raw/FLASH13   /opt/oracle/cell11.2.3.2.1_LINUX.X64_130109/disks/raw/FLASH13   normal

CellCLI>
My Exdata storage is running on virtual hardware. That’s why you are seeing the storage devices are listing with full path. In real hardware, You will be just seeing the controller number and disks numbers. (Ex: 0_0 0_0 normal). Note: Exadata VM will be used by oracle only for training purposes.

4.  The below command will list only the harddisks attached to the exadata server.

CellCLI> list lun where disktype=harddisk
         /opt/oracle/cell11.2.3.2.1_LINUX.X64_130109/disks/raw/DISK00    /opt/oracle/cell11.2.3.2.1_LINUX.X64_130109/disks/raw/DISK00    normal
         /opt/oracle/cell11.2.3.2.1_LINUX.X64_130109/disks/raw/DISK01    /opt/oracle/cell11.2.3.2.1_LINUX.X64_130109/disks/raw/DISK01    normal
         /opt/oracle/cell11.2.3.2.1_LINUX.X64_130109/disks/raw/DISK02    /opt/oracle/cell11.2.3.2.1_LINUX.X64_130109/disks/raw/DISK02    normal
         /opt/oracle/cell11.2.3.2.1_LINUX.X64_130109/disks/raw/DISK03    /opt/oracle/cell11.2.3.2.1_LINUX.X64_130109/disks/raw/DISK03    normal
         /opt/oracle/cell11.2.3.2.1_LINUX.X64_130109/disks/raw/DISK04    /opt/oracle/cell11.2.3.2.1_LINUX.X64_130109/disks/raw/DISK04    normal
         /opt/oracle/cell11.2.3.2.1_LINUX.X64_130109/disks/raw/DISK05    /opt/oracle/cell11.2.3.2.1_LINUX.X64_130109/disks/raw/DISK05    normal
         /opt/oracle/cell11.2.3.2.1_LINUX.X64_130109/disks/raw/DISK06    /opt/oracle/cell11.2.3.2.1_LINUX.X64_130109/disks/raw/DISK06    normal
         /opt/oracle/cell11.2.3.2.1_LINUX.X64_130109/disks/raw/DISK07    /opt/oracle/cell11.2.3.2.1_LINUX.X64_130109/disks/raw/DISK07    normal
         /opt/oracle/cell11.2.3.2.1_LINUX.X64_130109/disks/raw/DISK08    /opt/oracle/cell11.2.3.2.1_LINUX.X64_130109/disks/raw/DISK08    normal
         /opt/oracle/cell11.2.3.2.1_LINUX.X64_130109/disks/raw/DISK09    /opt/oracle/cell11.2.3.2.1_LINUX.X64_130109/disks/raw/DISK09    normal
         /opt/oracle/cell11.2.3.2.1_LINUX.X64_130109/disks/raw/DISK10    /opt/oracle/cell11.2.3.2.1_LINUX.X64_130109/disks/raw/DISK10    normal
         /opt/oracle/cell11.2.3.2.1_LINUX.X64_130109/disks/raw/DISK11    /opt/oracle/cell11.2.3.2.1_LINUX.X64_130109/disks/raw/DISK11    normal
         /opt/oracle/cell11.2.3.2.1_LINUX.X64_130109/disks/raw/DISK12    /opt/oracle/cell11.2.3.2.1_LINUX.X64_130109/disks/raw/DISK12    normal
         /opt/oracle/cell11.2.3.2.1_LINUX.X64_130109/disks/raw/DISK13    /opt/oracle/cell11.2.3.2.1_LINUX.X64_130109/disks/raw/DISK13    normal

CellCLI>

5.The below command list only the flash devices which are attached to the exadata storage server.

CellCLI> list lun where disktype=flashdisk
         /opt/oracle/cell11.2.3.2.1_LINUX.X64_130109/disks/raw/FLASH00   /opt/oracle/cell11.2.3.2.1_LINUX.X64_130109/disks/raw/FLASH00   normal
         /opt/oracle/cell11.2.3.2.1_LINUX.X64_130109/disks/raw/FLASH01   /opt/oracle/cell11.2.3.2.1_LINUX.X64_130109/disks/raw/FLASH01   normal
         /opt/oracle/cell11.2.3.2.1_LINUX.X64_130109/disks/raw/FLASH02   /opt/oracle/cell11.2.3.2.1_LINUX.X64_130109/disks/raw/FLASH02   normal
         /opt/oracle/cell11.2.3.2.1_LINUX.X64_130109/disks/raw/FLASH03   /opt/oracle/cell11.2.3.2.1_LINUX.X64_130109/disks/raw/FLASH03   normal
         /opt/oracle/cell11.2.3.2.1_LINUX.X64_130109/disks/raw/FLASH04   /opt/oracle/cell11.2.3.2.1_LINUX.X64_130109/disks/raw/FLASH04   normal
         /opt/oracle/cell11.2.3.2.1_LINUX.X64_130109/disks/raw/FLASH05   /opt/oracle/cell11.2.3.2.1_LINUX.X64_130109/disks/raw/FLASH05   normal
         /opt/oracle/cell11.2.3.2.1_LINUX.X64_130109/disks/raw/FLASH06   /opt/oracle/cell11.2.3.2.1_LINUX.X64_130109/disks/raw/FLASH06   normal
         /opt/oracle/cell11.2.3.2.1_LINUX.X64_130109/disks/raw/FLASH07   /opt/oracle/cell11.2.3.2.1_LINUX.X64_130109/disks/raw/FLASH07   normal
         /opt/oracle/cell11.2.3.2.1_LINUX.X64_130109/disks/raw/FLASH08   /opt/oracle/cell11.2.3.2.1_LINUX.X64_130109/disks/raw/FLASH08   normal
         /opt/oracle/cell11.2.3.2.1_LINUX.X64_130109/disks/raw/FLASH09   /opt/oracle/cell11.2.3.2.1_LINUX.X64_130109/disks/raw/FLASH09   normal
         /opt/oracle/cell11.2.3.2.1_LINUX.X64_130109/disks/raw/FLASH10   /opt/oracle/cell11.2.3.2.1_LINUX.X64_130109/disks/raw/FLASH10   normal
         /opt/oracle/cell11.2.3.2.1_LINUX.X64_130109/disks/raw/FLASH11   /opt/oracle/cell11.2.3.2.1_LINUX.X64_130109/disks/raw/FLASH11   normal
         /opt/oracle/cell11.2.3.2.1_LINUX.X64_130109/disks/raw/FLASH12   /opt/oracle/cell11.2.3.2.1_LINUX.X64_130109/disks/raw/FLASH12   normal
         /opt/oracle/cell11.2.3.2.1_LINUX.X64_130109/disks/raw/FLASH13   /opt/oracle/cell11.2.3.2.1_LINUX.X64_130109/disks/raw/FLASH13   normal

CellCLI>

6.List the celldisks

CellCLI> list celldisk
         CD_DISK00_uaexacell1    normal
         CD_DISK01_uaexacell1    normal
         CD_DISK02_uaexacell1    normal
         CD_DISK03_uaexacell1    normal
         CD_DISK04_uaexacell1    normal
         CD_DISK05_uaexacell1    normal
         CD_DISK06_uaexacell1    normal
         CD_DISK07_uaexacell1    normal
         CD_DISK08_uaexacell1    normal
         CD_DISK09_uaexacell1    normal
         CD_DISK10_uaexacell1    normal
         CD_DISK11_uaexacell1    normal
         CD_DISK12_uaexacell1    normal
         CD_DISK13_uaexacell1    normal
         FD_00_uaexacell1        normal
         FD_01_uaexacell1        normal
         FD_02_uaexacell1        normal
         FD_03_uaexacell1        normal
         FD_04_uaexacell1        normal
         FD_05_uaexacell1        normal
         FD_06_uaexacell1        normal
         FD_07_uaexacell1        normal
         FD_08_uaexacell1        normal
         FD_09_uaexacell1        normal
         FD_10_uaexacell1        normal
         FD_11_uaexacell1        normal
         FD_12_uaexacell1        normal
         FD_13_uaexacell1        normal

CellCLI>

7. List grid disks

CellCLI> list griddisk
         DATA01_CD_DISK00_uaexacell1     active
         DATA01_CD_DISK01_uaexacell1     active
         DATA01_CD_DISK02_uaexacell1     active
         DATA01_CD_DISK03_uaexacell1     active
         DATA01_CD_DISK04_uaexacell1     active
         DATA01_CD_DISK05_uaexacell1     active
         DATA01_CD_DISK06_uaexacell1     active
         DATA01_CD_DISK07_uaexacell1     active
         DATA01_CD_DISK08_uaexacell1     active
         DATA01_CD_DISK09_uaexacell1     active
         DATA01_CD_DISK10_uaexacell1     active
         DATA01_CD_DISK11_uaexacell1     active
         DATA01_CD_DISK12_uaexacell1     active
         DATA01_CD_DISK13_uaexacell1     active

CellCLI>

8. List the flash disks which are configured as flashcache.

CellCLI> list flashcache detail
         name:                   uaexacell1_FLASHCACHE
         cellDisk:               FD_05_uaexacell1,FD_02_uaexacell1,FD_04_uaexacell1,FD_03_uaexacell1,FD_01_uaexacell1,FD_12_uaexacell1
         creationTime:           2014-11-16T18:57:54+05:30
         degradedCelldisks:
         effectiveCacheSize:     4.3125G
         id:                     f972c16a-5fcc-4cc7-8083-a06b026f662b
         size:                   4.3125G
         status:                 normal

CellCLI>

9.List the flashcache which are configured as flashlog.

CellCLI> list flashlog detail
         name:                   uaexacell1_FLASHLOG
         cellDisk:               FD_13_uaexacell1
         creationTime:           2014-11-16T16:31:23+05:30
         degradedCelldisks:
         effectiveSize:          512M
         efficiency:             100.0
         id:                     1fbc893b-4ab1-4861-b6cc-0b86bd45376d
         size:                   512M
         status:                 normal
CellCLI>

10.List only the status of the RS,MS and CELLSRV status.

CellCLI> list cell attributes rsStatus, msStatus, cellsrvStatus detail
         rsStatus:               running
         msStatus:               running
         cellsrvStatus:          running

11. To stop the services using CELLCLI,

CellCLI> alter cell shutdown services all

Stopping the RS, CELLSRV, and MS services...
The SHUTDOWN of services was successful.

CellCLI>

12.To start the services using CELLCLI,

CellCLI> alter cell startup services all

Starting the RS, CELLSRV, and MS services...
Getting the state of RS services...  running
Starting CELLSRV services...
The STARTUP of CELLSRV services was successful.
Starting MS services...
The STARTUP of MS services was successful.

CellCLI>

13.To restart the services forcefully using CELLCLI,

CellCLI> alter cell restart services all force

Stopping the RS, CELLSRV, and MS services...
The SHUTDOWN of services was successful.
Starting the RS, CELLSRV, and MS services...
Getting the state of RS services...  running
Starting CELLSRV services...
The STARTUP of CELLSRV services was successful.
Starting MS services...
The STARTUP of MS services was successful.

CellCLI>

The same way you can shutdown the services forcefully by swapping the “restart” command with  “shutdown”

14. How to get the command syntax  help in Exadata CELLCLI ?

Just execute the command “help” to get the list of commands.

CellCLI> help

 HELP [topic]
   Available Topics:
        ALTER
        ALTER ALERTHISTORY
        ALTER CELL
        ALTER CELLDISK
        ALTER FLASHCACHE
        ALTER GRIDDISK
        ALTER IBPORT
        ALTER IORMPLAN
        ALTER LUN
        ALTER PHYSICALDISK
        ALTER QUARANTINE
        ALTER THRESHOLD
        ASSIGN KEY
        CALIBRATE
        CREATE
        CREATE CELL
        CREATE CELLDISK
        CREATE FLASHCACHE
        CREATE FLASHLOG
        CREATE GRIDDISK
        CREATE KEY
        CREATE QUARANTINE
        CREATE THRESHOLD
        DESCRIBE
        DROP
        DROP ALERTHISTORY
        DROP CELL
        DROP CELLDISK
        DROP FLASHCACHE
        DROP FLASHLOG
        DROP GRIDDISK
        DROP QUARANTINE
        DROP THRESHOLD
        EXPORT CELLDISK
        IMPORT CELLDISK
        LIST
        LIST ACTIVEREQUEST
        LIST ALERTDEFINITION
        LIST ALERTHISTORY
        LIST CELL
        LIST CELLDISK
        LIST FLASHCACHE
        LIST FLASHCACHECONTENT
        LIST FLASHLOG
        LIST GRIDDISK
        LIST IBPORT
        LIST IORMPLAN
        LIST KEY
        LIST LUN
        LIST METRICCURRENT
        LIST METRICDEFINITION
        LIST METRICHISTORY
        LIST PHYSICALDISK
        LIST QUARANTINE
        LIST THRESHOLD
        SET
        SPOOL
        START

CellCLI>

15. To get the help for specific topic,use HELP <TOPIC> command.

CellCLI> HELP LIST

  Enter HELP LIST <object_type> for specific help syntax.
    <object_type>:  {ACTIVEREQUEST | ALERTHISTORY | ALERTDEFINITION | CELL
                     | CELLDISK | FLASHCACHE | FLASHLOG | FLASHCACHECONTENT | GRIDDISK
                     | IBPORT | IORMPLAN | KEY | LUN
                     | METRICCURRENT | METRICDEFINITION | METRICHISTORY
                     | PHYSICALDISK | QUARANTINE | THRESHOLD }

CellCLI>

16.To get the help of specific command,use the below syntax,

CellCLI> HELP LIST CELLDISK

  Usage: LIST CELLDISK [ | ] [<attribute_list>] [DETAIL]

  Purpose: Displays specified attributes for cell disks.

  Arguments:
    :  The name of the cell disk to be displayed.
    :  an expression which determines which cell disks should
                be displayed.
    <attribute_list>: The attributes that are to be displayed.
                      ATTRIBUTES {ALL | attr1 [, attr2]... }

  Options:
    [DETAIL]: Formats the display as an attribute on each line, with
              an attribute descriptor preceding each value.

  Examples:
    LIST CELLDISK cd1 DETAIL
    LIST CELLDISK where freespace > 100M

CellCLI>

You can check the exadata storage cell logs using the below command,

CellCLI> list alerthistory
         1_1     2014-11-15T01:17:14+05:30       critical        "File system "/" is 84% full, which is above the 80% threshold. Accelerated space reclamation has started.  This alert will be cleared when file system "/" becomes less than 75% full. Top three directories ordered by total space usage are as follows: /usr        : 2.35G /tmp        : 1.37G /opt        : 593.27M"
         1_2     2014-11-15T01:25:44+05:30       critical        "File system "/" is 84% full, which is above the 80% threshold. Accelerated space reclamation has started.  This alert will be cleared when file system "/" becomes less than 75% full. Top three directories ordered by total space usage are as follows: /usr        : 2.35G /tmp        : 1.37G /opt        : 593.36M"
         1_3     2014-11-15T01:36:51+05:30       critical        "File system "/" is 84% full, which is above the 80% threshold. Accelerated space reclamation has started.  This alert will be cleared when file system "/" becomes less than 75% full. Top three directories ordered by total space usage are as follows: /usr        : 2.35G /tmp        : 1.37G /opt        : 593.38M"
         1_4     2014-11-15T01:44:27+05:30       critical        "File system "/" is 84% full, which is above the 80% threshold. Accelerated space reclamation has started.  This alert will be cleared when file system "/" becomes less than 75% full. Top three directories ordered by total space usage are as follows: /usr        : 2.35G /tmp        : 1.37G /opt        : 593.39M"
         1_5     2014-11-16T15:00:21+05:30       clear           "File system "/" is 62% full, which is below the 75% threshold. Normal space reclamation will resume."
         2       2014-11-16T14:47:28+05:30       critical        "RS-7445 [Serv CELLSRV hang detected] [It will be restarted] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] []"
         3       2014-11-16T15:07:05+05:30       critical        "RS-7445 [Serv MS is absent] [It will be restarted] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] []"
         4       2014-11-16T16:31:51+05:30       critical        "ORA-07445: exception encountered: core dump [_ZN14FlashCacheCore20fcDeleteMemoryForFciEj()+45] [11] [0x000000000] [] [] []"
         5       2014-11-16T16:32:57+05:30       critical        "ORA-07445: exception encountered: core dump [_ZN14FlashCacheCore20fcDeleteMemoryForFciEj()+45] [11] [0x000000000] [] [] []"
         6       2014-11-16T16:34:42+05:30       critical        "ORA-07445: exception encountered: core dump [_ZN14FlashCacheCore20fcDeleteMemoryForFciEj()+45] [11] [0x000000000] [] [] []"
         7       2014-11-16T16:36:15+05:30       critical        "ORA-07445: exception encountered: core dump [_ZN14FlashCacheCore20fcDeleteMemoryForFciEj()+45] [11] [0x000000000] [] [] []"
         8       2014-11-16T16:44:28+05:30       critical        "ORA-07445: exception encountered: core dump [_ZN14FlashCacheCore20fcDeleteMemoryForFciEj()+45] [11] [0x000000000] [] [] []"
         9       2014-11-16T16:49:00+05:30       critical        "ORA-07445: exception encountered: core dump [_ZN14FlashCacheCore20fcDeleteMemoryForFciEj()+45] [11] [0x000000000] [] [] []"
         10      2014-11-16T16:52:32+05:30       critical        "ORA-07445: exception encountered: core dump [_ZN14FlashCacheCore20fcDeleteMemoryForFciEj()+45] [11] [0x000000000] [] [] []"
         11      2014-11-16T16:58:42+05:30       critical        "ORA-07445: exception encountered: core dump [_ZN14FlashCacheCore20fcDeleteMemoryForFciEj()+45] [11] [0x000000000] [] [] []"
         12      2014-11-16T16:59:48+05:30       critical        "RS-7445 [CELLSRV monitor disabled] [Detected a flood of restarts] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] []"
         13      2014-11-16T17:07:04+05:30       critical        "ORA-07445: exception encountered: core dump [_ZN14FlashCacheCore20fcDeleteMemoryForFciEj()+45] [11] [0x000000000] [] [] []"
         14      2014-11-16T18:31:17+05:30       critical        "ORA-07445: exception encountered: core dump [_ZN14FlashCacheCore20fcDeleteMemoryForFciEj()+45] [11] [0x000000000] [] [] []"

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