looks to me like your listener is redirecting you to rac1 using a
hostname for rac1 that your pc can't resolve. Make sure the hostnames
used in the cluster can be resolved one way or another (DNS, hosts-file,
.. ) on your pc. You can try to find out where you're redirected to
using a network sniffer.
johan Eriksson wrote:
>I have a problem with our RAC env. which I cant figure out.
>Oracle is 10r2 and the OS is RHEL 3 and we have 2 nodes in the RAC.
>If i from machine 1 connects to rac1, rac2 it works and if I connect to
>rac I am switched between the nodes as expected.
>The same is for machine 2.
>But if I connects from my pc (oracle 10r2 here also) and try to connect
>to rac I alway gets into rac2, but 40% of the times I get the message:
: Connect failed because target host or object does not exist
>which I intertpret as it tries to log me onto rac1 but fails to do so.
>Am I right in my assumption and where to start solve the problem?
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