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CSA 4.6 patch 1 linux problem

Hello All

 

I'm facing following problem:

canot get past authentication to database with csa 4.6 patch 1 on linux.

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HPE CSA
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Provide password for "csadbuser" user

Enter the password:

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Database validation
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Incorrect password

 

I'm dead sure that password is correct ( csa 4.6 is running on it ).

I can connect using sqlplus to db.

However installation will not accept password. What i noticed that same message occurs even when db is down and listener is down so i'm quite sure installer cannot connect to database.

However i don't have proof for that ( nothing in logs).

So if anybody got experience  with this please help.

For example: is there way how to enable debug mode for patch installer?

 

Side note: we got allready support case opened for that so far no result.

Additonaly only console mode can be used.

 

Looking forward for any ideas.

Thank you.

Rado

 

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Cadet 3rd Class
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Hi,

 

You could try to use the silent installation.

You will find a template in  <CSA_installation>/_CSA_4_60_0_installation/silent.properties

In this file you can add your database password and customize some parameters.

 

Then apply .\HPE_CSA_Patch_04.60.0001.bin -i silent -f <custom_silent.properties>.

 

Best Regards,

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