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First: I've posted/talked about this mess before, but I just want to put this out there: I inherited the mess you're about to read about. These are NOT my design decisions, nor should they have ever been done in the first place. I have been tasked with cleaning up this mess, and that's why I'm seeking help here and elsewhere.
With that out of the way, let me introduce you to the players in question:
Player 1: OLD Data Warehouse
  • Oracle 10g ( Itanium 32-bit
  • Windows Server 2003 SP2 Enterprise Ed. IA64-bit (Intel Xeon EM64T to be precise)
  • 16 GB RAM - Oracle is configured in AWE to allow extended RAM usage beyond 2 GB per 32-bit thread limit.
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Player 2: NEW Data Warehouse
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  • Windows Server 2008 R2 Enterprise Ed. 64-bit
  • 36 GB RAM
  • 1.2 TB of storage in RAID 5 - one logical volume
  • 2.0 TB of storage in NetApp LUN for Archive Logs
Now that that's out of the way... we have been trying to migrate all data from P1 to P2 for about six months now, and do so in a way that allows to so get it all in one shot. In addition to daily ETL on P1, there are also numerous procedures, packages, reports, etc. that all update or change or compile data in some form or fashion. P1 also servers as the data source for an Oracle Express Server 6.3.4 instance on another machine, and there is an Oracle Analyzer install that compiles a daily financial report for the system that this warehouse serves.
I've considered and attempted several different migration strategies, and have come close - but not quite there on most of them, and so I'm seeking the help of the Reddit community in hopes that someone can offer advice or suggestions. Our current options are down to:
  • Use RMAN to back up the 10g database and restore to 11g.
  • Implement Oracle GoldenGate on the 10g database and replicate to the 11g database.
There are pros and cons to each scenario:
  • RMAN
    • To restore 10g RMAN to 11g requires that a timezone upgrade file from 11g be applied to 10g (How To Restore 10g RMAN Backup to 11g?) - but I'm not clear as to what, if any, negative impacts this will have to any continuing operations on the 10g database until the migration can be completed.
    • The RMAN backup currently fails because it encounters one (1) bad block on one (1) object in the database - an un-used Materialized View. It is my understanding that if I were to drop this object, RMAN should then be able to complete the backup without encountering an error - but I haven't been able to confirm this.
    • Because we are unable to put the database in ARCHIVELOG mode, all RMAN backups have to be taken with the database cold, and the files are written to a share on the network, not locally. Currently the back up for the database (~769 GB) takes approximately eight (8) hours to complete, which severely impacts our daily ETL processes. Oracle will not write archive logs to an NFS location, and our IT group has not been able to find an iSCSI initiator that works correctly with the current OS, so writing to a SAN is currently out and so are hot backups with RMAN.
  • GoldenGate
    • Once configured, initial replication of all data currently in the old data warehouse (P1) will be handled by GG.
    • GG will then replicate all data changes to the new data warehouse as they occur in the old data warehouse, allowing us to keep both warehouses in sync.
    • On the day of migration, the GG replication from the old data warehouse will be discontinued and the new ETL processes on the new data warehouse will be turned up.
    • Implementing GG is not for the faint of heart - I've figured out that much.
    • Not clear if GG requires Archive Logs, or can be set to just use the REDO logs.
    • Not clear if GG Extract can write the required logs and files to a remote file share or if it must be local, and then moved.
    • Because of the difference in version of both Oracle and host OS, I'm not sure if this is even possible.
    • Implementing GG will require changes to our current ETL process - currently most daily tables and dropped and re-created (not my implementation!) and are setup with NOLOGGING - to my knowledge this would prevent GG from capturing those events and replicating them.
So that's where I'm at, and I'm looking for suggestions/advice/commiseration from those of you who might have faced similar scenarios at some point and might have some information to offer.
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[Oracle 11gR2] LRM-00109 & ORA-01078 when using pfile generated from spfile.

TL;DR: Oracle refuses to start with pfile, even when that pfile is generated directly from spfile without any alterations.
OS: Windows Server 2008 R2 64-bit
DB: Oracle 11g 64-bit Enterprise Edition
Yesterday evening we had to restart the host OS in order to finalize the installation of a Windows component. Upon rebooting, I noticed that the while the Oracle Listener had restarted, the DB instance had not - which was unusual, as it was set to automatic and there's only one instance.
So, figuring that something must have interfered with the startup, I went and:
C:\Users\sqldiaries>sqlplus / as sysdba SQL*Plus: Release Production on Wed Oct 16 12:14:29 2013 Copyright (c) 1982, 2010, Oracle. All rights reserved. Connected to an idle instance. SQL> startup ORA-01261: Parameter db_recovery_file_dest destination string cannot be translated ORA-01263: Name given for file destination directory is invalid OSD-04018: Unable to access the specified directory or device. O/S-Error: (OS 2) The system cannot find the file specified. SQL> 
And immediately alarm bells began ringing, because db_recovery_file_dest is configured to point to a SAN mounted as an iSCSI drive on F:. So I hop into Windows Explorer, figuring that I'm going to find the drive missing - it's not, however all is not right. F:\ is now showing a completely different set of files - files that were supposed to be deleted in a format before we began using it for FlashRecovery - instead of the FlashRecovery directory and associated files.
I really start to have heartburn and fire off an email to our Server IT people, who are of course out of the building at this time. This morning I get a reply stating that they think the MBR on that drive got corrupted, and so the drive is now handing the old MBR to the OS and really screwing things up. They're going to have to manually overwrite the MBR and slow format the drive. Thankfully this DB was not in production yet, so the loss of the log files isn't a huge problem, but what happens next is.
Since I can't start the DB in mount mode:
SQL> startup mount ORA-01261: Parameter db_recovery_file_dest destination string cannot be translated ORA-01263: Name given for file destination directory is invalid OSD-04018: Unable to access the specified directory or device. O/S-Error: (OS 2) The system cannot find the file specified. 
I figure that I need to create a pfile from the spfile and change the db_recovery_file_dest parameter and use the pfile to start the DB instance, so:
SQL> create pfile='myinit.ora' from spfile; File created. 
I go and hunt down the pfile that was created, and open it up and think to myself: "self, this looks kind of odd, but...":
atsm.__db_cache_size=7918845952 atsm.__java_pool_size=33554432 atsm.__large_pool_size=67108864 atsm.__oracle_base='E:\app\'#ORACLE_BASE set from environment atsm.__pga_aggregate_target=5905580032 atsm.__sga_target=9563013120 atsm.__shared_io_pool_size=0 atsm.__shared_pool_size=1409286144 atsm.__streams_pool_size=33554432 *.audit_file_dest='E:\app\\admin\ATSM\adump' *.audit_trail='db' *.compatible='' *.control_files='E:\oracle\oradata\ATSM\ATSM\control01.ctl','F:\FlashRecoveryArea\ATSM\control02.ctl' *.db_block_size=8192 *.db_domain='' *.db_name='ATSM' *.db_recovery_file_dest='F:\FlashRecoveryArea' *.db_recovery_file_dest_size=5242880000 *.diagnostic_dest='E:\app\' *.dispatchers='(protocol=TCP)' *.memory_target=15457058816 *.open_cursors=300 *.processes=150 *.remote_login_passwordfile='EXCLUSIVE' *.shared_servers=1 *.undo_tablespace='UNDOTBS1' 
I delete the *.db_recovery_file_dest='F:\FlashRecoveryArea' line and ,'F:\FlashRecoveryArea\ATSM\control02.ctl' from the *.control_files parameter since it also points to the missing path/file, save my file and then do:
SQL> startup pfile='myinit.ora'; LRM-00109: could not open parameter file 'myinit.ora' ORA-01078: failure in processing system parameters SQL> 
And get both LRM-00109 and ORA-01078. So I think maybe - just maybe - I screwed up the edits to the pfile - so I'll just try exporting it, and then using it - if there's nothing wrong with the export, then I should just get the error about being able to find the path, right? Wrong:
SQL> create pfile from spfile; File created. 
I check, and the default file name it used is INITatsm.ORA - in %ORACLE_HOME%\database, so:
SQL> startup pfile='INITatsm.ORA'; LRM-00109: could not open parameter file 'INITatsm.ORA' ORA-01078: failure in processing system parameters SQL> 
Well crap, that didn't work, so let's just be very specific:
SQL> startup pfile='E:\app\\product\11.2.0\dbhome_1\database\INITatsm.ORA'; LRM-00109: could not open parameter file 'E:\app\\product\11.2.0\dbhome_1\database\INITatsm.ORA' ORA-01078: failure in processing system parameters SQL> 
No dice.
So it appears as though Oracle is exporting a pfile from it's spfile that isn't valid.
And that's where I'm at. I did find what I think is the "default" pfile that is created when the database is installed, and I copied it and attempted to use it in the startup pfile= command, but I get the same exact Oracle errors.
Has anyone encountered this before? Do you have any suggestions? We really don't want to have to dump the entire install - which is probably a bit extreme - as the consultant who set it up is no longer with us and we cannot get the funding to hire in another one at this point.
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